The line between ‘good guys’ and ‘bad guys’ proves to be pretty blurry….
If that is all it takes to switch from “Subdoing” to “Killing”, he was never a hero to begin with.
Well, considering that he was never human to begin with, he wouldn’t necessarily have any kind of ingrained decency or learned morals. He just learned to blend into the background. He does talk too much, though, like a typical supervillain. He should have jammed into her eyeball and be done with it. However, he’s right about one thing. Hugging someone to death is stupid because it means letting them get way too close.
Actually, if you are a Brick without Ranged Attacks and the enemy is a Ranged Attacker, getting in close is the only way you can win. And since he seemed to have improved control of the nanobots when using his arms and hands, binding those is also a very good idea.
Hugging him to death was the single most sensible Spandex Girl has done this entire day.
WOOT! and update and a VERY good one. Great turn of events!
W00t! A great turn indeed!
Finally! I’ve grousing about it for the last 3 comics, and we at last see the TRUE power of nanobots unleashed! I knew a guy who controlled nanomachines couldn’t be as ineffective as we’ve been seeing. Of course, I still wasn’t expecting the sudden heel face turn into villain territory…
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