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RSS FeedsFriends of teen who died in rescue attempt at Woodbine Beach always knew he was a superhero
(The Star Food)


16 august 2018 13:09:48

Friends of teen who died in rescue attempt at Woodbine Beach always knew he was a superhero
(The Star Food)

Kyle Howard-Muthulingam’s friends already knew he was a superhero. The 16-year-old died on Friday after jumping into the water at Woodbine Beach to save a mother and son who were struggling in the current.It was an act of heroism, but his friends depicted him as a hero long before that.“Kyle, along with the rest of our group, sort of became something of a superhero team in my imagination,” said Christian Markland, who drew his friends as superheroes and comic book characters. “We all had different strengths and weaknesses and journeys, but we’d all come together to help each other.”In one sketch by Markland, Howard-Muthulingam is represented by character Leo Cruz in a comic called “Supafly: The Peace Protector.”In the story, a teen boy named Matt Mason has the power to see into another dimension, where monsters and aliens roam. Some escape into our reality and the team of friends goes on a quest to rid their hometown of the rogue creatures.In another, “Captain Superfly and the League of Heroes,” Howard-Muthulingam is depicted by superhero Screech, who has a sonic yell and a yellow and green uniform.The heroes, known as Team Superfly, are dedicated to defending the Earth, Markland said. When Captain Superfly comes across a threat he cannot face alone, he uses his powers to create Rings of Destiny and bestows them upon his friends: Kid Arachnid, Death Stare, Dark Vixen and the Screech.“In a lot of ways, Kyle was often the heart of our group,” Markland said. “Whenever our morale was down or whenever we were having a bad day, Kyle’s enthusiasm and energy would make us forget about it, even if it was only for a few hours.”Those friends were some of the dozens who gathered at Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts Wednesday morning to remember and mourn Howard-Muthulingam.Howard-Muthulingam was one of five people pulled out of the water at Woodbine Beach on Friday, after a mother ...
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