Lucas Flint is a Texan writer of young adult superhero fiction. He is the author of The Superhero’s Son, The Young Neos, Minimum Wage Sidekick, The Supervillain’s Kids, The Legacy Superhero, Dimension Heroes, Lightning Bolt, and Capes Online.
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Follow the adventures of seventeen-year-old teenage boy Kevin Jason, who, after punching out his local school bully in the cafeteria, discovers that he has superpowers and his father is a superhero. Calling himself Bolt, Kevin must learn how to use his newly-discovered powers to protect his loved ones, fight evil, and save the world.
In the second book of The Young Neos, Blizzard must work with a government agent to retrieve a dangerous object, while Shell must decide if he is willing to pay the ultimate price to gain the power he seeks.
In the second volume of The Superhero's Son Omnibus series, get the next three books in the series--"The Superhero's Powers," "The Superhero's Origin," and "The Superhero's World"--for one convenient price!
In the first book of The Young Neos, twin brothers Bolt and White Lightning deal with the sudden appearance of a new supervillain team, while interrelations within the Young Neos over White Lightning's admittance into the group created new tensions that must be overcome.
In the seventh book of The Superhero's Son, Kevin Jason (Bolt) is brainwashed by Vision to save their leader, but Kevin figures out that there is something amiss and soon starts to search for the truth.
In the sixth book of The Superhero's Son, Earth's mightiest heroes have fallen to an invading alien force that seeks nothing less than the complete destruction of Earth. Now Bolt and his friends must defeat this alien invasion before it's too late.
After his debut as a superhero, Bolt is offered a position on the Young Neos, a team of young superheroes like himself. But when he jumps at the offer, he discovers a conspiracy that, if not stopped, will destroy not just the superhero community, but the country itself.