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Saturday, January 20, 2018

The heroes of Avalon: FAZER

Now that we've got several scripts done, it is clear that CHUCK DIXON'S AVALON is really going to be very different than the Alt★Hero comics proper. Whereas I like to focus on worldbuilding and city-level events of international significance, Chuck prefers to go street. He's focused on citybuilding, crime-fighting, and street-level events, and while the city of Avalon is an integral part of the universe of Alt★Hero, it is a small, detailed, and distinct part of it.

FAZER is one of the first new characters created by Chuck and he will be appearing in both the first and second issues. The description: FAZER is King Ace’s crime fighting partner. He’s the brains of the pair and resents being referred to as a sidekick. The guy has a very short fuse. He’s much slighter and shorter than King Ace. His power is the ability to phase through solid objects. He can maintain the phasing stage only through tremendous concentration. Fazer wears an all-over suit that hides his face entirely. The suit is made of leather as Fazer can only phase organic materials. Fazer is Hapa, with a white father and a Filipino mother. 



The amazing thing to me is how, in just two issues, Chuck has already managed to create intriguing characters with distinct individuality and complex personal relationships. It is no wonder he is considered a comics legend. And yes, if you think you recognize the artist's signature, it is indeed the gentleman you have in mind. He is illustrating CHUCK DIXON'S AVALON #1.

I would have tweeted this link out, but Twitter suspended the ArkhavenComics account as soon as it was created, before we'd even had the chance to upload a logo for the profile. So, we'll be posting our regular social media announcements on the AltHeroComic Facebook page and leaving any Twitter repostings up to the fans.

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67 Comments:

Anonymous Patron January 20, 2018 11:04 AM  

"Twitter suspended the ArkhavenComics account as soon as it was created, before we'd even had the chance to upload a logo for the profile"

I'm shocked, shocked I tell you.

Anyway, looking forwards to seeing how this turns out. "Brains of the pair" and "short fuse" are not traits I'd normally associate with one another, so this should be quite interesting.

Blogger Steampunk Koala January 20, 2018 11:17 AM  

Nice to see that they've learned nothing. They can't even pretend you broke ToS. I suppose we've passed the point of that being a concern for them though.

Anonymous VFM #3606 January 20, 2018 11:20 AM  

No freaking way on the signature. Seriously?

Anonymous Aeoli Pera January 20, 2018 11:24 AM  

See? Build a 30-foot wall and they'll just bring a 31-inch Fazer, because that's who we are.

Anonymous DoesntKnowComics January 20, 2018 11:28 AM  

OK, for the ignorant, whose signature is that?

Anonymous vfm 0202 January 20, 2018 11:29 AM  

Twaqqayer, still giving free BDA reports. Over the target!

Anonymous BBGKB January 20, 2018 11:30 AM  

Even better if Fazer's winter costume had a fur coat.

Blogger Matthew January 20, 2018 11:39 AM  

Fazer is also my favorite brand of salmiakki.

Anonymous Nathan January 20, 2018 11:53 AM  

Is there an Avalon logo yet?

Blogger VD January 20, 2018 11:54 AM  

Not yet. We're working on it.

Blogger mike mike January 20, 2018 11:59 AM  

Frank Fosco... score!

Blogger Dave January 20, 2018 12:12 PM  

https://www.facebook.com/frankfosco/

Blogger The Observer January 20, 2018 12:14 PM  

Twitter suspended the ArkhavenComics account as soon as it was created, before we'd even had the chance to upload a logo for the profile

Ha!

Also, nice new A-H Dynamique logo.

He's focused on citybuilding, crime-fighting, and street-level events, and while the city of Avalon is an integral part of the universe of Alt★Hero, it is a small, detailed, and distinct part of it.

How much do you or Chuck foresee Avalon intersecting with the larger A-H universe? "When necessary" is the obvious answer and things change, of course, but say, will events happening in the larger world have a major impact on Avalon storylines, and vice versa?

Also, looking forward to the hopeful release of the website, there's only one more week left in January.

Blogger Ingot9455 January 20, 2018 12:24 PM  

I'll be in Fazer's fan club so I can send him escrima sticks. Kamagong, the good stuff.

Blogger Silly but True January 20, 2018 12:39 PM  

The Batman Contagion team rides again!

Fosco & Dixon is a top- notch team.

We're seeing the Trump approach in action: Vox isn't a comic creator. But you've gotten the best in the business and empowered him with creating his team.

This will be a winning approach.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 12:44 PM  

Pedantic flame on!

Well, Lycra(tm) and Spandex(tm) are synthesized organics, but yeah, yeah, I know what he means, although I'm a bit sketchy on how walls know the difference.

Leather is for protection. It's horrible for movement, which is why stretch "tights" existed long before nylon fabrics. Motorcycle racers need the protection and have limited movement. Even with that, Keith Code says that teflon impregnated nomex is better.

There is silk, and rayon is a silk substitute, which although a factory fiber is extruded from cellulose fiber. Basically paper yarn. Natural latex is superior to synthetics for stretchiness. It has been largely replaced by synthetics over questions of durability and price.

But the motorcycle racer looking thing is cool and might be what he's really after.

Pedantic flame off.

Blogger Raben Wulf January 20, 2018 12:45 PM  

Somewhat interesting... however the concept art is a tad alienating as it relates to the brief description (and the expectations that go with it). On one hand, it explains a half white half filipino character (fairly common these days in real life) and on the other I see a visual concept that looks no different than 70% of the mexicans I see loitering around outside of the local Los Angeles Home Depot.

The interesting thing about half white and half Filipinos is that the white genes are largely going to be more dominant. A quick google image search of "half white half Filipino" is a fairly good indicator as to what that mix tends to look like. They would almost never look like a full Filipino. They will come across as European for the most part.

In my personal opinion, it would be difficult to find characters that look like the local mexican population interesting, especially if they are not even mexican in writing. What makes characters interesting, in my opinion (disclaimer), is how they come across as a bit different from the norm in some way. For Filipinos, or even halfs (which look more white by their very nature), people like Arnel Pineda come to mind as a good example of what becomes interesting.

(Arnel Pineda is a Filipino who went on to become the lead singer of Journey after videos of him doing cover songs appeared on Youtube. Fascinating story. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Yy6pmsQ9H8 )

Anyways, I hope that as the character development progresses, that it would begin to match what half white half pinoy people tend to look like in order to avoid reader alienation.

Blogger Raben Wulf January 20, 2018 12:52 PM  

@14
It would be interesting to see him making use of Kali (aka Eskrima/Arnis)... immediately they would get associated with DC's Nightwing. Not really a problem though, since believe it or not, most of the "martial arts" you see in Marvel films is Kali. It is perhaps the most dominant martial art in TV/Film today (sticks or no sticks).

The use of Kali could be a very interesting selling point for such a character.

Anonymous fop January 20, 2018 12:53 PM  

Fazer also simmers with resentment that american girls show little interest in him despite his awesome powers and 4.0 GPA.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 12:57 PM  

OK, stipulating that I know what he means rather than what he said (although I might like some explanation of how a wall knows the difference between a molecule that came out of a vat and the same that came out of a tree), the explanation for the costume doesn't make sense. I can make superhero costumes that look and act like lycra spandex tights entirely from animal and tree sources (silk, rayon, latex, etc.)

I would guess the real reason for the leather is that he likes the motorcycle racer look. Motorcycle racers need protection and have a naturally limited range of motion. They don't need to run, jump or fight.

So, he's wearing it because for what he does he feels that the extra protection is of more value to him than the range of motion afforded by tights.

Blogger The Observer January 20, 2018 1:03 PM  

@19:

The obvious question come up with these kinds of powers: what happens when he phases through a wall and he's interrupted mid-phase?

Anonymous Killua January 20, 2018 1:08 PM  

Cool superpower!! Like obito from Naruto

Im not sure if I get the "can only phase organic materials" stuff. Means that if he wants to phase through your wall and get into your house, he can't have any metal objects on him? So he doesn't carry traditional weapons or a phone?

Blogger Ingot9455 January 20, 2018 1:14 PM  

@20 In a roleplaying game,he gets shoved out with some amount of damage. In a comic book, whatever the author feels most appropriate, but seeing as he still has all his parts so far, it's probably not instantly deadly.

@21 It also means he can't steal your computer out of your house either; nor can he walk into a bank's safe-deposit vault and take the majority of things... except for paper documents.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 1:16 PM  

@20:

With great power comes great . . . risk.

@21:

That bit actually works. With great power should come some great limitation that makes the power awkward. See The Problem with Superman.

Blogger Michael Maier January 20, 2018 1:23 PM  

I don't know if I can buy comics now... I don't want to support Charles Manson.

Blogger The Lizard King January 20, 2018 1:23 PM  

Hey VD. A question that I have had burning within me for some time.

As a backer of Alt-Hero. I would like to know how you intent to handle the long-term storytelling of these comics. An impression I have of most comics from Marvel/DC (pre-SJW convergence that is) is that nothing ever changes in them, the status-quo will always be preserved in the end (I have never been a comic-book reader, so maybe I am wrong on this). What can we expect of alt-hero? Will we 5 years down the line still see our characters be in the exact same place as they were before? Will characters that were killed a month or two ago be brought back?

Hope you find the time to answer this question. And I continue to look forward to reading the first issue of alt-hero.

Blogger The Observer January 20, 2018 1:25 PM  

@25: I believe the Dark Lord has mentioned that Status Quo Is God will not be a thing, and that bringing people back from the dead is not something that will happen and that he hates it.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 1:33 PM  

@25:

This isn't quite true. While certain things tend not to change for consistency of tone (which if you break will break your customers), other things can change suddenly and dramatically, for no narrative reason.

There is no actual story being told. The writers are just coming up with ideas, issue to issue, to induce buying of another issue. Once you understand this instead of seeing the story, you see the writers pulling the strings and ringing the bells to get you to salivate money. Immersion is destroyed.

Bear in mind, both with the problem you bring up and mine, that it doesn't really matter if you only expect to keep a reader for a handful of years anyway.

Adult comic book fandom is a pretty new thing.

Blogger Nate January 20, 2018 1:38 PM  

I think Chuck said something last night... something like "Vox has put together a whole staff of guys who always hit their deadlines. That never happens. and he did it on accident."

I don't think people have any idea how much is possible. You put a team of rockstars together... you get rockstar results.

Anonymous Killua January 20, 2018 1:40 PM  

Will characters that were killed a month or two ago be brought back?

I hope is not like in Dragon Ball Z where everyone that dies gets revived eventually. At some point, it takes the tension out of it since you know the characters are never in any real risk.

Blogger S1AL January 20, 2018 1:45 PM  

@Nate -

That was a comment regarding Mark Alessi and CrossGen.

Blogger VD January 20, 2018 1:47 PM  

As a backer of Alt-Hero. I would like to know how you intent to handle the long-term storytelling of these comics. An impression I have of most comics from Marvel/DC (pre-SJW convergence that is) is that nothing ever changes in them, the status-quo will always be preserved in the end (I have never been a comic-book reader, so maybe I am wrong on this). What can we expect of alt-hero? Will we 5 years down the line still see our characters be in the exact same place as they were before? Will characters that were killed a month or two ago be brought back?

Neither Chuck nor I subscribe to the Marvel/DC continuity approach. He hates it and finds it creatively constricting. I just think it's stupid.

I think you can be certain that you'll see the differences fairly soon into the runs. We're not sitting on top of a valuable brand that cannot be altered in any way, which frees us to explore a much broader range of possibilities.

No one who is killed is ever likely to be brought back. I won't say absolutely never, but I consider such devices to be the hallmark of the mediocre storyteller.

Anonymous LurkingPuppy January 20, 2018 2:00 PM  

The Observer wrote:The obvious question come up with these kinds of powers: what happens when he phases through a wall and he's interrupted mid-phase?
(a) No, the obvious question is “Why doesn't he fall to the Earth's core?”. (b) If he's distracted at the wrong time, King Ace will be looking for a new sidekick.

Killua wrote:Im not sure if I get the "can only phase organic materials" stuff. Means that if he wants to phase through your wall and get into your house, he can't have any metal objects on him? So he doesn't carry traditional weapons or a phone?
There are traditional weapons made from organic natural materials, like quarterstaffs and (old-fashioned) bows and arrows. But he can't have a hip replacement or a dental filling. Can he phase another person, e.g. to remove a piece of shrapnel?

(Strictly speaking, bones are not organic.)

Ingot9455 wrote:It also means he can't steal your computer out of your house either; nor can he walk into a bank's safe-deposit vault and take the majority of things... except for paper documents.
I knew there was a sinister plot behind the switch to organic, soy-based inks!

Blogger Nate January 20, 2018 2:07 PM  

"That was a comment regarding Mark Alessi and CrossGen."

ah. my apologies.

Blogger Nate January 20, 2018 2:11 PM  

"Neither Chuck nor I subscribe to the Marvel/DC continuity approach. He hates it and finds it creatively constricting. I just think it's stupid."

on the one hand I agree with all of this.

On the other... these characters... Spiderman... Batman... Captain America... they are brands themselves. When you get them... you're largely there as a caretaker. Do no harm. That should be the first rule. Always.

Now.. starting from scratch... that's obviously not a concern.

Anonymous Jack Amok January 20, 2018 2:16 PM  

I don't think people have any idea how much is possible. You put a team of rockstars together... you get rockstar results.

There's a quote attributed to Pope John Paul II. Someone asked him how many people worked at that Vatican, and he replied "About half of them."

He was no doubt being kind. The real number was probably lower.

Blogger S1AL January 20, 2018 2:18 PM  

"Do no harm. That should be the first rule. Always."

This seems like a variant of the "survivor's perspective" argument. There are good reasons to approach it from either direction.

Also one of the reasons the Star Wars EU novels actually make sense across a 120+ year timespan.

Anonymous Pale male January 20, 2018 2:18 PM  

@21 Not just that, his clothes can't have metal zippers or buttons.  Presumably bone toggle fasteners would work.  He's a sartorial nightmare.

@22 If he can phase into a bank and take paper money, he's set as long as it's still legal tender.

Blogger S1AL January 20, 2018 2:21 PM  

Paper money probably won't work because of the inks.

Blogger buwaya January 20, 2018 2:22 PM  

I can only applaud the creation of a Filipino character. Its a curious thing, that quality Filipinos have of being ubiquitous but invisible. They are a very private lot that, with very rare exceptions, mind their own business and avoid making waves. It is simultaneously a cultural flaw (creates a leadership vacuum) and a survival skill.
Anyway, it is nice to see them mentioned.

Filipino artists (DeZuniga, Alcala) were significant in US comics in the 70's-80's. There was a truly enormous comics industry in the Philippines from the 1940s-80s, most of it quite unknown here. Back in the day we kids would hang out at the corner store, renting (yes, renting) comic books for 5 centavos. You would get up to a dozen kids in a pile-up behind the wealthy fellow, looking over his shoulders.

Anonymous Causal Lurker January 20, 2018 2:49 PM  

I can see some of the heroes killed on missions, by accident, or unfortunate encounter. Some of the others may be written to fake their deaths in a massive explosion or collapse, and head to a quiet little town so they can forget and try to have a "normal" family (shades of The Incredibles, but where do the next gen homo sequens come from?). Besides, someone needs to be the "wiser head" to counsel teenage heroes on finding and controlling their powers.

Who's to say that the heroic loss of one won't induce some punk kids to step up and meet the challenge, in their own way?

I'll wait and see what develops before going negative on Alt Hero. Lots of people and elements at play, here. Vox has this track record of calmly predicting or describing, and then amazing us with the results.

Blogger Ingot9455 January 20, 2018 2:52 PM  

Aaron Williams, the author of Nodwick, and PS: 238, had a sequence in his Full Frontal Nerdity strip where the characters play a 'realistic' superhero roleplaying game. They each get five 'handwavium tokens' to counteract the possible bad effects of their powers and make them work the way they want.

So the super-strong guy has to spend a token to pick buildings up at the corner and not just have them break apart, the super-fast guy has to spend a token to pull someone out of a burning building at supersonic speeds without ripping their arm off, and so on.

It all depends where the handwavium tokens are.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 3:01 PM  

@38:

Basic dress shirt buttons are made from bone, wood,shell, amber (a hydrocarbon resin put into a mold and heated (by pressure) until solid) and other such materials.

They are also made of . . . perhaps I should expand what I have written above a bit:

"I might like some explanation of how a wall knows the difference between a molecule that came out of a vat and the same that came out of a tree"

Styrene plastic, the basic stuff of medium old model kits, parts trays and shoe boxes wasn't invented. It was discovered. Growing on trees. What was invented was a way to produce it in mass quantities.

Styrene plastic meets every definition of "organic" in use.

@39:

Does the non-organic material prevent entry, or does it get filtered and left behind?

The first Jack Reacher novel was somewhat spoiled for me because the "trick" of the story was obvious to me: Blank money paper is some valuable shit.

Blogger Madame Ringading January 20, 2018 3:13 PM  

Another organic substance would be casein plastic, which can be made from milk in your own kitchen. Get it steaming hot, add vinegar, and the milk clumps into curds which can then be molded like clay and once hardened, can be carved and sanded. They used to make buttons this way.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 3:34 PM  

It occurs to me that I've made a number of posts over a number of days saying that I'm not interested in superheroes. Yet here I am getting all geeky over the implications of a super power.

Damn you, Vox.

So, anyway, buttons would be awkward with the motorcycle outfit, doable, but awkward. I note that the invention of Velcro(tm) was suggested by the intersection of plants and dogs.

Blogger Johnny January 20, 2018 3:49 PM  

Madame Ringading wrote:Another organic substance would be casein plastic, which can be made from milk in your own kitchen. Get it steaming hot, add vinegar, and the milk clumps into curds which can then be molded like clay and once hardened, can be carved and sanded. They used to make buttons this way.

I forget the name but curdle milk and you get a kind of cheese that strongly resembles cottage cheese. Edible enough but I have never tried to make anything out of it.

Blogger Ingot9455 January 20, 2018 3:53 PM  

Clearly one of Fazer's minor abilities will be his fan club who sit around thinking up neat ways for him to use his powers and send them in to him.

But no, part of the appeal of superheroes is the self-insert fantasy, the 'what would I do' portion. Part of the appeal of Peter Parker starting out as a nerdy thirteen year old freshman in high school.

Blogger Longtime Lurker January 20, 2018 4:22 PM  

The things one learns on this blog never cease to amaze. So if Fazer has limitations to his powers (oganic vs. inorganic thing), then that sets up possibilities for cooperation. He might not be able to walk through walls with inorganic materials, as some of you speculate, but he can at least open the door from the inside.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 4:44 PM  

Yeah, the power itself sets up all sorts of good and cool story scenarios.

So my only criticism of it is my original: It utterly fails to explain the motorcycle suit. Given the rule he could be running around in anything from his little sister's underwear to full plate armor.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 4:57 PM  

Addendum:

Note that the problem goes away if there is some additional normie world reason for it, like, he rides a motorcycle.

Blogger Longtime Lurker January 20, 2018 5:05 PM  

Imagine if a character like Daredevil had the ability to phase in and out. Imagine the fight choreography possibilities in that case. Float like a butterfly sting like a bee, right through walls and obstacles. Can attack suddenly from any cover, from any direction, especially useful for taking down large numbers in confined spaces with simple weapons.

Just how powerful is this guy, really? Can he walk through mountains? I'd like to see how he solves the problem of oxygen deprivation for longer out-of-phase excursions.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 5:34 PM  

Uh, Houston? We may need a handwavium token: neither water nor air are organic.

Which reminds me of the bone thing. Bones contain calcium, but as a stiffening agent. They're principally made of protein, like fingernails. Compare an egg or clam shell to a fresh chicken bone. Still having the calcium in your bones, the iron in your blood, etc, getting left behind could make one feel a bit queasy around the gills.

Leaving behind your air and water could make one feel positively ill.

Blogger VD January 20, 2018 6:45 PM  

I'm glad you guys are interested, but you are SERIOUSLY overthinking this. That description was just to give the artists something to go on.

But Longtime Lurker is right. It's a very useful superpower.

Anonymous kfg January 20, 2018 7:05 PM  

@VD: " . . .you are SERIOUSLY overthinking this."

Have you seen what's been going on in the Star Wars world lately? I stopped watching Star Wars about 20 minutes into the third sequel, and stopped caring about it about an hour into the first sequel, but watching the fans throw shit fits can be extremely entertaining

Beyond the leather suit thing (which I seriously think needs to be given more thought) I'm just having a bit of fun on a proximate to the Canadian border, winter day. About a comic book I'm "not interested in" (I'm down for Jeeves though).

I'll go back to polishing rims and spokes and leave you alone, but if you develop a fan base, overthink it is what they are going to do. And they aren't likely to leave you alone about it.

Blogger VD January 20, 2018 8:46 PM  

If you develop a fan base, overthink it is what they are going to do. And they aren't likely to leave you alone about it.

Yes, obviously, that is what comics fans like to do. They are more than welcome to debate these issues to their heart's content. It is a feature, not a bug.

But if talking about this stuff outside the comic itself causes problems, that is a problem very easily solved. We'll just focus on publishing the comics and let the fans come up with their own theories.

Blogger maniacprovost January 20, 2018 8:53 PM  

...it's not that complicated... "organic" refers to stuff similar to the human body, which Fazer's power evolved to handle. If it intuitively makes sense, it makes sense.

It would be cool if his ancestors were shamans or something but I don't know what that would be in Filipino culture.

I'm guessing Kevlar isn't organic enough?

Fazer should be in excellent health, since his body would leave behind heavy metals, radioactive materials, or foreign objects any time he phased. But what about Kidney stones? And he can't keep fillings, so he needs to take care of his teeth.

Anonymous F Fosco January 20, 2018 9:03 PM  

Think I may have dropped the ball on the Hapa part. Think that may be an oversight by me or my reading comprehension failed me on that one.

Blogger VD January 20, 2018 9:12 PM  

No worries for Issue #1, for obvious reasons. If you have to modify a bit for #2, no problem.

Blogger Unknown January 20, 2018 10:43 PM  

Could Vox start comics based on John C Wright's weekly serialized stories. The stories are written by a master writer but a master artist would be needed to do justice to the storyline.

Blogger caledonian January 20, 2018 10:47 PM  

Could Vox produce comics based on John C Wright's weekly serialized stories.

Blogger Tom Bridgeland January 20, 2018 11:58 PM  

Suppose his inability to phase inorganics is his own mental limitation, not inherent in the power itself? He has to concentrate to make the power work, and when he was a kid, working out how it worked, that's how he explained it to himself. But he is wrong. He could phase inorganics if he figured out how.

Adds some possible quirks to his story, as he tries and sometimes succeeds and sometimes fails to phase items, learning as the series progresses. Perhaps denser elements are harder to phase, so the steel gun gets through, sometimes, but the lead bullets don't...

Anonymous O que você vai fazer? January 21, 2018 2:25 AM  

Just a heads-up, "fazer" in Portuguese means "to do" (from Latin "facere", cognate with Spanish "hacer", French "faire" and Italian "fare")


I'm wondering if his powers can be activated partially, like making his head ghost-like to avoid a strike while keeping his hand solid to counterattack, or if it always phases the entire body at once.

Anonymous Korbin Ransley January 21, 2018 5:30 AM  

Cool, neat to see.

Blogger Revelation Means Hope January 21, 2018 11:34 AM  

O que você vai fazer? wrote:Just a heads-up, "fazer" in Portuguese means "to do" (from Latin "facere", cognate with Spanish "hacer", French "faire" and Italian "fare")

I'm wondering if his powers can be activated partially, like making his head ghost-like to avoid a strike while keeping his hand solid to counterattack, or if it always phases the entire body at once.


There is definitely some room to grow for this character. If he is intelligent, he'll be working on this type of thing himself. It could make for an interesting interlude now and then, him practicing while thinking about some mission. Kind of like the inner monologue that other characters have.

The motorcycle suit is a refreshing distinction from the typically superhero outfit. Let's you focus on the character more and the individual muscles definition less.

Blogger Skyler the Weird January 21, 2018 3:05 PM  

Just finished Quantum Mortis and I liked it. Seems to be old Sunday Comics section adventure serial. I liked the art but some said it was Dick Tracy. To me it's more Steve Canyon or Terry and the Pirates.

Blogger Were-Puppy January 21, 2018 3:20 PM  

@21 The Observer
@19:

The obvious question come up with these kinds of powers: what happens when he phases through a wall and he's interrupted mid-phase?
---

My question with these types is - if they are phasing through matter, why don't they sink into the ground? And how do they move if they are phasing and no friction unless everything but their feet is phasing?

Ah who cares, it's comics!

Blogger Were-Puppy January 21, 2018 3:29 PM  

Capt. GMO will be his arch enemy.

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