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    A superhero that doesn’t have to rely on anything but himself, has an advantage over all the other superheroes. Have you ever heard of him before? This superhero may not be as popular as characters from The Avengers, but he is an important member of The Teen Titans. He has a mechanically enhanced body, and doesn’t need to depend on a suit or other objects. If you’ve never heard of a person with half of its body build with prosthetics, well Cyborg is one of these people. Before becoming a superhero

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    "Why so serious "? Says the joker. The joker, without a doubt, is one of the all time greatest villains. Furthermore , in the situation of superhero vs villain , the superhero has the win the matchup every time but the villain only has to win once. That being said, if i had a choice to be a superhero or a villain i would be a villain; because villains have unlimited freedoms, and they are important to society. Also, when i was a child i would watch movies , tv shows, and read comics. every time i

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    I beg to differ and put forth the argument that comics and the superhero genre provide the opportunity to take part in the Hero’s Journey, that todays Superhero matters more now to us individually and socially than ever before, and that todays comic book provides a unique reflection on the happenings in

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    Superhero History

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    through the pages of the different ages of s.h comics, pause to look at the major ups and downs of the industry, and complete the comic book with a short financial and societal impact comic have left (well, still leaving.) We’ll start off with the pre-superhero age, a time where things were much simpler and eating obscene amounts of spinach wasn’t just a health fad: the era of the “pulps.” Pulps were small, 10 cent books filled with characters that traveled the world and went on interesting adventures.

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    Superhero Film Analysis

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    Chandler Woo The Gender Imbalance in Superhero Film When William M. Marston, creator of fictional heroine Wonder Woman, asked a girl which female superhero she aspired to be, the girl retorted, “Aw, that’s girls stuff! Who wants to be a girl?” And that is the point; just as the young comic enthusiast suggested, our world has become a dominantly patriarchal society, ranking men over women in the social hierarchy. While some might argue that there is more gender equality in our world now than in any

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    Superhero Research Paper

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    Dank Superheros There are many Superheroes with lots of different powers, they all have their own unique ways to fight or interact with others. But there are only a few attributes that make a Superhero great, that make them better than the rest. All great superheroes have the ability to fly, they have super strength and they are invincible. Some of the Superheroes have super strength one of them being the Hulk. The Hulk may look like a normal person at first, but you do not want to make him angry

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    What Makes a Superhero?

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    confidence booster to keep on saving lives and defeating villains. To be a superhero there are some element s someone need to have to call himself a superhero. Most of the superheroes have the characteristics of courage, morality, resilience, and the most important superpowers or super-gadgets. One characteristic that all superheroes have is courage. Courage is a highly praised quality that many people admire. Every Superhero have something that have encourage them to do what they are now. One great

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    Superheros Influence on Society The First comic book was created in 1938 of Superman. The Idea of Superman was to be an influence for men and women and children of America, especially during the time of war. After This comic was created many other heroes and villains were made and are still being made today. But this time the role models have changed as well as comics and how people view them. In these days most people prefer the image of the villain over the hero or the hero with a dark path

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    Being able to fly, to defeat all the villains of the world, and having supernatural power are just some of the supernatural characteristics of a superhero. However, these characteristics are the personification of what society would indicate to be the perfect man; or, depending on what superhero, a woman. I grew up admiring and idolizing Superman. From wearing his underwear to owning every one of his videos, I yearned to become Superman. This, however, was obviously impossible. Superman can fly,

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    What is a Superhero? People ask this question all the time and a lot of definitions of it this word. Some say a superhero is just a fictional character such as Batman, Superman, and Spiderman, but others would say they are people protect them such as soldiers, police, and firefighters. My definition of a superhero is someone who fictional or non-fiction that is willing to put others before themselves to help protect people. This definition may cover a wide range of people, but it covers comics, soldiers

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