Welcome to Superskooled! We hope you enjoy this webcomic at least as much as it hurt to create it! In our first strip, Brad finds that super-strength can lead to one’s use of homeowner’s insurance. (Illustrator’s Note) If your eyes are in fact literally burning right now, I apologize for the rotten artwork. We started… Continue reading 01-First Day
Enter Captain Stupendous It turns out that being a klutz is not something one simply outgrows in puberty. Being a superhero can certainly be expensive. (Illustrators Note:) For the Captain’s costume, I took some inspiration from Mr. Incredible. Maybe I should have gone with someone less destructive.
Captain Stupendous is about to find that he has a discipline problem at his school.
Looking Good really is one of the most important choices a super-hero can make. Ok, this one might take a little explaining. Rob Liefeld is a famous/infamous comic book pioneer from the 1990s. He is known for the following: 1) uber-violent characters who grit their teeth like they are constipated, 2) Pouches, 3) outrageous, inaccurate… Continue reading 04-The ’90s Strike Back
They say that the memory is the first thing to go.
In which Brad is given the tools of a modern enlightened intellectual.
Remember that kid in high school that was so cool he made ice look warm? Me neither. I was home-schooled.
I wonder if superheroes get discounts for repeat ER visits? Is there a membership card or something? (Illustrator’s Note) It’s funny how the best looking part of a comic can often be the graphic design; in this case the Onomatopoeia.
If at first you don’t succeed, maybe you should get a new personality.
The greatest horror a superhero can face is someone who actually pays attention to comics. (Illustrator’s Note) This is where the artwork finally started to look good… or at least presentable.