Anung Un Rama was sent to Earth. From hell. When he was a kid. And he grew up to become a red boss with a weakness for cigars (here he could get along well with Wolverine) with his horns filed off. What a remarkable opposite of Wolverine!
No costumes, no double identity. He lives like a superhero, and he is a superhero. He doesn’t hide because he simply can’t. It’s useless. He only needs to be better than the others. But he is brutal. Again and again. The adamantium is a gift for some, while it may be a curse for Wolverine. Who knows.
You know that man who turns into a green monster when he gets angry. A murdering monster. No self-control. When it recedes, corpses are left around. And naked Bruce Banner. An awesome character. No conscious decisions at all. This is a pure curse.
Tony, Tony. Debauched and prodigal. An unpredictable arms dealer and billionaire who transforms at will into an iron beast. And this beast – surprise, surprise – protects the world. A similar story to the one of Batman, right? Only Batman is a knight of darkness, while Iron Man is a knight of footlights, let’s say.
The king of all the superheroes; number one, capo di tutti, right? I never enjoyed stories about Superman. Only in its last version I was impressed by several moments and just fell in love with him. They threw him on Earth, knowing others would make a fool of him. And still they did it.
For quite a long time, I couldn’t find a tool sufficient enough to enable me to help my clients with the whole range of their (common) worries about brands and intuitive enough to get them to use it for their work. Even without me. Tools are either too complicated and require that the consultant be present (yes, only the doctor really knows how to use it) or so easily understandable and clear that they don’t work or even do damage. Let’s stick with the doctor metaphor, as it’s quite fitting. What do you do when your leg hurts? You give it some time. Check Google. But then you probably go to see your doctor. Is it serious, doctor? Your doctor is no specialist in legs, but s/he has seen enough patients to be able to tell how serious the situation is. And to help you. Just apply some compresses and keep off of it! Or s/he sends you to a specialist for an examination and it has to be x-rayed, as the doctor isn’t too happy about the way it looks. The specialist will take care of you, and you will bring the results to your doctor. How simple, of course. Well, not in every country, though.
The same story as Mr. Batman, at first sight, but an absolutely different reality. And I’m not referring to the fact that Peter Parker isn’t a rich man or that Bruce didn’t live with his auntie. Peter was handicapped. Handicapped with a gift he could have squandered or made useful.