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I retconned Jor-El and Lara into putting baby Kal-El in a helicopter. I made the Justice League fight Flash's Rogues and after there was a flock of magical doves everywhere, and I didn't even summon any magical doves. I had to chop down some trees, so I summoned 'George Washington' and 'axe', and the game basically said, "Correct, PLAYER. Let's go watch some goddamned chopping."
The comic book sequel was also surprisingly fun. A lot of great references in these next four pages, but I've listed the best ones after the cut:
This week I'd like to show you gals and guys a bit of each of my strips series so far.
(so I can finally move on what I call season 2, this year's comics, the current ones in fact)
5 times the shenanigans!
So without further redo, here's some more Heroes! for everyone's tastes and colors!
( Guy makes some poesy, Ollie tries to flee his duties, Squirrel Girl is not amused and yet another adventure of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle! )
Saw this awesome parody, my opinion of course, of the Super Friends answering the question in the title and decided to share it here if anyone is interested. Can be found here, just giving warning that the video contains gruesome violence, superhero-dickery and inappropriate behaviour towards Robin. For legality, below is a scan of the JLA, the league of gods to be exact, being the awesome team they really were.
( No rest for the heroic )
So, here are 2 pages from Rise of Arsenal #3. Behold the gritty realism of its depiction of drug abuse!
( Both cut from double-page spreads. I'll try to fill in the blanks. )
The issue ends with Roy strapped to a table to detox cold turkey, talking with Zombie!Lian, and slowly going totally bugfuck insane in the membrane.
18 pages of a 56 page story.
I have to also warn you that while the art of the Annuals each had specific teams who were used to the books they were on... but the artists who worked on Bloodbath varied, and the art seemed very rushed at times. (Including having a page that I won't post with Martian Manhunter on it that hurts my eyes)
( And you thought the Parasites were bad? )
A Reign of Doomsday tie-in, the basic setup is Sh*&, Meet Fan. Kara and Dick are trapped in the Watchtower with Doomsday and Cyborg Superman, who's turning the satellite into a giant weapon. Kara has apparently gotten hit with synthetic magic energy and is too ill to fight, so Dick gets her to sickbay, which he explains the JLA somehow turned into a "panic room" - it's cut off from all other systems, Cy.Sup can't reach it to manipulate it, and it's shielded from magic energy. Kara's well while she's in there, but only while she's in there. Dick leaves her to fight the Gruesome Twosome by his lonesome, and Kara accidentally triggers a full-body diagnostic scanner, which informs her she's dying. dun dun DUNNNN!
Through comms she passes word on to Dick, who in mid-battle tells her how to initiate sickbay's holographic Dr. Mid-Nite AI. Holo!Pieter confirms she's dying but can find no organic cause. So, Dick suggests one more option - the holographic Dr. Fate AI.
( Your life is in your own hands. )
She does as he prescribes, and rejoins the battle. And then things get exponentially worse, but that's a tale for another post.