Saturday, October 13, 2012

7 Most Respected Superhero leaders

1. Superman
Superman is the most well known superheroes leader, he is even considered as American cultural icon. He has been the supreme leader for a Superhero group called the Justice League. 

2. Batman
Bruce Wayne lives with a personal vendetta against the senseless crime responsible for the murder of his parents. But you’ll never see Batman kill anyone. Wayne’s nemisis, at one point, says to him, “Your compassion is a weakness your enemies will not share,” to which he responds, “That’s why it’s important. It separates us from them.” Leaders recognize the value of others and never act in such that indulges their sense of vengeance. Great leaders give second chances.

3. Professor Xavier
“Mankind isn’t evil,” says Professor Xavier, “just uninformed.” The entire premise of the X-Men trilogy is the struggle to create harmony between humans and mutants. Professor X, leader of the mutant X-Men, fights against mutants that seek humanity’s demise and tries to reconcile the two parties. Great leaders, he demonstrates, are great mediators.
4. Optimus Prime
“They’re a young species. They have much to learn. But I’ve seen goodness in them,” says Optimus Prime, leader of the Transformers, in regards to human beings. Even though the Autobots are vastly superior technologically, Optimus is willing to risk his life and the lives of his men to save humanity…because he sees their potential. Great leaders see big potential in “little” people.

5. Thor
Thor’s character, for the majority of the movie, is arrogant, self-willed, and obnoxious. It isn’t until he is stripped of his kingship and cast from the heavens that he finds humility in self-sacrifice. Great leaders think of others before they think of themselves. They don’t brag about their strengths or accomplishments but, instead, allow others to do so. Great leaders are great servants.

6. Captain America
“What makes you so special?” Asks the Red Skull, Captain America’s nemesis. “Nothing,” he responds, “I’m just a kid from Brooklyn.” Steven Rogers, who became Captain America through a genetic-enhancing operation, started off as a scrawny and yet gutsy kid trying relentlessly to get into the military to serve his country in WWII. When he actually gets muscles, he stays the same man inside. Great leaders remember their roots, and it keeps them humble and steadfast.

7. Goku


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