Betty by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen

Betty

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  1. Ubintold

    Ubintold said, about 18 hours ago

    Gak ! Anything but that !

  2. inshadowz

    inshadowz said, about 17 hours ago

    Well, I seem to remember Peter Parker having a substantial amount of personal life between the worst Spider-Man outings. That said, there weren’t many superheroes whose everyday worries orbited around pursuing a career as a freelance news photographer in order to pay the rent and afford your Aunt May’s medicines.

  3. sbwertz

    sbwertz said, about 17 hours ago

    The Incredibles?

  4. contralto2b

    contralto2b said, about 14 hours ago

    @sbwertz

    You beat me to it! :o)

  5. princevaliant

    princevaliant GoComics PRO Member said, about 14 hours ago

    Every family are super heroes, raising their kids in the world today. God bless ’em!

  6. redback

    redback said, about 14 hours ago

    1. there are plenty of movies about superheroes with families
    2. just like when fanboys discuss about who has the biggest spaceship or who is more badass, remember those things do not exist. There has never been a spaceship, or one bigger than the other. They are as big as the guy who imagined them wants to imagine them, and if somebody says that certain spaceship is bigger, I can simply imagine another one twice as big, since I don’t have to actually build it. If you want to imagine a superhero with family, just imagine him (or her); nothing stops you. On the other hand, you can imagine every day Joes, but their powers won’t get out of the imagination
    3. getting intense about something because is not what you like, and dissing something because is not what you like, when nobody is telling you a thing about your tastes or pestering you when you watch the movies you like, or read the books you like, or telling other people what they should watch, or read, or like, does not turn you into an every day hero. It turns you into a douche bag, and somebody who nobody wants to be around, as you are messing with things that are none of your business and instead, getting into the space of other people

  7. redback

    redback said, about 13 hours ago

    I also noticed something, all these cartoons are part of the same dialog; in real life it would have occurred in a lapse of five minutes, but as they are presented trough the whole week, what I (and I believe others) feel is as if she had been nagging him trough the whole week (instead of talking about it for five minutes) for watching superhero movies

  8. hltrim52

    hltrim52 said, about 13 hours ago

    There was a show on ABC like that several years ago called No Ordinary Family.

  9. bhscolleen

    bhscolleen said, about 12 hours ago

    @sbwertz

    …They do come to mind…

  10. gothic_beauty

    gothic_beauty said, about 11 hours ago

    @Misterdantes: Good points yesterday. Especially for a Shakespeare geek like me :) I guess every genre has merit where you look for it. For the record, I like Betty’s idea!

  11. slsharris

    slsharris said, about 11 hours ago

    Real heroes take out the garbage.

    Without being asked and expecting applause…

  12. comicsssfan

    comicsssfan said, about 10 hours ago

    A real hero is a wife who shows affection spontaneously. Or, even by setting an appointment.

  13. alcors3

    alcors3 said, about 10 hours ago

    Check out “The Tick”

  14. car2ner

    car2ner said, about 9 hours ago

    Disney’s The Incredibles. .

  15. JoPhan

    JoPhan said, about 8 hours ago

    @inshadowz

    Spidey was the first super-hero soap opera. Up until then, either their personal life was great, or it was simply ignored.

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