Happy Thanksgiving to those of you so inclined! Enjoy your turkey comas.

Honestly, the security here is pretty terrible. Any cell that you can’t see into allows for shenanigans. It’s known that Zeph isn’t a super, so they didn’t stick him in one of their purpose built cells that can account for a number of powers that might be used to escape. Mostly it just floods the cell with knockout gas, but can also flood the cell with water to put out fires, and can also quickly drain the cell, heat it or chill it, shock the floor, stuff like that. The Grrl-verse doesn’t have power dampers because I think that makes for lazy writing. I mean, no power dampers beyond klonking someone on the back of the head with a sock full of nickels, as being unconscious is about the most surefire way of preventing someone from using most powers.

It is known, at least among people in the know, that Zeph can do magic, but they figure if they strip away any foci he might have, and bind his hands, and gag him when he’s not being actively interrogated, then they can probably keep him under control. Unfortunately for them, they didn’t actually grab Zephan, and now the “4 out of 10 competence  rating” Goon Squad gets to reinforce the adage that quality is more important than quantity.

The November Vote Incentive is up!

I went a little simpler with the art this time, which is to say I didn’t add like 9 passes of lighting and detail work. I wasn’t trying to chintz out on the time input or anything, I’d been browsing around ArtStation since I like torturing myself with all the amazing art there, and found a few people who do nice clean styles that are more Arcane (the League of Legends Netflix show) than Love, Death and Robots, and by LD&R I mean the ones that are like “Look at how realistic our skin textures are!” and not the ones that are more Pixar-y or just like 2D cell art or whatever.

Enjoy variant outfits and lack thereof over at Patreon.

Double res version will be posted over at Patreon. Feel free to contribute as much as you like.