There are basic tenants of narrative that we just accept. There is a good guy. There is a bad guy. The good guy has to grow and become good enough to triumph over the bad guy. Simple, right?
You see, this basic coding is so deeply ingrained in us that we just accept it, even if it happens to be wrong.
Truth of the matter, the bad guy/bad guy thing is more connected to what we are told than what is actually happening in the story.
This week we take a look at some bad guys who... well, who weren't bad guys.
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