Heya @ObscurityofDCClub and other members of the DC Community! Welcome to the thirteenth - in the best MLG, gamer voice I can muster - MONTH OF OBSCURITY! For the month of April, we will be focusing on…
Age Suggestion: 12+
What We’ll Be Reading: All-Star Squadron
Number of Issues: 23 (Please only read issues 38-60)
Description taken from dc.fandom.com: Will Everett was the superhero Amazing Man. After gaining powers and longevity in a laboratory explosion, he became a member of the All-Star Squadron. Two of his grandsons, Will Everett III and Markus Clay, later took up the name as well.
With that out of the way, here are some discussion questions:
- What lessons can be learned from Amazing-Man’s experiences, both for individuals and for society as a whole?
- In what ways do you think Amazing-Man’s experiences as a superhero parallel or differ from real-life experiences of individuals who dedicate themselves to public service or activism?
- How do Amazing-Man’s superhero identity and powers reflect his personal values and motivations?
- What role do humor and comedic elements play in the Amazing-Man comics, and how does this impact the overall tone of the issues?
- In what ways do the Amazing-Man comics address issues related to family, community, and/or belonging?
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