Falcon Boy: A Fairly Hopeless Hero Volume 1: 6

‘Falcon Boy is slightly too grand’ Pt. 1

Stun stood still and started to stammer.

‘I c-c-c-c-cannot thank you enough,’ Stun stammered as the triumphant heroes stood in front of him and started to pose in various triumphant ways.

Bewilder Bird favoured the full body flex followed by a solitary bicep curl. Do this whilst bending one knee forward and it can make you look fairly heroic all right. Falcon Boy preferred something stiller and more classical. Something like the broken statues called David he remembered from books at school. With his right leg slightly forward and shoulders angled, Falcon Boy adopted the perfect contrapposto pose.

Stun stayed stunned.

‘W-w-w-w-w who are you?’ he stammered once more.

‘I’m glad you should ask that, my timid stuttery little man,’ said Falcon Boy, slightly too grandly. ‘We are just ordinary people stung into action by the inaction of others and we have taken it upon ourselves to be doing extraordinary things’

Grammar was not really Falcon Boy’s strong point. Unperturbed, they continue. ‘My colleague and I recently made the decision to renounce our ordinary lives and start walking the earth looking for crimes to fight and wrongs to right.’

Falcon Boy pointed his chin towards the horizon.

‘I am majestic and magnificent. I am Falcon Boy,’ said Falcon Boy majestically and magnificently. He raised a clenched fist into the air.

‘I swoop like a noble bird of prey and sweep away crime wherever I find it,’ he declared. ‘I strike fear into my foes and will remove all wrongdoing from the planet.’ Falcon Boy pointed to his friend.

‘This here is Bewilder Bird, so named for his ability to bewilder his opponents through a combination of silence, strength and alliteration.’


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