In ancient Rome, an alter ego, or "the other I," was considered to be not only a second self but also a trusted friend. It was believed to be distinct from a person's normal personality. Collected in this book are stories of heroes who not only battle injustice, criminals and super-villains; but they also must battle their other selves. These heroes learn that sometimes the hardest foe to defeat is the one that lies within. The short stories in Alter Egos Volume I are written by some of today's best sci-fi and action authors including a story by David J. Fielding, better known as "Zordon" from the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers.