SponsoredThis Is The Hero Treatment MVP Steph Curry DeservesCraig Lowell for State Farm6/09/15 11:55amFiled to: State Farm NBAState Farmcomicinteractive04EditPromoteShare to KinjaGo to permalink This season’s runaway MVP, Stephen Curry, first came on the scene as a college superstar with one of the sweetest shooting strokes in the country. But it’s his basketball IQ and mastery of the assist that make him worthy of superhero status in his very own comic book. Advertisement You can’t always see the brain power at work behind Curry’s flawless assists (that’s what makes them flawless) — but graphic designer and Boom Studios illustrator Chris Visions had no trouble unleashing the young guard’s studied approach onto the pages of the comic book below. Click through to see Curry’s prowess in action.The basketball court isn’t the only place the Curry family has made their mark. Stephen’s twin brother, State Farm agent Sebastian Curry, has put his own capacity for knowledge to good use by assisting clients in need. With a master’s in Disaster and a Ph.D. in Calamity, Sebastian continues the family tradition of racking up assists in high-pressure situations. Advertisement The Curry brothers have already earned recognition for their artful assists, but, like the agents at State Farm, they understand knowledge is a never-ending journey. Contact your local State Farm agent today to learn how you can benefit from their intelligent assistance.Chris Visions is a Virginia-based artist who has worked as a video-game concept artist, graphic designer, and illustrator. His love for comics and illustration allows him to lend his voice to all these fields. Chris currently creates comics with Boom! Studios, notably “Dead Letters” with Chris Sebela (April 2014). His other clients include Cartoon Network, Velocity Comics, and Mariner Media.Craig Lowell is a Brooklyn-based writer. His work has appeared in Sports Illustrated, NBA TV, TheFanHub, TheSportsPost, and the North Adams Transcript.The NBA and individual NBA member team identifications are trademarks and copyrighted designs and/or other forms of intellectual property that are the exclusive property of NBA Properties, Inc. and the respective NBA member teams and may not be used, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of NBA Properties, Inc. © 2015 NBA Properties, Inc. All Rights Reserved.This post is a sponsored collaboration between State Farm and Studio@Gawker.