That awkward moment when common sense blows your cover.
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whelp, definitely Supervillain here… I always wondered why I copied my grandfathers evil laugh so perfectly.
Hah! That means the secret identities of us Anti-Heroes are still safe!
Lol Great stuff.
Wow, this strip actually has a working punchline! Bit too much cut&paste in the panels, though
That last panel really punched it in. God, that is wonderfully made.
Expressions in panel three: Priceless! :D
The supposed super hero’s face has that… ‘chiseled’ or ‘sculpted’ look, while the supposed super villain looks like some just got lazy and decided to draw a triangle, which their looks match their roles.
I have the power to… when ever I order soup… I get a salad instead.
They’ve both been in the comic before, in their super alter-egos.
The question is, now they’re suspicious of each other, will “Mr Superhero” (p=416) and “The Guy” (p=428) have a showdown? And will we get to see it?
And will Margot get that Pulitzer for writing up the story?
The mugs are a nice touch.
@RBZ Nice catch. Now I have to wonder if Margot has gotten a divorce from her wife-beater wearing husband since 416.
@RBZ “The Guy”, aka “the Real Rotten Egg”, the Aggravated-Aviator (p=356) might look for one, the question is if “Mr Superhero” isn’t too busy with other hero business (p=543) of late.
And divorced or not, wife-beater would certainly count for a villain name.
It’s everybody’s expression that really sell this one. Well done! :D
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