Welcome!…to Alternate Earth!
Your Optimism…Is Remarkable.
Please park your biomechanical space-faring squid over there —>
Once again, Tyler demonstrates his superpower: Common Sense.
the rarest superpower of them all
So far proving to be the strongest super power.
The more I see him in action the more I think his super power is actually… “When the stars align” in a call of cuthlu sense. There is something wrong yet we can not tell what it is. Same way everyone forgets who he is when he is in his super suit… or how for example his entire adventure in the other dimensions (not realities but more like the order chaos realm or the time castle).
There’s nothing strange about no-one in a superhero universe being able to connect a hero to his secret identity except that Tyler himself notes it as being odd, owing to his rare power of common sense.
Could it really be that simple? I mean I know this isn’t a typical superhero comic, but still…
The secret is “the author wants to end the comic” :p
They’re about to lay some oblitery smackdown on Von Foggs mech.
I wanna see the look on faces when orbital bombardment of Von Fogg commences.
Or ARE they?
Two options here, the first being the obvious “got it right on the first try” and they’re back on thier Earth. The second is the equally likely idea that they followed the wrong transmission signal and got the other end of the communication chain: Zodon.
In which case Moonshadow is about to do something to inexplicably save the day for the PS238 kids on Alt-Earth.
And thus did Moonshadow’s amazing and many skills grew in fame.
I don’t know which Earth that is, but the Great Lakes are about 3 times too big and the wrong shape, and there are a lot more large bays on Florida than I recall from my last trip over it. The west coast of FL just didn’t have any large bays just 5 years ago, so…
Trust me on this; if a signal is being sent between three points AND it’s not just a carrier wave (in other words: there’s something to differentiate the points of origin), it’s really easy to separate one from the other. With that few transmission points it’s almost impossible to get confused as to which is which (when was the last time you couldn’t tell which of two people was talking and from where – even in the dark?).
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