The first page pretty much says it all "Happy ending are bullsh*t, there are only happy pauses. That's why I like superhero books. Month after month, they just keep going. So no matter what terrible things happen, you know there'll always be another chance for wrongs to get righted. It's like without a last act, those stories never get to become tragedies. I guess that's why they call them comics." Is the moral of the story the end justifies the means? Perhaps. Is it power is not alluring to pure minds? To some degree. I tried to understand Hundred's purpose, and I began with asking myself "why would anyone choose being politician over being a superhero?" and the answer is simple, The sole advantage of power is that you can do more good. Then the real moral of the story became simple, Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.
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