|You're-Not-Hitting-Me-Hard-Enough Lad is a net.hero created by Arthur Spitzer. See also You're-Not-Hitting-Me-Hard-Enough Lad (20).|
|Primary Writer:||Saxon Brenton|
|Status:||Member of the LNH (Classic Team)|
|Usability:||Free For Use|
First appeared in Legion of Net.Heroes Volume 2 #14 as one of those throwaway characters that Arthur Spitzer creates for a gag, only to have Saxon Brenton come along and say, "Hold up a minute, this guy has potential." (See also So-Lame-Even-Saxon-Brenton-Wouldn't-Use-Him-In-A-Story Lad.)
Calm and practical when he's not powered-up, itching for a fight when he is. His catchphrase is "No, you villains! Attack ME!"
Powers and Abilities
Absorbs kinetic energy to boost his strength (and to a lesser extent, resilience, speed and dexterity): the more you hit him, the stronger he gets. The rush of endorphins that he experiences as his strength grows makes him increasingly heroic (or reckless) as the fight proceeds.
Like many of Arthur's characters, never actually described.
Frequently hangs out with Pulls-Paper-Out-of-Hats Lad and Namer Boy, in a group that included Ubiquitous Boy Lad Jr. when he was on Earth. He would love to have Plummet as his archnemesis, but recognises that Plummet's obsessive hatred of Easily-Discovered Man makes this an unlikely prospect.