Even superheroes die

Batman is over 75, as is Superman. Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four are into their fifties – these are immortal superheroes – UltraBoy isn’t immortal (for proof see my posting about the St Peter’s Way Ultra). UltraBoy therefore needs to extend out his superhero team – yes we have ThunderPad aka Thai and UltraPuppy aka Indigo – but what UltraBoy really needs is a successor to the cape. So in a few months time I will begin training that successor, who you may have heard me describe as Project: ThunderClunge but probably better known as UltraBaby

1 comment
  1. mia79gbr said:

    We will be expecting a description of UltraBaby’s awesome superhero costume complete with cape! And big CONGRATS!!!

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