Sidekick Girl

Saving the City: Sans-Spandex

Hope everybody is staying in, and staying safe.  It’s a good time for an archive binge!

I wanted to think of something clever for here, but I just noticed that it's snowing outside and that upsets me.

Bros. The scariest bad guys.

12 responses to “Check Up I”

  1. Kraziekat says:

    Val better be careful, though. Too much lift while flying and she could flash underboob.

  2. J says:

    Val, that is not how you deescalate a conflict. Order them to disperse, jump in, THEN crack a skull.

    Your hero corp. rep will thank you later.

    Totally right about the flying though, and I’m looking forward to seeing where this goes.

  3. T'Renn says:

    In addition to the pure fun, the tactical advantage of being able tom airdrop Val exactly where she is needed in a fight will prove invaluable in combat.

    But yeah, flying is rad.

  4. The passing Critic says:

    I didnt realise dudebros were supervillains.More inportantly since theyre not actually fighting isnt attacking them assault?

    • Mike says:

      Normally fishnet ninjas aren’t supervillains either 😉

    • David Johnston says:

      I see at least one deadly weapon being displayed. Threatening people with a knife is a crime.

      • Twitch says:

        In my state, that’s a felony. (Good way to get shot by the police too.)
        Remember kids – webcomics bend the rules to help visually set the story. So… don’t draw or mention your weapon unless you’re willing to put your life and civil liberty on the line ;D

  5. Livvy says:

    They fight street things all the time. Not every tussle is with a supervillain.

  6. Sidekickgirl says:

    I would posit that dudebros are the most dangerous of villains. Dudebros exist.

  7. Mischa Avros says:

    I guess the only good thing about dudebro supervillans is that when they die, they stay dead. YOLO.

  8. Khlovia says:

    Dudebros are certainly more pervasive and more obnoxious than supervillains. I say fly down upon them boots-first whenever opportunity offers. 😀

    Besides, they want to fight *somebody*. Getting to fight official superheroes will give them much better street cred than fighting one another out of sheer boredom would have–even if (when) they lose.

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