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Will Power #1 was the feature of the 2009 Annual Report for the JCPB.
It contained information about the achievements of the year, but it also was the first public appearance of Will, battling against two wily villains and striving to educate the public.
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Will, as his co-workers know him, works as a janitor at the Johnson City Power Board (JCPB). But when duty calls, Will sheds his uniform to reveal his “super” identity: Will Power. Once a lonely drifter who was often misunderstood because he cannot sleep, Will found what would become the perfect job when he was hired by JCPB. As if by fate, Resistor waged an attack on JCPB during Will’s first night shift. Resistor used a sleeping gas on unsuspecting JCPB employees and was shocked to find Will perfectly awake and fully capable of chasing him down. Resistor managed to escape Will’s grasp by squeezing into the building’s ductwork. Will found an infrared spectrometer, a camera that shows how hot or cold something is, and tracked Resistors’ path by the heat it left behind. Once he caught up to Resistor, Will chased him out all the way out of the building.
After waking his sleeping co-workers, Will went to work making a pair of infrared goggles to help him track Resistor while hiding his face to conceal his identity. Will felt sure that Resistor would strike again and he wasn’t going to let anyone or anything threaten his new friends. Thus, Will Power was born. Now, Will suits up as Will Power whenever trouble strikes. He ultimately won over the hearts of JCPB’s community and Will Power has since become somewhat of a company mascot. Honoring Will’s wish to protect his hidden identity, the JCPB respectfully allows Will Power’s true identity to remain anonymous. As such, JCPB can only call on Will through the use of a lighted pager he has sewn into the logo on his costume. Will Power is now a fully realized super-hero and is happier than ever with his newfound friends and purpose.
vAmpere is the embodiment of vampire power; the electricity used by some appliances even though they have been turned off. While the effect of one appliance using vampire power is very small, the combined effect of thousands of these wasteful devices calls vAmpere out of hiding. Left unchecked, vAmpere will seek out wasted electricity wherever he can. When he’s fully charged, vAmpere becomes a dangerous threat to the grid and anyone nearby. He soaks up electricity in a blind fury causing lightning-like arcs, power outages and sometimes even fires. vAmpere moves fast by skating along power lines. He also has the ability to break apart into a flock of bat-like creatures whenever he is powered up and in a tight spot. To contain vAmpere, every effort must be made to keep him from accessing large amounts of electricity. Ironically, his power can be cut off by simply plugging power leaching devices into power strips that stay switched in the off position while not being used. vAmpere’s ultimate defeat however, requires the cooperation of everyone connected to the grid.
Ice Sickle is the cold, dark and sinister hand of a winter storm. With a likeness to the Grim Reaper, Ice Sickle is armed with a large scythe made of super hardened ice. He uses his icy weapon to slash through tree limbs and power lines. No one knows whether winter storms follow Ice Sickle or if he follows them. Regardless, Ice Sickle sightings always happen alongside fierce winter weather. There appears to be no way to defeat Ice Sickle or prevent his arrival. The only hope for decreasing Ice Sickle’s destructive force is through preparation. Since Ice Sickle’s ice-scythe most often brings down trees and their limbs, trees should be trimmed to keep their branches far from power lines and roof tops long before he ever arrives.