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By G. Xavier Robillard

Freedom's fifteen mins are over! software program pirates! ordinarily extinct dinosaurs! vast barbarians! Crooning criminals! Captain Freedom's beat all of them, kept the area, and appeared marvelous doing it—but he could not fend off center administration. The Superhero way of life is all that Captain Freedom has ever identified. what is he alleged to do now? input politics? Write a kid's publication? Freedom's in a foul approach and he is just a stint in rehab clear of a life of superstar fact indicates. yet with the suggestions of his new existence trainer, probably Freedom can stumble in a brand new direction—even if it potential having to make peace together with his mom and dad . . . or ultimately decide to a unmarried long term archenemy.

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The West Coast Heroes hardly speak to those on the East Coast. Many years of bad blood and competition for readership. There are always a few ensemble groups, but usually the only thing that keeps them together is chemical dependency. I leave a note to my mom on my bed, one that will be easily found if I disappear. This will be the last time I don the Liberty Bill uniform. A car service waits outside my apartment. I don’t know the driver, but I see he’s got a Gotham Comix T-shirt underneath his blazer.

His name is known throughout the entire Hero universe. The two men are drinking brandy and look like they’ve been enjoying a good joke, but as I enter the room they grow somber. The Hero looks at me. I notice a pair of handcuffs dangling off his Orvis utility belt. Will the Master send me away? Master Van is Irish-American, a boxy man of fifty with sandy hair and a strong chin. He grew up in a large family and literally fought his way out of poverty. After years working in a Korean restaurant and studying the martial arts, Cleef Lee Van became Korean himself.

And I failed. Then Skip Goodwin reenters my life. He pens a searing indictment that my mom came to the Azores to distract me. With Chief Justice out of the way, he scummily theorizes, Liberty Bill can become a full-fledged Hero. He has no hard evidence, just the testimony of dozens of unnamed witnesses. I’d like to know just who these anonymous sources think they are. 30 My First Cape Before long I receive a summons from the Comics Code Authority, an independent entity beholden to no one and a frightful combination of staid government bureaucrats and nervous parents.

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