Since it is winter and it is Christmas Eve, I wish to discuss a superhuman ability that would be fitting for the occasion: cryokinesis or ice manipulation.  I find this power intriguing because it can be utilized in a variety of different ways.  Wielders of this ability could turn a glass of water into solid ice, turn organic beings into living icicles, and in more extreme cases plunge the planet into a new Ice Age.  In my fourth volume, a new character will possess this power and will be the exact opposite of the main character, Patrick Donovan, in every single way.  While Patrick controls fire and heat, this character will control ice and cold.  In addition, this character’s presence will cause a rift in Patrick’s relationship with Tinisha, but I will not elaborate on what form this rift will take.  I will keep you informed on anything new and have a Merry Christmas!


  1. Ice and fire manipulation are always fun to play with, I tend to use it a lot in my stories. Normally I had the same person have the ability of both and the possibilities of combining the two are interesting. At the same time it is interesting to have two character with one of each and how they interact with one another, which is something only I recently done. From what you said, it should be interesting to see where it goes.

  2. I like superheroes and such too. I’ve crafted quite a few and even written some stories and bios for them. I haven’t done anything complete enough for publishing, I mostly just keep it in my head for times when I’m bored. Anyway, one of my favorite characters to imagine or write is cryokinetic and superhumanly strong and durable. Lots of fun to imagine in a movie. I think I will look into your stories.

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