La terapia para Superheroes, Página 11 (Una precuela al carácter #comics que dispara a su autor. #becominghero)

actualizaciones sábados. Artista Nathan Ssagala.


(Un webcomic informal en el mundo de HERO CONVIRTIÉNDOSE, la novela sobre un personaje de cómic que dispara a su autor, y el lector de cómics que puede tener que detenerse. Gran ficción de superhéroes meta para los fanáticos de Deadpool, Animal Man, El último gran héroe, Más extraño que la ficción, Superboy Prime, Ella Hulk, Cerebrus del Aardvark, Ambush Bug, y otro autor-reunión de cuarta pared rompiendo “rabia contra el autor” tropists.)

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Panel 1
“What do you mean, you don't believe in impossible?” American history class. Teacher's dialogue.
Natasha: “I don't think it's right for someone who doesn't know the future to decide if someone else should live or die. You don't know that baby's going to have a bad life just because he's got Down Syndrome or whatever. Isn't that ablist? Isn't it possible for that person's life to be just as worthwhile as mine?”
Panel 2
Teacher sighs. “You always do this, Natasha. First you're saying Margaret Sanger's a racist, then you're off on this handicapped tangent. Will you just let the rest of us get back to the 1930s history you actually need to know?”
Panel 3
Nat: “That's a good question, actually: why didn't you mention her KKK connections? That doesn't matter to you? Are you also planning on overlooking the Tuskegee syphilis studies, or the 1930s American euthanasia movement?”
Teacher: “We're done. Out. You know where to go.”
Panel 4
Natasha's house, outside. Talking, parent's voices O.S.
“You got sent to the Principal's office again? And then you skipped detention?”
“I had to get to my internship on time. I don't have time for this mediocrity.”