What would happen, I thought, if I based some superheroes on people I knew 25 years ago in my small, rural high school? And what if, instead of dropping them in a post-apocalyptic wasteland or crime-ridden city, I put them in southern Missouri? Well, I found out why most successful fantasy art is not conceived in such a manner. It was a good excuse to try a little voice acting, however, and
to animate some mouths, and to get my daughters in on the fun.
This Flash is a project I started over a year ago, but let it sit when it seemed to be lacking something. Last month I dusted it off and fleshed it out a bit. The underlying story expanded along with the filesize resulting in my
splitting it into two parts, the first of which is presented here. If you're old enough to remember the cheesy Filmation Superfriends cartoons from the early seventies you'll see a reference or two. Otherwise the humor may seem utterly nonsensical, though I hope you enjoy it anyhow.
P.S. If you recognize the ancient PC the robot is based upon I will proclaim you a true old-school computer nerd and hold you in high esteem.