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A Troper Work created by Metal Shadow X.In 2010, 18 year old Roxanne Kaizen, inspired by her sisterís abduction as a child and the return of her ambitious childhood friend Macario Valdez, uses powers inherited from her extraterrestrial mother to become Star Lass, a Kinetic crime fighter. Rio eventually joins her as Willpower; though nowhere near as powerful, he attempts to help Roxy with her hero duties and personal life. Eventually, suppressed feelings between them emerge when Rio introduces Roxy to his schoolmate Claire who later becomes the Cannon Queen. By the end of part 1, they are accompanied by two young heroes Claire had started tutoring: Merle (Crow) and Tom (Sonic Servo).The stories revolve around these characters and their lives as both crime fighters and members of society.Here is a link to the chapters, of which there are currently eight of. An alternate link is here.As of early January 2013, the series has been effectively canceled in place of a Continuity Reboot in the form of Superzeroes. However, it will still have an ending at some point.Not to be confused with the Xbox 360 game Kinect Adventures.NOTE: I am currently open to any ideas or suggestions.
All There in the Manual: The pages written for the series on this site provide info that may or may not make it in the actual story.
All Women Are Prudes: Largely averted with the main female characters: Roxy enjoys sleeping with her boyfriend and future husband after Their First Time; Merle is anticipating the day she reaches consent; and while Claire feels more self-conscious about the whole thing than the other two, she has thought about it sometimes.
Anger Born of Worry: Roxy and Rio occasionally do this to each other after one of them does something incredibly reckless.
The Bechdel Test: Both played straight (mainly in the superhero and/or comedic moments) and averted (in the more contemporary drama moments, namely about relationships).
Buxom Is Better: I prefer female characters' breasts to be realistic, so while they may seem less endowed than other fictional characters, they're still of an impressive size (Roxy, Claire, and Merle are around D, B, and C-cups, respectively).
Meaningful Echo: Rio's line in chapter 3, when he's looking for Star Lass who hasn't returned ("My family's had a long past of stubborn yet noble deaths"), is revealed in chapter 7 to be something he said before: it was after telling Roxy the story of his father's death, on the day they first met.
Point of View: Only the first two chapters are planned to have first-person narration. The rest will be mostly in third-person.
Poor Communication Kills: More or less the Central Theme early in part 1. Rio didn't tell Roxy that he intended to have her befriend Claire as he knew she would turn the opportunity down without even giving it a chance, but in doing so, he made her believe he didn't want to be friends anymore.