When last we left our hero, Josh Corwood discovered it was his own power, not that of Dr. Noble, that freed him from the clutches of Miss Sinistah. But what are the limits of his powers? Where did they come from? And what's he going to do now that he has them? In Issue Two, Josh begins to explore the world of Capes that just opened up around him, only to be greeted by something he never would have suspected.
Other People's Heroes Issue Two (Evercast #21)
Listen. Look. Hey. What's up.
I watch a lot of TV. Probably entirely too much. And I do like to read about TV. And I'm a big fan of British shows like Blackadder, Extras and Monty Python.
I understand TV works differently over there. Your comedy shows get 6 episode-or-so "series" (which for whatever reason retail for the same price as 22-episode American shows, but whatever.) The difference between a British "series" and an American "season"
I'm a story kinda guy.
I prefer the stories in comics to the art--though of course, with a comic, the art is intrinsically tied to the story (and vice-versa). But it's safe to say that I tend to read comics for the stories more than for the art. (Which is not to disparage the art).
With tv, I don't mind if a show is low-budget, so long as there's a strong story.
And I have no real interest in blu-ray other than for the stupid 'exclusive' extras that seem to
Here’s an announcement I don’t get to make nearly enough — I’ve got a new short story now available for purchase.
Fans of Other People’s Heroes, people who are looking for a deeper insight into the inner workings of Siegel City, this one is for you. Set a few years before the events of the novel, “Inciting Incident” is about the efforts of a man named Ethan Hellig to find a way to give himself powers, hoping to make his own mark on the city’s superhero population. The
My sister, Heather, is having a baby in October. My girlfriend, Erin, instructed me to offer our collective service as a babysitter.
Me: Erin wanted me to let you know we’ll watch the baby so you and Will can go out.
Heather: She’ll be there?
Heather: Because I’m not letting you watch it by yourself.
Me: Gee, thanks.
Heather: Well no offense, but you seem kind of awkward around kids.
Me: I’m a TEACHER!