Visual Arts — August 17, 2016 11:28 — 0 Comments

Seattle Superheroes: ‘Cave Sean’ De Tore

Hello and welcome back to our regular series, Seattle Superheroes, which has taken incarnations on several different sites but now lands here at home with The Monarch. This week’s installment features one of our favorite radio personalities, Sean De Tore, in all his selfless sacrifice-to-make-the-world-a-better-and-safer-place glory.

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Here we see Sean, mild-mannered, at home in his apartment when disaster strikes. The saber-toothed cat has escaped from the laboratory and Sean needs to protect his fellow citizens. Blessed with super strength and a fearlessness only born out of the streets of New Jersey, where Sean is originally from, he dashes out of the house like a lightening-quick radio signal only to find the cat and secure it to safety. Cave Sean rides again!

But back at his job at KIRO radio, Sean works the board and oversees the underbelly of the station’s production. He’s a whiz with banter and a lover of music (especially the bands appearing on his mixtape podcast), which soothes even the most savage of beasts: himself.


Art by Dominic Black. 


Jake Uitti is a founding editor of The Monarch Review.

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