(In response to Casity) I was originally thinking of getting a comic book and a seperate comic character published [possibly Image and or Marvel]. I don't see my comic book getting published, but the seperate comic character I'm still considering submitting it to Marvel. After reading your post, I'm now considering either self publishing my comic series or maybe getting it published into a story book (maybe somewhat like Captain Underpants or something like that). The comic character I haven't really decided on yet, but as for the comic book/series, it's called "The Usher" (it's a comedic/action book, but not as comedic as Cap. Underpants or something like that, but comedic nonetheless). It's about a big time conglomerate company called "King Corp." and they build movie theatres around the globe, but the owner's, the mysterious Mr. Anderson, rival wants to destroy his business and put him out for good. To protect his business from harm, he begins recruiting the best ushers that work in his theatres to be apart of his team of agents. One of the ushers he chooses is his own son, Will Anderson (who hates his father for always being at work and never having anytime to hang outw ith his son). Seeing as how he knows his son won't work for him, he gives him two types of candies to choose from: a blue one and a red one (yes, movie parodies all around ). Once he eats the blue one, his brain is instantly implanted with martial art fighting techniques, his agility and other things are enhanced as well. Once that happens, he will automatically become an Usher Agent; if he eats the red one, then he wakes up the next morning in bed forgetting the whole meeting ever happened and continues on with life. Well Will eats both of them at the same time before his father can even finish what he was saying, so he wakes up the next morning forgetting the meeting happened, but finds himself with enhanced agility, strength, yaddah yaddah yaddah. After seeing what has happened to his son, Mr. Anderson gets the idea to trick his son into becoming an Usher Agent. The plan was simple: while Will is at work, he will have a hired "villain" "attack" the theatre. Will, with his powers, will automatically jump to the aid and try and defend his co workers (he could care less about the theatre), and an Usher Agent uniform will be planted around for him to find and put it on so he can hide his identity. But the plan somewhat backfired: An actual villain (that Will had a hand in creating) attacks the theatre in hopes of revenge on Will (the villain is his soon to be arch nemesis Cellulator (pronounced Cell-you-lay-tor) ). Will ends up finding the suit and wears it to hide his identity (in case he loses cause he doesn't want to be embarrassed by his defeat). After defeating Cellulator for the first (but not last time) will finds himself loved and adored (but as the Usher) and decides to keep the hero gig going. And that's how he became The Usher. This all happens in the first comic, but the drawing isn't all that great, so I might make it a book instead. Whaddya think?