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Elastikid

by Elastikid
Joe Thomas was just an average 16-year-old kid with super-stretching powers... until the Superhero Union went on strike and left Cityopolis defenseless from supervillains. Now Joe must become a scab super hero and hesitantly save the day!
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Joe Thomas was just an average 16-year-old kid with super-stretching powers... until the Superhero Union went on strike and left Cityopolis defenseless from supervillains. Now Joe must become a scab super hero and hesitantly save the day!

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Charlotte057
July 23rd, 2014
WOW! That car is amazing, especially for sprite form!!!!
@PurpleChickenPineapple: I don't know if I'll continue it or not, because I am kind of working on other creative endeavors.
Say, I don't mean to be rude or impatient, but when will you continue Elastikid?

Basically, I LOVE THIS COMIC! ^^
@Aximili E I: Lol. Same here. ^^
The horror!
@BlueyKid: It was Sharkboy and Lavagirl.
Hmm.
Haven't seen Elastic Kid in a while.
Hey!
I still use landlines.
WOO!
I'll take twelve!
Pun intended
Looks like Mudslide man's name is MUD!
90'S?!
ONLY 90'S KIDS AND CRIMINOLOGISTS WILL GET THIS
OMG THERE WAS SO MUCH CRIME IN THE 90'S AMIRITE?

Today we learn about some of the Greek gods/superheroes and their protests against austerity.
POLITICAL AD
In addition to his failing to solve the hero health care crisis, Mayor Kendall Oxman spent nearly 2.4 million dollars on a worthless "stretch signal" for summoning a single hero, and he only used it ONE TIME. Even with matching federal funds, that's still over a $1 million expense to Cityopolis.

Send a message to the Mayor's office this November that we don't need this sort of waste. Vote for Anne Simmons for Mayor this November. Vote for our future.

PAID FOR BY THE CAMPAIGN TO ELECT ANNE SIMMONS MAYOR.
Elastikid
July 18th, 2012
Apparently, in a city with hundreds of superheroes, scheduling is enough of a problem to interrupt declarations of excitement.

Sharkboy is a superhero from a critically-panned 2005 movie, "Adventures of Sharkboy and Lava Girl 3D." Betty Bruiser is a name I made up. Both are presumably minors and thus able to fight crime while the union is on strike.

Yeah, this is a short one. The next one will be eight frames and will feature everyone's favorite stretchy superhero making a return: Joe Thomas, Elastikid!
EvilFiend
July 12th, 2012
Ahahaha! That's hilarious!
JimLad
July 12th, 2012
I'd love this, nobody being able to text while I'm talking to them. It'd be great.
Way to go, Irony Man!
Elastikid
July 11th, 2012
IN THIS EPISODE
We finally learn the name of the state that Cityopolis is in! I spent a long time coming up with this name, but the fact that it's Spanish for "desert" and the state is in the American west with four other Spanish-named states (Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Montana) seems to fit.

We once again see everyone's favorite Granny!

We learn that irony is a real superpower after all, and we learn the difference between "ironing" and "irony."

New strip should be coming out next week. I am going to TRY to make this a weekly thing now, I know I have been slipping and I'm sorry for that.

While you wait, try and find the optical illusion that I've hidden somewhere in this comic. Hint: the illusion behaves like a Blivet fork. I'll also answer any questions you might have as usual.
@Sir Sarcasm: I meant words of dialogue. Probably should have elaborated on that.
43 words you lair.