Comic Book Heroes
The Evolution of Comic Books Superheroes
As thrilling adventures, comic book superheroes reflect what happened during their times. One of the earliest comic books, Superman is the ultimate hero. Superman, a product or an exotic and exciting back story of beginnings that are alien or, saves men with his super powers. Following his lead, the comic book superheroes undertook a similar approach to saving mankind like Spider-Man, Wolverine, Green Lantern and Iron Man. Every comic book had a trademark superhero peculiarity. As an effect of the rise in popularity of superhero tv films like Iron Man, X-men as well as the Dark Knight, the people has become more conscious of superheroes. Superheroes originated from a response of the helplessness that many individuals felt throughout the dreary days they had during the Great Depression. Superheroes made people have hope and feel good about their chances of survival.
Mutants and extraterrestrial beings might be expected to possess superhuman powers but the emergence of Batman, for example, before the script was altered by the events of World War II. Batman may not have superhuman powers, but he's a razor-sharp mind and curious problem-solving capabilities. He also, has a great mastery of martial arts making him a unique human being.
On the other hand Wonder Woman and Captain America were created as wartime developments. Both had super powers as well as a powerful ethical compass qualifying as the top representative of the greatest nation in the world. Thus, they set to capture Europe, removing the evil Nazis having an aim of ending up like America itself, setting an example for the conquered enemies following the war. As the times improved and the economy got better, the characters of the comic books changed. The Hulk, which came into the scene in 1961, became a raging beast due to a radiation accident that occurred in a lab. Coming into the superhero movies scene of increasing dangers of a nuclear holocaust, the regression of the Hulk to bestiality revealed the uneasiness that was lurking which our scientific progress was going to bring forth.
As the country went into division and despair during the Vietnam War, comic book superheroes evolved to become morally ambiguous and black. The punisher who started as a model Marine is depicted as a weapons master with a driven destructive sense and becomes an expert torturer in his ambition to defeat his adversaries. Consequently, that age is represented by him when he participated in a mission as he revealed no worries.
The comic books superheroes were modified into antiheroes with the creation of Spawn in the early 1990s. This top CIA assassin was betrayed by his own guys. He proceeds to hell and makes a deal with the devil to return to life as Spawn who is not fully human and not a devil either. Visit this website at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/comic-books/ for more facts about comic books.