“The World’s Smallest Superheroes,” with Guests, Eleven Year Old Creator of SuperCellular – Guided Imagery for Kids, Gabriel Gocobachi and His Mom, Jill Gatsby, Founder of The SuperCellular Music, Science and Arts Program; and Musical Guest, Singer / Songwriter, Guitarist, Skip Heller on The LIFE CHANGES Show
Gabriel Gocobachi created SuperCellular, the first healing micro superhero for kids when he was only 2 ½ years old.
After meeting a young boy at the Woodbridge Park who was very sick, Gabriel came home and declared that the world needed a healing superhero for kids, because the ones that Marvel Comics made didn’t do anything for a rotten cell! LOL
He said the boy told him he had good cells and bad cells inside of him and the good cells had to fight the bad guys. This is how a two-year-old boy came up with the name SuperCellular!
The first book Gabriel made was called THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERCELLULAR and it’s been for sale on Amazon for 8 years now.
Over the past 8 years Gabriel has helped to create more books:
Gabriel has also created 3 bravery awards for kids to help give them encouragement through tough times.
He’s taken these awards to the City of Hope Children’s Hospital and donated hundreds of them, but he’d like to see these bravery awards in the hands of all kids who have to go to the doctor or to the hospital to get shots or procedures.
Gabriel is currently starting a program at his school to teach other kids about Photoshop, Final Cut Pro and Adobe editing with animation.
Gabriel also co-starred with his mother in #BadMutha The Music Video where he plays an “overexposed” child exploited by his super liberal mother! #BADMUTHA MUSIC VIDEO with Jill Gatsby & Gabriel Gocobachi
Visit: www.gabrielgocobachi.com to view Gabriel’s videos, music, causes, parkour, trips to Monsterpalooza!
Visit www.supercellular.org to get empowered and help kids get through illnesses and surgery with flying colors!