The character is from a distant part of the universe but resembles an 11-year-old human. Is CS male or female? That is a big part of the mystery that one day will be revealed in the comic strip.
Captain Sideways is part of an initiative to help youth be better innovators and problem solvers. Captain Sideways will soon appear in a comic strip.
Inside the visor, BrainSwarming graphs appear to help CS solves problems. CS can project the graphs into the air as a hologram so others can help, too.
It appears that CS can fly, but really CS floats and can move in a direction at various speeds. In the far side of the universe, organic life evolved to respond to gravity differently. In fact, CS has to stay focused to stay on the ground. While daydreaming, CS floats away and people say that CS is "spacey."
When focusing on a problem, CS often looks at things sideways, upside down, and backwards by floating around what is being observed.
The suit has a symbol based on the phrase "thinking outside the box."
To find out more: Contact Dr. Tony McCaffrey, the real Captain Sideways, at email@example.com
Soon, Captain Sideways will be in action solving problems. Stay tuned!