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Oh, I'm so glad you brought up Daredevil because now I know who to pick for favorite Hero. After seeing the movies, I pick Elektra as my favorite hero and just might look into any comic books with her!
originally posted by: Velociryx
Hmmm...personally, I guess I'm a DareDevil fan.
When I'm writing fiction, I always approach my heroes and villains with a "price to be paid" mentality, so, the more power I give my heroes/villains, the more complications and weaknesses I also give them (no free lunch).
For me, DareDevil nails this - he's exquisitely trained and works hard for it, but...he's blind. Yeah, I know his training allows him to "see" better than most people with eyes, but it's still a limitation, and I like that. Makes him feel...I dunno...balanced I guess.
a reply to: TinySickTears
originally posted by: Bluntone22
And chair face Chippendale....
They poke at the hilarity of the superhero genre.
"Lord Kevin Plunder where is he? I must speak with him! ‘tis a matter—of the fate of worlds!" In a brief second appearance in the same issue, the character claims that "Lord Kevin Plunder and I have never met—and yet I feel that I know him...You see, I can—can 'feel' people in my mind! And I know that unless I speak with him—Lord Kevin will die!"