Re: from faith
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Diana Rumbold <dianarumbold@...>
> There is a really bad reality show called Who Wants To Be aSuperhero. I've come to the conclusion hat the best way to get into
writing fro Dark Horse comics, who helps sponsor the show, is to
embarrass the heck out of myself and actually try out next year. I
have the character all planned but need help with her name.
>one of these and she goes rather unwillingly. She falls in love with
> Here's her back story:
> After 9/11, DHS decides to 'recruit' magic users. Out heroine is
someone who ultimately rips her heart out, literally, in a magically
ceremony that was supposed to save the world. Gotta love men. eh?
Her protector Goddess, Bastet makes a deal with Anubis and brings our
heroine back to life with a few added pluses. She returns with the
ability to control all 5 elements and shape shift into either a small
black cat for stealth (like Bastet) or a lioness for fighting
(Sekmeht). I just don't have a superheroine name. Any suggestions???
Shadow Dancer? ;>
- Diana Rumbold wrote:
> > There is a really bad reality show called Who Wants To Be aWe are big fans! It's so cheesy, it's great! My son insists I should
go on it, with my superpower of the Mom Eye - the look that stops all
naughtiness in its tracks. *grin*
> > She returns with thesmall black cat for stealth (like Bastet) or a lioness for fighting
> ability to control all 5 elements and shape shift into either a
> (Sekmeht).For the show, you might want to choose just one element to control and
one animal to shift into. Stan Lee has commented negatively on heroes
who have too many abilities.
>I just don't have a superheroine name. Any suggestions???Well, of course you've already mentioned Bastet or Sekhmet. How about
Good luck! If you get on the show, we'll be here pulling for you!