7 Ways to Hurt a Hero: Don’t Read If You’re a Hero. Thanks.

Charles Yallowitz with a post that must not be read by superheroes.. because it is about how to hurt a superhero… some interesting projects on how to find their weak point..

Legends of Windemere

Superman and Doomsday Superman and Doomsday

Don’t let the picture fool you.  We aren’t talking exclusively about physical pain and torment.  That’s fairly easy and people have their own preferences.  Some villains go for the bones while others focus on the skin.  I went to Evil Bastard University (Go Pink Chickadees!) with a guy whose only struck the left side of his opponents.  Not sure what happened to him, but I’m sure he’s either doing okay or been killed by somebody who wasn’t in the mood for his antics.  Anyway, how do you REALLY hurt a hero?  Here are a few tips:

  1. The most common method is to hurt or kill a loved one.  If you go with the first or third option then make sure the hero is watching.  Doing it when they aren’t paying attention will get them mad, but having the see it happen creates a sense of helplessness.  Out…

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