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.)
Dialogue continues from the “you gotta start somewhere” into Natasha putting up signs for her help-the-homeless club. Ironically enough, someone else says that. They're trying to get her to join NHS, and she's very not about point systems. She wants to make an actual difference.
“Just make the signs, Natasha, and donate some toothpaste.”
Natasha: “I don’t have time to buy toothpaste! I want to actually go out and help people!”
Teacher: “These are the NHS sanctioned activities, Nat. You gotta start somewhere.”
Nat — walking away: “I’ll start somewhere. I’ll start my own club.”
Natasha out on the street with four other girls, all different sizes (some skinny, some fat, etc).
Girl 1: “So we’re helping the homeless?”
Girl 2: “We don’t have anything they need.”
Girl 3: “I have five bucks.”
Natasha: “That’s twelve hot dogs, right there. People need food.”
Girl 4: “You’ve gotta start somewhere.”
They’re in the supermarket, buying hot dogs. Natasha is walking on the edge of one of the shelves.
Natasha: “We’ll get bigger, of course. Go to the root of things.”
Girl 1: “What do you mean, the root?”
Natasha: “Well, why are people homeless?”
Girl 2: “Because they’re doing drugs?”
Natasha: “False, but okay, sure. Why is someone doing drugs?”
Panel 5: Still in the supermarket
Girl 3: “Because…they’re dumb?”
Natasha: “Is your older brother dumb?”
Girl 3: “My mom thinks he is.”
Natasha: “Maybe he’s sad, or hopeless, and drugs make him feel better. Maybe the root is whatever’s keeping him from dreaming big.”
Girl 3: “You can’t just ‘solve’ people like that, Natasha.”