I have a very special idea for the superheroes concept art gallery and it came from a friend of mine who was a huge fan of Superheroes. She says it’s something that’s “so popular with kids, too.” I don’t think it’s true, but it’s something that’s been around a lot of kids.
As for my friend, she thinks it’s a very cool idea, but I think some of the artists in the gallery are trying to take advantage of a trend that’s very popular among kids. A lot of the “superhero” art is very cookie-cutter and flat, or at least it looks that way.
The idea of a superhero is great, but I don’t think there’s any evidence for them really being that good. I think that most of what we see in superhero movies are just flashy costumes and super-strength, and that makes it seem like heroes are some kind of gods that can do all kinds of awesome stuff. In reality, most heroes are not that good, and even if they are they’re usually just a bunch of super-powered people.
As a long-time comic reader, I have to say that I agree with the majority of what you said here. So I guess what I’m trying to say is that a strong superhero identity doesn’t have to be a very strong identity to be a good identity. It just has to be one that people can relate to.
Thats true. I just wish more people would realize this.
Now, you might think that the problem is that comics are not as popular as movies or television. I might be wrong about that. I just think that most people don’t realize how popular superheroes are.
I don’t think so. I think they have a very strong identity, and because of that they have to be a lot of people who are able to relate to their characters.
Comics are still a very popular medium, so I’d be willing to bet that a good amount of the people who read them are not the ones who are able to relate to their characters. I’d be willing to bet that a good amount of the people who read comics are not the ones who are able to relate to their characters. I’d be willing to bet that a very good amount of the people who read comic books can relate to their characters.
If I’m having a discussion with a prospective reader on the topic, I always ask them if they’ve read a superhero comic. If they haven’t, then I tell them to read a superhero comic. If they haven’t read a superhero comic, then I tell them to read an article in one of those places that sells comics.