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SUPERHEROES!! Misleading Idols.
Debate Score:175
Arguments:19
Total Votes:235
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Superman, Spiderman, Batman - superheros or misleading idols?

SUPERHEROES!!

Side Score: 80
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Misleading Idols.

Side Score: 95

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6 points

Define "good judgement". Children are fully capable of distinguishing between pretend and reality.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
6 points

do you have representative Statistics that shows children can not accurately estimate the risk on a dangerous stunt they may of seen on a cartoon or that they try to copy them? Children are well aware of the differences between movies/tv and real life, similar to how they understand the differences between pretend and real life.

Most popular superheros don't injure the villains much, and do hold them for the police to reach. They usually act where there is abundant evidence to convict the felon as well.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
6 points

I think it is great to believe in them, besides that's where half of our childhood memories are- dressing up in spider man costumes, concentrating on objects trying to make them fly. As well as harry potter movies - he's a hero too. Taking away our superheros is taking away half of our childhood!

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
5 points

Often times its not the superpowers of the super hero that children try to model, but rather the psychological qualities they find desirable in them, I've always liked spiderman because he was witty, smart, clever, etc. Also spider man takes something some finds unreasonably terrifying: spiders, and puts a friendlier face on them. Children who try to fly like superman do not have the judgment of a child, but rather the judgment capabilities of a rock. Children are well aware they they can not and likly will not fly like superman, and thus when they see superman fly on a cartoon they are not mislead towards thinking they can to.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
5 points

Well Superman and Spiderman are definitely superheroes, but Batman doesn't have any powers. He is just a glorified detective.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
3 points

superheroes do all different do all kinds of things to help people of the public.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
3 points

kids look up to superheroes and think, i want to be just like them

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
3 points

love the batman point " but Batman doesn't have any powers. He is just a glorified detective. "

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
2 points

Superheroes are a lot better because they have powers that are an advantage than those "pop stars"

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
2 points

I stick on to the point that superheroes are just superheroes and no misleading idols. It can increase the logical thinking of the children if properly assisted by the parents rather than he just blindly believing that they really posses superpowers. They are just a sort of entertainment like any other movies. They are created just for entertaining the children and not misleading them.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
2 points

I think people make superheroes to make kids brave!!!!

But Is it real that there is super heroes??????

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
2 points

I believe they are. Super heros are constant reminders of right doing and justice.....great human traits that few have! In a more realistic point of view.....a good role model is someone that leads by exapmle. Don't just tell them the right way.....show them the right way. Someone that will see them as people, too.....with real concerns.....and not "just kids." Remember just because it isn't important to you does not mean it isn't important to them. The entire family's concerns should matter. (And remember, "family" includes true friends. Only relatives are bound by blood.....so don't be afraid to just be a friend.) Someone willing to step down to their level and just have a conversation with them. Or try out one of their video games just to show that they are important. Or to just play pretend with them.....even if it doesn't make sense to the adult mind. A good role model isn't too strict.....which will come accross as lack of trust. Nor too permissive.....which will come accross as not caring. A good role model shows they can "fit in" without following the sometimes dangerous fads of their peers. It is really just a matter of opinion. But personally I think a more realistic role model is more important. Don't forget to make time just for the kid's and you! Don't just keep them as a side dish!

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
2 points

In my view,all superheroes are created as perfect gentlemen who are helping,good and supporters of truth. So when such a guy wins all the time, it leaves a positive impact on young minds that being good is always fruitful and good always win.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
2 points

The batmobile is cool and so is his lair, but Batman himself is over glorified. he is not the only person to turn his life around.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!

But he is the only one who dressed up as a bat and started punching crazy clowns

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
0 points

Excusme can u answer this question

Superman, Spiderman and Batman - superheroes or misleading idols???

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
0 points

obviously SUPERHEROES!!! although superman is less of a superhero than others;);););)

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!
3 points

yes they are fake but they tell us to follow the truth and help everyone .

they aslo tell that if we love each other the bad person can also become a good person

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!

But he is the only one who dressed up as a bat and started punching crazy clowns.

So he is a hero, but not a superhero because he doesn't have powers. If I was him, I would kill the clowns because they keep messing up my city.

| Side: SUPERHEROES!!


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