Interleude--Faces Magazine Interview 2 Page 01

31st Dec 2013, 6:01 AM
Interleude--Faces Magazine Interview 2 Page 01
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EssayBee 31st Dec 2013, 6:01 AM
EssayBee
Here's the first page of the interview with Captain Stupendous. The page is personally annotated by Savunn via sticky notes.

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jamoecw 31st Dec 2013, 12:47 PM
what's up with the classified dates? any way good job on making it sound like a real superman type guy. though personally i think age of supers is a better name for the age (there have always been heroes and villains).
EssayBee 31st Dec 2013, 1:14 PM
EssayBee
The "classified" dates are just to keep from dating the comic too much so that folks get a sense of the basic timeline of Fusion's world without directly comparing it to our universe's timeline. The important reference points are that Savunn is 16 years old and that Captain Stupendous debuted a little over 22 years before she became Fusion.

As for "Age of Supers" . . . I see your point, but that title would exclude people like Brooder, the (deceased) Purple Principal (who died back in Issue #4), Dandy-Lion, and other costumed types who don't have superpowers. Although the general public considers all costumed heroes "superheroes"--and thus "supers"--the term "super" in its proper context only refers to those with superhuman powers/abilities. The historians apparently took this distinction under consideration.
man in black 31st Dec 2013, 5:35 PM
man in black
Great page
EssayBee 1st Jan 2014, 5:48 PM
EssayBee
Thanks!
Black Rose 1st Jan 2014, 8:08 AM
Nice move EssayBee,besides superheroes shouldn't be showing their "age" and how would the heroes and villains look fighting each other with canes and walkers?
EssayBee 1st Jan 2014, 5:42 PM
EssayBee
Black Rose--I'd tend to agree with you, but I thought the Doctor looked pretty good with a cane confronting the Daleks in this year's Christmas Special. And Yoda looks pretty good with a cane too. But otherwise . . .