The man formerly known as Daniel Dumile understands that today's heroes come a dime a dozen, doused in bravado, drunk on morality, and that it's all too easy to be cast as one. Wave a flag and a gun, fight the odds, grab the loot, perish spectacularly, or all of the above. The crying of your immortal name on the TV signal will be temporarily assured. Bothersome questions about the commodity of heroism in the age of 15-minute shelf lives can surely be saved for another day. (What were we... More >>>