Mild-mannered janitor and superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when an alien symbiote gives him supernatural powers. But what's he to do with them? Follow the zany adventures of the clueless custodian as he fights crime and corruption while trying to keep his family together and avoid being sued for copyright infringement....
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Dave Johnson is a has-been superhero. Losing his powers forced him to retire from being Powerhouse, but Seattle still fondly remembers him and continues to lift him up as a symbol of hope. Trans-dimensional aliens hire Mitch Farrow as the new CEO of Dorado Incorporated and instruct him to create cynicism to reduce resistance to their planned invasion. The aliens promise their reign will end all suffering on Earth and cure his ex-wife and daughter of AIDS.
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As Powerhouse, Dave Johnson has defeated intergalactic zookeepers and terrorists bent on igniting a nuclear war, but his gravest threat yet is legal annihlation. The cynical Dorado Industries CEO Mitch Farrow hires an attorney to file frivolous lawsuits against him. Powerhouse's wife, Naomi, protects him by incorporating and issuing policies that keep him out of court but reduce him to being a one-man neighborhood watch. Meanwhile she searches desperately for an insurance company willing to give him a liability policy.
The Champion of the Emerald City battles an onslaught of kidnappers, drug dealers, litigious lawyers, and alien robots, but he is not alone. He relies on his new-found faith, and he has the help of his friends Zolgron and Captain France. Enjoy laughs and fond memories of the superheroes you've loved since childhood in these two sensational novellas.
Dave Johnson's dreams have come true. He's taken Seattle by storm as Powerhouse, a metal-clad crime fighter. His awesome array of powers has the underworld on the run, his charitable efforts are a success, and he has a popular comic book. When his publisher is bought out, he's given every fan's dream: he's tasked with creating his own line of comic books. His biggest problem is his tendency to attract campy, wannabe “supervillains” who aren't worthy opponents.