Meet Comic Book Superhero Kadrolsha Ona Carole

Meet Kadrolsha Ona Carole, a genuine comic book superhero who quietly walks Manchester’s mean streets, always ready to swing into action (or prayer). KO battles the dark side through her powers of positive energy, banishing wickedness with her swift sword of kindness. Being a superhero takes time, but she also cultivates such talents as healer, ghost hunter, director, psychic, producer, actor and horse person. KO summons her strength from the infinite light, so next time you need a boost, just look …look … up in the sky — or, better yet, within — for a potent dose of KO’s positive “kapow.”

Ko Sharp Done

Photo by David Mendelsohn

  • I am totally a superhero!
  • In my comic books, I am called Kadrolsha Ona, or just plain KO. A side note: I am indisputably the first person in comic book history to be a superhero doing what she does in real life between the pages of a comic book.
  • My comic book character came to life at the O Comic Con in Iowa. Charles Moisant of Silver Phoenix Entertainment walked up to me and asked if I wanted to be in a comic book. I said, “Hey, dude, who doesn’t want to be in a comic book? Yes! But it has to be real.” The rest is history.
  • Best move I ever made was to trademark the name Queen of the Paranormal. I was doing a radio interview on the old WNDS. This gentleman called in and said, “I dub you Queen of the Paranormal.” It stuck! Been using it ever since.
  • I am a former police auxiliary officer. I drove a police car, carried a gun, and was also a constable for the town of Andover, Massachusetts.
  • Questioning in police work is similar to a psychic doing a reading. One question leads to another and, before you know it, it’s like reading someone’s mind.
  • In my comic books, the stories are real and have all happened. Except for the “Haunting Tales of Batchelder’s Grove.” In that comic book series, I am real and doing what
    I do in life like in my other comic books, but the other characters aren’t real. They are based on fantasy.
  • I travel all over the nation appearing and signing autographs and selling pictures, ghost-hunting products and comic books.
  • I still visit psychic fairs. I bring a few people with me and we all visit the same psychic. Nine out of 10 times we all got the same readings. That is why I say most are bogus and pull on your heart strings for a buck. Not good.
  • I feel 98% of all psychics are full of crap. It’s the 2% that are exceptional at their craft.
  • Fighting evil with positivity is what I am all about. In the children’s book series I am writing, there are hard-hitting life lessons with a positive lesson to be learned.
  • The spirit remains when you die. I said that and I stand by it. The spirit is energy, and energy has always been here and will always remain.


The Power of Positive Pulp

KO’s exploits in psychic derring-do have appeared in four different comic books to date, all with writer Brian K. Morris of Rising Tide Publications. She is two issues into a six-book series published by Silver Phoenix Entertainment, and then there is the “Celebrity Ghost Hunters” comic book with artist Eric Hawkins. “We replicated a video paranormal investigation we did at Kings Park, New York, that went viral,” KO says. “It’s super-cool.” But her current fave of all her own cartoon chronicles is “Queen of the Paranormal Adventures: The Healing” with artist Paul Quinn. She says she’s under contract for two more issues of that title and they should be ready by spring 2022.

Credits: Big thanks to Dean and Laurel Abagis for their invaluable assistance in pulling off this shot.

Note: Ona can be reached directly at

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