This one was a bit dark. Though probably not the most controversial.As someone who is a fan of Pulp Heroes, I have decidedly mixed feelings about this.
What happened to his crime college?
Who is ellen Patrick?
What happened to Patricia savage?
Will you do one for the shadow and the green hornet?
I figured that he being trained from birth by a bunch of scientist to be some ubermensch would be a little bit too "Super hero/villain origin". I wanted something more grounded.Also, it's weird that he made himself himself, rather than his father doing it.
Also, what about the Assisstants?
His OG origin is that his father assembled a team of scientists to raise him to be Peak Human.what do you mean?
Sure, but I would still think "his wealthy father decided to raise him to be..." is still doable. And then you could have him be a bit of a psychological mess because of it.I figured that he being trained from birth by a bunch of scientist to be some ubermensch would be a little bit too "Super hero/villain origin". I wanted something more grounded.
MUCH more satisfactory. Though I see you're going with the radio version of his true identity, rather than the Pulp Magazine version.
The PULP of the matter
(A realistic take on Pulp heroes)
For his crim college, I can see him losing it thanks to the horrific use of eugenics, and the people who work there who actually do want to reform the criminals, help reform the place into the best criminal reform center in the nation, maybe even the world.1. Ops
Fixed that for you, since that's what it would be in a world where there's no such think as a single psychological procedure or operation that can remove criminal tendencies.For his crime college, I can see it as the best criminal reform center in the nation, maybe even the world.