November 8, 2012, 05:51am
I love Adora/She-ra
She-ra is a tragic hero because of all that was taken from her and all that she gave up. The tragic-ness of her path is what touches me so deeply and what makes me love her so.
Adora is both pretty and humble.
She could have lived the life of a princess, but chose the life of a commoner.
She picked a hard life over an easy one.
Her life has captured my heart, and at the same time it breaks my heart.
In a way Adora/She-ra is more of a tragic hero than David "Bruce" Banner because she is a girl, the daughter of a king and queen, and a beautiful woman.
Last edited by dura_grip; November 14, 2012 at 05:32pm.
November 8, 2012, 06:48pm
November 9, 2012, 06:23am
Adora/She-ra never defeated the the Horde during the Filmation cartoon, just like Banner never found a cure during the 70's/80's TV series.
Adora is similar to Bruce Wayne in that both of them grew up without their parents. Each one became a product of the tragedy they experienced, the injustice that was done to them, and defined by the villains that ruined their lives.
Last edited by dura_grip; November 9, 2012 at 05:27pm.
November 10, 2012, 12:34am
I could have grown up without at least one of my parents.
Also I dont think you can compare She-Ra to any male figure, at least not a straight one.
Last edited by LadyAngora; November 13, 2012 at 12:32am.
Reason: unnecessary wording
November 10, 2012, 03:25pm
I want to love She-ra through He-man. That's why I want to reboot the series so that Adam and Adora are not brother and sister.
I had a dream where I was He-man, and She-ra came and rescued me on Swiftwind. We flew through a portal back to Eternia as it was closing.
Last edited by dura_grip; December 3, 2012 at 03:21pm.
November 10, 2012, 11:24pm
Masters of the Universe is not about love.
Robotech is about boys and girls loving eachother and saving the galaxy and stuff like that.
..and Transformers is deffinitley not about love and stuff.
November 11, 2012, 08:04am
Whoa...*** is going on in here...?
Back to the MOTUC thread.
*Mental note- Stay out the POP forum.
November 14, 2012, 04:21pm
I loved it in "Secret of the Sword" when He-man told She-ra, "Quick, let's cross swords". The imagery of them crossing swords would have been even more powerful if they were a husband and wife team, instead of a brother and sister team. I'd like a rewrite, but I can accept the family connection. It still works.
What I really want is an alternate ending. It would be He-man on Battlecat and She-ra on Swiftwind riding together out of the screen in 3-D, then drawing their swords and crossing them.
Last edited by dura_grip; November 21, 2012 at 03:43pm.