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  • The start of a long road...
  • What am I to do, I have no legs!
  • Getting used to the "new"
  • Getting around has been very difficult, considering the fact that I do not know here I am...
  • Well maybe I could help you out a little bit!
  • Learning and adapting...
  • This "contraption" should be a big help fr getting me around, but now the only problem is i'm rather famished. 
  • Perseus was known for being the man who killed Medusa, but no one ever thought about if he was placed in the modern world with a problem like losing his legs. 
  • Growing
  • In this frame, I wanted to lighten the mood with a little humor but still make the problem known. Perseus' stories portray him as an overall beast, so many people would believe this problem is nothing for Him.
  • Overcoming hardships. 
  • The title of this frame had a lot to do with the creation of the actual frame. Adapting and learning relates to Perseus' struggle and the way he uses the modern world to adapt and learn a way around his main problem.  
  • Never give up!
  • This frame had a lot to do with the fact that the modern world is a lot different from ancient greece. Overcoming problems is one thing that people have been doing from the beginning of time.
  • Life in the "new" world has been tough, but it takes a lot to realize that overcoming the worst is not impossible
  • Perseus, as stated in the previous frames, is a beast. Giving him a problem like this and trying to figure out how he would figure it out wasn't the whole meaning of this. This whole strip shows how you should never give up, and try to find the good in the worst. 
  • Life is going to put you through hardships, but nothing is impossible!
  • In the end, with determination and courage, which are both two characteristics or Perseus, nothing is impossible. Even in some of the toughest situations like this one, anything can be overcome and you can always find the positive in the negative. 
  • With my determination, and some help from assets, Nothing can bring me down
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