It’s difficult to define Batman’s character as merely a Superhero. Indeed, his unwavering set of morals and idealistic sense of justice is reminiscent to that of a heroic archetype, however, at close examination of his character, the lines that define heroism start to blur and something much more darker, and nuanced starts to surface. Through […]

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Super Sons… Okay, let me be honest here, I am enjoying these books a lot more than I enjoy those about their more traditional counterparts. For those of you who don’t know, the Super Sons are a designation given to Jonathan Kent, also known as Superboy, son of Superman and Damian Wayne, also known as […]

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There’s this strange trope in shonen anime which is the exemplification of the idealised protagonist, stretching out to what seems like a constrained metamorphosis of power fantasy which as the times tend to change, becomes much more cliche and convoluted to the point of outmost ridiculousness. Out of the mess of subjects of grand prophecies, […]

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