Superheroes Essay

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The Greatest Superheroes In Dulce Pinzon visual essay, “The Real Story of the Superheroes,” Pinzon suggests that it is easy to take for granted everyday heroes. That the real heroes of the world are men and women you work extraordinary hours and in extreme conditions for their family. Pinzon has written this essay to pay homage to the people who make a big sacrifice for the good of others. Three different people are displayed in their work environment dressed as fictional superheroes, trying to provide for their families. What is a superhero? says a superhero is “a hero, especially in children's comic books and television cartoons, possessing extraordinary, often magical powers.” When you think of a superhero one would normally think of Superman, Batman, or Wonder Woman, but in Pinzon essay they are individuals that normal everyday people can look up to. These individuals dedicated their lives to serving their family by working in extreme conditions at low wages to pay for their family’s needs. Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”. Pinzon essay shows that people in today’s society can be compared to fictional superheroes, and that they are the true heroes of this world. A good example of these extraordinary people is Noe Reyes from the state of Puebla works as a delivery boy in Brooklyn, New York. He is able to send five hundred dollars home a week. In the picture courtesy of Pinzon, Reyes is being displayed wearing a superman outfit while being a delivery boy on a bike. In all fictional stories about superman he is considered a superhero because he can fly, he is extraordinarily strong, and he the only thing that can stop him is kryptonite. Reyes seems to be working as hard and fast as he is physically able, to send home such a large amount of money back home each week. He cannot

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