Your significant other should always give you a true answer... Even if it hurts...
The vigilante Shade Feather failed to stop a mercenary from blowing up an apartment building, and she hasn't stopped thinking about it. The hero, E-Mo, who is also her boyfriend in their real lives, finds her after the incident. Being a hero isn't all fun and games, and it's a hard lesson to learn...
Sadly, some kids can't reach their dreams. Not because they don't want to, but because their bodies can't keep up. But this doesn't mean their passion will ever fade.
This is the first issue of an all new series by Nick M.: Steel Eagle! Be introduced to an all new hero who has a tougher grit than most, and a will made of steel! Stay tuned for more action with this avian hero!
Being a hero who uses gadgets has its own dangers when MAKING the gadgets!
Kids seem to get away with watching anything these days...
Nick M., the creator of "#problemsofacollegesuperhero" and "#secretsofacollegesuperhero" has a quick announcement for all of his dear readers.
The studious sleuths go out on a camping trip, what spooky stories will be told around their campfire?
Even though our normal heroes have been around for years, there are still others who have worn a mask for longer, and they are so cool!
E-Mo is not a people person, especially when he is talking with the teenage hero Tentagreen!
The arachnid hero Poison-Spider has been cloned! But by who? And why does his clone look more like a spider!?
The studious sleuths' favorite show got cut from the network! How will they spend their afternoons now?!
The anti-hero Shade-Feather has made a grave mistake. Will she continue her punishing ways, or will she tuly learn what it means to be a hero?
Staying safe right now means keeping your distance, kids may have trouble understanding that.
For heroic couples, sometimes simple is better.
Our studious sleuths have opened up their own lemonade stand, but their sweet victory turned sour instead.
Ancient, evil, armor-sealed wizards should never be trusted, there's a reason they're sealed away.