(This cartoon is posted on BLN with the express permission of the creators of BAPCPA Man.)When I think of Steven Horowitz and Gideon Kendall, I can't help but think of the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup. What a perfect combination. Horowitz, a New York City bankruptcy lawyer, and Kendall, a professional illustrator and fellow New Yorker, met years ago playing ultimate Frisbee in Brooklyn for a team called the F-Train. They became fast friends and, about a year ago, teamed up to do cartoons about bankruptcy law and bankruptcy lawyers. Horowitz has created several cartoon characters, including Bankruptcy Bill and his hapless colleague, Struck Finn (a transfer to the firm's bankruptcy department from structured finance). He recently introduced us to BAPCPA Man, a superhero dealing with BAPCPA (Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act), our new and largely incomprehensible bankruptcy law. As any bankruptcy judge or lawyer can tell you, sometimes it really does take a superhero to deal with this mess! Thankfully, we now have one in BAPCPA Man.