Published at Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 - 08:26:43 AM. . By Vera Holden.
Kids like to imagine and create additional scenes in their heads and having cartoon character toys that they are already familiar with gives them a jumping off point for those imaginary journeys. It also gives them a chance to act out scenes that they wish that they could see on television, such as a superhero battling a dinosaur or a bad guy getting eaten by a large stuffed bear. There are no limits to a childs imagination, but sometimes the kids would rather feature characters they know in their imaginings than making up an entirely new character on their own. Overall, it is a sane type of entertainment, there is nothing wrong or unhealthy with kids playing and acting as their favourite characters as long as their parents teach them to differentiate the fiction from the reality. After all, with memorizing the characters phrases what the kid is doing is helping to developing his memory skills and who knows he can be the next best scientist in the future.
Iron Man Cartoon! A few months ago, one of my friends sent me a text \"Im so glad to be part of the Marvel/DC generation!\" Technically, anyone alive during the 1960s and on is part of the Marvel/DC generation, but my friend had a point in the 1990s specially, fans were introduced to all variety of comic book characters on Saturday morning cartoons and Iron Man is no exception.
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