It appears that our friendly Supers have taken up another cause to save the planet, this time from the evils of car pollution. At two recent incidents a team of Supers arrived on the scene in a Eco-Friendly Van, covered in what appeared to be various forms of plant life.
“I had just fled from the Chicken Hutt, when this van suddenly pulled up in front of the store. It was covered in what looked like various forms of moss,” explained Dale Smartson. Dale Smartson is a shift manager at the Chicken Hutt.
“The bank was being robbed, and then this green covered van pulled up in front and a bunch of Supers jumped out,” said Betty Hartleton, a bank manager at the local bank.
From these descriptions it appears that the team of Supers, and maybe other teams, is using some form of Photosynthesis to power their vehicles. This would mean that the Bureau of Super Heroes (BosH) is trying to find more eco-friendly means of transportation to help with the environment, as opposed to using the gas guzzlers we have seen used by other Supers, and more notoriously the evil Supers.
While it has always been considered not very feasible that photosynthesis would provide enough power for an automobile, maybe through the use of Super-Science the Bureau has found a way to make it efficient enough for automobiles. Although they may still be in the testing phase of a prototype of the Green Mobile, since so far only one Green Mobile has been seen in public.
John Smith, spokesman for the Bureau, said “The Bureau and its teams of Supers are committed to protecting the Earth in all manners including through ecologically friendly means.” He would not comment any further on the Green Mobile, saying, “we cannot disclose anything about the specifics of our teams of Supers.”
We here at The Tattler hope that the new Green Mobile will become standard issue for Supers and maybe someday it will become available to the general public as well.