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La terapia para Superheroes, Página 12 (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 otra cuarta pared para romper el autor reunión “rabia contra el autor” tropists.)

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Panel 1 (full-width, thin panel, establishing shot)
Mother and Natasha.
Mother: “Honey, you can't graduate if you don't pass history.”
Natasha: “GED. Awesome AP scores. Perfect SAT. College-level experimental physics internship. Do I even need to graduate?”

Panel 2
Mother's disapproving glare.

Panel 3
Natasha looks down.
(Panel 2 and 3 are diagonally arranged across the page, leading into a big half-page spread below)

Panel 4
Natasha leads a group out to help the homeless.
Nat: “I think we should just end World Hunger.”
Girl 1: “What do you mean, end World Hunger? That's not how that works, Nat.”
Nat: “Creative solutions take new minds. Did you know the world's top billionaires have enough money, combined, to provide food for all the world's hungry? Maybe we could start a letter-writing campaign convincing them to pool their resources into Kiva or some other sustainable development solution—we're the Knights of Compassion, after all.”
Girl 1: “Why can't we just be the Service Club?”
Girl 2: “Let Natasha have her crazy name.”
Girl 1: “We sound like a cult.”
Girl 2: “That's what makes it cool!”
Girl 3 (further back): “Did you see his face when I--”
Girl 4 listens attentively to Girl 3, giggling.