On a lazy afternoon all of the children of the school gather outside on the freshly cut grass to have some outdoor fun. The first thing they do is ask Superman in his superhero mask and cape to tie up a villain monster with colored thread. As you can see in the picture the villain named Glen is rolling on the ground looking like "Monster" with colorful thread wrapped around him.
While Glen is tossing and turning on the ground he is begging, "Please untie me you super heroes. I'm afraid I will never get out of this." Laughing at him, sassy little Ruby in her Wonder Woman mask and cape taunt him saying, "Glen, you are helpless and are now under a magic spell of all the super heroes. You can get up only if you can say the magic words."
Glen now worries that he might never be able to get up because he doesn't know the magic words. He knows that he should never have invaded the party. However, he struggles to figure out what the magic words might be. He thinks and he thinks and he thinks. He keeps repeating to himself, "The magic words are……The magic words are……The magic words are ……, but still the words do not come. But he remembers something that he saw some of the other children do that caused the magic words to appear in their brains.
He thinks if only he can turn over on his stomach the magic words will pop into his head and then he can get up. While he is trying to flip over the other children laugh with amusement. Tom, who is a good friend all dressed in his superhero cape and mask of Batman says to Glen, "Glen, you can do it! You are acting like a monster but I want you to have a second chance. Remember this poem and you will be able to flip over. I am good, I am strong, I am nice but I know I've done wrong. I can flip, I can flop, I can turn over and I can't stop."
Then magically Glen's little body does a flip and he says, "Holy magic words! The magic words are Super Hero." When he says that, all of the threads that are holding his body together pop off. Then he jumps up and says, "I'm free. I will never again act like a villain." The other children cheer and then Glen turns to Ruby and jokingly says, "Okay Ruby, it's your turn." Ruby replies, "No it's not!"
What happened after that was something we will never know because the bell rang and everyone went back to class.