Superheroes inspire audiences with acts of bravery, the ethics of self-sacrifice, and an unending commitment to protecting the weak and upholding justice. And that’s all very nice in fiction. In the real world, humans are humans and they are often not so super.
In today’s new Golden Age of superhero TV shows, it’s easy to forget that there are ordinary mortals both behind of and in front of the cameras. After all, when our favorite butt-kickers in tights are giving the bad guys hell, we can get a carried away in dreams of heroics.
Real life sometimes takes its toll when the actors and producers of these shows are put under a searchlight. Abuse, feuds, ...
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