“Some are built. Some are made. Some are born.”
Apparently, on March 8, we get to see what makes a hero with Marvel Cinematic Universe’s newest addition to their superhero roster ‘Captain Marvel’. Throughout the years, we have seen the MCU grow. Despite the changing times, it’s safe to say that a lot of us have never grown tired of the movies they offer us. It doesn’t even matter if you are a huge comic book geek from the start or not. We started with Iron Man. Now here we are, patiently (or impatiently) waiting for the release of ‘Captain Marvel’, MCU’s latest adaptation.
Over the years, we learned plenty of things about being a hero. Often times, we come across people who may not have superpowers but still managed to do heroic things. The idea that MCU imparted to us when it comes to being a hero is not just having inhuman abilities; it’s about being selfless in the face of danger, being genuinely kind and good despite many hurdles, and being courageous. It is also to stand up to things that you know isn’t right.
Iron Man showed us courage, endurance, and responsibility, even when he had to go against his fellow Avengers. Captain America did not start out heroes usually do but he overcame a lot of things and ended up saving people along the way. He is selfless and his kind heart always shines through. Thor’s resolution, tenacity, and hard work earned him his powers. He even obtained the right to be King of his people. Captain Marvel is the latest addition to the MCU movie roster and people are excited to see what she imparts. Although it’s pretty obvious that her strong will to fight the bad is what makes her stand out, and also, her humility is just as admirable.
Not a lot of us have superhuman abilities but with a genuine and kind heart, we might just be a little part heroes ourselves.