Fusion #9 Page 11

8th Apr 2014, 7:01 AM in Spit and Wind
Fusion #9 Page 11
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EssayBee 8th Apr 2014, 7:01 AM
Here's page 11 of Fusion #9, and it seems Fusion's not the only superhero who's in Darmar illegally. Of course, she does seem to be the only one directly intervening in events.


Black Rose 8th Apr 2014, 7:20 AM
Fusion should tell Steel Iraq-nid that she's not YET a member of the SAS.

Will she blast him back to the Middle East?
Zodo 8th Apr 2014, 7:24 AM
'Asked to convince you to leave' isn't the same as passing along an order to leave. Iraq-nid (awesome name) seems to be a nice enough guy. I don't have a vibe that he's spoiling for a fight.
EssayBee 8th Apr 2014, 8:22 AM
Yeah. For the most part, the various hero organizations all get along, mainly because most superheroes just want to help and could care less about politics/nationalities.
Just_IDD 8th Apr 2014, 8:18 AM
'Nice' gesture buddy now go away unless you plan on helping. You are just wasting Sav's and the refugees' time. It's time I don't think they are likely to have much of.
EssayBee 8th Apr 2014, 8:24 AM
You'll have a better handle on Iraq-Nid next update.
Crinos 8th Apr 2014, 9:12 AM
Steel Iraq-nid?

Wow, that is a pun right there. Kudos.

Still, I always love seeing middle eastern superhumans, I hope we see some more of the Arabian Knights before this is done.
EssayBee 8th Apr 2014, 9:45 AM
If you don't mind a minor spoiler--you'll see more Arabian Knights next issue.
Black Rose 8th Apr 2014, 4:58 PM
As long as it's NOT the Hanna-Barbera version of the Arabian Knights-a segment of the Banana Splits TV show.
EssayBee 8th Apr 2014, 7:50 PM
Ha! Good ol' HB.
KLCtheBookWorm 8th Apr 2014, 10:14 AM
Count me as another one who loves Steel Iraq-Nid name and Bob's snark about it. :D
man in black 8th Apr 2014, 8:00 PM
man in black
nice try in the convincing department
Black Rose 9th Apr 2014, 7:50 AM
What kind of names would EssayBee give for heroic teams in these countries?

United Kingdom
Australia(Sorry but Magellan is already taken!)
South Korea
South America

Imagine how Fusion will react to meeting these heroes!
EssayBee 9th Apr 2014, 10:55 AM
Well, in the interview with Adam Conroy that I'll post after this issue, he'll go over the global regionalization of superheroes a bit, but basically the world was divided up into 6 zones for superhero activity, and each zone has its respective group of "official heroes." The Stupendous Alliance of Superheroes (SAS) is the North American group, The Arabian Knights are the Middle Eastern/African group. The other zones are the Russian/Euro zone, the Asian zone, the Australian/Pacific Island zone, and the South American zone. Individual countries within those zones can also "opt out" of participation (just as Darmar has opted out, thus keeping The Arabian Knights from interfering). There are other restrictions on registered heroes as well, which will be addressed in the Conroy interview as well.
Black Rose 9th Apr 2014, 2:41 PM
So the SAS has Canada and Mexico covered?

And the Arabian Knights has India as well?
EssayBee 9th Apr 2014, 2:54 PM
SAS is all of North America, so, yes, Canada and Mexico. India falls into the Asian zone; Pakistan is part of the the Arabian Knights, however (although Brooder pushed for Pakistan to be in the same group as India).
jamoecw 11th Apr 2014, 3:13 PM
what about kashmir? is it part pakistan, india and china like this world? how would they handle that? shared jurisdiction maybe?
EssayBee 11th Apr 2014, 3:32 PM
Ha ha! Good question. I'll have to ask Savunn. I think "shared jurisdiction" is the most likely answer.
Black Rose 12th Apr 2014, 8:40 PM
Shared jurisdiction,if Savunn was sent to Canada as part of a "hero exchange" program,how would she look in an RCMP uniform?