History Literature / Hero

24th Jun '16 5:55:19 AM Doug86
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Golden Boy and Major Might both grew up in an orphanage, except that the US abolished the orphanage system in the 1950's in favor of foster care and group homes.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Golden Boy and Major Might both grew up in an orphanage, except that the US abolished the orphanage system in the 1950's 1950s in favor of foster care and group homes.



** The school Scarlett attended to hone her powers was an obvious reference to the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.

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** The school Scarlett attended to hone her powers was an obvious reference to the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.ComicBook/XMen.
21st Oct '15 9:47:01 PM Blazikid
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** The Man In Black - Franchise/{{Batman}}

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** The Man In Black Black/Dark Hero - Franchise/{{Batman}}
10th Sep '15 11:57:18 AM HighCrate
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* FiveManBand: The team led by Golden Boy consists of Thom, Scarlett, Larry, and Ruth.
** TheHero: Thom
** TheLancer: Scarlett, although Golden Boy tends to fall into this as well.
** TheBigGuy: Golden Boy.
** TheSmartGuy: Ruth.
** TheChick: Larry by default.

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* %%* FiveManBand: The team led by Golden Boy consists of Thom, Scarlett, Larry, and Ruth.
** TheHero: Thom
** TheLancer: Scarlett, although Golden Boy tends to fall into this as well.
** TheBigGuy: Golden Boy.
** TheSmartGuy: Ruth.
** TheChick: Larry by default.
Ruth.
14th Jul '15 5:34:33 PM nombretomado
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* CaptainErsatz: Justice couldn't be more a Franchise/{{Superman}} clone if his name were Clark Kent, [[spoiler: Not counting the evil, obviously]] but with a few elements of the MartianManhunter (phasing through matter, psychic powers). However, retired hero Captain Victory plays the ClarkKenting aspect of the Superman mythos completely straight. Thom's dad even lampshades it.

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* CaptainErsatz: Justice couldn't be more a Franchise/{{Superman}} clone if his name were Clark Kent, [[spoiler: Not counting the evil, obviously]] but with a few elements of the MartianManhunter ComicBook/MartianManhunter (phasing through matter, psychic powers). However, retired hero Captain Victory plays the ClarkKenting aspect of the Superman mythos completely straight. Thom's dad even lampshades it.
11th May '15 11:45:59 PM SeptimusHeap
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Hero is a 2007 novel by PerryMoore. It deals with Thom Creed, the son of retired-in-disgrace hero Major Might [[spoiler: and missing heroine Invisible Lass]].

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Hero is a 2007 novel by PerryMoore.Creator/PerryMoore. It deals with Thom Creed, the son of retired-in-disgrace hero Major Might [[spoiler: and missing heroine Invisible Lass]].
18th Nov '14 4:40:06 PM MagBas
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Golden Boy. This is actually a point of contention for him, since he grew up a ward of the state and nobody wanted to adopt him because they couldn't figure out his race. The UnfortunateImplications of his name (chosen by mentor Silver Bullet) probably aren't lost on him either.

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Golden Boy. This is actually a point of contention for him, since he grew up a ward of the state and nobody wanted to adopt him because they couldn't figure out his race. The UnfortunateImplications of his name (chosen by mentor Silver Bullet) probably aren't lost on him either.
1st Mar '14 8:52:12 PM kaydorkeey
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** Ruth also says this to Thom [[spoiler: when the League is about to charge Ssnake with a number of deaths, since only Thom would know he's innocent because they spent the night together]].

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** Ruth also says this to Thom [[spoiler: when the League is about to charge Ssnake with a number of deaths, since only Thom would know he's innocent because they spent were making out at the night together]].time]].
2nd Jan '14 10:58:36 AM DesertDragon
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Golden Boy and Major Might both grew up in an orphanage, except that the US abolished the orphanage system in the 1950's in favor of foster care and group homes.
10th Jul '13 5:09:58 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CaptainErsatz: Justice couldn't be more a {{Superman}} clone if his name were Clark Kent, [[spoiler: Not counting the evil, obviously]] but with a few elements of the MartianManhunter (phasing through matter, psychic powers). However, retired hero Captain Victory plays the ClarkKenting aspect of the Superman mythos completely straight. Thom's dad even lampshades it.

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* CaptainErsatz: Justice couldn't be more a {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} clone if his name were Clark Kent, [[spoiler: Not counting the evil, obviously]] but with a few elements of the MartianManhunter (phasing through matter, psychic powers). However, retired hero Captain Victory plays the ClarkKenting aspect of the Superman mythos completely straight. Thom's dad even lampshades it.



** The Man In Black - {{Batman}}
** Warrior Woman - WonderWoman

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** The Man In Black - {{Batman}}
Franchise/{{Batman}}
** Warrior Woman - WonderWomanFranchise/WonderWoman



** Uberman - Again, {{Superman}} at first glance, what with the multiple powers and his seemingly perfect nature.

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** Uberman - Again, {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} at first glance, what with the multiple powers and his seemingly perfect nature.
9th Jul '13 8:54:49 PM Eagal
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* FragileSpeedster: Golden Lad is very fast and that's all he is. He even gets tripped up at one point.

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* FragileSpeedster: Golden Lad Boy is very fast and that's all he is. He even gets tripped up at one point.
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