GOTEN!

Here’s my little one. She wanted to be Goten from DBZ this year for Emerald City Comiccon.(side note, hair longer than 14 inches is REALLY hard to spike) 

Chillin in her spiderman dress

Chillin in her spiderman dress

Wonder Woman

Miss M as Wonder Woman last Halloween. Despite her expression in this photo, she loved it. Wonder Woman

I think she liked being Hawkgirl at this con more that she liked Christmas.

my bada** 5 yr old and her brother ready to go out and fight crime :) 

my bada** 5 yr old and her brother ready to go out and fight crime :) 

This photo is years old, but it was the first thing we ever made her, and she wore it to her first birthday. She loved the colours, and would hold it up to her face to stare at her, ensuring that everyone in the room got flashed.
I’m proud to say that she still loved heroes, wants to be Batman for Halloween (not Batgirl, just Batman with a skirt, very important distinction) and she’ll swear up and down that she met the real Thor at last year’s comiccon. :)
(Sorry it’s so big, I don’t know any way to resize it on this computer, and I don’t have access to mine. I hope that’s okay!)

This photo is years old, but it was the first thing we ever made her, and she wore it to her first birthday. She loved the colours, and would hold it up to her face to stare at her, ensuring that everyone in the room got flashed.

I’m proud to say that she still loved heroes, wants to be Batman for Halloween (not Batgirl, just Batman with a skirt, very important distinction) and she’ll swear up and down that she met the real Thor at last year’s comiccon. :)

(Sorry it’s so big, I don’t know any way to resize it on this computer, and I don’t have access to mine. I hope that’s okay!)

Yes Commissioner Gordon?

Yes Commissioner Gordon?

SpiderGirl!

My 3.5 year old, dressed as SpiderGirl, giving her best web throwing. This girl LOVES any and all super heroes.

For their birthday my five year old twin sisters got these as a birthday gift. They call them Barbie Hulk and Barbie Iron Man, while watching them over the weekend we watched Earth’s Mightiest Heroes where they danced to the theme song and jumped in joy seeing their respective hero. They call me Captain America.

For their birthday my five year old twin sisters got these as a birthday gift. They call them Barbie Hulk and Barbie Iron Man, while watching them over the weekend we watched Earth’s Mightiest Heroes where they danced to the theme song and jumped in joy seeing their respective hero. They call me Captain America.

Kristine writes, “she was a great Hulk to her brother’s Captain America”

Kristine writes, “she was a great Hulk to her brother’s Captain America”

Saving the world.

Saving the world.

This is my 7-yr old, on her first visit to a local comic shop, where she stunned the owner by asking for “big kid” comics when he insisted on showing her “My Little Pony” and “Kung Fu Panda” books- she ultimately ended up with some Marvel and DC randomly selected issues;  she goes by the nickname/moniker “EKI”. As my only child (for now- mom is producing Eki’s new sidekick shortly!) my father/son dreams of raising a superhero-loving child have been fully accomplished already. She is first in line with me to see any Batman, Avengers character, Marvel, or DC movie that exists. (Also, unicorns and Greek mythology, but you take what you get.) Now she’s even beginning to get into zombies! On our summer movie slate: Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, WWZ, Kick-Ass 2 and Cpt. America 2 (Who we often catch her kissing her poster of). This is one tough little girl who likes to tell me she can do karate (never trained a day!) and is more than capable of defending herself from anyone- “Especially boys!” - and wants to run a marathon (a zombie run marathon) this summer.  Also currently reading a graphich novel version of “The Odyssey”. I repeat. My 7-year old daughter is reading a translation of “The Odyssey”. God, I love being her dad.

This is my 7-yr old, on her first visit to a local comic shop, where she stunned the owner by asking for “big kid” comics when he insisted on showing her “My Little Pony” and “Kung Fu Panda” books- she ultimately ended up with some Marvel and DC randomly selected issues;  she goes by the nickname/moniker “EKI”. As my only child (for now- mom is producing Eki’s new sidekick shortly!) my father/son dreams of raising a superhero-loving child have been fully accomplished already. She is first in line with me to see any Batman, Avengers character, Marvel, or DC movie that exists. (Also, unicorns and Greek mythology, but you take what you get.) Now she’s even beginning to get into zombies! On our summer movie slate: Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, WWZ, Kick-Ass 2 and Cpt. America 2 (Who we often catch her kissing her poster of). This is one tough little girl who likes to tell me she can do karate (never trained a day!) and is more than capable of defending herself from anyone- “Especially boys!” - and wants to run a marathon (a zombie run marathon) this summer.  Also currently reading a graphich novel version of “The Odyssey”. I repeat. My 7-year old daughter is reading a translation of “The Odyssey”. God, I love being her dad.

This little girl is the daughter of a friend of mine. She turned 3 yesterday, and got a Batgirl costume (not from me)! Today she’s wearing it around town, looking awesome :D

This little girl is the daughter of a friend of mine. She turned 3 yesterday, and got a Batgirl costume (not from me)! Today she’s wearing it around town, looking awesome :D

Kim says, “My kids love Superman! My son on the left is 4, daughter on right is 3 mos. Now she is 5 and loves Wonder Woman and Superman.”