Hero vs. Villain is the first Comedic Comic attempt done by Star Verse Comics. Hero, of course being the Hero must gague in battle to fight the Crimes of the Villain and protect the Wonderful city of Yorkton. Will Crime Pay or will it Hurt?
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Poison Elves are just a couple of
comic books amongst many that started off as Xeroxed copied comic books.
They built up a readership and became what they are today. Well, here we go
again, another Xeroxed copy comic book called Hero v. Villain, that has the
potential of becoming something big. There is plenty of good humor in this
story and to sum up the story, we have the superhero who is simply called
'Hero' who is set out to protect Yorkton. The big crime wave is when a
villain simply called 'Villain' robs a candy store. Big news as the local
reporter talks about how the candy store was robbed. Hero talks with the
mayor and comes up with his ingenious plan of using the taxpayer's money to
buy a huge mousetrap. Like I said, this is a laugh riot page after page. We
get a surprise guest named Betty the Beast. She is the composite of a real
life character that is interviewed in this comic book, by the name of Betty
Lake. Betty the Beast works at Wal-Mart and gives Hero a real hard time.
When another store gets robbed, you will get some good chuckles as you watch
this heroic man cry like a baby and saying such random sayings like 'being
bad is wrong'. Yep, it would sound like Hero is a real moron, but you will
have to pick up this comic book to find out. Now my question is .... if Betty
the Beast is portrayed to be monstrous and ugly, is the real-life Betty Lake
monstrous and ugly?? Inquiring minds want to know!