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Fiction By Andrea // 10/20/2007

For a while now I've been thinking about writing a story about superheroes. Don't ask me why, I just like them. :) But anyway, I've come to a problem. I want to use creative superpowers, but all the good ones are taken already. Witness Superman, Spiderman, The Human Torch, The Invisible Woman, The Flash, etc. Any ideas?

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Hmmm...

You could borrow mine.

Shooting hot glue from your fingertips... :P

Or the ability to timetravel.
Or have an endless supply of junk in your pockets...

Anonymous | Tue, 10/23/2007

Hot Glue

Hmmm... There's one I hadn't thought of! :)

Andrea | Tue, 10/23/2007

Well...

In an old story of mine (that I know I'll never finish) one of the characters used electricity somehow. And the other could melt through walls and was really fast in his movements. You can use those! :)
Thea

Heather | Tue, 10/23/2007

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I don't have ideas but I have a supername!

How about SuperNova? I dunno the power but it's a cool name, right?
Anna

Anonymous | Thu, 11/15/2007

Yeah

Definately a cool name! I'll have to think about that one. :)

Andrea | Thu, 11/15/2007

Here's some names, and

Here's some names, and powers!

Wynde
Wonder
Titan
Neptune
Terrain
MeltDown
Gravitron
Densiton
I could go on, and on, and on,
but these are some of my best.

Hmm. powers.

Flying
Abilities to alter your body's density
Super speed
Super stretch, (like mrs incredible)
Turning invisible
Turing into diamond
Mind reading
Controling plants

Once more, I could go on, and on, and on,
But i don't think i will. :)

Sarah | Mon, 11/19/2007

"Sometimes even to live is courage."
-Seneca

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superheroes!

I've always thought that water would be a cool super power. Granted it doesn't sound very impressive but you could control like the whole ocean. Of course that would require being near the ocean, you could always just make sure all the big fights took place near a large body of water :D
But its cool because you could control any kind of precipitation, you could take the moisture out of the air or out of plant, or even (although it would be kinda gross) you could take it out of like people and stuff, that would certainly put things in your favor. PLUS you could also control stuff like ice and snow and clouds and stuff. AND your superhero would never get dehydrated! Thats gotta be a good thing :D

Tamerah | Sat, 11/24/2007

Controling plants is good.

Controling plants is good. How about ice and water powers? I'm going to write a story about a superhero myself.

Emily-Smileygirl (not verified) | Sat, 12/01/2007

I never finish a story

I never finish a story either!

Emily-Smileygirl (not verified) | Sat, 12/01/2007

Well....

Supernova's okay......actually, it's much better than the other ones I've heard. I can't come up with any!

Emily-Smileygirl (not verified) | Sat, 12/01/2007

-NICKO-i wrote a short story

-NICKO-i wrote a short story in first grade(and it was so lame:P) but what i like is the superhero who floats on the wind. you know, he'll just be walking down a street, and his body just starts to fly away a little at a time, moving with wind caracteristics

Nick | Sun, 12/02/2007

Long Live The lords and masters of the Sith !

Soundwave!

I made her up a few years ago so I could play with my brothers. She controls sound, so she can hear anything. She is also an awesome ventriloquist, and gets around by riding on soundwaves.

In normal life she is an adopted homsechooled Catholic girl with five brothers and one other adopted older sister, who is the LizardLady, another superhero with reptile-related powers.

Deus Regnat!

Lucia | Sun, 12/02/2007

Scio, diligo, servo Deum.

sweet. :P i like that.

sweet. :P
i like that.

Sarah | Sun, 12/02/2007

"Sometimes even to live is courage."
-Seneca

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