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Old guy, brown hair blue eyes grey beard, gamer (board ,computer, and console,)SF/fantasy/mystery fan. I learned to read by reading comic books when I was five so I love all comics. I'm a miniaturist sculptor, although I rarely sculpt anymore (eyes), and never achieved notice outside a fairly small circle of customers. I currently make my living selling other people's artwork.
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Whatever happened to her uncontrollable eye beams?
I still smell a "This was a tutorial" rat.... Or there's something fishy about it.... Or perhaps a rat with a fishy.....
*Sigh* Summer should have paid better attention at the last several take-your-kid-to-work-day outings. She's making all kinds of rookie mistakes.

Good thing her opponent isn't any better. :)
Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. :)
@Manga Shoggoth: June was evasive about why Mighty couldn't fight well, she didn't seem all that frantic--just...urgent, and then there was the whole kicking-Summer's-butt-out-of-the-window thing that made me think things weren't what they seemed.

We'll know in a few weeks, anyway. :)
Okay, so it's probably legal. Now, I'm supposing that it's a set-up to get Summer to use her powers for good--sort of a higher form of the take-your-offspring-to-work-day that they just went through, and her Dad and Professor Unpleasant are play-acting.

I can't help but notice, though, that June seems to be re-visiting her days as a villain....
Hmmmm. A point of legality: As an unlicensed but underaged superbeing, would it be against the law if she should "accidentally" lose her protective goggles, and burn the legs off that powersuit?
"What was that about a hat?"

"It....made the time...."
I'm thinking "supplement" would be a more accurate term....
...and I learned that bumbling can be fun to watch. ^^

(Actually, I knew that already, but it never hurts to get a refresher.)
Learning new stuff, yes, putting up with fellow students, no....
Since it hasn't exploded yet even after being so roughly handled, perhaps they're fighting over one of the laboratory's bottles.
Look on the bright side, Doc. If she'd bent it UP, you might have lost your nose, instead. :)
Isn't there some regulation about child labor in play here?
Mighty discernment of chemical compounds, not-so-mighty memory of what the target canister looked like....
I see that SOMEONE adheres to the Wile E. Coyote school of villainy. ^^
Welcome, and welcome. :)
Good to see you back, Ed, and nice to meet you Elisa.
@LittleMoons: Nah, that's a friend of his.
February 27th, 2018
Woo. All caught up. Interesting characters, and I like the way you're developing the story.

Keep it up. :)
@MannyKat8x: You'd think they'd have a chart to tell the teams about that stuff. O.o