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Superheroes in Cartoonland

Usually, male superheroes in cartoons are strong, charming, intelligent, and have scientific knowledge. Most often they have two personalities - one of a normal human being (preferably a rich man) and another - of a superhero with superpowers, who can easily climb up walls and jump to roofs, who is faster than a bullet and more powerful than a locomotive and can jump over high buildings. They possess super sense organs - infrared eyesight, super hearing, ice breath, skin, which can never be damaged but with a grenade.

The superheroes' mission is to serve the society, to protect the innocent and weak people, to defend the law and justice and of course to save the world. They use special weapons for this purpose - heavy military arsenal, different gadgets and flying costumes and especially equipped cars.











Female superpower is also inked to physical power and tenacity, but also with magic power, telepathy, power to control the emotions and thoughts of other people, regeneration capacity or at least extremely developed instincts. Super heroines are also intelligent and are distinguished by their loving hearts. They are stunningly beautiful and sexy and possess aristocratic behaviour. Usually they unite their superpowers with other girls.

Their mission is to support another superhero, because they are in love with him or in order to protect them from the evil. Their weapons are the force of thought, magic jewellery, which they use for defence, magic lasso and different kinds of magic, stars, knifes and other attributes of martial arts, but very rarely fire-arms.











Source: Wikipedia


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