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really liked it
I read Pride and Joy as part of a larger volume years ago, but what with my daughter wanting me to watch the tv show with her, I thought it was probably time to dust off the cobwebs and do a re-read.
And, hey! This was still a cool story.
The basic premise is that these kids discover their parents are supervillains when they stumble onto them ritualistically killing a young woman at their annual house party.
They freak out and go on the run (<–because they’re runaways! ) together, trying to fi
it was amazing
“What If They’re Not Good Guys?”
“Honor your father and your mother, as the LORD your God has commanded you, that your days may be prolonged…”
Reverence for parental figures has traditionally been held up as an untouchable virtue in superhero comics, with heroes like the Batman and Spider-Man devoting their entire lives to the memory of their guardians. But what if those guardians don’t actually deserve all that reverence? What if they were never as benevolent as we were brought
really liked it
So there’s this group of kids who grew up seeing each other occasionally while their rich parents discussed fundraisers and whatever else rich adults talk about privately. The kids never think anything of it as the years pass, and then one day (how time flies), they’re teenagers, and decide to spy on their parents having one of their “meetings.” HOLY BATMAN – they’re actually super villains called The Pride!!!
That’s the premise of this series, and of course, the kids discover their parents kept