Heroes Links

Heroes Links


Learn more about the teachings of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama.


A well-maintained and thoroughly researched look at the life and career of Walt Disney.


More supermodels than you can shake a stick at. Or is that more sticks than you can shake a supermodel at?


The reigning queen of the supermodels.


The official Web site of the “Supermodel of the World.”

Our staff’s heroes:


“The Charlton Heston Online Shrine.” Because Dave would never forgive us if we forgot his personal hero.


Who’s your daddy? Joe’s your daddy!


A true rock n’ roll hero.


The Worley Gig. Because we all wish we could write as well as Gail.


An excellent fan page for the one Presidential candidate that makes sense.


‘Cause a hero ain’t nothin’ but a…

Heroes in the Media


A real American hero! Information for collectors and fans of the enduring toys.


“Hogan’s Heroes: How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis.” Because what could be funnier than a World War II POW camp?

The comic book heroes


News, views, and discussion on all your comic book heroes, including weekly columns from Warren Ellis and Steven Grant.


The LSH Webring: An entire Webring dedicated to one of the largest and most popular teams in comics, the Legion of Super-Heroes.


Homes of the most famous heroes in comics.


Hostess Heroes – dedicated to reprinting every Hostess Twinkies, Cup Cakes, and Fruit Pies ad you remember from the comics of the 70’s and 80’s! Don’t miss the bonus, non-Hostess ads like “Meatloaf, Humongous Rock Star of the Universe” and “OJ Simpson Meets the Dingo Kids!”

True heroes


“[D]evoted to honoring the brave men and women who risked their lives to rescue and shelter Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazi reign of terror.”


A virtual museum of the recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor. The real thing’s being built in Pueblo, Colorado.


“Mythography: Greek Heroes and Heroines in Myth and Art.”


Jewish Heroes & Heroines in America: An Exhibit from the Florida Atlantic University Library’s Judaica Collection.

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