Join the Undersecretary of Superheroics in her never-ending battle against evil. You can start by getting this manual ‘The Government Manual for New Superheroes‘ and then by registering your Superhero name and identity.
The Bureau of Superheroics Mission Statement:
To support those who take the law into their own gauntleted hands and defend the planet and its population from threats both supervillainous and alien; to administer all Governmental Regulations pertaining to Costumed Crime fighters and to provide Indispensable Guidance in Straightforward Language regarding the same; to eschew Unnecessary Capitalization wherever Practicable; and to revise and publish, from time to time, The Government Manual for New Superheroes.
Are you a Lost fan?
‘Lost Spoilers‘ has some info on a teaser one reader found in the ABC cafeteria in MGM Disney Studios while vacationing in Orlando.
Here’s the page with teaser description.
Welp, sounds like it’s a whole new ballgame…assuming this guy isn’t fibbing
Villains always lose, but let’s face it; they have more fun.
Hatching dastardly plots, almost achieving global domination, these unrepentant fiends do what they will until the Goody Two-Shoes of the world catch up with them in the final chapter. Neil Zawacki, a California-based freelance writer and secret evildoer, has concocted a sly step-by-step guide to joining the forces of darkness.
How to Be a Villain
LL Bean’s flagship store in Maine is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. An NPR producer visited them in the middle of the night and found that a lot of the people wandering among the outdoor goods in the wee hours aren’t actually shopping.
Listen to the NPR report from the 3rd shift, the ‘Lobster Shift’ at the store.
I was bumbling around the bookstore the other day looking for a good book on handguns and home defense (a different story) when I stumbled across a totally geeky book, which led to another and yet another great geeky paperback for the wannabe hero or aspiring villain.
Fellow do-gooders, I’m telling you it was a treasure trove of coolness and decided to blog about them all, starting with the one that began my little odyssey; written by non other than Dr. Metropolis himself, it’s:
How to Be a Superhero
“How to Be a Superhero: Your Complete Guide to Finding a Secret Headquarters, Hiring a Sidekick, Thwarting the Forces of Evil, and Much More!”