When I first read Promethea, the most interesting aspect of her I found was the fact that there were multiple versions of her. Promethea is not one single super heroine and cannot be defined with one single image. Rather, "Promethea" is more like a spiritual heroine than a physical one, and each person that "hosts" her adds something special to Promethea's overall image. Each Promethea is shaped by her own story, her own ideals and her own society. The newest Promethea, Sophie, is trained by former Prometheas, who all still have a presence in Immateria. Sophie is brought to life because the world currently needs a new Promethea that knows its ideals and habits. Its almost as though societal changes and needs are what creates these "Prometheas," who then go on to protect "their" own specific world. I thought this concept was extremely intriguing, as just as society changes, so does the need for a new and better version of a super heroine who can understand our world as a real-world participant, not simply as a supernatural onlooker.