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Everyday Heroes Redux

Everyday Heroes Redux

by Eddurd
The continuing adventures of Mr. Mighty, a minor-league superhero in Indianapolis. Also appearing are his wife Jane (a retired villainess), daughter Summer (teenager unhappy about developing superpowers), and son Steve (normal boy, just starting to notice girls).

Stories deal with both superhero adventures and domestic problems. Truth! Justice! Lawn care!
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Everyday Heroes Redux

The continuing adventures of Mr. Mighty, a minor-league superhero in Indianapolis. Also appearing are his wife Jane (a retired villainess), daughter Summer (teenager unhappy about developing superpowers), and son Steve (normal boy, just starting to notice girls).

Stories deal with both superhero adventures and domestic problems. Truth! Justice! Lawn care!

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Whatever you sent to TWC isn't posting. I don't mind, it's just that there's something supposed to be there and the fact that it isn't disturbs my sense of esthetics. It's like knowing the Venus de Milo had arms but nobody thought to make a picture and put it in a safe place.
@Delta-v: Whoops. Too late. Already old. Get off my lawn, ya whippersnapper! ;)
Delta-v
August 11th, 2019
@Quarktime: Yeah, you're right. Don't get old. Your memory gets mushy when you get old. ^^

(I shouda looked it up.)
@TheAuldGrump: Yeah, it's good to see you, @Eddurd! Hope things are going acceptably for you!
@Delta-v: You mean Larry Niven. HE wrote "Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex". It was in "All The Myriad Ways".

Talked to David at a convention a couple of years ago. Still waiting for Method for Madness and Time for Treason. I hope he finishes them before he finally sporates.
Delta-v
August 10th, 2019
Heh, Jane was a villainess, and she still has problems approaching the subject of sex (and even after wearing that outfit, too). ^^
Delta-v
August 10th, 2019
@Quarktime: Yep, David Gerrold pretty much nailed it. ^^
Oooooh! It's a "Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex" talk! These are SUCH fun! *makes popcorn*
Good to see you again
@Eddurd: Hey! Long time no see! I was worried about you!
Eddurd
August 7th, 2019
Art Prize
@TheAuldGrump BTW, I have your artwork of Professor Odious ... email me at eagedeon@yahoo.com and let me know where to send it.
Ah, the talk...
It is rare that this strip makes me think of XKCD, but the sheer adolescent horror immediately brought this one to mind...

https://www.xkcd.com/830/

Glad to hear the classes are going well. I wish I had the time for something like that, but I think it may have to wait for retirement.
Eddurd
August 6th, 2019
Ready, set, NOT
Yeah, this is gonna be one uncomfortable conversation. Be prepared to learn some secret info about superhumans (but you have to promise not to tell).

The TWC vote incentive will be up tomorrow. Please vote anyway!

I finally have some time to draw for myself; I've been teaching a comics class at a local gallery for the past 6 weeks. All my drawing time was taken up preparing handouts and making lesson plans. It went very well; so well that the gallery wants to repeat the class next month. On the bright side, I can re-use most of the handouts from the previous class, so I should still be able to keep the story going here.

How's your summer going?
Guest
June 14th, 2019
Belgian waffle + bacon? What is wrong with people these days...
@Opus the Poet: The Auld Grump got it; read the previous comments.
Is this a Family Guy joke? Because I get "Peter Grace is my shepherd" when I translate it.
Fire
Posting on my Fire while the display on my laptop is being repaired... I guess Smack Jeeves doesn't know me on this device...
Evil Has A Name....
Professor Odious, looking villainous. (Probably about something not villainous at all.)
Got it!
@TheAuldGrump: Very good! Let me know what character drawing you want, either comments here or email eagedeon@yahoo.com.
TheAuldGrump
May 22nd, 2019
Oh, for the Love of Pete....
Feed me, for Pete's sake! (I went to parochial school - ever listen to Jesuits talking about football in Latin? :P: )

*EDIT* Useless trivia - the name of the original lion used in the MGM films was Slats. (But he is called Leo for those clips.)

The Auld Grump
Got it! I'll let someone else claim the drawing, since it took me and two friends to figure it out. Very funny, Ed!