Following their genetic enhancement through an unexpected source, five college students realize that they've been given the power to save the world. One drawback: their powers are completely useless and the whole world knows it. Another story in the same universe as The Secret of Lone Tree County, these are the worst heroes you'll ever meet.
In the exciting sequel to Nothing Better To Do, our triumphant heroes return for their final semester of college. However, everything is not as it seems when they're facing a new entity with power all his one. Of course, a new supervillain is only too easy. It's not like their powers are growing unstable or anything like that. Wait a second... That's exactly what's happened.
Carly prides herself on being more aware of their shortcomings than the others - though that isn't saying much. She also seems to think that she's the most useful of the team, but one wouldn't call searching the minds of those with annoying jingles stuck in their head very useful.
Melanie tries her best to be kind because the world is full of so much hatred, but has no problem defending herself when needed. That flexibility might explain her powers, or at least her ability to phase through unlocked doors. It wouldn't explain why they have to be unlocked though.
It's hard for Shelby to stay focused on one thing at a time for many reasons - actually, she's just an airhead. She likes to blame that, and her inability to focus, on why she can only turn invisible when no one seems to be watching her. However, there is probably a longer list of personality flaws that would explain that better.
Benjamin loves being a superhero, which makes it hard to contain his excitement and overall enthusiasm for the job. That makes his powers a bit dangerous - particularly when he wants to test the 13% theory. Getting shot by your friends is a bad way to enjoy 13% invulnerability.
Often at odds with his friends' beliefs and plans, Jonah finds himself stronger alone. That belief only goes so far when his powers kick in and he finds himself floating off like a balloon, with comparable control to one. Maybe that is why he always gets into so much trouble on his own.
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