New Your is under attack by a giant killer shrub, with orders to not let itself get trimmed?
Hmmm… 71 is turning down the ‘adult stalking little girl’ creepiness a notch but turning the cluelessness up to eleven.
Are we talking about getting an aligator from the sewer?
no if i had to guess i’d say Mutated endangered animal
Watch this turn out to be “rescue a kitten stuck in a tree.”
Pretty much what I thought.
Not for a Level Five. That’s more like a really grumpy billy goat.
It’s obviously a rogue greased pig who ran away from the bacon facility. A very ANGRY rogue greased pig.
If this is the Wonder Pig from Justice League Unlimited, he might be in for quite a bit of trouble.
Maybe “Kitten Kong” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitten_Kong
no that would be a level one organic relocation
I’m thinking a baby sharktopus…
>_< If it turns out Forak's been pushing this whole thing so he'd have F.I.S.S. backup, I shall think better of his intellect — but I'll still want to kick his butt. Preferably with an Argonite boot.
After some archive-bingeing, I have come up with a scary thought.
The U.S.A. army developed Argonite to restrain Atlas and the F.I.S.S. because, and I quote, “they’re unstoppable”. What happens if the army gets wind of the 84 Fanclub and decides they’re a menace to national security…? I bet the Headmaster could convince them of it if they can’t make up their own minds.
Correction: ATLAS was unstoppable. He’s the superman expy, so he ranks higher than every other FISS. She’s 84? He’s _One_. The original (for this world) and the best (for this world).
Wasn’t Mr. Extraordinary technically FISS #1?
No. They didn’t start numbering until the Department of Metahuman Affairs was founded and registration became mandatory.
Also, nobody but our heroes knew about him flying. He was just ISS until their school history report.
It is nice to know that talking w. Forak is on Julie’s “to do” list, but of course there is an interruption. So what is it?
“category five” ??? no scale available
“organic menace” monster
“orders to avoid termination” don’t kill it
So, like other commenters said, kitten in a tree… or Godzilla.
If it is Godzilla does that mean Forak is beyond the Godzilla threashold?
And does that mean it will now be renamed Forak threshold?
Godzilla in a tree…
Maybe it means the monster has orders to avoid killing anyone, so they think it’s a more appropriate threat level to start Forak on.
No, he wants to follow you to New York.
Because “Rampaging livestock in Central Park” sounds less military
My guess is some animals escaped the zoo. Like, probably an elephant, but maybe a few monkeys instead.
This will get out of hand and need them all. Their first team win.
How high proof is that punch 71 is drinking? Must be pretty strong if he thinks that going with Forak is a good idea. Plus, a class five? Do you realize how much the claws of a cat in a tree can hurt?!?
Why is a little girl the most sensible person present?
Because she’s managed to avoid becoming a Belieber, unlike the rest of them.
In some family’s that is normal. Adults have been warped to some degree in many ways, some more so than others.
The clearer thinkers often are young and have less mental clutter to navigate through to get a straight and full answer.
None of the adults had PS238 to teach them. And they’ve been told all their lives that they are pretty much worthless.
Did 71 just drink the Kool-Aid?
Julie is the most level-headed person in the room because her brain has not yet been warped by hormones. Seriously I have watched perfectly sane and rational 9 and 10 YO turn into blithering idiots by menarche. Similar effects for testosterone but since the onset is more gradual you have to watch the changes on a year-by-year basis instead of living with them. I have 3 grown kids of my own and a few dozen nieces and nephews.
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