In metro areas across America, print and online media and Television anchors -- and mom bloggers like me -- will be celebrating National Super Hero Day on Saturday. This is a special day that was originally created by a group of Marvel Comics employees back in 1995. A variety of fun events from coast to coast are being held to mark the occasion again this year.
|The Power Cape I designed online, finally arrives at my doorstep|
|Getting ready for another day as Super Mom at our house|
|Who else but a Super Mom Hero does dishes?|
|Image from Power Capes|
|Just imagine the colorful possibilities, Image from Power Capes|
Power Capes come in sizes for little ones, too. So you may want to get your child to design their own one-of-a-kind cape to play the all-important role of sidekick hero. Whether for your own child or as a gift for one of their friends, both boys and girls will enjoy wearing these as costumes, at parties and for every day pretend dress up and dramatic role playing.
Worth noting: There's also an element of good in that the company works with individuals, schools and organizations on fund raising and donate a cape projects associated with the extensive line of capes and accessories offered for heroes from every walk of life.