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  1. @ldeitrick

    Final Chapterā€¦.. Part 2 and Reflections

    FIRST ATTACKS This map plots out the first four attacks. Originally thought to be unrelated incidents, as the number continued to grow and eye witness accounts were collected, a much more sinister picture began to emerge as the world began to realize some one or something was targeting the world’s superhero community.     Detroit’s Silverdome …
  2. @Maggieo_13


    I am honestly not sure what to put. But I was thinking for a final project idea was creating a short video or movie for our superheros. I think it would be fun and entertaining. It would also tie in out superheros. I’m not entirely sure what the teacher meant by crisis. Maybe there is […]
  3. @ldeitrick

    Twitterverse and trolls

    The American people are under attack form the inside out. Russian trolls and bots have taken over the internet are dividing Americans, pitting brother against sister, child against parent.  Someone must save the day. Someone must put a stop to this – how do we heal the twitterverse? How do we united the nation 140 …
  4. @Ms_AmandaP

    Final Crisis

    I’m a little lost as to what we should do for our final project. When I think of superheroes, I think of DC Comics versus Marvel. Maybe we could divide the class superheroes into two different superhero “clubs” and have them face the same villain or disaster. Then we could see which group of superheroes […]
  5. @k8lynclements

    Superhero Crisis

    For the final crisis I am not sure exactly what you are looking for but I have a couple ideas: Make a side kick for our superhero and use one of the medias we learned about to introduce them. Do the same thing above but with your superheroes arch enem...
  6. @melseykooring

    Final Crisis (Week Eleven):

    Final Crisis Final Crisis you say? Well since I heavily relate to my super-villain, Jester, I thought of a two interesting ideas for our final project. See below: If there are an even number of students in the course, it would be cool to assign partners (i.e. pair a student who made a superhero with […]

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