The Shadow Hero 3

The Shadow Hero 3 Author Gene Luen Yang
ISBN-10 9781466861763
Release 2014-04-15
Pages 30
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The Shadow Hero is based on the adventures of the Green Turtle, who solved crimes and fought injustice just like any other comics hero of the 1940s. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity . . . The Green Turtle was the first Asian American superhero. Now, New York Times–bestselling author Gene Luen Yang has created a riveting, hilarious, and moving origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by the unmatched Sonny Liew, this gorgeous graphic novel about heroism and heritage is also a loving tribute to the long, rich tradition of American superhero comics. ——— The third issue of The Shadow Hero, "Fathers and Sons," spells disaster for our hero's family! Hank takes on the Tong of Sticks, an underground crime network, and brings a terrible tragedy on his family. But in doing so, he gains the one thing he needed most...a superpower! Watch for the complete The Shadow Hero graphic novel, available in print and collected ebook in July 2014!



The Shadow Hero 4

The Shadow Hero 4 Author Gene Luen Yang
ISBN-10 9781466861848
Release 2014-05-20
Pages 28
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The Shadow Hero is based on the adventures of the Green Turtle, who solved crimes and fought injustice just like any other comics hero of the 1940s. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity . . . The Green Turtle was the first Asian American superhero. Now, New York Times–bestselling author Gene Luen Yang has created a riveting, hilarious, and moving origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by the unmatched Sonny Liew, this gorgeous graphic novel about heroism and heritage is also a loving tribute to the long, rich tradition of American superhero comics. ——— The fourth issue of The Shadow Hero, "Fights You Cannot Win," finds our hero, Hank, reeling after his father's death at the hands of the Tong of Sticks. Resolved to avenge his father and beat the bad guys, Hank begins experimenting with his newfound superpowers! Watch for the complete The Shadow Hero graphic novel, available in print and collected ebook in July 2014!



The Shadow Hero 2

The Shadow Hero 2 Author Gene Luen Yang
ISBN-10 9781466861749
Release 2014-03-18
Pages 64
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The Shadow Hero is based on the adventures of the Green Turtle, who solved crimes and fought injustice just like any other comics hero of the 1940s. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity . . . The Green Turtle was the first Asian American superhero. Now, New York Times–bestselling author Gene Luen Yang has created a riveting, hilarious, and moving origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by the unmatched Sonny Liew, this gorgeous graphic novel about heroism and heritage is also a loving tribute to the long, rich tradition of American superhero comics. ——— The second issue of The Shadow Hero, "Dawn of a Golden Age," follows our hero, Hank, through his superhero training...and into his first fight! Can Hank prevail without actual superpowers? Who exactly is this lovely—and deadly—woman he tries to save from mysterious thugs? Watch for the complete The Shadow Hero graphic novel, available in print and collected ebook in July 2014!



The Shadow Hero 5

The Shadow Hero 5 Author Gene Luen Yang
ISBN-10 9781466861770
Release 2014-06-17
Pages 28
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The Shadow Hero is based on the adventures of the Green Turtle, who solved crimes and fought injustice just like any other comics hero of the 1940s. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity . . . The Green Turtle was the first Asian American superhero. Now, New York Times–bestselling author Gene Luen Yang has created a riveting, hilarious, and moving origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by the unmatched Sonny Liew, this gorgeous graphic novel about heroism and heritage is also a loving tribute to the long, rich tradition of American superhero comics. ——— The fifth issue of The Shadow Hero, "True Colors," brings the action to a boil! Our hero Hank strikes out to destroy the shadowy head of the Tong of Sticks crime syndicate, but as usual he's way over his head...and even the advice and aid of his invisible guardian may not be able to save him! Watch for the complete The Shadow Hero graphic novel, available in print and collected ebook in July 2014!



The Shadow Hero 1

The Shadow Hero 1 Author Gene Luen Yang
ISBN-10 9781466861718
Release 2014-02-18
Pages 28
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The Shadow Hero is based on the adventures of the Green Turtle, who solved crimes and fought injustice just like any other comics hero of the 1940s. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity . . . The Green Turtle was the first Asian American superhero. Now, New York Times–bestselling author Gene Luen Yang has created a riveting, hilarious, and moving origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by the unmatched Sonny Liew, this gorgeous graphic novel about heroism and heritage is also a loving tribute to the long, rich tradition of American superhero comics.



The Shadow Hero 6

The Shadow Hero 6 Author Gene Luen Yang
ISBN-10 9781466861855
Release 2014-07-15
Pages 36
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The Shadow Hero is based on the adventures of the Green Turtle, who solved crimes and fought injustice just like any other comics hero of the 1940s. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity . . . The Green Turtle was the first Asian American superhero. Now, New York Times–bestselling author Gene Luen Yang has created a riveting, hilarious, and moving origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by the unmatched Sonny Liew, this gorgeous graphic novel about heroism and heritage is also a loving tribute to the long, rich tradition of American superhero comics. ——— The sixth and final issue of The Shadow Hero, "Enter the Green Turtle," sees our hero Hank learning the identity of the woman in red...and finally finding his place as a superhero! Watch for the complete The Shadow Hero graphic novel, available in print and collected ebook in July 2014!



The Shadow Hero Workbook

The Shadow Hero Workbook Author Bruce Dickson
ISBN-10 151761337X
Release 2015-10-04
Pages 60
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The Shadow Hero Workbook; Lessons to purify the Hero archetype in you; Healthy vs. Unhealthy Hero behavior; Unconscious Patterns 201 (38 pages original material on this topic) Is there anyone NOT purifying their gifts and talents from Shadow Hero behaviors? Possibly the first book in Hero Archetype literature attempting systematic access to disturbed sub- and unconscious Hero patterns; along with, therapeutic directions for resolving them. 18 short lessons designed to increase awareness of dysfunctional Hero patterns. 18 categories of functional and dysfunctional hero behavior are outlined. Therapeutic direction are suggested to clear each, using any method of your own choosing. NOT another Hero story. NOT a rehash of Campbell's hero cycle. The Workbook is stages of the Hero's cycle re-arranged by psychological category, as possible to do. Surprisingly, the lens of the Shadow Hero metaphor, enables us to to view most human problems. Virtually all of our modern problems can be discerned thru this lens. The moral and ethical shortcomings of Wall Street's culture of greed are wholly Shadow Hero behaviors. "The American Dream;" and, Horatio Alger rags to riches, are heroic myths. The Shadow Hero lens lays bare what needs purifying in our behavior based on these archetypes. Let's be willing to be more aware and work on them in our spare time. That's all we can do. I recommend working thru no more than one lesson per day on your self. Remember, as Arthur Clarke said, "focusing on pathological behavior to an excessive degree, is pathological in itself." The returning Prodigal Son focuses on being back in the Home of his Father and how that wonderful this will be. All shadow behavior tends to be UNconscious. We're only most conscious of our waking human experience from the neck-up. Still, we remain responsible for all habits-expressions from the two lower thirds of our psyche, sub- and unconscious. Also for coaches and therapists designing workshops around the Hero's Journey. Flesh out these insights into sequences of fun, social, interactive group processes for groups. The author is available to give trainings if you need to see how this is done so you can do it too. A companion to the 2014 work, Unconscious Patterns 101, Tools for the Hero's Journey of Self-healing https: //www.createspace.com/4899109 Were you encouraged or frustrated to play Hero or Rescuer as a child? Intuition to act out and purify our Shadow Hero is a driving force of our Child within, our Child archetype. Did you play and act out Hero behaviors (more masculine) or Rescuer behaviors (more feminine) or both as a child? The drive of our inner Hero must be channeled into expression, direction and purpose. If this does not occur, this drive can ferment, corrupt and become Shadow Hero behaviors, self-focused into negative, unproductive expressions. Unpurified Shadow Hero behaviors can be worked on and slowly purified by practice of any method practiced regularly. This can be artistic: painting, dancing, muscle-testing, calculus, mothering, writing, counseling, etc. The more self-mastery we have, easier it is to take an honest look at what lurks in the shadows of our own psyche. Concludes with The Hero's Journey as Soul Journey The Hero Prodigal Son



The Shadow As Hero in American Culture

The Shadow As Hero in American Culture Author Derek S. Rohleder
ISBN-10 OCLC:851397095
Release 2011
Pages 320
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This dissertation will examine the recent trend of villain worship in American popular culture. In essence, the transformation of the villain from antagonist into heroic protagonist will be explored. It is hypothesized that this trend is a result of American society's repression of their aggressive aspects deeply rooted in comely violence and unconscious disavowals. This phenomenon can be explained by examining American society through a Jungian hermeneutical approach. Firstly, the Jungian concept of the collective unconscious and the universal archetypes dwelling within it will be presented. Specifically, the shadow archetype, including the shadow's representation of an individual's collective repressed impulses and proclivities, will be discussed. Following this description, the shadow's endeavors to be seen in American culture on a daily bases will be analyzed through the exploration of this society's values and beliefs. After these concepts have been inspected, the characteristics of traditional heroes and villains will be examined and, by dissecting their similarities and differences, in doing so, the nature of the shadow in the collective trend towards celebrating the villain will become apparent. Finally, four specific case examples will be thoroughly investigated: The Joker, Hannibal Lecter, John Kramer (Jigsaw), and Dexter Morgan. These characters, popular in a multitude of different genres, possess the qualities of a villain, yet are admired in a heroic manner.



Projecting the Shadow

Projecting the Shadow Author Janice Hocker Rushing
ISBN-10 0226731669
Release 1995-12-01
Pages 261
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Part human, part machine, the cyborg is the hero of an increasingly popular genre of American film and, as Janice H. Rushing and Thomas S. Frentz so provocatively suggest, a cultural icon emblematic of an emergent postmodern mythology. Using the cyborg film as a point of departure, Rushing and Frentz examine how we rework Western myths and initiation rites in the face of new technologies. Through in-depth examinations of six representative films—Jaws, The Deer Hunter, The Manchurian Candidate, Blade Runner, The Terminator, and Terminator 2—Rushing and Frentz track the narrative's thread from the hunter to his technological nemesis, demonstrating how each film represents an unfolding hunter myth. For each movie, Rushing and Frentz show how uninitiated male hunters slowly lose control over their weapons. In Jaws, a 'soft' man, dominated by technology, can re-acquire the heroic hunter qualities he needs by teaming up with a 'savage' man and a 'technological' man. In doing so, he can still conquer the prey. The Manchurian Candidate charts how technology can turn a human into a weapon; Blade Runner perfects the artificial human with its manufactured replicants who are "more than human"; and The Terminator introduces a female hunter who leads humanity in its struggle against technology.



The Interpretation of Fairy Tales

The Interpretation of Fairy Tales Author Marie-Luise von Franz
ISBN-10 9780877735267
Release 1996
Pages 208
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Brer Rabbit will never learn! He loves to play jokes, tricks and set traps for his friends - but once in a while, they beat him at his own game! These timeless stories of the briar patch trickster are re-told in Blyton's hugely popular and successful style. This collection contains many Brer Rabbit stories from the books Enid Blyton's Brer Rabbit Book, Brer Rabbit Again and Brer Rabbit's a Rascal.



In the Shadow of a Hero

In the Shadow of a Hero Author Jenny Herbert
ISBN-10 1925003760
Release 2014
Pages 219
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"In the vast outback, Alfred Howitt finds the remains of explorers Burke and Wills with remarkable ease and efficiency. But the ageless and alien country shatters his Quaker beliefs, and he must confront his capacity for deceit. Returning to Victoria, his sharp intellect turns to science, and he earns widespread acclaim and respect, even while his desert ghosts continue to haunt him. As his success grows, so do the competing and often irreconcilable conflicts between his ambition and his conscience, and the effects of both on those he loves." -- publisher's website.



Malcolm Devlin and the Shadow of a Hero

Malcolm Devlin and the Shadow of a Hero Author Michael Ferrari
ISBN-10 0996335609
Release 2016-06-13
Pages 194
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After a daydreaming boy wishes a movie hero to life, the two of them embark on a dangerous adventure to solve a decades old murder mystery. From the award-winning author of BORN TO FLY.



The Shadow Hero

The Shadow Hero Author
ISBN-10 237259026X
Release 2016-06-03
Pages 176
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Dans les années 1940, en plein âge d'or du comic, Chu Hing créa La Tortue Verte. Combattant le crime et défendant les opprimés, ce justicier cachait derrière son masque bien plus qu'une simple identité secrète : c'était le premier super-héros chinois. Aujourd'hui, Gene Luen Yang et Sonny Liew font revivre ce personnage sous les traits de Hank, un fils d'immigrés de dix-neuf ans qui enfile sa cape verte pour lutter contre la pègre de Chinatown, dans un hommage hilarant au genre super-héroïque.



Reflections of the Shadow

Reflections of the Shadow Author Jeffrey Hirschberg
ISBN-10 9781615930395
Release 2009-09-01
Pages 261
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Using examples from contemporary films, Hirschberg explores the commonalitiesamong heroes and villains who have stood the test of time.



The Shadow Knows

The Shadow Knows Author Benneth Nnaedozie Okpala
ISBN-10 9781412004893
Release 2003
Pages 219
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The enduring cultural precepts of the indomitable ethic Igbos of Nigeria have sustained their revered human endowments for ages - morality, imagination, self-awareness, independent will. But severe economic deprivation at the wake of a lost civil war pitted their acute sense of survival against these cultural precepts. The Shadow Knows tells a bemusing story of a reprehensive life of a desperate young man under the menacing weight of his impeaching conscience; and the damning judgement of God and Man he grantically tries to escape. A contextual story of Igbo toughts and culture under strict tradisional rules of actions and consequences.



The Hero s Fight

The Hero s Fight Author Patricia Fernández-Kelly
ISBN-10 9781400883561
Release 2016-08-23
Pages 440
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Baltimore was once a vibrant manufacturing town, but today, with factory closings and steady job loss since the 1970s, it is home to some of the most impoverished neighborhoods in America. The Hero's Fight provides an intimate look at the effects of deindustrialization on the lives of Baltimore’s urban poor, and sheds critical light on the unintended consequences of welfare policy on our most vulnerable communities. Drawing on her own uniquely immersive brand of fieldwork, conducted over the course of a decade in the neighborhoods of West Baltimore, Patricia Fernández-Kelly tells the stories of people like D. B. Wilson, Big Floyd, Towanda, and others whom the American welfare state treats with a mixture of contempt and pity—what Fernández-Kelly calls "ambivalent benevolence." She shows how growing up poor in the richest nation in the world involves daily interactions with agents of the state, an experience that differs significantly from that of more affluent populations. While ordinary Americans are treated as citizens and consumers, deprived and racially segregated populations are seen as objects of surveillance, containment, and punishment. Fernández-Kelly provides new insights into such topics as globalization and its effects on industrial decline and employment, the changing meanings of masculinity and femininity among the poor, social and cultural capital in poor neighborhoods, and the unique roles played by religion and entrepreneurship in destitute communities. Blending compelling portraits with in-depth scholarly analysis, The Hero’s Fight explores how the welfare state contributes to the perpetuation of urban poverty in America.



American Tricksters

American Tricksters Author William J. Jackson
ISBN-10 9781630877330
Release 2014-12-18
Pages 292
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Tricksters are known by their deeds. Obviously not all the examples in American Tricksters are full-blown mythological tricksters like Coyote, Raven, or the Two Brothers found in Native American stories, or superhuman figures like the larger-than-life Davy Crockett of nineteenth-century tales. Newer expressions of trickiness do share some qualities with the Trickster archetype seen in myths. Rock stars who break taboos and get away with it, heroes who overcome monstrous circumstances, crafty folk who find a way to survive and thrive when the odds are against them, men making spectacles of themselves by feeding their astounding appetites in public--all have some trickster qualities. Each person, every living creature who ever faced an obstacle and needed to get around it, has found the built-in trickster impulse. Impasses turn the trickster gene on, or stimulate the trick-performing imagination--that's life. To explore the ways and means of trickster maneuvers can alert us to pitfalls, help us appreciate tricks that are entertaining, and aid us in fending off ploys which drain our resources and ruin our lives. Knowing more about the Trickster archetype in our psyches helps us be more self-aware.