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Reply 5. Accepted Solution. Redman II. Well, there's also Thor. That is his fundamental nature, who he is: Thor. Donald Blake and Sigurd Jarlson have basically just been masks adopted to better blend into and move among modern mortal society.
Of course, pretty much the same can be said of Hercules and the Harry Cleese ID attempt, as well as most other gods and immortals and the mortal identities they've used on occasion, including the Eternals.
Back in the DC realm, there's also Wonder Woman. Diana Prince has only ever been a mask on those occasions when she felt a need to blend into mortal society.
Come to think of it, most if not all of the X-Men qualify, since they don't bother to maintain any semblance of a life outside of the proverbial costume.
They seem to be X-Men and nothing more. Any civilian identity used is basically a temporary cover. Regarding the X-Men, most of the first class actually did try attempting to lead normal lives at least for a while.
Jean was a model, Hank went to work for the Brand Corporation, and Bobby was an accountant. But fighting for mutant rights just became more all encompassing as the stakes got higher.
And there seemed to be an unspoken acknowledgment of the Magneto philosophy, even at the Xavier School: They are mutants. They should live as mutants, and not self-deny by trying to pretend that they're 'normal humans'.
Okay, and just what exactly about being a mutant requires one to live without any kind of life that's not dedicated to training and combat?
Where does being born with powers mean you can't kick back and have a barbecue and relax playing softball or celebrate Christmas? The only difference between say Wolverine and Spider-man is whether you were born with the powers or got them from outside and I have yet to see anyone saying that he or heroes like him are pretending to be 'normal humans' engaging in pursuits normal to humans.
Which makes it an artificial distinction that they unlike everyone else with powers can't have actual lives where being heroes is a job and not what their identity is forced on them from outside.
Good points there, they all end up trying to pass as normal humans for various reasons with ones like Hercules and his father doing it for the great times to be had.
Sadly true, they've had their humanity beaten out of them it seems like to the point they don't even have an ability to form normal human relations anymore.
If they were able to before like Dazzler once they become an X-man they have it wiped out of them. That pretty much sums up how Marvel handles mutants.
It may not make sense, but there it is. Dazzler was a great character before they decided that she had to be moved into the 'mutants' title and stripped of a past and rendered nothing more than a combat monkey with no identity outside that of an X-man.
They just aren't that interesting once they stopped being 3-dimensional and became so limited to the same cookie-cutter design.
One word. In the end the kind of threats against naturally born mutants and induced ones are pretty much the same. Either they're battling evil ones or dealing with normal humans or some sort of super-weapon that they've put together to destroy the superhumans because they're too prejudiced and stupid to see just how prejudiced and stupid they are targeting the only people responsible for them still being alive and not enslaved by some alien race or consumed by some cosmic entity.
I think you can take it even further back to El Zorro and the Lone Ranger. The Lone Ranger wore a mask to disguise the fact that he survived an ambush on himself and 5 other Texas Rangers by the Butch Cavendish Gang..
He used the ambush to fake his own death, or rather, to lead the Cavendish Gang to believe that he his last name was "Reid" had died in their ambush.
While the Lone Ranger never took off his mask or had a civilian life after the ambush by the Cavendish Gang, Zorro's Don Diego de la Vega persona was played up as an bumbling, incompetent, careless aristocrat to thwart suspicion that he was in fact Zorro.
Incompetent, bumbling, foppish. All of them assume secret IDs or maintain them to protect loved ones or for "operational security" so that they can do things their civilian IDs could never get away with under scrutiny.
It's a fairly old "superhero" trope. We have no responsibility for the content of the linked website s. Your use of this website and any dispute arising out of such use of the website is subject to the laws of South Africa.
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