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Actually. I dont think any of those superheroes fought Nazis besides Superman. And Daredevil was created by a Jew and he's Catholic.

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So many superhero stories take place in Tibet, yet no one ever goes to a temple to take part in ritual. Ironically the Dalai Lama has been forced out of Tibet by the communists and yet no comic book stories ever address this fact. very sad that this is so ignored. All religions practice a form of meditation yet one mostly sees eastern forms of meditation and never western forms of meditation.

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I found this article looking at the faith of Superheroes and figured that it may well be good for a discussion!
But yeah, it is odd that out of the three most noticably Christian superheroes (Nightcrawler, Daredevil and Huntress) one is motivated largely by circumstance (being a mutant) and the other two began their careers seeking revenge.


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Maybe Silver Age Superman, where he could speak and write in Kryptonian, worshipped the gods of Krypton. But modern Superman, or at least pre-IC Superman, didn't seem to have as much knowledge of his home world. He didn't even have a zoo featuring Krypton animals like he used to.

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When the Cherokee-Creek war ended in 1755, with the Cherokee victorious, the Cherokee then supported the British in the French and Indian Wars, at least for a time. The Cherokee fought alongside the British during the wars, but there was continual uneasiness as the colonists always coveted Indian land. The British built forts in Cherokee lands to protect the colonists, supposedly from the French and their allies, but the British always suspected the Cherokee of having French sympathies. There were sporadic conflicts with the Cherokee and white settlers, although the British tried hard to maintain the peace, at least while the Cherokee were useful.

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The British were arrogant, with a predilection for murder, and few natives liked them much, but they made the best trade goods that were also cheaper than what the French offered, as . The French had greater regard for the natives and did not try imposing their notions of what people should be like, at least not nearly to the degree that the British did. The Cherokee were the region’s dominant tribe, and the British worked hard to maintain a good relationship with them.

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The British were soon allying with the Creek to fight against Spanish settlements, and eventually laid siege to St. Augustine. The French were also in the picture, trying to form alliances with tribes, to fight the British. The French generally allied with Algonquin tribes of the north, and they were able to ally with the less-warlike Choctaw in the south (the Choctaw-French alliance also split the tribe). The Chickasaw were bitter enemies of the French, as the French tried dominating the Mississippi River for trade purposes, and tried exterminating the Chickasaw during the early 1700s. The French never successfully penetrated the Cherokee region, largely because of Chickasaw resistance, which helped bring an end to France’s imperial designs in North America.

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Largely because of epidemics, widowed lands were easier to relinquish than occupied ones, such as the Wampanoag welcome to the Puritans. The wars, epidemics, and continually encroaching settlers created massive displacements among native tribes. Tribes were forced away from the eastern coastline and intruded upon neighboring tribes. Sometimes inland tribes would allow the coastal tribes to settle with them, and other times they might resist or otherwise give less than a friendly welcome. Surviving tribes would be crowded together, and formerly friendly relations would degenerate into hard feelings and warfare, as each tribe tried surviving. The Creek and Cherokee shared hunting grounds in today’s northern Georgia, but settler pressures led to them fighting a war that began in 1752.

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Wasn't this brought up in Infinite Crisis or some tie-in? I recall there was some genius superhero who did not believe in God, and another tells him "and I thought you were a smart man." I'm not saying I agree with that statement (because I don't think religion has anything to do with one's intelligence; it is a matter of faith) but I could have sworn that I read that somewhere.