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Saving the City: Sans-Spandex

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

No one could ever hate Moxie.  She is the best dog.  And it was her birthday!  She got a stuffed owl and half a chicken sammich.

Hi guys! It’s NaNoWriMo, and you know what that means! That’s right, Erika and Laura are crazy people trying to frantically make words all month long! Now, usually we have a contest in the fall and run the winners in November, but we didn’t do that this year. So we’re still going to have comics, but they’ll be simple ones. We’ve been thinking of this arc for a while, so now is an excellent time to use it.

Updates might be a little wonky, but you’re still going to get a page every week, and it should still be on Wednesdays.

11 responses to “Hero Handbook I”

  1. Mischa Avros says:

    What does this one look like when applied to Val and Isauro, I wonder.

    And what about a relationship like Mist and Wolf, where that kind of thing is normal? Do they have some sort of alternative, or do they just have to do without because they can’t get their act together? (Insert pun about the dangers of crying wolf)

  2. David Johnston says:

    I am skeptical of this plan. If I were a villain (and you don’t know that I’m not) a hero’s ex would be nearly as good to use as bait as a current love interest in my assessment.

  3. Aeshdan says:

    I’m highly doubtful that this actually fools any of the villains, especially in a world where this tactic is common enough to get into the handbook. Unless this is one of those unwritten rules, where it’s considered acceptable to target someone who is officially dating the hero’s secret identity, but targeting someone who they have officially broken up with (even if it’s painfully obvious that it’s faked), counts as going out of control and gets both sides to gang up on you.

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