Hero's Journey


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  • Ordinary World
  • Meeting the Mentor
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • Bob can get easily angry, but has to try and control his anger so he can keep his superhero identity a secret. His white shirt represents his simplicity and how he has to act like a normal person.
  • Tests, Allies and Enemies
  • The black interior of Edna's house represents her intelligence. When Mr. Incredible meets the mentor, Edna, he learns from her that capes are not a good idea because it is how most other heros die. He gets his new suit from her to go on his adventure.
  • The Ordeal
  • Mirage takes him into the new world so he can find out exactly how his mission is going to go. The yellow background represents hope for how the events in the future are going to turn out. This is when he has officially committed to completing his mission.
  • The Road Back
  • His family are his allies, and all of them wear red suits. The red represents their courage and how they work together as a team. His enemy, Syndrome, used to love Mr. Incredible as a kid, but is now doing everything in his power to defeat him.
  • Mr. Incredible has to defeat this robot thing that Syndrome made to destroy him. This is when all his allies come into place to help him defeat the robot to save their town.
  • Just when the Incredible's think they are finished fighting once they get home they realize Jack Jack, their baby, is missing. They found out that Syndrome is the one who took their baby. They have to find a way to get him back then find out Jack Jack has powers of his own.
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