Woodbury man releases song in honor of 'The Avengers'

Ryan Daniel, of Woodbury, was so excited for the release of "The Avengers" that he wrote a song about it. He hopes that it can be included in the DVD release of the film.
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Ryan Daniel, of Woodbury, was so excited for the release of "The Avengers" that he wrote a song about it. He hopes that it can be included in the DVD release of the film.

“I sat back and looked at the psyche of the superhero and the fact that people are so enthralled with them,” he told the Woodbury Bulletin. “It speaks to who the real avenger is – it’s kind of a mosaic.”

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