Cassandra Devereux, dressed in a smartly cut black business suit, watched as the statuesque blonde shed her white, terry-cloth robe to reveal an incredibly revealing swimsuit appropriately colored with the stars and stripes of the American Flag. The photographers leaned in and quickly began to take a flurry of images as Jane Smith posed and flexed her amazonian physique for the digital lenses from in front of a gigantic blue screen.
"I must admit," the vice-mayor said watching the spectacle, "I'm a bit surprised you wanted to be part of this project Ms. Smith, given your current gubernatorial bid. This is an election year you know."
Jane Smith smiled for the cameras, showing off her perfectly straight white smile. "Of course it is. I believe in the cause for which these images are being taken and unlike Mindy Marvel's election last year, these images are completely endorsed. No tabloid rags or photo-shopping I believe they call it. I doubt my opponent will be able to use this against me without having egg on his face."
"Some would accuse you of being a hypocrite, given a great deal of the collateral damage you've supposedly caused."
Jane arched an eyebrow. "Is this also an interview Ms. Devereux?"
"Not in the least. I'm just curious what turned you onto this project." Cassandra replied.
American Hero smiled, flexing her incredible arm muscles as a photographer's assistant sprayed her down with ice cold water from a spray bottle. "Ms. Devereux I come from what has been called the 'greatest generation'. During the war, which is to say the Second World War, American citizens had ration cards. We had to give up our luxuries, work hard both to continue production and to keep up morale both at home and abroad and everyone pitched in. Everyone. Can you imagine Americans pitching in today? Hell, people get upset when they don't get a check from the government because they're too obese or lazy to get a job. Ration cards today would result in riots and civil unrest and the administration that tried would be demonized for all time. The people who've now gotten their hands on the apparatus of the American State would rather rule in Hell than live in peace with the rest of us. They will happily reduce Western civilization to stinking pile of rubble and corpses as long as they believe that they will be the ones sitting on top of the ruins. Why? Because a free and prosperous people cannot be enslaved. They must be broken first. Laid waste, just as Machiavelli prescribed so long ago...I do apologize, I went off on a bit of a rant there."
Jane looked sheepishly at the deputy mayor who just shrugged smiling.
"It's just how passionately I get about these topics." American Hero continued, "If I can help give back to the city for the damages caused by criminal rampages, damages against small business owners and hard-working citizens, just by taking off some of my clothing well I am 100% in support of it to answer your question."
Cassandra adjusted her small frame glasses. "I hear that even the Soviet Superwoman is going to be helping out with this project."
Jane Smith nodded. "I think she's kind of a weasel, myself...Olga and our current President are worshipers in the same pew as Stalin, Castro, Mao, and Pol Pot. They all bow before the same altar of power for power’s sake...but she's got an awfully good PR agent apparently and in the end we may not see eye to eye on damn near anything...values – honor, duty, love of family, reverence for our Creator... save one: We're both in the business of saving lives, Cassandra. That's a responsibility we have to take pretty seriously despite our rocky history together. What's going to be projected behind me Sugah?" Jane directed her last comment at the head photographer, the words dripping honey from her Georgian accent.
"It's going to display different murals of the Amercian flag." the man responded.
Jane acknowledged her approval and directed her attention back to Cassandra. "I hear a lot of the heroines here in Angel Falls are participating, which can only further assist the community."
"Mayor Quimby and I are certainly glad you feel this way and wish you good luck with your further political ambitions." Cassandra smiled.
Jane winked peeling off her American Hero mask. "You tell the Mayor that I known he's a registered voter and I look forward to his support."
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