[An Abecedary of Cape-Wearing] N is for Nemesis

For this installment in the Abecedary of Cape-Wearing, I will focus on the enemy. I typically avoid enemy and villain talk for a few reasons. Mostly, I prefer to not give airtime to the negative. Also, I don’t want to spend my time writing about the things that bother me. I know there are plenty of truly…

[An Abecedary of Cape-Wearing] I is for Incredible

For more of the Abecedary of Cape-Wearing click here.   I struggled with this one. I didn’t want to go for the obvious. I wanted to pick something witty, pithy, or surprising.I even started writing a different post. But here’s the deal. The Hulk deserves a post. The Hulk with the incredible-ness, I mean. A few years ago, while…

[An Abecedary of Cape-Wearing] H is for Helping

Superheroes are helpful. It’s sort of their job. They help ladies in distress on a regular basis. They help save bus-fulls of innocent victims from certain death. They save folks who inadvertently fall off tall buildings. And they save cities and planets from evil-doers and imminent destruction. Some superheroes wage an internal battle with their…

[An Abecedary of Cape-Wearing] F is for Force

This may be one of the slowest renditions of an abecedary you’d ever heard… read… noticed…. A very brief history…. This is my Abecedary of Cape-Wearing. The topic is less about superheroes and more about the cape-wearing qualities of people who champion learning. Educational cape-wearing is why I started the blog. We wear capes, you…