Sidekick Girl

Saving the City: Sans-Spandex

Sometimes crime DOES pay.  That's kind of the problem.

and yet, THAT is the outfit she came up with for her scheme.

11 responses to “Fishnet Follies V”

  1. Sidekickgirl says:

    Everyone can just kind of ignore that extra shadow on the side there. I fixed the file and tried reuploading it three times, and it still puts the old picture there. I’ll fiddle with it later.

  2. Brian says:

    Missing an L is Special in the last panel.

  3. The Wyrm Ouroboros says:

    Oh good god, I just realized – she could be ‘Suzy News’ from GrrlPower.com!! She got a taste of the ‘reporter high life’ with the ARCHON news event, but then never managed to catch another such break. So she turned to a life of crime!! 😀

    • syncline says:

      So I wasn’t the only one thinking it- yeah, there’s a slight resemblance there, similar name and hair. And really, a similar (sardonic) take on the superhero genre in both comics.

      Also, Illumina might have been a little creepy there, but I see a job opening for her.
      She is GOING to be one of the first people at a breaking story anyway, may as well get some cheesecake and color commentary from her while she’s at it and get a paycheck in the deal…

  4. The Wyrm Ouroboros says:

    (Here you go = http://www.grrlpowercomic.com/archives/953. Third panel, left hand side.)

  5. No, that thought doesn’t creep me out in the SLIGHTEST! Jeezus illumina

  6. SolCannibal says:

    Maybe it’s just me but has anyone considered the striperiffic outfit actually served to distract people from actually catching her physiognomy? Sidekick Girl herself caught on due to timing and the bit of fishnet peeking out, not her actual appearance.

  7. Livy says:

    it looks like this comic book universe’s version of Suzi showed up on the third page of the comic, dated may 13, 2007. that predates the grrl comic, doesn’t it? so sidekick girl did it first.

  8. syncline says:

    Does it really matter who’s on first?
    I don’t think the post was ever intended to be a pissing contest about who did what first; I think Wyrm was pointing out that the two comics had a VERY unlikely and interesting congruency that could allow them to share a universe or have an amusing crossover at some future point. Wyrm then went so far as to make a conjecture or perhaps a suggestion of how the two comics could connect the timelines.
    It’s wasn’t an accusation or some sort of snide attack, just an observation and a possible explanation.

  9. Livy says:

    that’s fair

  10. Pedant says:

    What do you put in a breifcase? Well, breifs, of course!

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