Fusion #8 Page 10

3rd Sep 2013, 7:04 AM in The Origin of Savunn Adams
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Fusion #8 Page 10
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EssayBee 3rd Sep 2013, 7:04 AM edit delete
EssayBee
Here's page 10 of Fusion #8, and things take a more sinister turn. If anyone's wondering why X-Pletive's mask is up over his mouth, it's because he's been trying to resuscitate the guy who got hit. Also, for those who don't remember the significance of the dead man's words, refer to the last 2 pages of Issue #4 and Fusion's showdown with Mass Master in Issue #7 (starting at about page 13).
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Xade 3rd Sep 2013, 8:33 AM edit delete reply
Xade
hey a rating system! I just noticed that. This comic fury place got a 200% cooler. Excellent comic. Having his mask pulled up some makes perfect sense but there's always the one person who didnt know ^_^
Mithras131 3rd Sep 2013, 11:20 AM edit delete reply
I hope Bob is going to explain that dude soon. I mean, I'm sure we all have our suspicions as to what Mr. Hopeless really is, but I'm curious how our hero is going to react, and what Brooder already knows.
EssayBee 3rd Sep 2013, 1:39 PM edit delete reply
EssayBee
You'll indeed find out more about "Mr. Hopeless." As for what Brooder already knows . . . You'll have to wait until next issue (first scene of the next issue, actually).
Phantomskyler 3rd Sep 2013, 3:05 PM edit delete reply
Phantomskyler
Uh oh, I was wondering when this "Hopeless" being was going to pop up again.

I gotta say I applaud your ability to do dark scenes and still have the comic be all-ages. One of the biggest problems with mainstream superhero comics now is the notion that you can't do dark/serious stories without going to gritty, bloody, grimdark levels.
EssayBee 3rd Sep 2013, 3:33 PM edit delete reply
EssayBee
Thanks! It's good to know I'm still managing to walk that line of light-heartedness and darker villainy. I guess I'm trying to approach this on a Disney level. Movies like Lion King, Hunchback of Notre Dame, and even Lilo and Stitch all had some really dark stuff going on in them, even though the movies were, for the most part, pretty light.
JasonDeroga 3rd Sep 2013, 7:02 PM edit delete reply
JasonDeroga
Yeah, I totally agree with you EssayBee. That's in part the reason why I lost interest in mainstream superhero. It's more to make you own, ain't it? =)
EssayBee 5th Sep 2013, 11:05 AM edit delete reply
EssayBee
Yeah, it's a lot of fun. I only wish I could find the time to do more. (There are many other comics I'd love to do--and am slowly developing--but it's a time-consuming process for someone with a full-time job and family life.)
...(RockB) 8th Nov 2017, 4:32 PM edit delete reply
...(RockB)
I just wonder how X-pletive can make a connection to what Brooder might know and didn't tell them. Did Brooder tell them something off-page? He certainly didn't tell such details to She-cat. And they were not around when Grasshopper failed to catch a bus, er, mini-bus.

Fusion could have recognized the behavior but wouldn't have known that Brooder might know more.

So WHAT did I miss, if anything?
EssayBee 10th Nov 2017, 4:45 PM edit delete reply
EssayBee
You didn't miss anything onscreen. However, you can be certain that details of the space shuttle incident at the end of Issue #4 as well as the pedestrians in the middle of the fight with Mass Master last issue got back to Brooder (and will be discussed later).