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Saving the City: Sans-Spandex

So we have been wanting to do these shirts for awhile, but it's become obvious that we just can't handle the upfront cost. You see, in order to get a good price per shirt, you typically have to order a boatload of them. So we would have to do some sort of pre-order system to guarantee that enough of the batch would sell to justify the cost. Hence, the kickstarter. Our goal here is to gauge possible interest before we put the legwork into exactly what shirt(s) we would be getting from what company, and how we would structure the kickstarter and its rewards.

There's a thread set up in the forum with a titch more information and a place to ask questions, if you have any. You can select all answers that apply.

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The dripping blood kind of takes away from the dramatic pose there, mr jaw brokey man

Ooo, now she’s being SASSY.

10 responses to “Interim XXVIII”

  1. Well, at least he shut up finally. But I see now he has a few more tricks up his sleeve besides “deep freezing” people.

  2. Jordan says:

    Val, NOW might be a good time to stop playing around and knock him the fuck out. As therapeutic as it might be to beat the crap out of him, he’s way too dangerous to play around with.

    • Ragingagnostic says:

      I agree. I guess we can stop expecting any of her colleagues to leap out of hiding holding a camera. This guy needs to be put on ice.

  3. Zodo says:

    I’m not sure I get what’s happening in the last 3 panels. I get that Val is getting blasted back, but what is imparting that force?

  4. skythorn says:

    I think Val is jumping back then jumping up as the sheet of ice gets frozen over the ground – I think it’s an angry ‘shock and awe’ approach that probably is not as smart as just doing a big old wall of icey freeze.

  5. Black Rose says:

    Should Val start making plans to find a new career???

    • Coriolis says:

      Why is her career in danger? This is the very situation the Agency expected, and prepared her for.

      • Black Rose says:

        Suppose Shiver had a plan of his own and Val gets charged with insubordination???
        Unless the Hero Agency doesn’t use that charge?!?!

      • JasonAW3 says:

        Val’s pretty much just defending herself from a “hero” gone rogue. The Agency is aware of the issues he’s caused in the past, so what he’s doing now is simply digging the hole deeper and deeper.

  6. Black Rose says:

    About that graffiti,shouldn’t there be SOME allusions to the Watchmen,whereas the graffiti says “WHO WATCHES THE WATCHMEN”!?!?

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