So you live in Gotham/Metropolis/New York City

I love Superheroes. Probably obvious to those who have read my books. My heroes and heroines are always Superhuman.

Marvel’s the Avengers, Captain America, and Thor are all on Netfilix now and after re-watching them and seeing Man of Steel in the theater, I came up with these tips for surviving the superhero version of NYC

1. When you take your young son to the theater, wait until the show is over to leave. You can hang in the lobby. I’m sure there are drinks or something available to occupy your time.

2. If you are a business owner, make sure your insurance covers “smashing” and other damage from Superhuman fists or bodies crashing through your building.

3. Resist the urge to watch Superheroes battle. Stay away from the windows. In fact evacuate the building, and run. Run away as fast as you can.

4. If a superhero directs you, follow his advice. Now is not a good time to ask who he is and why you should listen to him.

5. Move.

Hope you enjoyed my tips! I’d love to hear some of yours!

Karin

4 thoughts on “So you live in Gotham/Metropolis/New York City

  1. My suggestion is that, in a Superhuman universe, you stay the hell away from living in the big city. There is always some epically bad crap going on in the big city when there are Superhumans around. If, however, you live in farmville, the only thing you need to worry about is dodging the occasional meteor and ducking / hiding if a Superhuman shows up.

    1. Good idea, Mike! Definitely live n the country. At least, there are fewer buildings for the bad guys to chuck.:-)

  2. I agree, I watched Man of Steel with my nephew and I kept thinking why is no one running, hiding all of the above you still at work watching the machine come towards you. I told everyone if you see me running you should get to moving I only carry kids! Lol.

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