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Strange City Heroes

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Genre: Sci-Fi
Date Added: 3 October 2008
Last Update: 1 June 2012
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Current Comic Ranking: 2534/23733
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Favourite of: 4 members
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Strange City Heroes is an ongoing humorous and silly super hero webcomic that has a simple golden age/silver age feel with a modern age approach to pop culture and art. The comic is published Monday - Friday and is full color. Strange City Heroes story arcs can be found collected on the Back Issue page with each arc reading like a longform comic.

This Comic Updates every Monday - Friday.

Current synopsis by: KevinJ1971
Current image by: KevinJ1971

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typh0id 4/5
Strange City Heroes is a fun, warm, and fairly light-hearted superhero strip that's (thus far) suitable for all ages. It depicts the heroic antics of The Golden Cape and his "bug-faced" sidekick, Stickboy Jr.

The humour is genuine, without getting overly-cheesy and the art style is playfully simple in a way that fits the strip perfectly. Bright colours and thoughtfully laid-out individual panels keep your eyes enticed as you read.

Though still in its infancy, Strange City Heroes is already entirely loveable and pulls you right in, wanting to see what happens next...I expect good things from Kev in the future :D
chebert34 4/5
If you like old-school comics and reading the newspaper comics every day you'll like Strange City Heroes. It's what you get when you combine early X-Men with Dilbert... sly humor and action readers of all ages can enjoy!
Shannon9791 4/5
Hey Kev,
It's good stuff. Keep it real, and you won't go wrong.

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