MISC: GODLING # 55 Live on Stage by J. Vandersteen
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Mon May 30 00:08:00 PDT 2016
On 5/27/2016 1:44 PM, jvdsteen1974 at gmail.com wrote:
> I was very pleasantly surprised when I got his call, expressing his
> willingness for this interview. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls… Here’s
> The One Man Pantheon, The Olympain Prophet, the world’s first and greatest
> superhero, The Champion of New Troy…. GODLING!!!”
See, that makes a lot of sense as his next move - clear the record, and get
attention for the Olympians.
> In a large bed is Mark Brant, the blond Godling, two girls lying next to
> him. He says, “Yeah, the personal reason being that the Olympians figured I
> could do a better job then you, ha!”
> “Huh? What did you say?” one of the girls asked.
> “Never mind, just have some more champagne.”
Mark, you're amazing. XD I like how you *kind of* realize how ridiculous and
terrible you are, and you're basically okay with it.
> Women in the audience go nuts, hooting, cheering. Godling actually
> blushes. That makes Bonnie think, Definitely not the same Godling I slept
> “Wow. That will having us going viral for sure,” Bonnie says. “I have
> another special guest who wanted to talk to Godling. I’m afraid he will only
> be able to talk to me. His name is Julius Slim, he’s one of New Troy’s most
> successful laywers.”
> A slick looking guy in an expensive suit and a Caesar haircut walks on
> stage. “Well, we just saw a great example of why I’m on this show. We just
> saw Godling beat up a criminal and take him to an unofficial, unsanctioned
> jail. I’m here to tell you that I’m going to stand up for the rights of the
> people being sent there. I will be the voice of those our DA doesn’t want to
> hear about.”
You know, I know this guy is probably going to be a bad guy, but this is a
pretty good point. >->
> “Ladies and gentlemen, our DA Linda Cooper!” Bonnie announces.
> “I’m here to tell you all criminals Godling apprehends get a fair trial
> and are treated very well at Tartarus II. Our regular prisons are just not up
> to jailing these superpowered villains and we are glad to use Godling’s
Hmmmmmmm. I mean, there would still be the possibility of abuse in that case,
but-- like are these trials public in the same way as anyone else's? Hm, I guess
we'll find out next issue.
Drew "hmmmmmmmm" Perron
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