Geekitorial: Why Are Superheroes So lazy?

Recently the Geeks Versus Nerds Online Magazine went live!  They will be filling out inter-tubes with geeky, and nerdy, goodness.

Geeks Versus Nerds is a online podcast that takes the topics that we all argue about, throws in some humor, and records it for the web to listen.  They do topics like Boba Fett vrs Batman: Who is the Bigger Badass and Hellboy vrs Wolverine: Who is the bigger blue collar superhero?  

The show, now in it’s fourth season, has recorded 66 shows to date – all in front of a live audience.  They even had a guest call in by Nathan Fillion during the Han Solo vrs Malcom Reynolds debate.

Recently I wrote an article for their online magazine entitled Why are Superheroes so lazy?

Look up in the sky. It’s a bird; it’s a plane; it’s a copyrighted figure flying through the air through some self-propelled motion.

Comics book have long been the best resource for the telling of the super heroes tales. We see Batman take down insane criminal after insane criminal in his endless War on Crime. Superman conquers the evils of the universe in his bid to protect Earth and be its savior and in the other verse we see Spiderman saving the everyman and Iron Man being – well Iron Man. These heroes have powers unmatchable to the rest of the world, they fight crime every day to protect us, and they give up their all in an effort to save the world but do they really?

Read more at Geeks Versus Nerds

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