Too late! Poor Brody. I predict this isn’t the last we’ve seen of Major Spoiler!
Old Glory is back! Avid readers might recall his debut in our first storyline. Guess he won’t be needing that Powera hero enhancement for his outer-space date after all! I guess you never should automatically trust an e-mail that comes from Rigeria.
Being a super-heroine is real back-breaking work! Just google “broke back comics” and you’ll see!
Heading out to Boston Comic-Con this weekend, where I’ll have a table at Artist Alley. If you’re going to the show, be sure to stop by! I’ll have comics, prints, art cards and commissions.
For those not going, be sure to like the Hero Business Facebook Fan page, ‘cuz I’ll be posting commissions and sketches throughout the weekend!
Hero Retorts: Quip and Contrast.
And last we saw Uberboy, he suffered a touch of x-ray dismay.
So what’s worse, Heroites? Classic cornball insults or currently overused toss-away punchlines?
It’s the return of Starry Knight, referred to in our very first Hero Business! Starry Knight was later designed by the great Caanan Grall in his very humorous guest strip during “Temp Month,” along with new sidekick, Brightness!
Looks like Starry Knight is experiencing some Rebirthing Pains… again!
Also, do yourself a favor and check out Caanan’s own awesome comic, Max Overacts!
We’re back with a new slew of “Coffee Breaks”!
Is everyone ready for summer comic event season?
In other news, look for some exciting editions to the Hero Business online store on Monday!
Here’s your Hero Business Holiday Bonus comic, just as promised! It’s not easy to create a non-denominational holiday card! I had fun researching this one – and if you can name the origins of all the faux holidays, I tip my Santa hat to you!
Next week, we’re on holiday hiatus, but then return to resume the “Cry, Malefactor” story arc on January 5th!
Happy Holidays Life Day, Heroites! Hope it’s a super one!
I’ve grown to love this fictional SH1 channel in the Hero Business universe, broadcasting all manner of vapid super-hero-related shows. I could probably do a whole storyline around the ridiculous “Superwives of Metro County.”
And thanks to my pal, James Williams, for the extra “Housewives” intel that fueled this comic.