What is Super Siblings?

Super Siblings is the BEST family comic strip dedicated to geeks and their kids. Super Siblings was created by comic cartoonist Patrick Scullin. In the tradition of Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson, Super Siblings follows the adventures of the Clark family. The Clark children have super powers. 12-year-old Conrad, a.k.a. Scout, uses his powers for good while his 10-year-old sister Courtney, a.k.a. Banshee, uses hers for bad. What’s more– neither knows the other’s secret identity. This fact gives new meaning to the phrase “sibling rivalry” because more than just rivals at home, Conrad and Courtney have unwittingly become archenemies. James and Donna the kids parents, are both powerless and clueless and spend their time dealing with the pressures of modern life.

Super Siblings the online web comic:

Each week new Super Siblings comic strips are posted here that continue the antics of the Clark family. This slice of life satire on modern family life is sure to entertain both geeks and their kids.

Super Siblings the comic book:

Super Siblings the comic book features the ongoing adventures of Scout and Banshee, alter egos of Conrad and Courtney Clark. In typical fashion Banshee uses her powers to satisfy her own selfish desires forcing mild mannered Scout to take action and set things right. These light hearted and silly stories will entertain both geeks and their kids. Read the comics online for free or purchase pdf or print copies to enjoy.

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Meet the Clarks: 

Conrad Clark – Boy Hero, The ScoutSuper powered goodie two-shoes. Conrad does what he’s told and is a model student who secretly defends Bay City as its boy hero the “Scout.” Still a kid, Conrad is naïve and a bit clumsy but always ready to uphold right from wrong which usually leads to a confrontation with his kid sister Courtney.
Courtney Clark – Evil Phantom, The BansheeSuper powered bad girl. Courtney is brilliant, talented and always looking out for number one. Using her powers, she secretly plagues Bay City as its pesky pint-sized phantom, the “Banshee.” Courtney does her best to get what she wants at the expense of others, especially her know-it-all older brother Conrad.
James Clark – Geek DadJames is a thirty-something geek dad who has absolutely no super abilities. He’s a responsible husband and father but still a kid at heart. He’d rather watch a Star Trek marathon or attend a comic book convention than watch the Super Bowl. He thinks his kids are super but has no clue that his kids are “super” powered.
Donna Clark – Perfect MomDonna is a pretty, intelligent and dedicated mom with absolutely no super abilities. She is an attentive wife and mother that to a fault, looks for the best in everyone. She cares for her children including her biggest kid James. Always ready with a kiss and a smile she thinks her kids are super but doesn’t suspect that they are “super” powered.
Phineas Clark – Retired Hero, the CaptainPhineas is a vintage hero and defender of life and liberty. He is Conrad and Courtney’s grandpa and James’s father. He is bright and dedicated but a bit absent minded. Having never revealed his secret identity, his family assumes he’s nothing more than your average doting grandfather. Strong but showing his age, he’s started to lose his super hearing and requires a super hearing aid. Ironically after years of marriage to Delilah, he has never suspected that she is actually his arch nemesis the “Wraith.” Considering the abilities of his grandkids, it seems that super powers skip a generation.
Delilah Clark – Resigned Rogue, the WraithDelilah is a vintage villainess and queen of crime. Delilah is Conrad and Courtney’s grandma and James’s mother. She is proud, devoted and has very high expectations. Having never revealed her secret identity, her family assumes she’s nothing more than your average doting grandmother. Even though she’s a retired diabolical diva she’s apt to use her seductive powers of mind-control, especially when indulging her grandchildren. Ironically after years of marriage to Phineas, she has never suspected that he is actually her archenemy the “Captain.” Considering the abilities of her grand kids, it seems super powers skip a generation.