Tuesday, January 16, 2007


"I had this theory that superheroes were disastrous for humans, that even if you postulated an infallible hero, the things this hero set in motion fell eventually into the hands of fallible mortals. What better way to destroy a civilization, society or a race than to set people into the wild oscillations which follow their turning over their critical judgment and decision-making faculties to a superhero?" —Frank Herbert, author of Dune.

And that's one to grow on.

1 comment:

Bill Cunningham said...

or the other side of the same coin:

"Jealousy thy name is human..."