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    Superhero movies have been on the rise lately. These movies are often looked at as entertainment for people who play Dungeons and Dragons and are simply mindless pleasure; however, this is not the case. The reason behind the popularity of superhero movies is more than just the want of the common comic book reader. The superhero movie industry has made a sharp incline in popularity; in fact there are more superhero movies now than ever before. A website called Fights, Tights and Movie Nights listed

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    Comic books have been around since 1933;in addition superhero movies have become immensely popular throughout the years. Comics are now a new way for people to escape their reality and look up to superheroes because they might have a deep connection towards them. Superheroes to me are symbols of plenty of things, such as peace, love and justice. Many superheroes are male and some are female however, they are all portrayed in a certain manner that divides the male and the female superheroes; female

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    Controversy Of Superhero

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    • Most of us here have read a comic book at one point in our life. Whether it is a newspaper comic strip or a superhero comic book. Two popular comic books publishers are Marvel and DC. Many superhero comics have been adapted into movies, like: Avengers, Iron man, X-men and just recently released, Deadpool. But even though these publishers have been successful for almost 10 years, there are still controversies about how women are portrayed/treated in comic books. • Firstly, let’s go back to the

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    American Superhero

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    Everyone has a childhood superhero that they grew up with. For generations now, superhero fans have battled each other out to see who the best of the best is. Some will argue that Superman is the best, while others argue about how Batman is the best. These two iconic superheroes are known to be best because of their powers, their famous transportation, and their weaknesses. First off, Superman is known to be an American cultural icon and the first comic book superhero. Superman has multiple super

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    Marvel Superhero

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    soulmate. Just like the average joe, I've been observant of television my entire life. The characters, plots, and whereabouts take me on a journey every episode. Alike books, Tv Shows and movies transport me to a new reality. There filled with Superhero, Movie Star, or Australian Wildlife Explorer. Forthwith, a sole influence in my life would be the Marvels Cinematic Universe. The Worlds modern superheroes, who solved crimes and fought bad guys. They were undistinguished citizens by dawn and crime

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    What Is A Superhero?

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    is a Superhero? It seems like a normal thing for this generation to idolize superheroes. From the day some people could understand movies as anything other than just pictures on a screen, superheroes have inspired them and made them believe in the supernatural. Normally it begins with a fascination with Greek Mythology heroes such as Herakles or Percy Jackson. Tastes in heroes change, though; now Batman, Spider man and Superman along with The Avengers have taken a dominant role in the Superhero community

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    Batman As Superheros

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    For many, a superhero must have certain qualities. People want a superhero that is loyal, selfless, smart and strong. These characteristics are what many superheroes in comic books have; and in the early twentieth century, many teen boys were turning to for guidance. Batman was created for the kids who did not have it very easy. Batman saw both of his parents murdered and became a vigilante to fight off crime. Bruce Wayne changes into Batman for the better and portrays the better qualities of a hero

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    Superhero Censorship

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    The creation of "superhero comic books presents an effective way to convey and implant positive messages into the minds of the readers. It also helps that the issues of the comic books are relatable and is often the current issue of the time," says Sharon Lamb, a highly distinguished psychologist. "Comic book issues often revolve around the topic of drugs, bullying, racism and corruption, as they were the issues faced by the society at that time," explained theartifice.com Each 'episode' became a

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    movie was about a superhero, “…with a bad attitude, a bad fashion sense and a perpetually bad hangover. Still, he hasn't completely given up on protecting his city from crime—although he causes so much destruction in the process that most [] would rather he just stay home and sleep off the booze” (Alter, 2008). However, after watching the movie, there is much more to the story line than portrayed in the trailers and previews. So what’s the big secret? Hancock is about a superhero who lacks the motivation

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    Superheros In Teamwork

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    Superheros in training consist of Hannah Constable, Austin Gault, Hannah Gifford, Reece Turley, as well as myself. Overall we got everything done but not exactly how I was planning the whole project to go. At the start we all began to take a task upon ourselves however, we went slightly down hill. All the progress seems to just stop. I am the type of person who likes to get work done before the last minute and my group waited till the last week to do anything. Hannah Constable is more of a quiet

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