Hubert Logan was an ordinary Reservation boy until he ate tainted commodity cheese infused with Rezium, a secret government food enrichment additive. Known as Super Indian, Hubert fights evil forces who would overtake the Reservation's resources and population. Assisted by his trusty sidekicks Mega Bear and Diogi, they fight crime the way they know how -- with strength, smarts and humor.
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Arigon Starr is an enrolled member of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma. She grew up on the road as part of a military family. Her parents, Ken and Ruth Wahpecome (Creek-Cherokee-Seneca) supported her artistic expressions, encouraging her to learn as much as possible about music, composition, art, and drama. Starr relocated to Los Angeles, where she worked behind the scenes at entertainment companies like Viacom Productions and Showtime Networks. In 1996, she left her corporate job behind and became a full-time musician. Starr s first CD, Meet the Diva, was named Best Independent Recording at the Second Annual Native American Music Awards. Her second release, Wind-Up, contained the hit Junior Frybread, which was named Song/Single of the Year at the Fourth Annual Native American Music Awards. In 2002, Wacky Productions released her third CD, Backflip. Starr s fourth CD, The Red Road Original Cast Recording was named the Best Contemporary CD at the 15th Annual First Americans in the Arts Awards. Additionally, Arigon was named Songwriter of the Year by the Native American Music Awards and received a nomination for Best Country CD from the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards. Starr's music has taken her around the world including stops in London and the famous West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds, in addition to appearances at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and at venues like Sky City and Isleta Casinos in New Mexico, the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa and the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC and New York City. She has also gained fame for her acting and has been awarded two First Americans in the Arts Awards, the Maverick Award from the Los Angeles Women's Theater Project, and a Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers Award. Native Voices at the Autry featured her in several Equity productions and commissioned her as the playwright, composer and performer for The Red Road, a wild, wacky musical comedy. The play garnered rave reviews from the Los Angeles Times and Daily Variety and has toured across the U.S. and Australia. Her plays have been performed by Minneapolis Mixed Blood Theater and The Oklahoma City Theater Company. Additionally, Starr has appeared on television in Showtime's comedy, Barbershop: The Series and ABC s General Hospital. Native Voices at the Autry and the Native Radio Theater project teamed with Starr for Super Indian, a radio comedy series she created which was taped before a live audience and broadcast in 2007. Additionally, the same production team created a radio version of her one-woman show The Red Road, directed by award-winning British radio legend Dirk Maggs that was broadcast nationally in Fall 2009. Super Indian is a continuing online comic updated every Monday. The project was written, penciled, inked and digitally colored and lettered by Arigon Starr. The online issues were combined as Super Indian Volume One, published by Wacky Productions in 2012. Starr also teamed with Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers to create the Indigenous Narratives Collective (INC) and edited and produced a mini-comic highlighting the works of INC s stable of acclaimed Native American comic book artists. She is the recipient of the 2012 Lee Francis III Memorial/Wordcrafter of the Year Award for her work with INC. Arigon continues to write, act and perform and is represented by Kristene Wallis at the Wallis Agency. Starr is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity, and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.Review:
Great Scott! The long awaited indigenous super hero has arrived. The creative Native Arigon Starr does it again. --Charlie Hill, Pioneering Native American Stand-Up Comedian
Starr kinda makes you wonder what America would have looked like if Columbus had sunk! --Max Brooks, New York Times bestselling author of "The Zombie Survival Guide" and "World War Z"
Super Indian Rocks! --Dr. Brian May, Astrophysicist, British Rock Icon and guitarist for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Queen.
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