“Let us prove our superiority by solving your very first crisis more effectively than you did?” Ooh, burn. If that’s not a declaration of war, I don’t know what is.
^ Honestly, if I were some random person watching this I would be more like “Huh, what gives these guys the right to practice vigilante justice? They seem like they might be dangerous and I hope someone stops them. With extreme prejudice if necessary.” But, I’m sure the public as a whole would not uniformly react that way.
But you’re right, it’s obvious that they’re calling AEGIS out in the hopes of getting into a fight with them.
^Yeah, I don’t think this is really aimed at the public. Though I doubt the segment that doesn’t trust AEGIS under Will’s leadership – which, thanks to the North Korea incident, is not a small segment of the population – has much of a problem with giving these new protectors a shot.
Can AEGIS defeat the Hand of Justice, with new members Mr. Crosshatch and The Incredible Raisin Man? Tune in tomorrow to find out!
justvisiting- I’ve still never understood why the North Korea incident would make anything beyong a small section of the public not trust AEGIS under Will, but I guess that we’ve been told It Is So for the purpose of the storyline.
I agree that this move by the Hand is about trying to suck AEGIS in to a conflict in which they will come out looking bad than it is about anything else, though.
Because this is Fansverse, not our own. This is a world were geek is cool, jock is lame, and Animal isn’t a puppet who plays drums. Just go with it.
I’m going to take a wild guess and say the one with the weird face is ‘Bellhop’, the teleport who got Mektek, Wheaties, and Animal out of the complex back at ‘worse then the disease’. Mektek also mentioned, briefly, a guy named ‘Link’ whom we never saw; gonna assume that’s the dorky-looking one doing all the talking.
@Gundi: That’s a good point… Would hope at left half of the normal people out there think that way…
That dude’s got an undue amount of hatching going on. Can’t think it’s coincidence.
It’s Crosshatching Man! Quick, someone get R. Crumb; he’ll know how to handle him.
Honestly, I just want to know what’s up with their spokesperson. What are his powers? But, more importantly, why does he look so… dusty all the time?
Is his skin tone… gray or something?
This is the first time in my long years of reading this comic I wished it was in color so I’d know.
Re-looking at the way he has been drawn since he’s been shown I am going to guess that their spokesperson/leader is some kinda animated bronze statue of a average/joe/youcantrustme guy. He might even have REAL super-charisma.
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