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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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@Aeshdan:

Hmm... maybe there is some kind of legal issue with Jane helping to take down a villain, given her own status as a reformed villain?
At least one person finds this funny
Jane seems to find this amusing. And then again Superman seems able to hide his Clark Kent persona with nothing more than a pair of glasses and posture, so who's to say?
Something, something, Dark Side...
Hmm... I wonder why Marion wants to keep "Violet Wanda's" identity secret? I mean, I can understand not wanting to explain what he and Jane were doing because it's embarrassing, but that doesn't explain using an even more embarrassing lie. And Doc and June already know Marion and Jane's civilian identities.
Of course, what's hilarious about this is that - given June's permanent expression - you really can't tell if she is being sarcastic or not.
And she looks laugh hysterically in the last panel
She's really somethin'
There's nothin'-nothin' illicit going on, really. And Jane's disguise seems to be working better than expected. (June has doubts, but she's insane, so who listens to her?)

Will Jane's secret identity hold up under questioning? Click on the TWC button to find out!

Not much going on at home ... working on a new art project, which will hopefully get me drawing more.

April showers bring May allergies.
@Jenny Everywhere:

My guess is that he was dosed with something that temporarily damps his powers for their "playdate", and then Jane injected him with the antidote.
Well...
Dr Unpleasant just looks annoyed. June has the sort of expression you normally associate with "I know what you were doooing", but she normally looks like that.

92 is a good age. When I was a kid my dad always swore bind that he was 99. I got suspicious after a few years... Mind you, he made it to the mid-90's.
Eddurd
March 29th, 2019
Is it over yet?
Just when you think you can relax ... it's just one Unpleasant thing after another. This seems to be a common reaction by Mr. Mighty to Dr. U's appearance.
http://eheroes.smackjeeves.com/comics/1990755/an-unpleasant-good-morning/

Does Dr. Unpleasant know anything about this evening's events? Click on the TWC Vote button for a hint.

It's been a very hectic month, mostly with taking my Dad back and forth to doctors' visits. Hey, I just hope I'm doing that well at age 92.

It's springtime, when a young man's fancy turns to bracketology.
Random thought: Do you think Scary Mary might be related to Psychic Psuzy? We've seen that short-term precognition leaves Psychic Psuzy a bit loopy, so if Scary Mary has a stronger version of that same talent (and possibly didn't get it recognized), it could have left her completely scrambled.
I take it Mr. Mighty is recharged with electricity, say, from a stun gun? It wouldn't also happen to accelerate his healing, would it?
He needs to keep an eye on the job...
Let's see, that's two panels looking at her face, and two panels of "my face ius up here".

Another pint of cement?
@maarvarq: Noted. Just noting.
@FuzzyBoots: The link image is broken on a bunch of other sites too, so presumably the problem is on their end.
@FuzzyBoots: If you click on the broken image icon, it still takes you to the TWC vote page. I'll check with TWC tech support to see if we can fix the image.
Speaking of TWC
The TWC link is showing up as a broken image from my side. The "image link" in the page similarly comes up as the XML file not being defined. You may want to check if you're defining it properly.
I bet that's gonna leave a bruise.

What will happen once "Violet Wanda" loses her new henchman? Click the TWC Vote button for a preview! New month, can we move up in the rankings?

I got my tax refund, now just gotta figure out what to do with it. (Some will go to my son; happy birthday Jon!)
Oh, I think I get it. Mr Mighty had taken something that was damping his powers (either as part of his "playtime" with Jane, or just to get around the Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex issue), and this whole thing was a big shell game to get Jane a chance to dose him with the antidote.
Thanks for the webcomic recommendation. I recently did an Archive Trawl on someone else's, and concluded that the art was unlikely to get any less clumsy or the characters any less irritating, but "Nothing Special" seems to be vastly better right out of the gate.