It's not as much about superpowers as it is about our humanity and recognizing the superhero in all of us. "I know so many people who put things on the line every single day and never expect to be called heroes, but they are," said Martinez. "People are far more super than they give themselves credit for, and I think we can all aspire to become a superhero in our own right."
And taking to Martinez' sentiment, many of us have been told to dream big and shoot for the stars. Even the moon if one is truly ambitious, but how does someone ever achieve superhero greatness? Maybe it is that power of hope that Baker had expressed - the hope to aspire to confidently live a life that defines a meaning, the hope to go against impossible odds, the hope of helping one another for the price of nothing, and the hope to expand the parameters of change and human accomplishment.
In essence, to be a game changer and to always embrace one's inner nerd without forgetting to always keep in mind the wise words that "with great power comes great responsibility."
"What makes the superhero special is the unique ability to inspire. Like them, we all have our flaws, but even with flaws we can right wrongs and fight for what's right," said Baker. "Superheroes aren't loved because they fight against evil ... we love them because they demonstrate this idea that evil can be conquered. What's more super than that?"