This blog is my way of opening up a dialogue about what it means to be a superhero, and the many ways superheroes manifest in our culture both in fiction and real life. I believe we all have the ability to become a hero and hope to empower people by discussing profiles of heroes, analyzing what it means to be a hero, and sharing tips and strategies to achieve superhero status.

Who Should Read This Blog:

Real life superheroes such as moms, dads, volunteers, first responders, teachers, and all others who stand up for what they believe in and think of others besides themselves.

Lovers of speculative fiction.

Comic book geeks.

Military and fitness buffs who share my superhero complex (we actually believe we can do it in the comic book sense).

Hypochondriacs. They’re a neglected market.

Artists, musicians, writers, and anyone else SANE enough to follow their passion.

Moon warbles.

People named Steve.

Astronauts, Cosmonauts, Space Cadets, Spazoids, Freakazoids, Weirdos,  and you that guy eating the cheetos. Yes you.

My mom.