The trend is to have every hero be “dark” and “edgy.” This habit is why, more than ever, The Phantom is a fun and good piece of entertainment.
"The study of the life, works, and ideas of our national hero is an exercise in archetypal psychology."
"During his time in service, Tolkien also came to be deeply impressed by the cheerful resilience of the ordinary Lancashire cotton operatives, miners, and factory workers he commanded."
"Just as God repeatedly uses the weakest, most unlikely individuals as instruments to carry out His will in our world, He chooses Frodo to undertake the monumental task in Tolkien's epic story."
"Harry has just finished listening to everyone piece together what happened while he and Dumbledore are away when the Arthur and Molly Weasley suddenly come in to see their wounded son, Bill."
"It makes me sad that people now don’t sing much. It used to be much more like what we see in Middle-earth: people sang while they worked, people sang while they played, people sang for no particular reason at all, except for the fact that they felt like singing. "
"Samwise Gamgee is one of J.R.R. Tolkien’s most beloved characters. He is loyal, brave, and selfless. At the mere mention of his name many images rise to the minds of fans and pull at their hearts."
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