Swimming the Rio Grande no doubt. If only we really had superheroes to guard our borders we wouldn't need a massive wall.
Have you read "The Dark Knight Returns" by Frank Miller? If not, and you like Batman and Superman, you should.
I haven't. I was overseas as a kid, so had few comics. My son was into X-Men. My knowledge of either Superman or Batman is scant.One time when I brought my son to the comic store I found an old copy of Firehair, which I didn't know was an actual thing. American kids overseas called me that, and I thought it was just what they made up.So here's this redhaired teenage girl leading a Native American tribe (Hear the cries of the avenging redskins!) and has a comic. So funny. I bought the comic of course and framed it.
Spoiler! TDKR is set in the 80's, and has a decrepit Reagan using Superman as America's enforcer.Could Firehair shoot or otherwise control fire?
No, she's just a teenage girl with a perky ponytail and a sexy mole who carries the White Man's Burden of leading these people. I guess it's a little subversive in that she's on that side, but still... ugh.It's been 15 years since it went in a frame, I don't remember the details of her story. This is going by the cover. I'd take a picture of it (too lazy to take out and scan) if you want.I saw this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firehair but the one I have seems more modern, looks like an old style Barbie http://www.fashion-doll-guide.com/Vintage-Barbie-Dolls.htmlFunny that I never googled Firehair until now.
A sexy mole is not much of a superpower.
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