Questions 3: Time to Be a Hero

Ochaco Uraraka from My Hero Academia (My son’s request)

I may have done this in the past, but I thought I’d try it again.  These are always fun and maybe people can get a character out of it.  Nice to do a simple thing like this at the end of a long week.

  1. What power would you have as a superhero?
  2. What kind of hero would you be?  (Noble, Anti, Bully, Crying, Nervous, etc.)
  3. What type of crime would you focus on stopping?

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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14 Responses to Questions 3: Time to Be a Hero

  1. Ack. I would probably want to be like Reed Richards. I like his power and his smarts. As for the third question, I have no idea.


  2. C.E.Robinson says:

    Charles, I’ll join the fun. I love the movie, Guardians of the Galaxy. And I’d like to have Gamora’s (Super Powers). She’s the deadliest woman in the galaxy. She was raised to be a living merciless and ruthless weapon. She has physical abilities far beyond those of humans. She is also a skilled tactician, possesses agility, durability and stamina. She would focus on fighting to keep the team safe from intruders, animal and alien (Noble, perhaps?). She’d go up against whatever (Crime) came up in the galaxy. Plus she can fly! 📚Christine


  3. As a superhero, I think if limited to one power, it would be superhuman strength?
    I think I would be the noble hero—friends of those who have no friends.
    I would focus on stopping the abuse of kids and animals. I would scare the perpetrators into quitting for the rest of their life. (pulverize a brick with one hand and threaten to do that to their head if they touch the kid or animal again.)


  4. Great post, Charles.
    For my superpower, I’ve always been intrigued by time travel. I guess I would tend toward being a noble superhero. I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of traveling back in time to prevent horrific events from happening. Many have written about this, including me. The interesting dilemma is dealing with the consequences of changing the past. The ramifications for the future might be worse than the event itself.


    • Thanks. I’m always on the fence about time travel. I can imagine changing the past can easily erase most of not all modern people. They’d exist as other people, so the time traveler would either cease exist or return to become an outsider. This is why I’m iffy on adding it to stories.

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