You're more than welcome. It is always a joy to see the work you do.
In regards to my hero's ability to fly, I had thought of an outward piece of equipment as well as appendages (wings), and neither seemed like a good idea. The thought I had was a cross between Captain America and Superman. The story I had was a young man whose father was exposed to a radioactive material with mutagenic properties in an attempt to produce a better soldier. It didn't work on the father, but those abilities manifested in the son, who wound up with increased physical abilities.
I did have a thought in writing this: what if he gained limited abilities to manipulate energy, such as magnetism or electricity? That would give him the ability of flight as well as other abilities to differentiate him from the heroes I've been inspired by. What do you think?
Brien, Thank you so much for your kind reviews on Lulu.com. You've been such a great friend to me here & your advise has helped make my stories better. I always look forward seeing your work & try not to miss anything you post because it's always so excellent. Take care & God bless, my friend.
Thanks for the comment in my "Batfink versus Underdog" drawing! By the way, some of your drawings reminds me a 1970s TV cartoon I loved to watch in my childhood: "The Barkleys", about a anthropomorfic dog family, the father was a bus driver. Best regards!
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