First things first: I believe the Islamic State terrorist group is a rotten bunch of evil-doers.
Secondly, because of Point #1 above, I prefer that they be referred to as ISIL, not ISIS. Because I grew up watching Saturday morning TV in the 70s, so when I hear the name “Isis” I think of a cheesy show from back in the day:
Please don’t sully my childhood memories of Andrea and her ancient amulet by associating her alter ego with a terrorist organization. Not only was Isis Captain Marvel’s best friend, she was also a “dedicated foe of evil, defender of the weak, champion of truth and justice!” Oh, and a darn fine rhymer.
“O zephyr winds which blow on high, lift me now so I can fly.“
The real Isis also brought a message of peace:
BTW, Secrets of Isis was the first weekly American live-action television series with a female superhero as the lead character (predating the weekly debuts of both Wonder Woman and The Bionic Woman). And, the Isis character was created because the producers didn’t want to have to pay a comic book company for rights to an existing female superhero. In an interesting turnabout, DC Comics wound up acquiring the rights to publish an Isis comic book.
If you have 20 minutes to kill, check out this heaping helping of cheese… the bear costume is so bad it’s good!
(super hero) Isis rocks!
20 minutes well spent.
They don’t make ’em like that anymore. Kids today are really missing out.
What about Shazam driving around in an RV with an old man….hmmmm
Nothing unusual about that at all. He was an “uncle.”