1. Introduction The Dark Knight is part of the Batman trilogy. In this movie, it focuses more onto Batman and The Joker. The Joker is known to be one of the most fearful criminals in Gotham city because of his attacks that is unpredictable and causes chaos towards the city. At the beginning of the movie, there is a new district attorney, Harvey Dent who is the uncommon courteous in Gotham.
He tries to pull Batman and Dent into the side of evil, and to subvert the people 's concept of freedom, justice and hero. Batman is a typical representative of the hero who insists on absolute freedom and justice. The public is contented to the desire of super hero by the appearance of Batman. He wears a black mask and a cloak. Crossing over the skyscraper to catch criminals, his behavior lets people hooked but exposed the Americans’ unique views of the law.
The willingness to fight evil was evident in both of them even though they came from different eras they had the same warrior like values. Batman didn't have the same superhuman strength as Beowulf but that didn't stop him from saving Gotham from evil as Beowulf had superhuman strength to save Danish from the demons and his own village from the dragon. Batman and Beowulf differed in a lot but they both were similar in courage, smartness, and a willingness to fight
Batman (a.k.a. Bruce Wayne) is one of the most iconic superheroes in the history of comics and the world. Although some may consider him a vigilante because of the way he takes justice into his own hands, he is an ally to the people of Gotham, bringing peace to the city in its darkest nights. The story of how Batman came to be can be quite complex and is seen in various versions but in most, Bruce is disgraced by the death of his parents: Thomas (owner of a massive Wayne company) and Martha Wayne. Therefore, as this essay progresses, I will like to analyze various aspects of Batman's biography and psychology such as "Home", how he was raised by his parents, their unexpected deaths, and all of the elements that made Bruce who he is today.
It is the nature of epic poems to include a single or many characters that are the said ‘hero’ of the story; such is true in Homer’s The Odyssey. Though there are many versions of Batman throughout the world, most of them are an excellent representation of a beloved comic book or TV Show hero without the aid of superpowers. Both Odysseus and Batman share the qualities of a natural hero,
He pays a price as he tries to stop the chaos in Gotham by confronting Bain and injuring his back ineptly. Bruce is placed in a well in a Subterranean prison located somewhere in the East. This well image was also shown in the beginning of Batman Begins where Bruce faced on of his most fearful encounters, the presence of bats. The well reveals an alluring circle above the prison that shows the clear, blue sky. In order to roam free the prisoners must make despairing leaps for freedom, which often results in injury or even death.
Do you enjoy fighting for justice? Perhaps you feel you need the powers of a superhero to get through the day. Either way, you're a superhero disguised as a mere mortal. You're really the Batman or Batgirl of your household or neighborhood, so don't be shy. Now if you do that on any regular night of the year the neighbors will be raising eyebrows and you might find yourself explaining yourself to the local police or being carted off to the nearest psychiatric hospital.
Superman is the best superhero in the world, and he will never die unless you put like a lot of kryptonite to him and he will fall to the ground and probably die from all of it. So therefore superman can’t really die unless you have like weird space rock from space and get close enough to him to either stab him or just put it up to his skin. I’m pretty sure no one would want to kill superman because who would hate superman. Unless your like Lex luther and you just really want to kill superman because you’re a freak and is jealous because superman has super powers and you don’t.
Superman. Batman. Spider Man. When younger kids think of the word "hero", these are the words that come to mind. However, my definition of hero is much broader than a few superheroes- my definition of a hero is anyone who makes a large, positive impact on one's life, or is an exemplar to others.
Batman and the Joker is a modern example of the most classic literary element of all time - the conflict between a hero and a villain. Almost every piece of literature includes these counterparts that display the author’s views of good and evil. In the Medieval Era, this concept was no different. In the anonymously written epic of Beowulf, heroes and villains are portrayed similarly to Shakespeare’s play Henry V- as war heroes and their opponents. In The Inferno, Dante Alighieri took a more spiritual view on the hero and villain, while Geoffrey Chaucer in The Canterbury Tales portrays the hero simply as one who outsmarts his opponent.