Why Unlocking Superpowers is the Key to Change Why Unlocking Superpowers is the Key to Change
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Why Unlocking Superpowers is the Key to Change

by Jill Vialet

August 8, 2013

Among the great and trying debates of our time—Scorsese vs. Spielberg, the permissibility of the NSA's cell phone surveillance program, the subject of Carly Simon's song, "You're So Vain"—the one that's had my wheels turning most of late is the Batman Question. There are those among us who would argue that Batman isn't actually a superhero: that he's really smart, and has amazing toys, but that he lacks the requisite mutant superpowers to be officially deemed a superhero.

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