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I am writing a paper for my church family camp. the theme is superheroes, and I would like to know what kept you going after 9/11. we had heroes in firemen and police officers, not ones in colored long johns. what kept you going?>
why did superheroes not die out but get even stronger?

thank you very much for your time,

Nathan Welty


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Superheroes got stronger to us all because they give us hope, We read about these men and women who put there own lifes at risk to save people out of the good of there hearts, And seeing that it takes place in a comic universe it helps us forget about the real world and the real problems that take place and help us drift off into a fantasy world. Comics show us how to imagine and have fun, and we talk about the characters we love as if they were real. No matter who we like. I would much rather sink myself deep into a comic book then sit in front of the t.v. watching the news about 9/11 or about the war etc. Im not saying we should forget about 9/11 but we shouldnt forget that life goes on and if we stay stuck in one time zone we will miss out on everything else. This may not be the answer you were looking for but it is my opinion.




> I am writing a paper for my church family camp. the theme is superheroes, and I would like to know what kept you going after 9/11. we had heroes in firemen and police officers, not ones in colored long johns. what kept you going?>
> why did superheroes not die out but get even stronger?
>
> thank you very much for your time,
>
> Nathan Welty


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