Who DOESN’T want to be a superhero?

I love the awesomely cheesy Sci Fi Channel "reality" series WHO WANTS TO BE A SUPERHERO? (on DVD Sept. 21st) starring Stan "The Man" Lee, and I've noticed that others in the wonderful world of webcomics do as well, so hopefully it won't hurt to post this update. Contest winner Feedback is a "friend" of mine on MySpace, and I was able to glean these exciting details from his bulletin thingy…


1.) The Feedback comic book may arrive in stores about a month late, because "they want it to be really great."

2.) Feedback has no idea what's going on with the Sci Fi Channel Saturday Night Original Movie he's supposed to star in, but Nitro G (the second superhero asked by Stan to turn in his costume) has written a film treatment on spec that gives roles to all of the superheroes. (Smart thinkin', G!)

3.) No, he doesn't know yet when they're going to have the Superhero Parade.

4.) He watched the finale with his family, Fat Momma, Major Victory, Ty'Veculus, Monkey Woman, Lemuria, Dark Enforcer (formerly Iron Enforcer), Diamond Girl, and Mullet Man. "It was an incredible night."

Anyone from webcomics planning to enter next season? We need to represent!


Chris Crosby

Chris Crosby created and published his first professional comic book, SNAP THE PUNK TURTLE, at the age of 16 in 1993. In 1996, he co-created/co-wrote the best-selling independent superheroine comic series SCORN, and co-founded the parody label Blatant Comics. In January 1998, AnotherUniverse.com commissioned his first regularly-published online comic, the weekly SNAP THE PUNK TURTLE, and in March 1999, he launched his first daily webcomic, SUPEROSITY. In early 2000, Chris created and co-founded the online comic network Keenspot. In March 2004 he launched SORE THUMBS with artistic collaborator Owen Gieni, and later went on to produce WICKEDPOWERED, LAST BLOOD, and CROW SCARE with Gieni.

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