Roller Derby Skater, Cryptid, or Real Life Superhero?
(L-R Tea Krulos with a group of RLSH at Wizard World Chicago, roller derby team Shevil Knevils, an artist depiction of a cryptid known as Mothman)
My first book was published in 2013. It is titled Heroes in the Night. RLSH are people who adopt their own superhero persona to battle crime or try to make the world a better place.
From 2006-2008 I wrote a “sports column” about local Milwaukee roller derby league, the Brew City Bruisers.
My second book, Monster Hunters, was published in 2015. It deals in part with cryptozoology, the study of unknown animals. These creatures are referred to as “cryptids.”
I’ve encountered a lot of interesting names. Bellow are three sets of names. One is an RLSH, one is a cryptid, on is a roller derby skater (from everywhere, not just the Bruisers). Which one is which? The first to answer all five rounds correctly will win a signed copy of my book Heroes in the Night (shipped for free anywhere in North America.) The answer must appear in the comment section on this post. You can use the abbreviations RLSH, RD, and C, put them in the right order in a sentence up to down.
Bar Harbor Batman
Bat Outta Hell
Posted on August 10, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
I was going to do it, but didn’t think it would be fair. Plus I have an autographed copy already. lol
Well, I know I’m gonna at least get the RLSH right.
Chicago Man-bat – C
Bar Harbor Batman – RLSH
Bat Outta Hell – RD
Watchman – RLSH
Grassman – C
Super Hera – RD
Jersey Devil – C
Beast Mode – RD
Phantom Zero – RLSH
Battlefrog – RD
Green Scorpion – RLSH
Bishopville Lizardman – C
Scootaloo – RD
Tatzelwurm – C
Conundrum – RLSH
Also, it helped that I have 2 of your books already!