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Living in this city and promising to not go superheroing is like living in a gingerbread house and promising not to eat anything. It’s a promise with a high probability of being broken.
Ah, yes, that time when you accidentally out your partner to their family, good job Eva.
In her defence though, Alex should have warned her.
At least Eva is already out in the other respect.
Err, I mean Alex.
Superheroing, hmm, not sure if that’s a word.
The glory of English is that ANYTHING can be a word. As long as I understand it, it’s a word.
This evening with family is just getting worse and worse.
Any other surprises??
Is “Luke” a Super villain?
Well, it seems that in Shitropolis two people out of three are either superheroes or villians- Eva and Alexis skew the statistics, but hey! there’s still like 2/3 chances of Luke and Beth being married and committinc crimes!
Previous rolls of the dice do not affect future rolls. There’s an 8 out of 9 chance that at least one member of the couple is a super of some sort.
Alex and Eva don’t really skew the statistics, honestly. There’s almost a 50/50 chance that any two random people will be supers.
Ah, but in a superhero universe, the universe uses loaded dice.
Heh. True enough. When Fate is a super, all bets are off.
Promised Dad, hmm? I smell backstory!
Mom was a superhero?
Mom was a supervillain?
Dad was a supervillain and didn’t want to fight his little girl?
Dad was a construction contractor and didn’t want anyone to think he was “getting the fix in” for post-super brawl rebuilding contracts?
The possibilities are endless!
They are over 9,000!
(sorry, couldn’t resist…)
Yes you could resist – you just didn’t want to.
But resistance is futile, you know. That’s what I’ve heard at least.
Futile? Perhaps. But it tastes good with strawberry jam.
Tastes even better with pineapple.
Dad is a cop?
Ooooh, do I smell super drama!?!?
As opposed to …
Wait. what this problem?
No one, I have to repeteat, no one remember her supername!
“If I am a super hereo, please, say now my hero name!”
Crisis reverted, everyone spend 10 or 30 years to remember her supername :D
Looks like there’s going to be some kicking, and it won’t be the baby doing it.
Does Beth had super hearing or is that a mom’s trait?
Nah, common sense and curiosity I’m guessing.
Or it was Eva’s other super power: the capacity to put her foot in her mouth at least once per strip (or is that another common trait)
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