A Superhero...maybe. Several years ago, near the fabled Qumran Caves, a tiny baby boy was left outside the weathered wooden door of an ascetic brotherhood sanctuary. Only a note pinned to the thin blanket gave a clue in one word to his origin…ANAK. Sickly, spindly, left for the hope of a proper burial when the baby’s flame flickered and went out. But the Essenes saw all things as providence and nurtured the boy in the rituals and diet of the order. Daily, he ate the unsproute
Helena starpattern is the last of the nachthexen-night witches. She flys the sky above lower east side in manhattan that was known as "little germany". her lineage was decimated by the sinking of the steamer, general slocum. her grandmother died in the disaster, but used her last moon energy to float her mother away from the burning ship. She uses a vintage broom just for the image, not for flying, because she is drawn to the sky when the moon rises. This power came from her
I wanted to start the first post with a twist on the plan to write a superhero each day by introducing a sister/brother team. They are grade school age from a Quaker family and are known as the "Legitimates". Still working on the origin of the superhero nickname. They are fraternal twins that have an overdeveloped super polarity. The boy has a negative charge and the girl, of course, is positive. By standing on opposite sides of a criminal, they create a force field that incr
Sounds easy enough, right? I mean, just look at the MArvel or DC encyclopedias (I have one signed by the great stan lee). Lots of room for 365 new good and bad guys and girls.
It went smoothly until about February, first of march. But fortunately, I thought of a group, the planet people, and i started to get ideas again. I added three of them to the sequel to "girl wanted: apply in person". And I branched out my super mind and made "smoke", "granite" and "teak", three sister