“As a man, I 'm flesh and blood, I can be ignored, I can be destroyed; but as a symbol ... as a symbol I can be incorruptible, I can be everlasting” (Batman Begins). Batman is one of the most popular superheroes of all time. Although he has no superpowers, his willpower and intelligence combined with his physical prowess, and ingenuity make him an incredibly dangerous opponent. In his secret identity he puts on the mask of Bruce Wayne, billionaire, playboy. In Christopher Nolan’s trilogy, Batman combats crime and faces several villains and their plots to wreak havoc and cause chaos.
The Joker is a far better villain for many reasons as in, he is ruthless, insane, and enjoys torturing his hero. To begin, Joker is one of the most ruthless villains ever. In the comic book, A Death in the Family, written by James Agee, Joker blows up Jason Todd aka Robin and his mother. This shows that Joker is ruthless, and better villain than Poseidon, because he is willing to kill people close to Batman to prove a point to the Caped Crusader, including the Boy Wonder. Being ruthless, he is also insane.
At one point the cannibalizing clown is put to rest by a group of misfit teens, unfortunately he rises again to claim the life of the group’s leader. Unlike most traditional villains of his nature, the scary clown commits crime only because of hunger and not because of for glory or power. The clown is also seen as a great manipulator, because of his ability to control the darker residents of Derry. Worst Villain of All-Time #4: 'Manos ' The Hands Of Fate ‘Manos’ The Hands 0f Fate is a low budget horror movie released in 1966. The movie has gained the distinction as the worst movie
The Joker’s appearance includes a white face, a forced smile, and usually green hair. The Joker’s look came from his traumatic past. There are several different origins but it is consistent that he fell into a vat of acid permanently changing his appearance. The appearance of the Joker creates a shock value since
He is truly a 'wild card '. The joker shows the truth of life being a big joke by giving evidence that life can change at any moment for example Two-face that the best can fall. The Joker is a great example of a person of ASPD (Antisocial Personality Disorder), he has no feelings toward others, treats other harshly, and behaves violently and impulsively. Another disorder that Joker has is intermittent explosive disorder. The Joker is also a psychopath, who manipulates and mimics emotions to get what he wants.
There were many reasons for the tragedy in the shakespearean play Othello. But the biggest reason was the brilliant, cunning, sneaky, manipulative mastermind Iago. Because he had all of these qualities and his relentlessness to fulfill his goal to destroy othello he is the only person at fault. Iago is the only person at fault for what had happened to othello, desdemona, emilia, and roderigo (also cassio but he ended up getting a better life after all of this was done). The reason iago did what he did was because othello promised him a job as lieutenant in the venetian army and then went back on his promise to hire Cassio as lieutenant who not only was not a soldier he also was not from venice he was from florence and that made iago mad, and
Even the Joker is just a showcase to advertise, with the brief flashback to part of his backstory only promote that there is a more interesting film in store. As one of the most prominent villains ever know, DC has made him into a literal joke. In Suicide Squad, he is only given bits and pieces of screen time, not even establishing why he is primarily there. Many of the Joker’s scenes were cut due to reasons unknown, but given those scenes were of Harley Quinn and Joker’s abusive relationship, most would consider that DC wanted to make it seem as though they were a seemingly normal couple, but with insanity added to their mental
The survivors the hero meets in their quest to escape the doomed city. One of the most notable groups are the Fargarths, a LARPing (Live Action Role Playing) organization who refuse to break character even in the apocalypse. My personal favorite character in the group is Hardcore, who is a reference to Hodor from Game of Thrones, who is only capable of saying his name. However, one of the most rewarding character to meet is Fizzie, a giant robotic mascot for Overdrive, who is incredibly foul-mouthed and intent on killing the hero. Fizzie made for the best boss battle I have ever played for his dialogue alone during the
Superhero vs. Supervillain Batman and the Joker have been enemies for quite some time now. They have plenty of differences, yet also some similarities. They are the main supervillain and superhero of Gotham City. The main difference is that Batman is a protector, because his parents were brutally murdered, and Joker is a threatener, because he thinks murder and mayhem is funny. Batman was born in Gotham City, so now he protects it.
Although the reader doesn't get to see his facial expression, they at least can pick up on the sadistic, malicious tone with which Chillingsworth chooses his words. It's almost as if Chillingsworth's life force is solely dedicated to this one devilish mission. This same psychological effect is seen with the Joker during the rising action of The Dark Knight, when he disguises himself as a nurse so that he could speak to a bereaved and disfigured Harvey Dent. He briefly taunts Harvey's misfortunes, citing the source as Harvey being a societal "schemer" trying to keep the established
he does what ever amuses him. One minute he will be handing out hundreds of balloons and the next minute he will have mass murder on his mind, he is that much random, one of the many reasons why other villains are actually scared of him, they don’t know when their alliance with the Joker will end up being their death warrant. Joker is the earliest foe of the Batman, and they are presented as day and the night of the Gotham city. Joker is hell bent on corrupting Batman’s morality, Joker will push Batman to no end just so he take away his faith