|That taunting voice is one of his "friends" BTW.|
|They beat up on the Vice Principal as soon as he walked in|
because he looked like a villain.
2: Keiji Jasper: The effeminate and cute guy. Very gentle, loves animals, real and stuffed, children's cartoons, can do Puppy Eyes and wears a pink jacket. That cute side hides a evil personality called dark Keiji, unlocked via a cursed rubik cube. When present, he's always in a bad mood and dresses in black.
3: Hongo Wing: The dark and badass guy. He loses his temper very quickly and wears his collars up. Is also related to his uncle's Villain school across the street.
4: Ken Eraclor: The Hero and coldest one. He hides the fact that he's an unfinished Artificial Human and lives alone with his Robot Dog, Nonos 2 ("Bony 2"), since his builder abandoned him. He's very dense, never smiles, and understands things verbatim. He's fascinated by mysteries and their solving, and explain solutions while wearing typical Detective Conan glasses. Problem is, Ken is always wrong. A good reason could be that he mistakes fairy tales books with method ones.
5: Duke: ( Only One Name ) Spoof of Duke Fleed from UFO Robo Grendizer and resembles him physically. The cool guy, he plays the guitar and has a cute pet, Chibi Goldo ("Chibi Grendi", a spoof of Grendizer).
While this is a fairly typical setup for the Superhero school that's emblematic of the X-men, this is a MANGA Superhero school we're talking about here. As is typical with these things, hardly any valuable teaching time takes place. Their gym teacher is none other than Kinnikuman of Ultimate Muscle fame. In the above scan, Kinnikuman briefly mentions Kenshiro who's none other than the same uber-serious protagonist of Fist of the North Star fame. Only here, he's regulated to being the school janitor, which automatically makes him an Almighty Janitor. His distinctive face is visible on the Detective Conan cover in the penultimate panel below.
|It's all fun and games until someone takes away a pipe.|
|"Roy Bean" makes more sense if you say it|
with a French accent.
|Sadly, that's probably how I would've pronounced Cyrogenics as well.|
|Can you identify all the gang members on the left?|
In light of how ultra serious portrayal of American S-heroes with never-ending storylines have become, and how those attempts at reflecting "reality" have overshadowed the lighter funnier stuff, it seems apparent that Marvel and DC simply aren't interested in producing comics that aren't heavily male-centric with a cynical worldview. Being unable to immediately duplicate the sales successes of popular comic overseas probably has something to do with it. Their loss.