I'd heard about this book but never bothered to look for it. Saw it earlier today in a book store and I flipped through it, liked the art and decided to read just a little to see if I liked it. I ended up reading it straight through the end. It was moving, made me a little sad. Should I admit that? Now that I think about it, I finished it feeling a lot like I did after We3 (but worse), but I think for different reasons. Maybe. I'm not thinking about it that hard, just find it funny that I care more about animals than the people whose heads Midnighter kicks off and Peter Parker's constant complaining. Anyway, good book, a little different than most are probably used to (even the ones that read more than just superhero comics). Anyone else see it? Read it? Liked it? Hated it? Don't care?
Better than The Lion King
I haven't read it, so I'm not able to comment on the book, but I'll take the other points. Superheroes don't garner the same sympathy because, let's be honest, we want to be them. We have some envy for them. Like Arrow said, we see animals as weaker than ourselves. I think we also feel that humans bring their problems on themselves where as animals don't.
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