Welcome to our continuing weekly feature where we ask a question of a Superhero, Dave Johnson, aka Powerhouse and the Emerald Avenger.
Interview: Our next question comes from Abner Hollaran in Lewisville, Texas. Abner thinks your custome looks great, but it doesn't look comfortable.
Dave Johnson: It's not really.
Int: If it's not comfortable, why do you wear it?
Dave: There are three priorities in Superhero costumes. The top priority is a cool looking design. The second is safety.
Int.: Wait a second. You're saying its more important that your custome look cool than be safe.
Dave: What good is it to be safe if people laugh at you when you come to rescue them. Safety is a close second, though. Then, there's comfort. Unfortunately, looking good and being safe can make you kind of stiff. That's why when I get home from work, I change into something more relaxing.
Int.: Have you ever thought of doing a Casual Friday?
Dave: Casual Friday?
Int.: You know instead of your Superhero costume, you fly into town with a Superhero t-shirt, a light mask, and a pair of shorts.
Dave: If I were to fly into town on a rocket pack wearing a pair of shorts, there would be a barbeque on Casual Friday.
Int: What would be cooked?
Dave: My legs. Second, office workers can have casual Fridays because their work is over. But not superheroes. We fight a continuous skirmish-
Int.: You mean never ending-
Dave: No, the lawyers said I had to use continuous skirmish. As I was saying, we fight a continuous skirmish against the forces of larceny, drug dealing, and murder. Evil doesn't take the weekends off, so our resolve can never weaken, and neither can our clothes.
Int.: How do you keep your costume clean.
Dave: Easy, I imagine my costume into existence, so its clean when I put it on. I also dust off my already clean costume.
*Dave stands and dusts off his already clean costume.*
Int.: But it was already cleaned.
Dave: Of course, it's clean because I dusted it off.
Int (sighs): Ookay. E-mail your questions for Dave to email@example.com. Then follow his story every Tuesday at Laser and Sword Magazine. Tales of the Dim Knight is set for release November 22nd, but you can sample the first four chapters for free in our ebook.