For those wondering, Alexander Logan wasn't even in consideration for the top 10.
My sources tell me he's not particularly strong at PR and social networking.
Freedoms, like being a hero as long as you are legally allowed to be a hero!
I almost forgot Noah's story had radios, at first I thought this stage was behind the 4th wall.
Contrary to some people's opinion this actually isn't filler.
Because Logan was such a paragon of humanity (or sapient-beings?). 7_7
Where would the great pantless burk fit into the great scale of heroness? How does one measure herocity? Who is no 1? So many questions so little time!
Couple of typos in the first two panels. "Now here to [not two] further discuss" in the first, and "One of Heroland's executives [not exectuvies]" in the second.
yea i didnt realy tink he would go to tv anyways how i wish i could use the logan emote here
I should actually ask at some point to my webguy if that's possible to add. I'd like it.
Where is the great pantless burk on this scale of herocity?
Notice me sempai!
I'm sure he'd be high if he was a qualified hero..
but he's heroing illegally!
the whole hero organisation thing isint as silly as it might look tho. Sure, it can cause problems if someone means well but on the other side you can reach tony stark's viewpoint from civil war where would-be heroes should be registered and held accountable for whatever issues they might raise as they "try" to be helpful.
Kind like when you see super hero level whole city blocks to save a few persons :P
so does this mean we will be seeing some characters at like different angles and stuff?
I keep reading Heroland Holland.
Odd, that is also my policy for roommate's cat-no cleaning up your act, no going into my bedroom >_<