Superman is an archetypical hero, a hero in books and movies that fights villains with supernatural powers. Mahatma Gandhi is a historical hero, a hero that made a huge impact in the past to better the world by breaking unfair laws. Veronika Scott is an everyday hero, an ordinary person who becomes a hero by doing one or two extraordinary deeds. Dallas Winston is an unlikely hero, a person who becomes a hero by accident and doesn’t want to be one. Even though they are different types of heroes, all four of them have certain traits and actions that make them heroes.
Hercules is most known for being very self confident, but is also known for being crazy, and unpredictable because of Hera’s spell she casted on him people came to believe these things. Katniss and Hercules are both considered hero’s. Just because they have different quest, strengths, and personalities. All these things being different doesn’t make one more a hero than the
Oliver Stone once said “Heroes are everyday, common people.” Many people think of Batman, or Superman when they hear the word hero, but there are other heroes than just the ones who have superpowers. Although the most acclaimed heroes may be the comic book characters, but ordinary people are heroes too. The heroes in real life are the normal everyday people who have courage, bravery, determination, and generosity; people like Harry Swimmer or Christopher Reeves are heroes. The exclusive traits someone possesses is what makes a normal person a hero. First of all, all hero needs to be brave, they need to be able to overcome their fears.
Batman v Superman The rivalry between the Gotham knight and the kryptonian has gone on for decades. Both are popular superheroes who do good for others, and fight for their city. Each have their own way of handling villains and the safety of the world but the argument always goes back to who is the better hero? Batman and Superman have fought alongside each other for years, yet they are always compared to one another. Through differences in abilities, adversity and goals, it is easy to compare and contrast the two.
As comics have evolved, the female superheroes have been written to become solid characters independent of their male counterparts. However, despite this progression, women in comics continue to be illustrated as sexy, voluptuous, and alluring. They demonstrate strength and independence, but for the male reader, mostly sexual appeal. “If anything, the comics of today are more blatantly sexist and provocative than ever. For every positive female role model, two negative ones can be found” (Lavin 97).
Some people cheer superheroes while the law hunts others as criminals, but both kinds of heroes have the same goals: a better world. So, what makes them different? Superman, Flash, and Captain America are all viewed as great heroes who consistently save lives and there are those such as Batman, Green Arrow, or Daredevil. This latter group is often considered by law enforcement as a threat as bad as the evildoers the heroes battle. Why is this?The answer is rather simple and is found in two concepts: proactive and reactive.
Not every hero needs to be perfect. In fact no one is perfect, but that is what makes us human, and that is what Odysseus was. He was not some all mighty perfect leader with inhuman abilities, he was just some normal human who became a hero through his actions. He became known as one of the most famous heroes among men and the gods, and we can do that too with our actions just like
If it is not clear to you by now, Beowulf is not who he appears to be. Everyone who reads the story can easily see that he is a strong, powerful hero-type that saves a community from a monster. However, if Barney Stinson read that same story, he would come up with the same conclusion that I had: Beowulf is a bloodthirsty, vainglorious superhuman who values killing and fame more than the saving of a community or the vanquishing of a terrorizing
On the contrary the hulk let 's banner transform back into himself, helping each other become safer and calmer. They later become liked and prefered in battle by other superheroes because the hulk isn 't a mindless monster anymore. These two have very different opinions and views. At the beginning they had an internal battle with each other because each one believed they were more fit to control the body. What makes these guys stronger is the fact that they let each other control the body equally, which helps each one use their abilities to the fullest.
We all have that frustrated, out bursting Hulk inside us but we must use that to achieve better goals. That Hulk can prove to be constructive for the potentially destructive power. It is okay to be angry until that anger is used for better things. Iron man is the most popular and loved superhero. People love him because he is a self made superhero.