Monday, April 28, 2014
Forbes Living and the Power of Super Heroes
Super heroes can make the world better in the smallest and most significant ways. Forbes Living explores how the power of super heroes can make us feel like leaping tall buildings in a single bound.
Children learn to love super heroes from the time they are old enough to watch and understand TV. They learn how super heroes fight for the underdog and they learn how to treat people. Super heroes come in all sizes and shapes from humans to dogs. When kids don the costume of their favorite super hero they feel strength, compassion and powerful. Sometimes they feel powerful enough to battle a deadly disease they have like Miles Scott dressed as Batman. Super heroes can also be dad and moms, aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents and siblings. It doesn’t matter if the super hero is five years old or fifty years old or older.
Forbes Living TV also realizes that adults like to dress up as their super heroes too. Just ask the thousands of comic book fans who meticulously dress up like their favorites every year for the various Comic Con fests. Everyone wants to feel they are powerful. Sometimes it just takes a Wonder Woman or Thor costume to make us feel that way.