Well, as the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end,” – and so it is with Episode V of “The MisAdventures of Super-Duper Cooper.” But don’t despair, Episode VI will make its appearance, hopefully in the not too distant future. It will be titled “Carpetbagger Vengeance Full Throttle” and it will be based upon a true story… my experiences on the Duke University campus in 2010 when a malicious and premeditated attempt was made to have me arrested for the crime of being a Nifong supporter.
The next time the A.G. dons his cape, cowl, and buccaneer boots to protect the North Carolina tenet of “selective justice based on Class and Color,” will be in Episode VII, as of yet untitled. If you think Episode V was action packed, you’d better hold onto your hats for a pitched battle of the ages… and there is a good likelihood that Dame Justice will be in on the fray in that one.
In following a request by commenter guiowen, I have begun a new tradition with the strip, in which I will now depict faces of individuals in cameo roles or with speaking parts, such as I did with guiowen’s character in Part 17 of Super-Duper Cooper. Individuals need only to send me by e-mail a photo. (email@example.com) The more views and expressions sent will provide a better chance of capturing the likeness of the person. There is also the opportunity for people to be placed on wanted posters in Cooper’s office… it just requires a frontal and profile photograph.
Any other information provided by the individual can be helpful, for example alumni of a specific college may be outfitted in clothing sporting that school’s logo.
Future episodes will continue to include post-strip commentary to provide the best educational experience possible for the strip’s viewers. In the near future, I do plan on uploading a version of Episode V on YouTube for the reading impaired.
Thank you for your interest in this educational comic strip, and know that I welcome all feedback.
Below is a Link to the final installment of Episode V. Enjoy.