Agent Huff

Superhero Huff

Her Story


Inspirational Comics

Superhero Huff was created to inspire and encourage all who have lost hope.  Special Agent Huff grew up on the west side of Chicago in the midst of gangs, drugs and all of life’s social ills.  Major set backs were a regular part of my life until one day I thought of what it would be to live life differently.  I had to be my own shero and I became an undercover drug agent to be a part of the solution.  I created this comic book to share the movement with you with only myself to rely on.  I pursued change and become so committed to that change nothing but death will keep me from it.

Book of Confidence

The World of Superhero Huff

Meet the Characters

Charlie Hudson

Tech Nerd


Technical Analyst


Athletic Build

Mr. Lazar

Well-dressed Charmer

Pheadra Huff

Very Curious Tomboy

Tazara Maze

Popular Cheerleader

Vincent Gates

Special Unit Boss

Zoey Dane

Sharp Shooter
huff meditation
west side chicago


Superhero Huff

“Agent Huff” is a comic book series that is about a strong young black female undercover police officer that has special powers from birth.  She is a no non-senses Foxy Brown/Christy Love type that is tech savvy.  She lives on the West Side of Chicago in K-town on a mission to restore safety, hope and increase literacy. She advances in her journey to become aware of the Secret Society that has been waiting to receive her from birth. She must prove herself to be worthy of her gifts by unselfishly giving of herself.  


"Superhero Huff will always serve to show you how to be victorious no matter what."

Creator of Superhero Huff

Yorli Huff

I am Yorli Huff, a real-life superhero! I am an empowerment specialist, I serve to use my true-life story to enlighten, empower and encourage others. The entire enterprise is based on my true-life story. I used to be an undercover drug agent in Chicago and I was discriminated against. I got evidence against my employer and filed a complaint internally. They threatened to kill me. I had to go to the FBI to get my charges approved with EEOC [the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission], and after an 11-year legal battle, I won.