It is of course an interesting question of just how Break got her blue card. Sure, teen heroes are a thing in the comics, but those comics don't have superhero licenses and formal hero education. If they were going to deploy teen heroes, I'd expect them to have limited licenses as either sidekicks to adult heroes or as members of teen teams with an adult teacher/supervisor. In this case, apparently they've fast-tracked her because she happens to have the perfect power to play arch enemy to a teen villain. The answer may boil down once again to merchandising. While there are probably a lot of adult heroes who could handle Make, they wouldn't make ideally marketable arch-enemies to Make. It could be that the reason why Break is riding Make so hard is because she needs him to be a villain so she can still have a superhero career. If he quits, she's out of a job. At this point she's clearly much more into it than he is.