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villains. Up to date, his archnemesis is actually a student named Atul Highwater. Highwater is so ardent about being not fresh and is such an avid mismatcher, that Mr. Fresh’s powers do him no justice. Since Atul’s motives are opposite of Mr. Fresh’s, he actually tries to make kids not fresh,
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Patel Patel Mathews De Zaio 3 and make them regress to their ways of tucking in their t-shirts and carrying pencils and pens in their shirt pockets. In public, Mr. Fresh likes to stay relatively quiet. What this means is that he has disguises, but these disguises don’t necessarily keep him on the down low. For example, his main disguise is Trey Songz, a musical artist whose name is based off of his name. His other disguises follow the trend of musical artists and producers such as Drake, Lil’ Wayne, and Keri Hilson. Mr. Fresh’s goal on Earth is to make sure no child, particularly teenager, must go through what he did. “Fresh to death like I got dressed in a coffin” is his own line, and he advocates his lyrics through his magical superpowers. He navigates the planet assuring that every child has a social life, and a physical image to back it up. Mr. Fresh is a symbol of today’s pop culture and is the epitome of the lives of teenagers and students today, and as a superhero, aids the common people in their needs.
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  • Fall '09
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