He's a man, but just barely - he lacks that essence of humanity that is associated with laughter. And he's made of angles, and sharp lines, and needless cruelty, and edged sarcasm. It makes him pur...
Bob angsts over his various lost jobs he had before Insuricare.
One very fractured fairytale.
So near and yet so far. The joy of being a telepath is that even accross country, your loved ones are as close as you think. Best if read following "Only Letters" and/or "Something New".
Because we all abhor weddings. Edna discovers there are some things even Superness will not overcome. Best if read after "Only Letters".
Karl gets a crash course on becoming both an American and a civilian. Sadly, some scars never fully heal. Best if read after "War Stories" and following fics.
Edna writes home about a few things, c.1947. Sometimes all we have left are words on paper.
Xerek uncovers Karl's dirty little secret. Literally. Best if read after "War Stories" and other fics following.
Everyone has one or two in their closet. Karl has over 300. Best if read after "Hinsight" and/or "War Stories".
A sort of companion piece to "Knew Her When". Some insight and history on contemporary and fellow super "Okulus". Some super powers have some very interesting side effects.
There was no such thing as a drivers liscense in 1920.
A little backstory on Edna, her family, and what happened before the movie.
Bob Parr: the man who would become Mr. Incredible. Buddy Pine: boy who would become SnydromeThis is their history, from the debut of Mr. Incredible, to the the rejection of "Incrediboy".
A missing scene that takes place right after "Jack Jack Attack" Syndrome tries to calm down Jack Jack.