2 Works in Allison/Max Thunderman
An old enemy of Hank gets into the house and renders all the heroes powerless. Max, identifying as a villain, is the only one left standing. The question is, will he finally betray his family for good, or will he fight to protect them?
17 Jun 2016
"International super villains didn't have time for guilt. If a villain stopped every time someone was hurt, every time someone suffered against their deeds––well, they wouldn't have time to continue doing evil deeds, to bring down the superheros they rivaled.
But Max did feel guilty. It was hard not to. It wasn't every day you brought about the apocalypse; and maybe the younger twin often spoke big, bragged about his plans to bring about Doomsday, walked with a self assured swagger that exuded a type of arrogance about his future plans for the word. What kind of an evil mastermind walked around, unsure of his plans, timidly sharing his ideals for the revolution?
The thing was, though, that this was an accident. He didn't know the super-virus he had so meticulously designed––so carefully fashioned, revised and planned––was going to backfire like this; he didn't know it would destroy everything he loved. His family, his friends, his girlfriend...himself."