Batman is a dark and brooding hero with a personal vendetta against crime and injustice. He is extremely pessimistic and suspicious, which often makes it difficult for him to trust people other than Alfred and Commissioner Gordon. Despite this he cares for humanity since he restrains himself from killing, as he feels this would not make him any better than the criminals he fights.
Batman vs Superman For my compare and contrast paragraph I chose Batman vs Superman. Batman and Superman are alike in a lot of ways but there some differences. There are both alike because they are both super heroes, both from DC, and both are good at what they do. Batman in different from Superman is that Batman can’t fly and Superman can fly because his powers. Another thing is that Batman fights in Gotham the most crime ridden city.
In the 2008 film The Dark Knight directed by Christopher Nolan, it can be argued that the main character Batman is considered morally ambiguous, because even though he is a vigilante the way in which he does things does not always correspond with the law. Batman’s alter-ego Bruce Wayne is a billionaire who dedicates himself to protecting Gotham City from its criminal underworld and from his archenemy, The Joker. One of the reasons Batman can be considered ambiguous is because he does immoral things such as hacking peoples cellphones and using the signals as a map of the city, even though he commits this unethical act, it is all done to protect the city from The Joker.
Being bias is familiar to everyone. Everybody has heard, “well, Superman is better than Batman because he has laser vision,” or, “Despite being a girl, Jeanine is excellent in sports.” Both of these are examples of Bias opinions. Just because Superman has laser vision, it does not mean that he is any better than Batman, or Because Jeanine is a girl, it does not mean she can’t beat a boy at sports. We need to strive not to use Bias language when talking or writing.
One does not need to possess supernatural powers to be a superhero. Sometimes all it takes is a good motive and will power. A tragic past, a strong sense of justice, or anything of the such can inspire any fair being to take that path. A person described as a ‘hero’ must have certain characteristics which usually include; modesty, commitment, and mostly courage. 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
You are blind sited, and will do anything to get your ultimate revenge, that possibly nothing could stop you. When someone has done you or your family and the people who you love wrong, that is when the very dangerous game of revenge starts. As seen in the picture, the eye is completely black and the pupil has a burning sensation inside as the flames twirl around, much like revenge does to a person. When faced with the feeling of revenge, nothing can stop you from getting it, and you are blind sighted by anything that has reason. Much like the Superhero’s, Spiderman and Superman, when evil decides to put the people they love in life threating situations, and to kill them.
Comic books have served as a form of entertainment depicting the lives of dressed up individuals patrolling the streets and protecting society. Upon further inspection, one may realize that some of these so called superheroes have unreasonable morals and their attempts to take the law into their own hands could be detrimental not to just themselves but to the people they are trying to protect as well. There are many heroes, better referred to as vigilantes, that could be used to elaborate on the many dangers they impose, but Batman is the most qualified due to his circumstances. The fictional character Bruce Wayne, perhaps better known by his alter-ego Batman, is known for being a hero who holds himself above the limitations of authority.
The topic and discussion of trauma have been scrutinized for years. As it upheaves daily life and all it’s familiarities, trauma can be both distressing and shocking for those who encounter it. Despite not having the right to do so, most people are heavily opinionated when it comes to how trauma should be dealt with by the individual who experiences it. Some presume that a traumatic experience should prompt people to improve themselves and become stronger versions of their past self, but some believe victims of trauma have the right to act out in violence or hate as a result. This debate is brought to life in the film Batman Begins (Batman Begins).
A bite and a costume can change someone’s life extremely quick. Spiderman as a reference, was bitten by a spider that granted him with special abilities. Only he must keep it as secret from society. The best superheros have awesome costumes which help them maintain two separate identities. They also have an amazing skill component of supernatural abilities which enhance their civilian identities.