By RedOwl_1 8 Comments
Those were my thoughts when my mom told me (by first time) that "superhero stuff is a bad influence" and many other for her friends say the same.
For me is pure prejudice and bad reputation they have of that.
The reputation of:
- Saying that the violence is the way to solve everything - No, they protect the ones that can't protect themselves and defeat bad guys that obviously aren't going to give up if you ask them to do that (at least u have mind control powers)
- Lying at the people u love is fine - No isn't fine, but they lie to protect them, yeah because they love their friends and family to support they fall in danger situations
- And that heroes like Batman send the message that everybody can do that dangerous stuff - Of course... if u have tons of money, years of training and a really painful reasons for doing that, then you can do the same as Batman :D
But the problem is that THEY BASE THEIR THINKING IN FALSE APPEARANCES and DON'T SEE THE CONTEXT
Because I learned a lot of good stuff of their comics and cartoons and especially moral stuff:
- The Joker: Devil's Advocate Taught me that justice is justice no matter for who applies
- Batman: The Return Of Bruce Wayne Taught me that u can do everything with just the power of your will
- Superman/Batman Taught me that differences doesn't matter when two people are trying to get the same objective
And if isn't enough a superhero teach u many things
- Aquaman (recently) Taught me that have patience with the ones who insult you is hard (and more when u have powers) but isn't impossible
- Nightwing Taught me that you have to take the bull by the horns in other words accept the situation and confront it
- Red Robin Taught me that you must have hope and faith in your beliefs though the world say you are crazy still believing that (not the same as being stubborn)
The cartoons taught u other basic things (ok, I'm too tired to write that)
I know u can learn that in other places but that proof that comics and the other stuff isn't useless at all, you end learning something but in a exciting way.
PD: I'm sorry if I got mistakes, I still learning english