Missy Meyer

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Missy Meyer is an American author and cartoonist, known for her "Valentine and Hart" book series about Sarah Valentine. She also appears as character in the webcomic Basic Instructions, written by her husband Scott Meyer.


We could be Villains (2014)[edit]

The story is set in an alternative universe where superheroes exist. Sarah Valentine is nearly 30 and works in a game company designing marketing material. She runs into company internal mail delivery boy Nate. Nate and Sarah share a common dislike towards the "good" superheroes, who tend not to value civilian lives. When Sarah gets captured, Nate comes to the rescue. He turns out to be part of Doctor Oracle, a bigger organization fighting superheroes. Sarah joins the villains, making things right where superheroes are wrong.

Unsung Villains (2015)[edit]

Sarah and Nate are now part of the team heading the super secret Doctor Oracle organization. Sarah's first job leading her own mission is to obtain information from a superhero with a usual power: foresight. This turns into a race against the clock to prevent a huge disaster caused by several teams of superheroes who didn't think their plans through.

Holiday Doodles[edit]

A daily webcomic combining two or more strange and obscure holidays, posted online and on GoComics since 2013.

Personal life[edit]

Missy lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband Scott Meyer.

Missy in Basic Instructions[edit]

One of the characters in the web comic Basic Instructions is modeled after Missy. In the comic (and in real life) she is married to Scott Meyer, the lead character of the comic. She's usually depicted outsmarting Scott, often in a slightly condescending tone.

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