Just some guy who wants to be a “super hero” so he can wear the costume and reap the benefits of seeming important while doing as little work as possible. Pretty much the prototypical modern American male.
Where did he get his powers from?
He doesn’t really have any powers. If it appears like he does it’s probably because he’s dreaming.
Well then, in his dreams, what does he use his powers for?
Getting what he wants (beer, girls, chicken nuggets, whatever).
Does Whatever Man have any enemies?
I think there are a couple guys in the comic who follow the super villain trope, but they’re featured more as vignettes and don’t really interact with WM. If they do happen to cross paths they’re almost always victorious because Whatever Man sorta sucks at combat.
Who knows about Whatever Man?
Like his actual identity? Everyone, he can’t be bothered to wear a mask.
What happens next?
He tries to get a publishing deal and eventually optioned for a cartoon series or full-length feature that flops. Or just a free beer at the very least.
It’s apparently a big thing in Japan for girls to dress alike to show off their friendship or something. Thanks to forward-thinking by a hardworking exec, grown-up girls who are friends and also fans of lingerie and Disney’s Frozen, now have the opportunity to wear matching Frozen-themed bras that change color when the girls touch. Are you still reading this?
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Well, that’s roughly the math for Fonderie 47’s $195,000 “Inversion Principle” watch. For each timepiece sold, 1,000 AK-47’s in Africa are destroyed. To add a certain bravado to the project, some of these weapons end up reappearing as part of an assault-grade steel plate in the watch itself. Tough stuff if you can afford it.
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