It’s Sunday and time for your weekly, The Funnicks!

At Super Frat, it’s Your Fratoscope for July 28, 2013.

And the Quote of the Day is from James D. Hundall via

“Sci-fi is critical to superhero fiction because you need some kind of excuse for how people got superpowers and science fiction provides the most suitable means. When you delve into magic it becomes a fantasy story. The better your science sounds, the more realistic the premise of the superhero is. But of course, you need believable characterization to pull it off and stories that make sense. All of those things, together are needed to make a superhero work. Though for years bad science has been used to justify a character’s powers and writers got away with it because most people don’t have a good education in science, alas.”