I keep talking about my comics, but I've never really explained them to you, largely due to paranoia, but I figure I should give some background information, at least on my main one. The basic premise of Freaks is that there's an extremely rare genetic mutation that basically codes for mutation. What this means is that it uses the human brain as a processing centre for determining favourable mutations and how to code them. As a result, people tend to end up with favourable mutations through the subconscious act of determining favourable mutations, and these end up being specific o the person. Additionally, more intelligent individuals are more likely to end up with complex mutations. This does NOT equate to sheer power. For example, the mutations which code for combustion are insanely complex, but not necessarily more powerful than a simple mutation such as an exoskeleton. Additionally, Homo meta is technically a separate species, meaning that the US government has no legal or constitutional reason to grant them human rights, and they are dehumanised thanks to warped media *coughfoxnewscough*, and the legal ramifications are so great that mutants are in constant danger, and can be put down like a rabid dog for minor crimes. Social tension builds until an organised revolution occurs, courtesy of Jack (AKA One-Eyed Jack, due to a botched assassination attempt). I'd be happy to answer any questions one may have about this, but this should help clear up some confusion.
Listening to: Cage The Elephant
Playing: ::THE GAME::