Samuel Cobb was born in the suburbs of Chicago to an abusive family with a long history of disorders and health issues. Due to this, he went through school being bullied and was made an outsider. He embraced the solace and loneliness. It started off when he was young, talking to his imaginary friends as most kids do, but he didn’t grow out of it in his teens… The voices stayed in his head as he began to mature. Telling him to do things, sometimes good… but mostly bad… Although he began to control it, that didn’t stop his parents from throwing him in a room full of pillows and tucking a grey jacket around him though. The doctors gave him comics and coloring books to pass the time, which sparked his interest in them as he began to grow up. The voices in his head started talking less and less as his treatment went on, he was able to cope with his Schizophrenia by convincing himself the voices in his head were evil doers trying to corrupt him, just like the comics! This interesting coping mechanism intrigued the doctors, since they had never seen it before. The doctors wanted to send him to a research facility overseas with his parents’ permission, they were paid under the table and let it happen, sending their youngest child be shipped off to the Ukraine where doctors studied him closely. As he lived there he was allowed a TV and was exposed to super hero movies and various soundtracks. He would start to sing “ABC” by the Jackson 5 when he felt an episode coming on to get it under control, somehow this helped him. As he grew and watched the movies with the doctors that studied them, he had a favorite “Daddy Day Care” that he would watch at least once every day. He continued to grow up, when he turned 14 that’s when the infection in South Zagoria spread rapidly throughout the world. He was released out of the mental institution by one of the guards and believed he was tasked as a super hero to put a stop to the infection, and those that would wrong others. His travels eventually led him to South Zagoria itself. He met Lord Stitches and Goggles, two other crazies like himself, the three formed a strange trio. Sam felt like he belonged for once, he wasn't bullied like before and he could truly call these people his best friends! One itsy-bitsy problem though... Without the doctors to help and calm him, the voices got worse and were louder than ever.