Egbert “Eggman” Hensbottom – The extrovert hero.
Egbert dresses in a cape and mask, and is never afraid to boil an egg at 50 paces…
Melanie “Flowerpower” Donovan – The 70’s throwback.
Melanie’s successful flower shop has an unusual commercial advantage, quite apart from her tie-dye t-shirt.
David “Bread” Yates – The Guitar Man.
David carries his instrument with him at all times and makes a living by singing in clubs and bars. His power to move bread rolls by mind alone is rarely welcomed in these venues.
Rome Hillton – The hotel manager.
Ever keen to present a professional image, Rome is always immaculately presented in her business suit.
Nathan “Hoverman” Jones – The Physics Teacher.
Permanently dressed in an old jacket and corduroys, Nathan’s power to levitate 10mm from the floor is of far more academic interest than practical use.
Steph “Turpswoman” Little – The diner entrepreneur.
Steph still dresses in her cook’s attire despite her successful chain of diner outlets. Her ability to stop paint from drying is merely incidental to that work.
May Belline – The cosmetics counter girl.
May’;s ability to turn people temporarily orange leads her to believe that the department store is her vocational habitat.
Dennis “Bluebeard” Holmes – The children’s entertainer.
Dennis dresses as a pirate, and makes good use of his ability to control his facial hair at will.
Paul Flanders – The waiter and artist.
Always looking to sell his work, Paul is an art student working through college with a part time job.
Daisy Cellar – The other florist.
Daisy is never seen without her green apron, a block of oasis, ribbons and a bunch of flowers.
Reg “Pearlyman” White – The paint salesman.
Dressed in a smart business suit, who would believe that Reg can secrete toothpaste from his knee?
Tracey “Translucent” Travis – The dry cleaner.
With her coat hangers and advertising flyers Tracey is always looking for business opportunity.