In this series, a giant wave of death and destruction threatens to consume the whole world. It becomes the duty of the defunct S.M.A.S.H. agency to stop this catastrophic conundrum, using both science and magic alike. But don’t think there’s no action, because every story is filled with amazing fights, fires, and fatalities!
In this series, we will focus on several characters, such as The Magnet, Miss Masque, Fighting Spirit, Tom Strange, The Green Ghost, Scarab, The Terror, Liberator, Lone Eagle, and, my favorite, Adam the Ape.
Now that all that’s said, here are some discussion questions:
How do you think The Reaper managed to commit crime in Invertica City, when nobody else could?
Why do you think The Terror chose his name considering he’s a hero?
Why do you think the planet was named Terra Obscura?
Why do you think the Null Zone scraps the science heroes’ powers, but not anyone else’s?
On page 3 of issue 3, we see a Swastika. As I’m sure you all know, this was used as an anti-Semitic symbol ever since the Nazis started the Holocaust. What are your opinions on that symbol being used in a comic? Do you think it represents something else in the comic? Explain.
I hope you all enjoy!
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It might have been his first crime in Invertica City, even if he was a criminal in other places.
He looks freaking horrifying! And he probably wants to scare criminals, like @scoop001 said.
I think it might be because it’s never been visited by A-List or even B or C-List DC characters.
I think it was made to destroy all heroes, but, since magic can’t be predicted or explained, it didn’t work on the magical entities.
I personally hate that the symbol is used in any media nowadays. Obviously it’s important for people to learn about, but to put it in a comic made for 12-year-olds just doesn’t sit right for me. I also don’t believe there was any reason for it being in the comic, which just makes it worse in my opinion.