Today’s Comic: “Friend of Steel”

November 7, 2008
Today’s Comic:  “Friend of Steel”

About this comic

I am often fascinated with the idea of what it might have been like for the people living around heroes when they were kids. We just jump straight to adulthood in most of the comic books, but these kids had lives, friends, fun, and probably some bad experiences due to their burgeoning powers. Hence the comic.

9 Responses to Today’s Comic: “Friend of Steel”

  1. Hoodoo says:

    Nice one. I often think about that as well. Shows like Smallville are spawned from ideas like that. Now the real question is how did Ma and Pa Kent handle explosive diarrhea episodes with young Clark. Probably went through a few toilets. Fert.

  2. Bearbutt says:

    Inspired by a certain soccer video. Nice!

  3. Niven says:

    Check out a comic called PS 238 by Aaron Williams. Its about a kid without powers going to school with super kids.

  4. Amy says:

    Long live that! That comic really made me smile. Love to see something like the Justice League in the sandbox playing.

    Awesome. :)

  5. fed says:

    notice in the last two strips you posted, the figures had a circle thingy on their cheek, they dippin or is it for dimension ?

  6. Masterwabbit says:

    Wow, that was worth the laugh. Funny stuff, Scott!

  7. minitotoro says:

    I really like the look of the textured backgrounds you’re doing now. :)

  8. Stranger says:

    What’s with the circle on the guy’s face? Has he been abused?

  9. Dane Bramage says:

    that was one of the great things about the New Mutants spin off from X-Men. dealt with stuff like that. the whole, i’m a teenager and i’m different, psychosis we all go thru.

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