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superfangirl1 ([personal profile] superfangirl1) wrote in [community profile] scans_daily2012-04-11 11:06 pm

America's Got Power #1




Seventeen years ago, a crystal magically appeared in San Francisco and every pregnant woman within a five mile radius immediately gave birth to a super powered baby, regardless of the period of her pregnancy.

Reality television has been cranked up to an extreme level, as super powered teenagers participate in a televised battle, which may or may not result in death, to win a coveted membership spot on the only government super team in the world, The Power Generation.


Last year’s season finale resulted in both the final two competitors dying… and a spike in the ratings. Thus, this year, the producers of the show have lifted certain restraints, allowing the young heroes to go all out in combat and they have allowed the robotic enforcers in the ring, Paladins, to also use maximum force against the kids.











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[personal profile] milleniumrex 2012-04-12 09:48 pm (UTC)(link)
Is that Sarah Palin making an appearance? Is she supposed to be the President in this world? Because that would explain a lot. :p
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[personal profile] silverzeo 2012-04-13 12:46 am (UTC)(link)
First she was against Santa Claus and now she is that evil rich lady from the Hunger Games.
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[personal profile] lascoden 2012-04-13 05:13 pm (UTC)(link)
Against Santa Claus? What?
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[personal profile] silverzeo 2012-04-15 12:51 pm (UTC)(link)
Yeah, in the "Jingle Belle and Frankenstein" comic, she was trying to turn people against jolly old Saint Nick to spearhead her popularity, but then Frank and Jingle pull a "Red and Blue Oni" to reveal the wicked evil governess.... I don't get it much either.

I mean, I don't expect Sarah Palin to be exactly "liked" in media, but why make her an such an antagonist in stories like these?