What's the first thing that comes to mind when you see the word "superhero"? You might be thinking of brave superhumans who fight crime and defeat the villains. Although that's what we see in movies and shows, it's not what makes a superhero, especially in real-life. Marvel’s Hero Project is a series that shows audiences that you don't need powers to be a superhero. The Disney+ Original highlights brilliant kids who make a difference in their community. At a young age, the kids show potential in their respective advocacies and interests. Case in point, they feature a 13-year old girl named Jordan Reeves who is an activist and author. Jordan aims to raise awareness for people with physical disabilities by empowering them. She conducts workshops by making inventions that are inclusive for all. Another example would be 11 years old Elijah who speaks against child abuse in public spaces. What made Elijah speak up against child abuse was a classmate who shared with him that her parents hit her. Jordan and Elijah are only two of many heroes featured in the Marvel Hero Project. These children are everyday heroes that bring good progress and change. To celebrate their heroism, Marvel illustrates comics based on their stories. The Hero Project comics then become available to read for free on Marvel Unlimited and Marvel Digital Comic Store.
Marvel’s Hero Project began airing on Disney+ on November 12, 2019, and is set to have 20 episodes for the first season. If you want to witness everyday superheroes spark change, this Marvel series is worth watching. Once you're done watching an episode of Hero Project, you can also check out these underappreciated movies and Disney Channel original movies on Disney+.
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