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Gee, what a surprise, she’s a super too.
New Super-Duo! Yay!
I am so glad this is still continuing!
So glad this date is still going on!
Two people needing a phone cabin at the same time can be interesting – specially if they have not quite defined mutual attraction issues too. :-)
Did you notice the pose both women assumed in panel two? That must be a common superhero attitude.
So, do they take the time to change into their costumes, or just do the obligatory “two superheroes meet & fight” in their civvies? Meanwhile, some other already-known superhero (e.g. The Banana) tackles the situation that they’re supposed to be responding to.
Payphones are ideal in emergencies, as mobile networks usually get swamped resulting in loss of service. Or, for the more paranoid among us, the mobile networks are ordered by the authorities to deny service in the affected areas to create a news blackout.
@Ragingagnostic: It’s a common normal person attitude too. It’s called shielding you eyes from a very bright light. Granted, the hand is usually flat for maximum sight protection, but that’s not necessarily a given.
Two out of Three residents of Shitropolis are supers.
@Ourorboros Does the “2 out of three are supers” statistic even apply to Buckaress? She doesn’t actually have powers, she just kinda infiltrated the team and stuck around for no real reason. Has she even fought crime before?
Buckaress, has the uniform and superpowers of a stripper with poor hand eye coordination… I hope this other chick can do something more impressive…
Batman’s only power is sociopathy and a big pile of money, but nobody questions his place in the Justice League.
Yes, but Batman still has a big pile of money. He gets them jets, fancy computers, a headquarters and those big comfy chairs to sit in. If Buckaress was rich enough to buy her way in then it would be a different matter.
They have payphones?
I thought those things were hunted to extinction in the nineties.
Nah, some are still around.
@OCD She has the superpower of making anything (including water and toast) spontaneously combust when cooking. I didn’t say it was a useful superpower but there you go.
Most of them aren’t even in working order. Their main purpose is to provide the superhero population a convenient changing spot.
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