The girls are home and in one piece, but they are by no means safe! St. John Duvall is hatching an even bigger plot and Liedecker is prepping a bigger counter. At the conclusion of Generations Aflame, it looks like things are just getting started for the Liedecker Institute!
Now that Liedecker is aware of the mounting consequences of his actions, he has no choice but to come to the table with Wosniak. The meeting they have will change his life forever. Continue reading
Maya and the gang meet the Akagis and introduce the newest member of their group. Meanwhile, Liedecker has a little talk with a certain fake FBI agent. Continue reading
Vincent’s plan succeeds, but can he manage to keep his composure as the consequences of his actions begin to mount? Continue reading
Two months after his father’s death, Vincent sets in motion his plan for vengeance. And the first step is going among mad people. Continue reading
Vincent mourns the loss of his father and begins to think of methods of vengeance. Continue reading
Some time has passed since Vincent Liedecker’s first brush with criminal activity, and if fate were kind, it would have been his last. But a trajedy lurks on the horizon for the Favored Son that will lead him to a new path, the path of the Apprentice. Continue reading
the saga of the Dryad comes to an end and the repercussions reach the ears of Vincent Liedecker.. What will the master of the Mayfield Underground do with this knowledge? And who was it that took the genetic samples from the Dryad’s flower? Continue reading
Prom the pages of Liedecker Academy comes a new series with a new focus and a new enemy with a new plot. Issue 2: A reluctant Maya takes her first powers class, with surprising results. Continue reading
Some time ago, I wrote a blog on image songs and assigned them to the core cast of Descendants. In the interest of retreading the same old thing with a new face, I’m doing the same again with some of the series’s iconic bad guys.
Vincent Liedecker – Johnny Cash – Man in Black
Though remembered as a country singer, Johnny Cash was way more of a rock star, especially when you look at the messages in his songs. Mercy Seat is anti-death penalty for example, far more progressive than what most would think of when they think ‘country. The same can be said of Man in Black, a protest song advocating for the poor, downtrodden and victims of injustice.
In a superhero comic context, it isn’t hard to see another allegory in the song; the classic story of a hero who needs to be seen as a villain for the public’s own good. And from his point of view, this is the story of Vincent Liedecker.
As will become more evident when the Liedecker: Life and Times Part 2 starts running, but Liedecker took such through control of criminal activity in Mayfield to put down the uncontrolled violence … Continue reading