Written and Illustrated by Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias
Page Count: 24
In this issue, we interview the living Greek goddess herself - Olympia. Her unrivaled power has saved the world from an asteroid, her attitude towards sex which is enlightening to say the least and her reminiscing about sending politicians to Hades. In a secret warehouse meeting, the “Invisible Hand” gathers the nation’s most degenerate supervillains. Their goal? To fight the global crime syndicate of bankers and politicians who usurped the role of the supervillains. The rumble in the jungle has begun! Sir Shroud takes on three members of The Ego’s criminal organization, including Tiny Tim, a mobster of mega proportions. They’re ripping off the office tower of the world’s richest man when Spinlar (the superhero who’s part fly, part spider) stumbles in. Let the mayhem ensue! But will the thieves face a worse fate when their Godfather finds out they took on a job without his permission? Not a wise (guy) idea. No issue is complete without an American Icon update. He rescues a cheerleading squad as their bus plummets off of the Manhattan Bridge. We also find out more about America’s most decorated soldier, General Mayhem. Born in 1743, he’s fought in every war in the nation’s history. He was close friends with George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, attended Lincoln’s wedding and was hunting partners with Teddy Roosevelt. When asked why he retired after 258 years, he said, “I’ve had enough of bankers running wars. I wanted to pick my own fights.”
Truth, Justice and How Much Does it Pay? In an alternate reality, superheroes are real and they work for a living. The economy is in the toilet and a Machiavellian supervillain called the Invisible Hand secretly controls Wall Street and the direction of the nation. All superheroes work for a Fortune 500 company called Superhero, Inc. and people pay for rescue insurance. The most powerful superheroes can earn big money and become instant celebrities. Less powerful superheroes can earn a decent living, but like everyone else they must deal with the daily grind and trying to get a piece of the American pie. FREE PREVIEWS available at www.7robots.com.
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