25 March 2013 Outline
THESIS: Write your full thesis statement here.
1. Superheroes in modern culture -From Superman, created in 1938, Batman in 1939 and Wonder Woman, conceptualized in 1941, superheroes have been created with nearly characteristics imaginable and that shape and regularly reflect the ideologies of society. “Kids look up to these “heroes” they have this dream to be this character and the mentality that they have or want to have the powers of theses heroes, these kids want to be looked up to and honored for what they have done. They want to have pride and be loved.” A. These “superheroes” are admired for their costumes, dramatic story, their villains and the powerful characteristics. They like to see the fights and bringing justice to the crime. These heroes have a stereotype that they are beyond human and essentially perfect. They are considered unstoppable. (study mode) 1. They viewers(fans) of these superheroes and their media, want to be just like them, in the sense of dressing up and role playing with their friends the different scenes in the movies. They admire the physical characteristics(muscles/abilities) and their determination and loyalty 2. There is often this misconception that heroes are only concerned with the appearance and glory, but a lot of writer make an effort create a back story to emphasize to children that it could happen to them (to relate).(study mode) B. Images of physically superior beings with limited with weaknesses, and strong personalities have permeated our culture and have people trying to shape themselves to be like the superheroes them so admired. A hero is someone who rises above his or her fears and limitations to achieve something extraordinary ... a hero embodies what we believe is best in ourselves(study mode) A superhero must, by definition, be virtually ageless and immortal, capable of rising from...
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