- YLJLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
「平民英雄」在媒體報導上常見的寫法為Everyday Hero，這是最常聽到的用法就是Everyday Hero
歡迎參考實例，這是講蜘蛛人是平民英雄的一本書，書名就是Spider-Man Everyday Hero:2（http://www.amazon.de/Spider-Man-Everyday-Hero-Marv... 2:Everyday Hero（http://www.harpercollins.com/books/9780060573638/S...
Spider-Man, though, was another kettle of kryptonite. D.C. Comics had the patent on the all-American superheroes, such as Superman and Batman, so Marvel Comics created scrappy anti-heroes in the 1960s, just as the youth culture emerged.
Kelley J. Hall, who teaches a course called Comic Books and American Society at DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., said Marvel introduced "behind the mask" stories.
Marvel, Hall said, "put comic books on the path of stories that were applicable to everyday lives." The "heroes happened to be heroes in their spare time," she said.
Chief among those heroes was Spider-Man, a vulnerable adolescent whose superpowers were juxtaposed with garden-variety teenage anxieties.
Spider-Man "was like some young punk," Ross said. He "was the feet-of-clay kind of superhero," and perhaps "the most human" and "most sympathetic" of all superheroes.
Wright, whose book traces the social, cultural and historical evolution of superheroes, said Spider-Man dealt with "heartbreak, tragedy, financial difficulties, loneliness and existential confusion."
The character's temper would flare, and he "had bouts of depression and self-pity," "shed tears of grief" - and may have been the very first male superhero to do so. But, added Wright, "he had an inner strength and innate goodness that led him to triumph over despair."
2007-02-26 02:08:30 補充：
- PaulLv 41 0 年前
The hero who comes from the populace
- 1 0 年前
平民英雄 = citizen heros