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Flawed Hero, Antihero, we love them all

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Fan CultureFantasyScience Fiction
What:
Panel
When:
2:30 PM, Friday 23 Nov 2018 (1 hour 15 minutes)
Where:
Pacific Coast 4 (Formerly Chicago)
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From Huckelberry Finn, to Clint Eastwood's man-with-no-name in the spaghetti westerns, to Wade Wilson in Deadpool, the flawed hero, or antihero, is an archetype frequently more popular than the dashing heroic figure. Sometimes, the more flawed they are the more we like them. So what is the attraction that draws us to them? What makes them so likeable, though "likeable" is probably not the right word to use?
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