I like those odds!
What the?! Are they killing super powered scientists? I’ll sign up for a position as a scientist.
@Jam: Nah those people got killed by the accidents instead of getting powers I’m afraid. :p
BTW WOW clone dinosaur! :D
The scientist said that the other 70% DIDN’T die…..
I’m thinking the bad kind of superpowers. Sometimes people turn into superheroes, sometimes they turn into uncontrollable near mindless freaks and end up on some hero’s rogues gallery. Sometimes a Lab Accident gets you Spider-man. Sometimes you end up with The Green Goblin.
Considering that every hero needs at least a solid dozen personal villains 20/70 actually sounds about right as a ratio.
To be bit pedantic I think the old scientist in the middle panel should be saying any rather than every as then the young scientist’s response would make sense.
If there is a 0.9 independent probability of any scientist developing a superpower in any year then for there to be a 0.2 probability of every scientist developing a superpower during a year you need to multiply the probabilities. Singular Labs would need between 15 (probability 0.21) or 16 (probability 0.19) employees.
Oooh! Nice t-shirt! :D
BOY you sure can’t read between the line now can ya? :D
Sure maybe that 70% just became mutated and got dragged away or something, but if a guy says “They didn’t die.” in THAT manner AND right after that he tells you to sing something that’s TOTALLY not about that would YOU believe him? :)
This is wonderful!! I love this comix, they remember me about the comix that i used to see when i was young.
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What I like here is that the guy with the mustache looks way more like a real-life scientist than any of those lantern-jawed guys that run labs in comics.
Clearly the other 70% decided to become villains… After all, if half the population was actually superheros, it would take some massive brass balls to commit any crime… Or having superpowers of your own…
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