From Fan Fiction to Real Heroes: How Averagebeing Shares the Positive Impact Comics and Cartoons Have on Everyday People

When you think of comics or cartoons, what comes to mind? Movies? Comic-Con, maybe? Typically, the thought that comes to mind isn’t often actual stories of triumph, resilience, or, quite literally, how watching Spiderman saved someone’s life. However, these stories happen, and they often happen all over the world. Averagebeing, a professional comic and anime website, is sharing these exclusive stories with the public to show how fan fiction literally translates into actual heroism for everyday citizens.

In its exclusive series, Averagebeing Tales, the industry-leading website shares how like-minded fans have felt the positive impact of comics, anime and worlds like DC, Marvel – sometimes even completely transforming their life. Take Mathias Bjørnskov in Denmark for example. Having struggled with anxiety, depression, chronic illnesses and panic attacks, insomnia inevitably began to take its toll on Mathias’ life.

One sleepless night, Mathias started reading a comic book to find comfort and fill the void. Soon after, he fell into a deep sleep. He woke up the next morning stunned and confused as to how he had slept so soundly. Taking this theory, he tried the same thing the following night. It worked again. Then again, and again and again. The comics helped Mathias overcome his insomnia, find solace in his depression, and peace in his anxiety after years of struggle.

Averagebeing Tales tells the stories of brilliant human beings who found the courage of their favorite heroes to find their inner strength, their voice, their power and their resilience to face their struggles, be it health issues , inner demons, bullies, addiction or whatever. Between. Unlike anything done in comics or anime before, Averagebeing seeks to dismantle the stigma surrounding mental health issues to tell real stories to inspire others for the greater good. ‘humanity.

“Whether it’s comic book superheroes or anime characters, nowadays the only thing people usually see is entertainment and money. Yes, they are made for entertainment purposes, but I think they can be so much more and have a bigger impact on their audience – Preetham Reddy”

Through proof of concept, dedication to innovation, and an unwavering commitment to sharing the ripple effect that comics and cartoons have on millions of people around the world, the vision driven Averagebeing goals has come to fruition.

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About Averagebeing is a professional comics and cartoons information website designed for fans. Founded in 2020 by Preetham Reddy, Averagebeing and its incredibly nerdy team of writers create engaging and in-depth comic and anime content to bridge the gap between mainstream media and hobbyist blogging. is dedicated to delivering premium value, unique content, and unparalleled stories that resonate with fans around the world.

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