Just uploading it here, so not much to say. I do what to say just how much I loved the page before this on the party. Was really blown away with how good it was in that one. ^^
This one's good too of course, just wanted to mention how much I liked that last one. Do like the rooster-hero in that third panel. The logo actually does seem like something'd you see in a universe filled with low-level heroes, especially since Atlanta is established to have a ton of them.
Who doesn't enjoy some good old-fashioned goofy expressions? Thanks to Abe, Jake gives us a good few of those in this one.
Like the idea of the private hero thing, which is something that we might be seeing more of. That's an element of Watchmen it didn't quite occur to me to explore, but it was thrown in for this one and I do like the idea.
So, what exactly is Jake freaking out about? Stay tuned to find out!
Here's what Abe had to say -
Did anyone ever read Watchman? One of my favorite original Minute Men was Dollar Bill, a very interesting though short lived character. College athlete hired to protect banks a private security guard in a costume during that height of the masked Vigilante craze. It would have caught on well I guess if he hadn't got his cape caught in a turnstile and shot to death at point blank range but I guess that's what you get when you realize some costume choices are somewhat unrealistic. Kinda the idea behind masks I guess, I mean do they really protect your identity if only covers like 30 percent of your face? Or is it a mutual respect sort of thing, you know you save me and I won't tell anyone what I saw like from that movie STEEL with Shaquille O'Neal, which I think was underestimated but still could have been better.