The ability to fly, swing hammers, and throw shields is great, but the ability to attract great women into their lives is the superpower that many guys wish for.
Nationwide (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
As The Avengers hits the theaters and the summer blockbuster movie season officially gets underway, there are three things you’re sure to see: A lot of special effects, a ton of merchandizing, and countless rows of male comic book fans without dates. However, there’s actually a lot that guys can learn from comic book characters like Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America about how to get dates with attractive women. In fact, the Victory Unlimited Show goes into great detail to show guys how to do just that.
According to the show’s host, the most recent broadcast entitled "Avengers Disassembled – What can the Avengers movie teach comic book lovers about how to attract women?" breaks down exactly what makes the three primary Avengers so popular with female audiences:
Iron Man/Tony Stark is the quintessential “bad boy” of the Avengers. He’s the rich playboy who attracts women by using his spontaneity, his quick wit, and his charm. To many women, Iron Man represents the "fun" guy.
Thor is the regal Avenger with the rebellious streak. As a prince from a magical realm, he’s the epitome of what many would consider to be a high status male. Few things captivate the imaginations of little girls and adult women alike like daydreaming about marrying a fairy tale prince one day. To many women, Thor represents the "fantasy" guy.
Lastly, Captain America is the confident, capable, and consistently “good" guy among the Avengers. He’s that no nonsense, direct, and unapologetic “nice guy with an edge” that a lot of women say they're looking for. To many women, Cap represents the “for real” guy.
“The ability to fly, swing hammers, and throw shields is great, but the ability to attract great women into their lives is the superpower that many guys wish for.” says the host. “By injecting more fun and fantasy into their date ideas and into their own lives, male moviegoers can increase their chances of enjoying better relationships with the women that they meet long after they leave the theater.”
The Victory Unlimited Show is a "tongue-in-cheek", self-help show for men that's reminiscent of programs from the Golden Age of Radio. During each broadcast, the host codenamed "Victory Unlimited", answers dating, relationship, and general life questions by addressing them with a motivational, military-like zeal.