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| |said by pnh102:How about Captain Hacker:
This guy needs some sort of arch-nemesis. No kid will buy into a superhero that doesn't periodically run into trouble with an arch-nemesis!
Should children instead worship Captain Hacker, who writes computer viruses, "liberates" other people's credit card or social security numbers, defaces web sites, sells copies of movies on DVD's with magic marker labels, makes death threats against others all the time? Captain Hacker is 18 years old, wears black clothing all the time, thinks he's smart, and can be found at a fantasy gaming shop in any city.--
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I'm seeing a great parody here I'm seeing a great parody here, ripe for the picking.
Name: Captain Copywrong
Mission: To protect and serve the giant media companies by constantly expanding the scope of copyrights and fighting fair use.
Powers: 1. A legion of thugs who just happen to be lawyers, ready to attack anyone who might get in Captain Copywrong's way, especially children, grandparents, and dead people. 2. A large iron pipe he uses to destroy any electronic equipment he thinks violates copyrights. 3. A big fat wallet full of cash that he uses to bribe politicians so he can get favorable laws passed.
Nemesis: Pretty much anyone who opposes him. This "superhero" would actually attack the general public, not defend them. Also, at some point, the Framers of the Constitution would travel forward through time to remind the public of the real meaning and purpose of copyrights, but Captain Copywrong will vanquish them.
I'd love to see someone run with this. If I was half-way decent at drawing comics, I'd gladly do it. Of course, this is a U.S.-centric slant on the issue, and other countries will need slightly different treatments, but that shouldn't be a problem. And once the comics are up on a Web site, people can spread the URL through links on their own sites, sig files, etc.