"I was nobody. But that don't matter either, you know? 'Cause I was thinkin', it really don't matter if I lose this fight. It really don't matter if this guy opens my head, either. 'Cause all I wanna do is go the distance. Nobody's ever gone the distance with Creed, and if I can go that distance, you see, and that bell rings and I'm still standin', I'm gonna know for the first time in my life, see, that I weren't just another bum from the neighborhood." There are very few moments in my life when I truly feel proud of myself, mainly because I feel like I live in a world that does not want to think positively about anything; yet when I re-read my completed manuscript of Zedilon: The Beginning of The Super Hero, I truly felt proud. I have had the initial idea and name of Zedilon since I was eight years old and since then I have developed it into a series of at least six books. Some people may think that it was a waste of time, and they have every right to, yet I think that my determination will be the thing that allows Zedilon to become a word that everybody is familiar with. When I started, what is now, the final edit of the first Zedilon, I thought to myself "If only I make one person who reads this book think differently about superheroes, then my job is done" I love superheroes and comics, they are my passion and I hope for some people who have negative pre-conceived notions towards superheroes and/or comics, Zedilon will show them that there is a different side to the false childish mentality that is assumed with them; comics open the best gateways for some of the greatest series ever created.