Do you like superheroes? They Were going to fight to see who will be the king of Wakanda and then they start fighting but before they start fighting they give black panther a purple drinking juice and then they started fighting and black panther beat opponent. And then black panther got to see his dad because they cover him with dirt and then he appeared in other world and there was a tree with panthers and the one of the panthers was his dad. If you are like most Americans, you probably like superheroes?
Why are we obsessed with superheroes? We as Americans are obsessed with superheroes because they save the world and they help people and they have been created to fill a need we have in society or within ourselves. For example, according to the Youtube video, it says that superheroes provide us with hope for something better.
Superheroes have a virtue that most regular humans don’t. And are above the corruption of society and governments?
Superheroes, such as Batman, Spiderman, Black panther, Ironman, and Wonder Woman, continue to interest kids and adults.
Do you like black panther as much as I do? Or what is your favorite Superheroe? Another reason Americans are obsessed with superheroes is that they don’t, need to have super powers to be a Superheroe here is an example, If you see someone bullying others and you try to stop the bullying that could turn you into a Superheroe. According to the picture of Superman talking to people, he reminds us that good Americans are people who support others regardless of their skin color. Origins gives us home for a better tomorrow. In a time when people feel they are being taken advantage of and over taxed, we just want to feel like there is some good in the work. Another reason that Americans are obsessed with superheroes because we need too, meant to see our personified. Another way that we love superheroes is… According to the ‘Wikipedia’ is says, over the years, Superheroes have morphed to fit our social needs of the time. Whether Ironman, was the biggest Superheroe star at the moment… Or Superman, about to renew his brand with Man of Steel or The Dark Knight. They are struggling to keep it together in Gotham City, we need superheroes to tackle problems that are too tough for mere mortals to handle. Superheroes have long been a part of popular culture – whether beloved by comic nerds in the 1930s or bringing millions into mainstream box offices today. What makes these characters so riveting? In some ways, Superman was a Jewish superhero. Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster, the two men who created Superman, Superman first arrived from the planet Krypton in the 1930s during the gathering storm before World War II.
In the cartoons of those early days, he fought Nazis and avenged the attack on Pearl Harbor. Were Jews, according to former DC Comics editor and comics teacher Jim Higgins, who teaches the Creating Comics class at the Los Angeles-based Meltdown Comics. In some ways, Superman was a Jewish superhero. Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster, the two men who created Superman, were Jews, according to former DC Comics editor and comics teacher Jim Higgins, who teaches the Creating Comics class at the Los Angeles-based Meltdown Comics shop. He called Superman ‘a metaphor for the Jewish immigrant experience.’ ‘He’s a strange visitor from another place,’ Higgins said. ‘He’s a stranger in a strange land. He has to adapt to being there. Has to learn all the ways to be an American, the same way they did.
You come to America it’s the land of opportunity, so you can become anything even Superman.’op. When two second-generation Jewish immigrants, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, sold their concept of an alien-born. Superstrong red-caped ‘champion of the oppressed’ to Detective Comics, Inc in 1938, they could not have had any idea that, 73 years later, we would still be obsessively mining the seam that they tore open. Nor, having been paid $130 for the rights to Superman, would they have been able to comprehend the billions of dollars that would flow from it. Superheroes have long been a part of popular culture – whether beloved by comic nerds in the 1930s or bringing millions into mainstream box offices today. What makes these characters so riveting? As you read the article, take note of the ways superheroes have changed throughout the years, and what these changes reveal about American society. Another reason of why are we obsessed with superheroes is, that Every action hero embodies the spirit of the age he is created in and as a result, is doomed to be a relic of his time.
James Bond is the suave secret agent of the Cold War, preserving the balance of power and enjoying the fruits of the status quo.
Mambo is the super-soldier of the Vietnam era, with little use for human pleasures, the embodiment of total war. Jason Bourne is the silent assassin of today’s digital world whose lifestyle of constant mobility serves both to outrun the gaze of security cameras and the nihilism of his situation. Traditional movie action stars mirror the state of the world they find themself. The subject of superpowers should be addressed. If Superman did not fly through the air and see through walls, his appeal would be considerably diminished. Critics often take these fantastical powers as the primary reason to ignore superhero stories; for what is fantastical must surely be escapist and therefore worthless. However, superpowers are symbolic in themselves.
This is why Americans are obsessed with superheroes, it is because superheroes try their best to make something better in the world.
And this is why I am obsessed with superheroes it is because they make something better for you.