What a pleasant surprise! Egyptoid at Ramblin' Gamer has used Fábrica de Heróis to design an Indiana-based superhero: The Hurryin' Hoosier! At his day job, he's journalist and avian veterinarian Gary Seymour (*snicker* -- the names of two towns in Indiana). As the flying, bird-loving superhero Hurryin' Hoosier, he's decked out in the colors and designs of the Indiana state flag.
More details from Egyptoid: "Apparently born to Wealthy Parents, the boy was raised in a boarding Orphanage, with all his expense paid, and a trust fund that paid off when he was 18. He was dropped off at the orphanage by an aged second cousin, but that person died before Gary was ever old enough to talk to him. The cousin muttered something about the child being raised by bald eagles in the Wyandotte state forest, but this was dismissed by the nurses as crazy talk. However, the lad grew to have an affinity with avians, so who knows.
"The closest friend and mentor Gary had at the school nearby the orphanage (IUM Childrens Home) was the science teacher, Mr. Broaderick.
"Gary keeps to this day a model he built of the B-58 Hustler from Grissom Air Force base, which he built when he was seven.
"At puberty his mental prowess accelerated, and he found his mental powers and comprehension of machines growing. He used his money to fund his way through IU Journalism school, keeping his powers a secret. He and Doc Broaderick worked on his super suit in secret.
"Someday he hopes the truth about his parentage will be revealed, how his mom gave him up at childbirth, the eagle story is false, and probably that his real father was spying on the Russians in 82."
Hee, hee, hee -- I LOVE it!