What if you had the power to save the world when no one else could? Seems like being a superhero would be the ideal way to live, unless of course you have to cope with the pressure of all that responsibility.
Having the weight of the world on your shoulders could lead to headaches, depression, and maybe even impotence, especially if you have no one to talk to. Screenwriter Matt Oates (Wasted) and actor Josh Cooke (Better With You, I Love You, Man) were tired of the superhero films that never addressed the issues of how hard it is to keep peace in the city when no one knows what you’re going through.
Issues, a new animation/live-action hybrid, debuting on Crackle this month, features the voices of Seth Green and Ron Livingston, among others. Script sat down with the co-creators to find out how much time on the couch it takes to keep a superhero saving lives.
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