Writing a superhero comedy. It's about the main character realizing that being a superhero has tons of obstacles, and isn't very realistic. There will be a scene where he gets stabbed, but that's really the only big action. There's no mafia he takes down, his girlfriend isn't raped, he doesn't stop a bank robber. Sounds boring, but there's a reason for it. The entire story is about vigilantes not being able to really do anything. He doesn't take down the mafia because there simply isn't one. Who the hell crosses paths with the mafia on a day to day basis in real life? You ever seen a bank robbery? I sure as hell haven't, and even if I hear of one over the police scanner, the cops can get there with their sirens far faster than I can driving in heavy city traffic during rush hour. Can a story like this truly be compelling? I kinda do want one potential action scene in there (where he gets stabbed), but hard to think of something a vigilante would realistically encounter. What do you guys think?