• October 21, 2014

Iowa State Daily

Brown: Comic book heroes can be real-world role models

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  • Stephen Melinger posted at 12:52 pm on Sun, Jun 17, 2012.

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    Many people get inspiration from fictional heroes. Most comic book heroes have extraordinary powers that no one can logically attain. The classic comic books that I don't think are published anymore could relate heroes such as The Count of Monte Cristo, Robinson Crusoe and David Copperfield to today's youth

     

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