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August 11th, 2019
You'd think an assortment of self-aware descendants of semi-fictional characters would be genre-aware enough to not have secret meetings directly under a vent large enough for a person and a spectre to traverse. But that, of course, would wreck the advancement of the plot.
Somehow, we went from a largely silly adventure with a goofy "villain" to "oh sh*t he's actually done it, the evil madman", and I think the surprise has made it much scarier.
The final chapter? Oh no! Will there be any sequels or spinoffs in the making? Like say, a look at some of our other heroes or villains that we only briefly glimpsed?
Obviously this person is insane, but they raise a good point about the "happy ending" tropes. They sound boring! Give me adventure with no deadlines, no pressure, no end-of-the-world terror, just out to have an adventure!
You'd half expect Susan to fight for the fun of it, at least.
RIP Kenny, you died like a minion: by messing up a simple motion. You will be missed, but not, probably, by Anguish or Amazingman. Well, maybe by Amazingman, he's nice like that.
Ooh, fancy. Wish I'd remembered to check for updates yesterday to get the full effect.
@Koren: Minions probably reproduce like fungus. It would explain a lot.
@comicgirl: Spontaneous combustion, probably.
@sun tzu: Sort of? I mean, Susan seems much more invested in looking cool and dangerous than Anna, who is also a more enthusiastic person overall.
It's the first time he's been saved from near-certain death. Once he's got a little more experience with true villains and "resurrections" he'll angst every time. Like every other superhero!
"Do you hear velociraptors?"
"No, it's just fangirls at 221B."
So what they're saying is, Amazing-man is SO joining them for the battle.
@Sobriquet: To be fair, she's probably still got a little lingering Comedy going on, and a woman tearing off with nearly-adult girl under either arm is a pretty hilarious picture.
Well, not literally in the palm of his hand. They aren't Borrowers.
Why is it I always forget Sherlock was a master of disguise? Always! (Maybe because it's used as a gag in half the screen versions?)
@Hydra, he's a villain from Sherlock Holmes. Kind of THE villain.
But hey, where did Moriarty-kid actually guess their sire? He identified them by name, but not Jekyll and Hyde.
Ten years, whaaat? Man, I can't even believe I've been reading this for more than one or two, and I didn't find it until well after it started....
He can levitate himself, though, so if she didn't follow him down, he would just float back up, unimpressed. By following him over the edge, she forces him to do the heroic thing and save her first.