After the epic adventure of thwarting Summersbane, John Coolman felt a sense of purpose. He decided to put his skills and gadgets to work for the betterment of the community. He started ‘Coolman Cares,’ an initiative to ensure that every household in Canberra had a functioning air conditioner. The excitement was palpable as the residents warmed up to the idea of having perfectly climate-controlled homes.
However, as the community grew, an underground group known as ‘The Heatmongers’ emerged, vowing to disrupt the initiative. They started a wave of air conditioner sabotage across the city.
John, unwilling to let his vision be thwarted, took up his mantle as ‘The Cool Avenger’ one final time. As he prepared for battle, he received unexpected support – the mischievous teenagers that had destroyed his own air conditioner. They had been inspired by John’s acts and wanted to help.
Armed with gadgets and a newfound alliance, John and the community embarked on a fun-filled, gadget-laden adventure to safeguard the air conditioners.
The streets of Canberra were alive with battles between the Cool Avenger, the reformed teenagers, and the rest of the community against the Heatmongers. Ice blasters, cooling shields and air circulators were wielded with a sense of purpose and determination.
Eventually, the Heatmongers were defeated, and the community was triumphant. John’s efforts had not only brought functional air conditioners but also united the community under a common cause.
As the seasons rolled on, John knew his work was not done. Eventually the weather would change, and John would be there to ensure that for people in Canberra, heating services and repairs would always be accessible.
He imagined Canberra as the utopia of optimal temperature control. People would travel from all over Australia just to get an air conditioning service or meet the professional technicians for ducted heating service near Canberra.
As John Coolman looked over the city he had helped shape, he realised that he had become more than ‘The Cool Avenger.’ He had become ‘The Cool Guardian’ – a protector of comfort and unity through the power of climate control. Canberra was now a beacon of perfectly balanced temperatures, thanks to the tireless efforts of its cool guardian.