Not every hero wears a cape. When Captain Might started writing his journal he was the most powerful man on the planet. The all-conquering American paragon who knifed the sky like a buttered bullet and fired beams from his eyes so pinpoint deadly they could kck the prick off a Martian. That was before his arch-enemy, Professor D'eath, lured him into a trap, snuffed out his powers and transformed him from a superhero to a superzero. Grounded and struggling to re-define his place in the world as a rmal, Captain Might documents his return journey to the realm of super-heroics, only this time minus the super. But will he settle the score with his nemesis, or will he learn the hard way that ordinary men are only capable of ordinary things?
David Bussell is an award-winning British writer. Born in 1976, David spent his early years growing increasingly larger until he reached adulthood. Among his interests are amateur parkour, the Oxford comma, and writing about himself in the third person. Rumours that David was conceived on an Indian burial ground remain largely unfounded. David would beat you in a fight. You can find out more about the author by visiting BussellBooks.com, or by following him on Twitter @Busselling