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When it comes to superhero stories, would an audience be accepting of a weak character that is superhuman?

The move powerful a character is, the harder it is to create situations when they can be either brave or cowardly. A character who is almost totally omnipotent, almost totally invincible, and almost ...
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Is it odd to overestimate the danger of peak human characters or characters without powers?

Much depends on the skill set. A hero with Superman's skill set -- supersense, superstrength, flight, and invulnerability -- will be dangerously vulnerable to a peak human who's mastered disguise ...
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When it comes to superhero stories, would an audience be accepting of a weak character that is superhuman?

No, in fact to me, the more god-like and invulnerable a character is, the less heroic he is. What do they have to be afraid of? What makes them struggle? If you are invulnerable, it is not "...
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When it comes to superhero stories, would an audience be accepting of a weak character that is superhuman?

Even The Strongest Superheroes Have Weaknesses No matter how strong a superhero may seem, there is usually always a force that could curb stomp them into the ground. Superman's pretty tough, but what ...
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When it comes to superhero stories, would an audience be accepting of a weak character that is superhuman?

You can use any combination of powers, giving your superhero any level of competence, that you can pull off. Indeed, there have been superheroes suffering from crippling disabilities such that they ...
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