The Incredible and Awe Inspiring Serial Adventures of the Amazing Plasma-Man
Comic 57 - Dramatic Entrance
Monday, the 28th of March at 4:15 AM, 2011
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Monday, the 28th of March at 4:29 AM, 2011
See, he...he knows how to make an entrance...
Monday, the 28th of March at 12:15 PM, 2011
Real glass would cut you up, and it's not easy to break, trust me I learned the hard way.
Monday, the 28th of March at 2:25 PM, 2011
Still awesome =D But I'm starting to worry about the parallels between Blake and Harvey Dent...just kidding, they make me giddy with anticipation =P
John C. Goodman
Monday, the 28th of March at 6:47 PM, 2011
To be fair I suspect he used a plasma beam to break the glass, but yeah, I suppose he probably wouldn't come out of that unscathed. Regarding the Harvey Dent thing, I can assure you that I have no plans for Martin Blake to become a supervillain.
...or do I?
Monday, the 28th of March at 9:15 PM, 2011
He will if I have anything to say about it!
Tuesday, the 29th of March at 1:27 PM, 2011
He better be careful with his plasma power if that thing is filled with combustable gas. I think. I'm not sure how plasma works.
John C. Goodman
Thursday, the 31st of March at 11:11 AM, 2011
Yeah, I'm not really sure how plasma works either, to be honest.
Monday, the 6th of June at 5:01 AM, 2011
That's probably not glass, as in a house window or a car windshield, but ...er, whatever material it is they use in high-altitude vehicles. Thus, "SMASH" instead of "CRASH". ...or something.
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