Seven superheroes from the comics of old in a comic for charity

Pages 25-28: issue 11

14th Aug 2014, 12:00 AM in Issue 11
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Pages 25-28: issue 11
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shastab24 14th Aug 2014, 12:00 AM edit delete
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Yup, time constraints means I still only have pencils. But I'm nearly up to date, so that's good. Then I'll have the ability to go back and ink.

Koi killing. It's justified to me--invaders come and target him through his friends and family; it would put a rage in anyone. Generally I think of him as averse to killing, but he's not a "no kill" hero. Marksman is less of one, but Koi also thinks pragmatically. In fact, there's more pragmatic approaches to such things in this comic than I might do elsewhere--these are wartime superheroes. TNT makes a conscious effort not to kill, but she might be the only one to try to keep her hands fully clean (how many people were on those boats Wonderson sunk, for instance?)--and it's canonical she killed the creature in issue 1.
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anatman 14th Aug 2014, 9:53 PM edit delete reply
considering the time period and the fact that the crooks are guilty of high treason in time of war, they would have gotten the chair. a quick throatslitting was kinder.