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  • A one, a two, a one two three four…

    • Kid Chaos

      Shuffle off to Buffalo? 😜

  • Marika Oniki

    Aaand now the shoe’s on the other foot. Also, Hector’s head.

  • Francisco

    So she’s going to dance on his head and sing? LOL

  • Mechwarrior

    That lady is so dead.

  • Andrew Cole

    I was right/and you were wrong/and now I dance on your head

  • Sendaz

    And the Dancing on the Head fad grows.

  • Rens

    Someone’s head is about to get danced on.

  • Dean

    I think my favourite element on this page is Azra’s obliviousness to the byplay between Alison and Hector. Maybe she has bad reception at her end, or she might think that Alison’s drunk.

    • Tylikcat

      …or she has no idea how to respond, so she’s just pretending she didn’t see anything. I mean, she’s already super excited that PINTSIZE is coming work with her…er, them. Now she’s calling him and there’s Megagirl, and the two of them are all clowning around. (Honestly, I bet she has a secret fangirl heart, and is all “OMG, that was so adorable!!”)

  • Dartangn

    HAH. Alright, this was one of the better gags in this series.

  • Darkoneko Hellsing

    “Hahaha it’s my turn to dance on your heaaaaad !”

  • Ganurath

    I suppose the ability to fly makes dancing on his head less hazardous than previously assumed.

  • zarawesome

    Careful with that soft skull, Ali.

  • ∫Clémens×ds

    One of the least remarkable changes occurring at the same time as the rise of superpowered people was the tendency for walls to switch colors at random. Obviously it baffled scientists for years, but it had been the better part of a decade now, and nobody really cared anymore.

    Also: Alison, I feel like you get less credit for dancing the I-told-you-so dance because Hector was never against the idea of helping science, he was just terrible at it. When he did the dance it was because it took you this long to realize you can’t be the strongest person in the world and still only do normal social work. That’s one earned.

    Also your gross shoes are normal sized stop ruining his hair you unfashionable show-off.

    • MrSokar

      Pintsize has had a lot of free time lately, installing color changing walls seem a good use of time. Plus a great bonus for his private one man dance parties.

  • Samara2Q13

    There it is!

  • zathura

    hahahaha poetic justice is poetic 🙂

  • Abel Undercity

    To quote the Sage: BWAH-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA!

  • Emmy

    Laughed out loud at last panel!

  • Clint Swindle


  • Zinc

    Awesome. I’m betting Hector would be too excited about Alison flying to care about anything else that just happened.

  • Insanenoodlyguy

    I thought she was going to use a finger. Well played Alison.

  • Mael

    Counter Head-Dance!

  • Nathanaël François

    You had it coming Hector.

    • Abel Undercity

      Please, no tango. I don’t think Hector’s skull is up to it. 🙂

  • りゅ

    Of man Friday is going to be good. those feet

  • Bandersnatch

    Oh, this is gonna be good. 🙂

  • Sergio Le Roux

    … now I dance on your head!

  • He’s going to end up on Patrick’s list, isn’t he?

    Also, that last panel? GENIUS.

    • you mean the conspiracy’s list?

      • I mean the list Patrick keeps of the Conspiracy’s victims.

    • I’ve been fearing that since last page… Superpowers/superscience used for the general good… that’s what Patrick’s conspiracy was about…

  • Natsumeg

    Tap. Look Pintsize, I can fly!

  • Pol Subanajouy

    And now we get to see the best use of the power of flight. Everyone, we can all go home.
    Again. I don’t know how. Like…go deeper inside your home? Go into the basement if you have one?

  • Roman Snow

    It looks like a lot of people totally called “dancing on Hector’s head.”

  • James Holman

    Haha! Dance Alison DANCE!

  • sonoferis

    That last frame just made my day. LOL. Cannot wait for Friday’s punchline!

  • R.Nav

    And now the shoe is on the other head :3

  • Silenceaux

    This chapter is just wall to wall angels dancing on pinheads isn’t it?

  • Some guy

    The best part about the last panel is that Alison’s shoes are probably filthy.

  • Damon


    I wonder if Pintsize is experiencing growth in his powers as well. Sub-atomic? Growing larger?

  • Jonas G

    The revenge is strong in this one!

  • 3-I

    Dammit, Alison, I JUST said you couldn’t do that.

  • Mat

    Haha, and so many of us thought dancing on his head would be impossible

  • “Now I dance on your head!”

  • Lance Allen

    That last panel. We all saw it coming, but it’s so gratifying.

    • MrSokar

      And so much less head crushing then expected.

  • lizasweetling

    dancing on you head~~ dancing on your head~~!

    unexpected perks of the power of flight.

    also, is she blushing or does she just look like that?

  • Daniel Vogelsong

    Hey, a shrinking ego! His powers HAVE evolved!

  • Tony Lower-Basch

    If only she knew a catchy song to go along with this feeling of complete vindication!

  • Alex Kleine

    Time for Alison’s turn to dance

  • bryan rasmussen

    it’s pretty lucky Al can fly now.

  • Thunder

    So Hector has his own project in the works. Good for him.

    Also, own up to it dude. You can’t make something like the “Dancing on Your Head” song and not expect other people to use it against you when they have the chance.

  • Unillustrated


  • MisterTeatime

    There is no emoticon for how much I’m grinning right now.

  • SumoFrog

    Last panel makes me so happy.

  • MisterTeatime

    … wait, graduate student? You mean Hector has been running a government-sponsored superhero team since like ninth grade and he got a bachelor’s degree somewhere in there? Holy shit, this guy’s even more awesome than I thought.

    • Tylikcat

      Or they decided to accept him based on lifetime experience (or award him a bachelor’s based on experience) – it’s not common, but it happens. And having an absolutely unique skillset probably makes it a lot more likely to happen.

    • he also got trained as a pilot for urban environments in some sort of hovercraft and learned enough science to make all these observations during the fight with Cleaver. He is very awesome. Just naive

  • Joseph Cox

    Oh that sweet turnaround.

  • motorfirebox


  • Markus

    My prediction dump had the words “graduate student” in it. I’m counting this as a win.

  • Meghan

    Well I mean I guess there’s ethical considerations about dating your graduate professor but I DON’T CARE LOOK AT THOSE ADORABLE BLUSHES.


    • Tylikcat

      lalala! This is entirely academic flirting! Which is different!*

      * Actually, sometimes it’s a lot more different than I’d like it to be – I’m way better at getting good interviews than hot dates.

    • Kid Chaos

      Ship it! Ship it good! 😍

    • joe

      I’ll take a first class ticket! Also Al makes for a hilarious pseudo-sibling

    • Johan

      All onboard people !!

    • Francisco

      I don’t see that. I suspect the professor thinks she’s interrupting a private moment between Hector and Alison.

      I just had a more worrying thought: What if the professor is a shipper on deck for those two?

    • MrSokar

      Ethically wonky, though the last person I knew who started dating his professor just recently proposed to her.

      • Meghan

        … my ex girlfriend married her thesis advisor.

        • Tylikcat

          It does happen. Increasingly it’s *really* not supposed to happen, and some departments have rules to make sure that it doesn’t happen (for instance “okay, fine, you’re dating, but someone else is not your thesis advisor, and your new SO isn’t on your committee, either”) but old boys club rules basically treat female grad students as the preserve of male faculty (rather less any other way around) and as one might notice if one has been paying attention to academic scandals, old boys club rules can be slow to root out.

          Especially since and awful lot of people in positions of power perceive themselves as having a vested interest in not rooting them out. (I think we just have to shift that balance so that they realize they have an even stronger interest in getting the hell rid of this stuff, but hey.)

          Of course, my mother was my father’s second wife, and while not his graduate student, she was his employee at the time he started dating her. (He was still married, though reportedly the marriage was pretty far on the rocks. Uh… really, considering my family, this is filed under “don’t know, don’t really care.”)

  • Arkone Axon

    One: so many of you guys called it! Nice job!
    Two: I’m guessing that Hector didn’t study in secret in the previous decade so much as he threw himself headlong into science and found he had an unexpected knack for it once he realized he had something to prove to himself and others.
    Three: The only thing better than being hot for teacher is teacher being hot for you. ^.^

  • Hunter B

    Hm. I started Chapter 1 a few days ago and now I’m sad. But on a different note… Hi everybody! Been reading the comments as I’ve been going through the pages and oh boy I’m happy to be caught up with you. Now you all have to be my friends!

    • Tylikcat

      Oo, the shiny new is still on this one.

  • knew it. Did he know she could fly?

    Also, he better tell her how rude she was. Not yell at her, but at least complain and make her apologize

    • mehc012

      Still don’t think she was actually rude. He accidentally took a video call in front of a guest, and didn’t seem to be able to let the other party know there was an observer. I think it would have been ruder to continue *semi-eavesdropping*.

      • Good point. I still think she should have either waited for him to introduce her or at least waited for a lull in the conversation to pipe in. It’s more polite that way

    • SeveredNed

      From what I could tell it seems that it is pretty much public knowledge that the powers of everyone were evolving as they all get older. Even if that fact was somehow still hidden, Alison has also been very public with her flight, using it to do thing like rescue hikers and people from burning buildings.
      So I would say it’s safe to assume most of the general populace would of seen some news article or another about her flying. And Hector seems the type to keep tabs on what his old teammates are up to.

  • Iarei

    “The most supportive!” . . . she exclaimed, while leaning heavily on his neck and shoulders.

  • so they are specifically looking for -free- energy. Yep, conspiracy is so going after them. Pintsize, you should stay away from shady doctors, cars, taxis, restaurants, rural areas, alleyways, gun ranges, hockey matches and any other places where you could have little “accidents”. Also, never go somewhere alone or go through a densely packed crowd. And stay wary of everyone except Allison.

  • Preacher John

    Bwahahahahaha! I wanna hear Alison’s “Dance on your head” song!

  • dragonus45

    Who want’s to take bets Hector doesn’t survive the next couple of chapters.

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  • Dave M

    Love the whole vibe here. Especially the siblings vibe between Alison & Hector, and Alison doing the whole “supportive big sister who’s embarrassing you in front of the girl you like” act. And the head dancing, who doesn’t love the head dancing. 🙂

  • Ars Fan

    I think there’s a possibility that the status quo conspiracy, if it exists, would be a-ok with humans solving their energy issues. They knocked off all of the folks who could really change the world. did they do this because they wanted things to stay as they were or because they wanted a human race that wasn’t reliant on the enhanced to solve their problems?

  • J.Crowe

    Calling it now, I don’t trust HALO.