As a kid he used to zap bugs with a homemade taser made from an old blender, a mini-fan, and some chicken wire. When he was twelve he shut down his middle school's entire computer network to get out of English class. At sixteen, he was manipulating ATM's into giving rather than receiving.
No longer the erratic and socially-awkward youth he used to be, Miles projects a more confident and capable attitude these days. As one of the youngest and most gifted inventors of his generation, Miles has become a sort of rockstar within the geek/tech world, his most recent claim-to-fame being 'The Slice' , a smart phone of his own design that's gained critical acclaim. Though highly sought after, Miles keeps the majority of both his tech and talent to himself, which keeps everyone in the business on the edge of their seats waiting for what might come next.
He's a self-confessed video-game addict. Everything from consoles to MMO's, to retro arcade games like Pac-Man. In fact, when not kicking superpowered booty or tinkering away in his lair, it's a good bet Miles is hanging out in one of the many arcades around the city. Just don't ask him to hit pause.
- Miles never really had any serious girlfriends before Casey. But when he met the ivory-haired bombshell known as High Score, it was practically all over. Like Miles, she's a hardcore gamer. Casey's got the mouth of a sailor and certainly isn't one to pull punches; two qualities that set her apart from every other chick Miles has ever met. The two have since broken up but still remain close friends.
- Lilah's an artsy chick Miles met years and years ago. An artist and tattooist, Lilah's personality is just as colorful as her wardrobe. Miles admires her artistic talents and endeavors. He also does tech work for her every now and then.
• The Griefer
The Griefer is Miles' arch-nemesis who, for some reason, holds a personal grudge against him. He wears custom-made gravity armor, a high-tech, army green suit of armor that projects it's own force field using super small internal gravity generators. His rocket boots allow him to hover (but not fly), and his energy gauntlets fire blasts of... well... energy. Miles apparently wronged him in the past, though he has no idea who the Griefer really is or what he did to him.
• The Disc
Sera Truth, a former rave DJ, generates Tron-style energy discs. She uses her abilities to steal high-priced artifacts. May or may not be romantically interested in Miles.
Edwin Codge is a d-list "supervillain" with delusions of grandeur. When touched by his left hand, his victims instantly fall unconscious. His enemies - Long sleeve shirts and body armor.
• The Terror Twins
Mindy and Mandy Terra, also known as the Terror Twins, are two highly gifted and highly attractive young women who possessed the power of persuasion even before they discovered their telepathic abilities. The twins share a mental bond, and together, their psychic abilities are amplified to the point where they can move objects with their minds.
• Abigail Mercer
Daughter of Howard Mercer, CEO of MercerTech, Abigail is a ruthless businesswoman and master manipulator. Not above corporate espionage or blackmail, Abigail will stop at nothing from gaining anything she wants. Miles made an enemy of her when he refused to work for MercerTech. Since then, she's been closely watching him. He knows.
• Killer Serve
A former table-tennis pro who was bounced from tournaments for using superhuman performance-enhancing drugs, Roderick Pong possesses Hyperkinesis, the ability to predict trajectory by eyesight. Using gimmicked exploding Ping-Pong balls, Roderick robbed a bank to provide the purse to fund an underground table-tennis tournament. Needless to say, Miles foiled his extremely villainous plot.
• Humans First
A pro-human organization who campaign (sometimes violently) against aliens, intelligent animals, artificial intelligences, and non-human looking metahumans.
• Archimedes Merlin
A time traveler from the far future, Merlin uses advanced technology he passes off as "magic" to crowds. More of a general annoyance than a real threat, Merlin's gadgets often backfire, endangering the lives of innocent bystanders.
• Miles is lactose intolerant.
• He is a fan of anything science fiction related, often referencing Star Trek, Doctor Who, X-Files, or Star Wars in regular conversation.
• His favorite arcade game is Killer Instinct.
• He actually enjoyed Revenge of the Sith.
• Miles set his high school's record for most hot dogs eaten in a lunch period. To this day, it still stands.
• Deus Ex Machina - A brief explanation of Miles' abilities.
• You Just Can't Win - Twin psychic catholic schoolgirls give Miles a run for his money.
• The Thrill Is In The Chase - An elusive diamond thief proves difficult to catch.
• Viral - Miles discovers a crashed spaceship, then wishes he hadn't.
• Upgrade - Miles has a breakthrough.
• Sixty Feet Tall - Someone's trying to kill Miles...
• Small Victories - Miles helps out wherever he can.
• Election Time - Someone's put a hit out on the governor of Rhode Island. Miles happens to be in the right place at the right time for once.
• Rocksteady - Miles is put between a rock and a hard place.
• Shackled - A con-man and a thief tricks Miles into helping him.
• Girls Like You - He tried to run from his past, but it's finally caught up to him.
• School Daze - Miles goes back to school! But students all across campus are acting strangely...
• Bam Kapow!
- Miles interrupts a robbery within a comic book shop. Hijinks ensues.