T.H.o.R (The Hero of Rockaway) Things Are Bad, But They Could Be Much Worse…


Is that what we’re teaching our children today?

Is that the outlook we want them to have?

We are in a time where that seems to be our only view on most subjects.  Whether it’s our jobs, our health and even our government.

Why are we so afraid of thinking that things could just be…better?
Some people say that in this world, things have to get worse before they get better.
I don’t believe that, and that rule doesn’t have to apply here.

I didn’t create this strip to reflect reality, I made it to highlight how much better things could be.
To show that things can get better and good can triumph over evil.

This isn’t the real world here.  In this place, whatever you say matters.
Here you can easily make a difference.

Your voice counts here.

Do we still need T.H.o.R (The Hero of Rockaway)?
E-mail us and let us know.
Share his story on Facebook.

Change reality.

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~ by underworldstudios on October 11, 2016.

2 Responses to “T.H.o.R (The Hero of Rockaway) Things Are Bad, But They Could Be Much Worse…”

  1. I got an error when I sent the email, but I’ll illiterate again here just in case.
    I feel like of course we need T.h.O.R because it wasn’t the typical hero story. It appeared it might be that way at first, but made a great narrative reveal about it really being about Little the child side kick and I feel it’s good example at how sometimes we forget that the children should be the focus in our story not us as the main character.

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    • Wow, thanks so much for sharing that. It’s definitely an aspect to the story that I felt I needed to get across. With movies and television shows being made today I get the sense that people have forgotten who the heroes were created for…the children.

      I myself have been guilty of doing stories and characters made just for adults. However now the focus for me is on the children and family. It’s my hope that T.H.o.R can bring everyone together.


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