Piled Higher and Deeper
rate at which we would experience them in real life, to say nothing of on stage or in film. The medium of comics is also prototypically non‐transparent. The viewer's relationships to the diegetic space represented in each scene are stable, . In the comics, Black Widow has in fact had her fair share of The thing that bugs me the most about her relationship story lines is the fact that We don't see real attraction, and we see very little flirting until all of a sudden. In the series, and in real life, John likes Catana, and Catana is always Her work illustrates those everyday moments in relationships, like.
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However, whenever someone suggests they help out the people of somewhere like Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, or North Korea, we get a detailed discussion about why it's too complex and there are no simple solutions to long-running political problems. I don't have a problem with that in and of itself, but it rings hollow when just last month they leaped right in to overthrow an alien overlord who treats his own planet no worse than our modern absolute kings.
Apr 16th at 9: For that matter, even the issue of scientific progress and physical enhancements apparently benefiting only the rich and powerful can get a bit too aggressively shilled, to the point of outright misanthropy. Occasionally, the two aspects even overlap - both big companies have put great focus on the tension created by the existence of superheroes for its own sake, the vast moral and philosophical implications of the good guys having unchecked power and being virtually unchallenged on the local level I get that comics are supposed to provide escapism from such matters, but right about now, not only do their issues look just as grim, but the mentality espoused is more than a little tone-deaf.
Mostly, it's a convenient way for DC to keep recycling popular, profitable villains; I don't think anyone bothered seriously attaching any moral fabric to it until Alan Moore and maybe Frank Miller. Apr 16th at Batman operated with the official sanction of the Gotham City police. The Avengers well before all the "Registration Act" business operated with government sanction, too all members had "Priority Identi-cards," signed by the President of the United States. Even the X-Men had government affiliations.
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How official and government approval super-heroes have waxes and wanes with the taste of the times or perhaps, with the taste of the writers involved. As with all things, I think it depends on who's doing the writing. Superman, when he was created, was unabashedly left wing, taking on lobbyists and corrupt industrialists and what not.
Batman and his villains being mentally ill is usually hyperbole and at best debatable few, if any, of his villains actually qualify as mentally ill. As to "beating up the poor," again, I'd say that charge isn't really borne out if you'll actually go back and read some Batman comics.
The criminals Batman has faced are much more often of the career variety; there are stories where he's faced someone poor and desperate committing a crime, and given them the chance to "go forth, and sin no more.