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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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@Eddurd: yay your back, I have missed you! Hope everything is going well for you
An Update!
And still fresh!

Welcome back!

The new artist's style fits in fine - all characters recognizable.

I am glad I looked. :)
New Artist
Hey Readers! Thanks for checking out Everyday Heroes! I'm Elisa and I'm working with Ed to continue his story. Hope you all enjoy the coming strips!
Ah, welcome back.

They really did prepare for this session, didn't they? This is going to be a real shell game...
When it all lands right in your lab
The question is not *if*, but *when* disaster will strike ...

Greetings to new artist Elisa Price! Elisa, when you see this, please add a comment and introduce yourself to the readers!

You can see more samples of her work at Http://elimiko.com


Hopefully we can get the story back on track. We need to see if the heroes can protect their "secret formula", what schemes the villains will try, and who is Beetrix's friend Walter?

Insert philosophical observation here.
Love it
Hey loving your comic, thanks for writing I appreciate it!
jansealy
July 26th, 2018
Jan
I feel that their relationship could really go somewhere. I mean, one person she can abuse endlessly without fear. It's like a match made in heaven.
Mr. Mighty is actually pretty smart
lol, the tragedy of life
Lol, 2 hits at tax agents, my my someone doesn't have a good opinion of them.Oh well
I love it! Your rhyming skill is epic!
I love this super skilled fighting technique! Step 6 is the clincher
This is pretty interesting, thanks for uploading
Actually, "Dave in Slumberland"
@Pastangum: Carrie's line was from one of the "Dave In Slumberland" Sunday fillers. I checked the archives; it was originally posted Dec. 29, 2002. And I did ask Shaenon's permission before using the line; I think I originally mentioned that, but some comments got lost when WebComicsNation shut down.
If he can do that why does he bother with the car?
No better way to say this than...
... you lil' stinker, Summer. :-)
Farewell, Narbonic
If this sounds familiar, it should. This line (the one spoken by Carrie) was one of Dave's quotes in Narbonic, I don't remember how long before the end. But it's perfectly quoted. I have to assume that Shaenon (original author) gave her thumbs-up to quoting this here, but she's generally good-willed; I can't see her having an issue with it. Probably, if anything, a smile and a thumbs-up for keeping Narbonic 'alive' some time after it lived and died. :-)
Belated welcome-back!
Add in my celebration, or celebratory posts, in whatever context applies. I'm glad to be seeing your updates as well. I also feel guilty for losting track of your TWC votes, but there's little to be done with that. Besides hitting the TWC vote submission again. Which I've done. Just keep enjoying life, Eddurd, that's the important part. Enjoy life and living, and the rest will come to you more-or-less naturally.

Pastangum Felinix
Mr Mighty seems so much smarter in this story. Is it possible he's blocked a few too many wrecking balls over the decades?
Welcome back! I've always found your comic to be a particularly delightful piece of the Internet, and I wish you all the best in keeping it going.