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Antiheroes [electronic resource] : Heroes, Villains, and the Fine Line Between

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublication details: New York : BenBella Books, Inc., 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781936661527
Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Antiheroes : Heroes, Villains, and the Fine Line BetweenDDC classification:
  • 700.4152
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Contents:
Front Matter; Cover; Copyright; Title Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; The Villains; The Sixth Stage; You Think This Is Hard? Try Being an Antagonist, That's Hard!; The Evils of Hating . . . Um, Evil; The Line; Inner Demons, Outer Heroes, Outer Villains; Antiheroism in the Continuum of Good and Evil; The Antiheroes; Damon Salvatore: Vampire Hunter; Naughty by Nature, Dexter by Design; The Other Side of the Street; A Very Dangerous Boy; Back Ads
Summary: The most interesting characters are almost never the good guys. Doing the right thing is great and all, but a little bit of darkness-or a lot of it-often makes for a more engaging story. Antiheroes: Heroes, Villains, and the Fine Line Between is dedicated to the dark heroes and sympathetic villains we love.Find out why William McKinley High's agonist Sue Sylvester is essential to Glee. Discover where your favorite comic book character falls on the continuum of good and evil. Weigh in on Twilight's very dangerous boy Edward Cullen: romantic, sparkly hero, or sociopath
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Front Matter; Cover; Copyright; Title Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; The Villains; The Sixth Stage; You Think This Is Hard? Try Being an Antagonist, That's Hard!; The Evils of Hating . . . Um, Evil; The Line; Inner Demons, Outer Heroes, Outer Villains; Antiheroism in the Continuum of Good and Evil; The Antiheroes; Damon Salvatore: Vampire Hunter; Naughty by Nature, Dexter by Design; The Other Side of the Street; A Very Dangerous Boy; Back Ads

The most interesting characters are almost never the good guys. Doing the right thing is great and all, but a little bit of darkness-or a lot of it-often makes for a more engaging story. Antiheroes: Heroes, Villains, and the Fine Line Between is dedicated to the dark heroes and sympathetic villains we love.Find out why William McKinley High's agonist Sue Sylvester is essential to Glee. Discover where your favorite comic book character falls on the continuum of good and evil. Weigh in on Twilight's very dangerous boy Edward Cullen: romantic, sparkly hero, or sociopath