Good Guys (so far)


Introduced in Book 1

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Eden Rivers

Introduced in Book 1


Logan Rivers

Introduced in Book 1


Angel Estoban

Introduced in Book 1



Introduced in Book 3



Introduced in Book 5


"Courage is being scared to death

 and mounting up anyway."

                                  - John Wayne

Epilectra is our heroine.  She leads a team of unique heroes called SEEZ who all have turned disabilities into super-abilities.  Her disability is epilepsy, and she shoots lightning from her fingertips.  She's also as fast as the speed of light when the situation calls for it.

Eden is Epilectra's human counterpart.  She's a 5th grade social studies teacher who lives in New York City, and she develops epilepsy after being struck by lightning at a family Thanksgiving dinner in Philadelphia.

Logan is Eden's younger brother.  He's hit by the same lightning at the same family dinner as his sister.  He's also a New Yorker and an electrical engineer who, after being struck, becomes paralyzed from the waist down and an engineering savant.  Logan manages SEEZ's computer systems and builds its one-of-a-kind gear.

Angel is a wealthy, attractive, mid-50's Latino gentleman who lives in the 30th floor penthouse of Eden's apartment building.  He's searching for something meaningful in his life and after becoming friendly with  Logan and Eden, he helps them to establish SEEZ.  He also becomes an integral part of the organization.

Insulator, whom Epilectra initially meets as Jane, is the first superhero to join SEEZ other than its founders.  She has diabetes and is "insulated" from natural forces such as water, fire, heat, cold, and disease.

Aupticus is an uncomfortable communicator because of his autism, but also is remarkably intelligent, especially in the areas of mathematics and science.  Though he rarely makes eye contact, when he does his remarkable super-ability allows him to exercise neuroplasticity, rewiring a villain's brain and changing the course of his actions. 

Villains (so far)


Introduced in Book 1

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BlaqOut is the first villain Epilectra encounters.  He's an alien vanquished to Earth by his parents in order to prove his worth.  His power is manipulating light and dark, and he causes a massive power outage in New York City.

River Rager

Introduced in Book 3

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River Rager is half man and half shark, and he's bored  with living at the bottom of the Hudson River.  Plus he's disgusted with how humans have polluted his home.  He decides to expand his domain by flooding the Hudson, thus turning all of New York into his underwater playground.  His sidekick is Crusty the Crustacean.  


Introduced in Book 4

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A brilliant outcast with a science obsession, her parents sent her to boarding school hoping to instill discipline and get her a well-rounded education. Instead, she ran away and later decided to create a laboratory in the city's sewer's. She's developed a deadly virus which she intends to release upon the world.

Supporting Characters (so far)

Elaine Rivers

Introduced in Book 1


Elaine is Eden and Logan's mother, and she lives in Philadelphia with their father.  She's often Eden's confidante.

Principal Higgins

Introduced in Book 1

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This is the principal at Eden's school.  It's with him that she first experiences Epilectra's powers.

P.S. 258

5th grade 

Introduced in Book 1

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Eden's 5th grade class at Public School 258 plays an integral role in Epilectra's adventures, especially perpetual trouble maker, Henry.

Crusty the Crustacean

Introduced in Book 3

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River Rager's sidekick, Crusty adds humor and often sees possibilities where

River Rager does not.