Hello and welcome to the SAINT's Official Homepage. SAINT is one of the many real life superheroes living in the so called "Age Of Heroes" a new era that is revolutionizing the world as we know it and believe us when we say it's here to stay. We as in the many superheros living all throughout the world Mr.Silent, The Dark Guardian, American Corpse,
Dokter DiscorD, The Pigeon, The Watcher, Enchanted Girl, Ragensi, Vigilance, and The Cat of Portland but that's just to name a "few" of the many. When people hear the word superhero they think super powers. Well super powers don't make the heroes. The actions they do, the obligations they take, and the good they make in the world is what makes the hero. Everyone loves superheros like Superman, Wolverine, The Green Lantern, Cyclops and many more. After watching movies or reading comics people wonder what it would like to be the hero of the story, and ask do you think I could do it. Well if you ask me I think everyone has that hero inside of them the only matter is if they are willing to let that hero show. Some people want to fit in and are scared to voice their opinion's to the world, which does not make a good hero at all. A Hero is a symbol is an overgrown opinion, and going into the world as the hero is voicing that opinion and giving a symbol of hope and justice. Picking up trash, helping old ladies cross the street, helping the elderly with their groceries, people say thats boyscout/girlscout stuff and it is, but they are heros to their community. Doing anything good with an intintion to continue it with a passion shows a true hero. If you ahev any questions you can contact me at TheSaint@Zoomshare.com . Thankyou and good luck!
n. pl. he-roes
1. In mythology and legend, a man, often of divine ancestry, who is endowed with great courage and strength, celebrated for his or her bold exploits, and favored by the gods.
2.A person noted for feats or courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life.
3. The principle male or female character in a novel, poem, or dramatic presentation.