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I now have a son who is three years old and getting interested in superheroes for the first time. For a while I watched from the sidelines, staying out of it, while he had his head turned by others. From a hand-me-down T-shirt, he discovered the Incredible Hulk. From his friends at nursery, he heard about a team of Lego ninjas. On Netflix there are cartoons about all sorts of super teams, from pyjama-clad warrior children who can manifest animal-like powers (PJ Masks) to mildly fascistic dogs who drive around quelling civic emergencies at the behest of a teenager with an iPad (Paw Patrol). My son and I often watched a show about a group of preservation-minded irregulars called the Go Jetters who were a little like National Trust or Unesco volunteers, only this crowd wore pastel bodysuits, drove a flying convertible and answered to a talking unicorn. … [Read more...] about I love Spider-Man – but would my son? How I learned a hard lesson about heroes