Writing Archives

Is It True That Heroes Always Win?

Saturday, June 18, 2016
East and West finally get back to the issue at hand, namely, dealing with the Evil Enemy. Well, that’s supposed to be the plan, but if you thought that’s what’s gonna happen, then you clearly don’t know these 2 well enough yet.

superheroes series, writing, story, fantasy, adventure“Well, East, like I said,” West begins. “Just stand back there and watch me or sit down or whatever. Anyway, what I mean is, just leave this all to me. I can handle this. Totally no problem at all.

“‘Cause I’m way too ‘super special awesome’ for the Evil Enemy,” West declares confidently, sounding quite arrogant though not really in a way that comes across as off-putting or annoying.

“No,” East firmly says with a shake of the head.

The tone of voice leaves no room for argument, not that West wasn’t going to try or was actually going to listen to it. “I wish to help you. I am concerned and worried that you might get hurt. And I’m sure we would not want something like that to happen.”

“But I can handle this just fine,” West protested. “That guy looks way too weak and easy to beat. Plus, I’m too awesome and superheroic to lose. Besides, didn’t you know?” West asks with a grin. “The good guys and the Superheroes always win. Always. They never lose. Never. That’s a fact, just so you know, East.”

- This is part 14 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 13
- Image with added text was modified by Freya Yuki (CC:BY-SA) based on the image by MizuSasori (CC:BY-SA) from deviantArt
- Image is meant to symbolize West’s words that the good guys always win and they never lose since the figure in said image looks like a winner and a hero who hasn’t lost
- YouTube video features the English version of the song Golden Time Lover, from the anime Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, as sung by Shadowlink4321 (Daniel Alvarez); song was chosen because the lyrics speak of victory, defeat, fighting, etc, which can symbolize West’s words about how the good guys never lose and the heroes always win

Share your thoughts and opinions by commenting below:
To comment as a guest or anonymously: Select the discussion then the name textbox. Put a check on the "I'd rather post as guest" checkbox and you can submit your comment without logging in or creating an account.
By leaving a comment, you agree to the comment guidelines.