I am a lifelong comic book fan, an underground promoter of justice, and a vigilante as needed. Ever since I was young, I’ve used comics as a basis for exploring the question of how one should live. In pursuit of this goal, I started a homeless ministry when I was 22 with the goal of making friends with the homeless in order to reintegrate them with society. Still seeking further answers, I earned a master’s degree with a focus in ethics in order to better understand aspects of heroic behavior. In the process, I witnessed the power of vigilante action firsthand when my wife’s bike was stolen and we assembled a super team to recover it successfully. While in school, I wrote several essays on vigilantes and ethics which were well received by professors and fellow students alike. I currently live in Pittsburgh with my wife, who is a hero, and my two rabbits, who are not. In response to high unemployment in our area, I’ve started a free service to help people find work. This blog is part of my journey to determine the link between heroes, ethics, and real life, as well as an encouragement to convince others to step up and become heroes in their own communities.
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