We finde book :

Ps238 no. 47 - PS238 by Aaron Williams – Ps238: The School for.



Given what certain students have found on what the Headmaster is doing, I’m fairly sure that there was a lot of harm. What it is, I’m not sure, but he doesn’t seem to be doing a lot of good.

Nope, lots of people ae dealing with them. Although I’ve been getting around them by refreshing the Captcha immediately after completing my post.

Honestly? Maybe no harm. This seems perfectly in line with the Headmaster’s stated objectives. ‘Stop swanning about dramatically and form a sane person’s business’ is a perfectly reasonable thing to do; even if his “ulterior motive” is ‘prevent the universe from exploding’ rather than ‘get you the respect of your peers’.

PS238 is a long-running comic series by Aaron Williams that is available online  and in print .  The comic is set at the titular public school, which is a special school for children with superpowers, called metaprodigies.  Earlier this month we got an email from Sean asking us to take a look at PS238, and there are legal issues aplenty.  We’re going to start with a bit of tax.  Very minor spoilers below.

(Since we’re talking about tax, we should reiterate our disclaimer: this is a discussion of a fictional scenario, not legal advice, and does not constitute the formation of an attorney-client relationship.  If you need tax advice, hire a lawyer or an accountant.)

One of the students at PS238, Tyler Marlocke , doesn’t have superpowers, but he’s enrolled there because his superpowered parents are certain  that he’ll develop superpowers any day now.  To give him a fighting chance against the other children (particularly in gym class), the school assigns him a mentor: The Revenant, a gadget-based superhero.  During one of his training sessions he goes to the Revenant’s home, which is located above a high-end gym for people with superpowers.  The Revanant explains the unusual location thus :

Given what certain students have found on what the Headmaster is doing, I’m fairly sure that there was a lot of harm. What it is, I’m not sure, but he doesn’t seem to be doing a lot of good.

Nope, lots of people ae dealing with them. Although I’ve been getting around them by refreshing the Captcha immediately after completing my post.

Honestly? Maybe no harm. This seems perfectly in line with the Headmaster’s stated objectives. ‘Stop swanning about dramatically and form a sane person’s business’ is a perfectly reasonable thing to do; even if his “ulterior motive” is ‘prevent the universe from exploding’ rather than ‘get you the respect of your peers’.

Given what certain students have found on what the Headmaster is doing, I’m fairly sure that there was a lot of harm. What it is, I’m not sure, but he doesn’t seem to be doing a lot of good.

Nope, lots of people ae dealing with them. Although I’ve been getting around them by refreshing the Captcha immediately after completing my post.

Honestly? Maybe no harm. This seems perfectly in line with the Headmaster’s stated objectives. ‘Stop swanning about dramatically and form a sane person’s business’ is a perfectly reasonable thing to do; even if his “ulterior motive” is ‘prevent the universe from exploding’ rather than ‘get you the respect of your peers’.

PS238 is a long-running comic series by Aaron Williams that is available online  and in print .  The comic is set at the titular public school, which is a special school for children with superpowers, called metaprodigies.  Earlier this month we got an email from Sean asking us to take a look at PS238, and there are legal issues aplenty.  We’re going to start with a bit of tax.  Very minor spoilers below.

(Since we’re talking about tax, we should reiterate our disclaimer: this is a discussion of a fictional scenario, not legal advice, and does not constitute the formation of an attorney-client relationship.  If you need tax advice, hire a lawyer or an accountant.)

One of the students at PS238, Tyler Marlocke , doesn’t have superpowers, but he’s enrolled there because his superpowered parents are certain  that he’ll develop superpowers any day now.  To give him a fighting chance against the other children (particularly in gym class), the school assigns him a mentor: The Revenant, a gadget-based superhero.  During one of his training sessions he goes to the Revenant’s home, which is located above a high-end gym for people with superpowers.  The Revanant explains the unusual location thus :

I suspect you’re right about cartoon physics. The chaos debt probably accumulates while sitting in the can and is going to be a whopper once it merges with Power’s again.

See, from OUR perspective it’s obvious, because we just see the stories where the can breaks. From the characters’ perspective, though, there’s a nice period, maybe even several centuries long, where the evil’s locked away, so it’s kind of easy to downplay the inevitable badness.

Eh, the logical answer to me was get Malphast and go on a quest to take it back to the Chaos dimension his mom is from and dump it back into the Primal Chaos or how ever they can get it to go back to being a part of the plane and not in him.


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