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Powernaut: 1941 1944 1954 1955 2005 (with Stories) 2009 (with Stories) 2011 (with Stories) .
Powernaut 1955: 1 2 .
PowerTEEN MEETS PAULA POWER!
Hello, my Power Patrol! Welcome to more of my 1955 adventures - with the origin of Paula Power!
(signed) The Powernaut!
I think it's horrible that your class trip was allowed to roam a fairground unsupervised. You obviously got in trouble with that bully, and the young ladies of your class were placed in danger. Where were the responsible adults?
(signed) Miss Regina G., Bachelorette of Arts in Education
Dear Miss Regina,
I don't blame my teachers for anything. Even in Power City where we have one teacher for every fifteen students, the teachers can't keep track of everything. I'm sure the girls' chaperone was there with them, just not standing right next to the villains so she couldn't protect anyone. And my teacher doesn't always intervene in bully fights even if he sees them, because he thinks we should be strong for ourselves. Maybe in the future we'll have even better teachers and supervisors than what Power City has now. And fewer bullies!
Thanks for writing!
I am finally making a follow-on series. I almost always knew I would for either 1955 or 2005. I'm treating this like I do for my multi-part series. This is Powernaut 1955 Part 2, and it continues the series numbering - just like the comics would have back then.
I'd been wondering what order to put 1955 follow-on stories in. Paula Power decided that when she made it into Powernaut 1962.
I'm pretty sure I can commit to putting out a four-issue series by the end of June 2013. I fueled the series with artwork over my recent vacation, because I am obsessive-compulsive and because cartooning in public is easier than writing travelogs in public. And holiday weekends are *extra* production time for me. The way my Race Day weekend is going, the main challenge will be to not finish the whole thing by Monday. I love long weekends and *not* traveling.
This series will make an excellent Free Powernaut Comic Day handout for 2014. I can't really recommend it as a cost-effective marketing gimmick yet, but it did seriously bump the Powernaut up in my website's own rankings for June - even past my Silly Towns list. And Free Powernaut Comic Day is a lot more fun than handing out the Powernaut's business cards.
(signed) Scott Eiler, June 2013.
All artwork and characters in this fiction are copyright © 2013 by Eiler Technical Enterprises.