How many of you have heard of a company called Pixar? Pixar is an exceptionally successful movie company that branches from Walt Disney Studios. Often people search for a secret blueprint to duplicate its success. The answer was found in the seasoned development in storytelling. Pixar’s movie lines weren’t always pretty in development, in fact, there was empowerment in the struggle. We all love a good story, but even cartoons have villains. I intend to capitalize on this reliable blueprint, as life doesn’t always feel so beautiful.
Let me tell you a story.
Once upon a time there was a young lady and every day she suited up. When she was very young, she even wore Wonder Woman Underoos and would pretend like she was a superhero named Wonder Girl. On numerous occasions Wonder Girl met the supervillain of Trespass, who walked off with her innocence, and there she thought she lost her superpowers. After her parents divorced, Wonder Girl had to leave her home and her dog, and move to a large city. Finding friends was sometimes difficult and sitting alone at lunchtime was a dreadful task. Often as a child Wonder Girl would encounter a bestial bully named Hopper who would call her hurtful names. This often made Wonder Girl feel very alienated because behind her Underoos, Wonder Girl struggled with mental illness.