Elsie, a little girl with the powers of a goddess, is in the center of a struggle between a group of supervillains and a team of superheroes. Strongarm, the leader of chaos, must fight off his enemy Cubes to acquire the child and rule over their home city of Eisenstadt. But neither side is aware that outside forces are also conspiring to take Elsie for themselves. With a shifting focus on many of the pertinent players, "The Villas" aims to question the gray area between good and evil, and the necessity to purposely blur the lines sometimes. Can there be any true heroes who remain pure in their quest for peace? Can evil really stay evil if it might require working with foes?
I'm sort of a mathematician and sort of a writer, but mostly just a daydreamer. I love the English language but I'm not an elitist who insists on perfect spelling and grammar. All languages evolve, and they can only do so by way of contortion and slang. I also tend to use too many commas out of precaution to the point where I can't really tell how necessary any given one is anymore. Lastly, I love to philosophize about any fun thought that enters my brain.