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Almighty Protectors
Superhero adventures across universes. Their next adventure could be anywhere.
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Language: English
Genre: Action
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Last update: 9 days ago, 8:00 AM
Number of comics: 99
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Eight people find themselves drawn together to be a superhero team, often journeying to alternate universes. Whether at home or abroad, they do what they can to help where needed. Their next adventure could be anywhere.

Contains LGBT characters.

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shastab24
9 days ago
shastab24
Art by myself.

This is the final page of the issue. What did you think of this issue? Let me know in the comments down below.

But yeah, this issue does help develop codenames and costumes for these characters. This is a superhero series, after all. I should also mention that all 6 issues you can read on this site right now are what I consider to be all what would be compiled into the first trade paperback, if I were to create such a thing (I much prefer publishing the issues separately, especially since six individual issues is cheaper than a trade containing those issues, if you went through IndyPlanet; plus I don't like the "write to the trade" mentality). It tells the first phase of the story--getting the powers, gaining all the members of the team, getting the costumes and codenames. Following this is what I would consider to be a new chapter for the team. I still have villains to establish and conflicts to create, as well as a couple mysteries to solve, but this is supposed to be an ongoing series with no finite ending. Personally, I have a pipe dream of it being akin to a Marvel or DC book (just without the constant renumbering/reboots that they do). Not a likely one there, but I hope to at least carry this one until I'm too old to pick up a pencil or write another word.
Left on Issue 5: Superheroes - Page 14
shastab24
9 days ago
shastab24
Pencils by Dr Demus, colors by myself.

The codenames! Finally the codenames! I've been wanting this exact page to happen for some time now. I can finally even call some characters by names who didn't have any before. And of course the twins are the ones to name everyone. It fits who they are, to have the easiest time taking charge when talking to the press.
Left on Issue 5: Superheroes - Page 13
shastab24
9 days ago
shastab24
Pencils by Dr Demus, colors by myself.

So, here comes the press. I should mention, the reporter is actually the one seen on TV in the previous issue. Her name hasn't been revealed yet, but she's supposed to be another character brought over from the old Flame Thrower stories, revamped. Previously, she was Flame Thrower's love interest, but that's obviously changed now. What significance she will have to the overall stories is still something that remains to be seen, it seems.
Left on Issue 5: Superheroes - Page 12
shastab24
9 days ago
shastab24
Pencils by Dr Demus, colors by myself. Well, I also added the speed lines in panel 2, but I felt they were needed there and it was easy to add them myself (it's a public domain texture), so I didn't ask Dr Demus to add them in.

So, yeah, I realized this would be a bit simpler for Arianna. Since she can get into your head, she can force the situation to end quickly. But... is it ethical? Also, why'd she wait until now to do it, if she could have done this from the start?
Left on Issue 5: Superheroes - Page 11
shastab24
9 days ago
shastab24
Artwork by myself.

The dragon guy seems like he wanted to do a piledriver. How would he know the move, despite him just recently arriving on Earth? Well, he's been around long enough to possibly pick up on some Earth pop culture, and either caught a pro wrestling broadcast or was shown some Street Fighter by one of the other characters.
Left on Issue 5: Superheroes - Page 10