Mik Murdoch, Boy Superhero
Mik Murdoch is just a regular, everyday kid...until he decides it is his destiny to become a superhero. But, just how does one become a superhero anyway? Mik doesn't have any of the normal things that would fulfill his dream; he doesn't have special powers, nor billions of dollars or technology. He isn't even the world's greatest detective.
It shouldn't be all that hard though, should it? People get super powers in the comic books all the time.
So Mik tries everything he can think of to get powers. Radioactive bugs, super powered armour, even putting on a cape so he can fly.
Will he get super powers? Are there villains to battle? Does his small town of Cranberry Flats even need a superhero? So many questions.
The biggest on of all? Is the world ready for Mik Murdoch, Boy Superhero?More info →
Mik Murdoch: The Power Within
Mik Murdoch has swallowed the magical berry from the guardian of the Cave of Wonders and with it he's realized his dream to acquire superpowers. He's also realized what you wish for and what you get are often two different things. While Mik has superpowers, he's having a really hard time with control. In fact, he's starting to wonder whether being a boy superhero is a good thing or not.
What's worse, his weird behaviour doesn't go unnoticed by his parents, who decide to take him away to the lake for the summer, assuming he needs time to unwind and relax. It's there Mik uncovers the truth behind an ancient mystery and learns that letting others help doesn't make him weak.More info →
Mik Murdoch: Crisis of Conscience
Mik Murdoch has done a lot in his short career as a superhero. He's discovered the Cave of Wonders, battled giant glowing turkeys, and rescued a legendary creature. So when mysterious snow circles start appearing in the fields around Cranberry Flats, it looks like it'll be business as usual.
Except, a voice in his dreams is warning him to ignore the circles.
And when disaster strikes, Mik is faced with a number of tough choices - choices that make him begin to doubt himself and his decisions. Is he making things better or worse for his town? Is he solving the mysteries around him, or is he simply running around putting everyone at risk? Will the voices end up helping him or haunting him?
What is a boy superhero to do?More info →
Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles
You might think being a superhero would be cool but Mik Murdoch knows it isn't all fun and adventure. Being the self-appointed hero of Cranberry Flats, he has had his fair share of problems to deal with.
Like keeping his secret identity hidden - a tough thing to do in a small town.
When his father starts asking about his nightly activities, Mik realizes that his alter-ego and his days as a hero may be at risk. But how to stop the questions? It takes an old friend, who unexpectedly comes to town, to distract people. Only, that friend disappears shortly after, putting the entire town on edge.
Mik battles fear, suspicion and mobs to find the lost and save a former nemesis. Oh yeah, and while he's at it, he has to deal with a haunted house and its vengeful spirit.More info →
Jack Kane and the Statue of Liberty
Jack Kane, self-declared protector of 1896 New York, has a problem. He has just witnessed the explosion of a ship in New York Harbor and must now solve the mystery of its destruction. He is well into his investigations when a second ship is destroyed. Are they related? Is someone trying to throw New York and the entire country into chaos? The clues all seem to point to a huge plot by a diabolical mastermind. But who is behind it all and what is he trying to accomplish? Jack has only hours to discover the secret and thwart the villains behind the destruction. But will he be in time?More info →
Jack Kane and the Kaiser
Accidently getting the job done in the most round-about way possible.
When Jack and Betsy meet Kaiser Wilhelm, they immediately suspect an assassination attempt is about to be made against him. They do everything they can to keep him safe, but little do they know the assassination they expect is coming from a different source with a completely different target.
Can the United States and the world survive the resolution?More info →