I'm writing a story that's a satire on teen superhero stories where the villain, Aldous Sphinx, realizes he's fighting a kid and he's like, "what the crap, I'm not killing a kid! That's messed up!" So he does everything in his power to keep the kid safe while still continuing with his evil plans. He sends his henchmen to spy on him so he doesn't get hurt fighting other villains, and tries to find out where he lives so he can tell his mom, makes angry calls to the local superhero league, and tries to find a way to take away his powers so he'll stop putting himself in danger and just be a normal kid and Aldous doesn't have to worry anymore. At one point he even saves the hero's victims for him because the hero is sooo insistent that they make it out okay, and Aldous undoes his act of terrorism just so the hero will go away instead of leaping into a burning building. He basically becomes an overprotective parent by accident. I'm trying to decide on the hero's powers, because that will determine his superhero name, what his suit looks like, etc. I decided to start with an origin story. I want the villain to comment on the origin story with horror about the level of irresponsibility involved. "Wait, x happened and y wasn't around to stop you from getting into trouble? And x was z?" For example, if this superhero were Peter Parker, then he would go on a field trip to a science lab, where a radioactive spider would get loose and bite him, giving him spider powers so he can become Spider-Man. The villain would be like, "Wait... you went off alone to a corridor in a science lab and the chaperones didn't see you? And you got bitten by a radioactive spider that had just happened to escape? That's totally irresponsible! Seriously, the spider was radioactive? Who the heck was incompetent enough to let a poisonous spider filled with radiation run loose in a lab where kids were on a field trip? How does being bitten by a radioactive spider even give you superpowers, anyway? Shouldn't you have died from radiation poisoning? Man, kid, you have some seriously negligent guardians!" So, long story short, I want a typical superhero origin story about how the hero got superpowers, one that makes you seriously concerned about how negligent the hero's teachers/parents/guardians are to let something like that happen to him in the first place.