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We have always dreamed of having superpowers, wondering what we would accomplish with them and how others would see us. But among all the tales, there’s always a limit, a physical weakness, or a supervillain to complement the “gifted human.” If there was a full-grown man—let’s call him Victor—to have attained infinite strength, speed, and durability, along with the power to turn anything into thin air by mentally focusing on it, would he be likely to use his powers for the common good if he had no limits or super-powered arch-nemesis to hold him back? Or, in time, would he use his powers for his own sake, regardless of the mortals at his mercy? A superhero such as this could possibly think of himself as a god…one who does not necessarily see a clear difference between good and evil.
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