Making Light: Hero Worship

Making Light: Hero Worship

I love this article.  I agree completely; I once wrote an article about how Wonder Woman was one of the many reasons I became a Witch.

I also agree that I don’t think their “reality” is relevant if we resonate with the myth.  I am grateful that comic books keep heroic and moral ideals alive in the modern day.  I am glad we don’t have to look strictly to our human leadership or our celebrities for role models.  I am glad that myth lives well enough in the modern world to support multi-million dollar movies on the topic and multi-million dollar video game environments in which people actively play the heroes.  It gives me hope for the human race.

I am linking this article to both of my blogs, “Sable Aradia, Priestess & Witch,” and “Confessions of a Geek Queen” at WordPress, because it crosses over both subjects quite well.

~ By Sunweaver at ~


~ by Sable Aradia on May 23, 2013.

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