Justin Cannell is a slacker - or achievement challenged - mail room clerk at Drummond Investments. Before his wedding, to fiance Bailey Smithers, he is headed from zero to hero courtesy of an alien suit - a suit Russian agent Pavel Vadinkov tries to get out of the states, but is thwarted by federal agent McGee. If Stephen J. Cannell's The Greatest American Hero, like Hero At Large, starring John Ritter is satire; Truth, Justin and the American Way is nostalgic lampoon. Written by Aaron Williams (PS238, Full Frontal Nerdity, Nodwick), with Scott Kurtz (PvP) and fantastically illustrated by Giuseppe Ferrario, every panel and every line of dialogue over the five-issue mini-series is filled with television pop culture references from the '70's and 80's. Truth, Justin and the American Way was collected in a Season One Pilot trade paperback.
Collected in Truth, Justin, and the American Way.