Legion of Super-Heroes

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  • The Life Of A Volunteer Job

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    Barry 's POV As I woke up from my all night food coma I woke up in my armor and decided to wear a simple jogging outfit consisting of a wife beater and some dark sweat pants. As I ran I pondered what I should do in this universe. I ran a couple miles until I ran past a hospital next to a retirement home. "Smart move there." I backtracked remembering how my father was a docter and how I always loved helping people. I made up my mind as I chose to enter the retirement home first to apply for

  • Summary Of The Main Conflict In The Son Of Neptune

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    praetor of the legion, as part of her scheme to unite the Greeks and Romans to fight a greater enemy. Percy can't remember his name, where he is from but he does know that he has memories that could help Percy to help Camp Jupiter. Hazel, however has the opposite problem. She has too many memories of her past life before she came to Camp Jupiter.  A third conflict is that the 5th cohort is now the worst cohort in the legion because of a doomed 1980's expedition that caused the legion to lose their

  • Radscorpions: A Narrative Fiction

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    Novac, Novac to Cottonwood Cove, Eve walks, her shadow an Eyebot she repaired. The desert fights against with hordes of Radscorpions and ants but it’ll take an army of Deathclaws to stop her. The Mojave sun dips below the horizon as she reaches the Legion camp, sky a picturesque mix of pink, orange, and purple. In another life, she’d pull out a camera and snap a picture of the sunset. For now, she’s content with committing the beauty to memory. Too dark for Lucullus to ferry her to Fortification Hill

  • Black Adam Dictator

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    For this moment, he has a particularly nasty super villain to deal with. To halt evil from spreading throughout the globe, he has to be preemptive and cut out the infection, much like a diseased area of the body. Adam will be furious to see him, yet Superman- in his current unpredictable mood at least-

  • Gladiator: A True Story Of A True Hero

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    Ever since the beginning of time, people have been fascinated by heroes. From Hercules to Superman, children gathered around telling the historic stories of their marvelous victories. The problem with the entertainment industry is that the majority of these stories are fairy tales. Movies are meant to make people feel something or to change their perspective, not tell the same storybook endings. Of course children need fairy tales, yet at some point they need to grow up and realize the hero doesn’t

  • The American Dream Of The Poer V, Volar, By Langston Hughes

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    and repetition of significant words which reinforce the theme. The similes are “Supergirl comic books in my bedroom closet that was tall as I am”, and “sleek and hard as a supersonic missile” (Cofer 317). In addition, the allusions refer to Legion of Super Heroes and Supergirl comic books, the mention of Puerto

  • Symbolism In William Jennings Bryan's 'The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz'?

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    During the late 1800’s, a pervasive sense of melancholy permeated throughout the forgotten, dreary Midwestern United States. While the industrial revolution boosted the economy on the coasts, Midwestern farmers were victims of deflationary debt increases, exorbitant shipping and railroad rates, a high protective tariff, and a government that for the most part ignored them.1 Desperate circumstances moved the everyday American farmers to join together and voice their grievances. Instead of seeking

  • Joker and Batman Essay

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    Batman (originally referred to as the Bat-Man and still sometimes as the Batman) is a DC Comics fictional superhero who first appeared in Detective Comics #27 in May 1939. He has since become, along with Superman and Spider-Man, one of the world's most recognized superheroes.[1] Batman was co-created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, although only Kane receives official credit for the character. Batman's secret identity is Bruce Wayne, billionaire industrialist, playboy, and philanthropist

  • Crossing the Chasm

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    CROSSING THE CHASM. Copyright © 1991 by Geoffrey A. Moore. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. By payment of the required fees, you have been granted the non-exclusive, non-transferable right to access and read the text of this e-book on-screen. No part of this text may be reproduced, transmitted, downloaded, decompiled, reverse engineered, or stored in or introduced into any information storage and retrieval system, in any form or by any means, whether

  • Essay on Fall of Asclepius

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    Fall of Asclepius By Harm 1 and Icrick Prologue Where should I begin? The apocalypse happened so fast. In less than a month, monsters infested every part of this world. People panicked, people died. They clawed at each other just to get out of all the infested areas around the world. There was problem about fleeing from infested areas. Everywhere was infested. There was no where anyone could go without encountering the walking plague. You know that phrase "War is Hell"? Well... it's dead