Batman is considered good because he would do anything for Gotham but not a hero the Batman is an outlaw or vigilante. by this I mean Batman doesn 't care about what 's good and what 's bad it goes with his morals and beliefs. batman respects everyone who lives in Gotham.Even though Harvey could have been the hero of Gotham, Batman was more presentable and the protector
Batman v Superman The rivalry between the Gotham knight and the kryptonian has gone on for decades. Both are popular superheroes who do good for others, and fight for their city. Each have their own way of handling villains and the safety of the world but the argument always goes back to who is the better hero? Batman and Superman have fought alongside each other for years, yet they are always compared to one another. Through differences in abilities, adversity and goals, it is easy to compare and contrast the two.
He takes the blame for what Harvey Dent did after his face was burnt and he believed it showed his half evil side. Batman did this because he realized and believed that Harvey was a real hero, and he was a better role model to the people ( as a person) than batman could ever be (as a superhero). That is why it is called the dark knight, because batman is the dark knight in the eyes of the people. Batman is okay with running and being labeled as bad, because in that way at least the people realize that people like Harvey dent, like you and I, can change Gotham city. He's going to take the fall for Harvey's crimes.
Some similarities would include: dark pasts, no real family, creatures of the night, followers and supporters, suffering from depression and PTSD. I personally feel that they are often misunderstood. We know much of Batman’s history: his childhood, his family, how he came to be Batman. But we know nothing about The Joker’s past, other than the obvious signs of abuse and abandonment. Because of this, we tend to side with Batman, simply because we know everything about him, including his secret identity.
Then again who wouldn't be captivated by such a great and mythological charm? Despite his determination to conquer evil, it is ironical, that it's from evil itself that he arises, he dresses in the very appearance of darkness to overthrow it, but anybody who devotes his nighttime garbed as a bat cannot be said to be normal. Even though he fights for harmony and fairness, he is in it altogether troubled. Perhaps nowhere else is Batman's problems explicitly expounded than in the final part of the trilogy by Nolan, Dark night rises. Gotham is a city transformed eight years later when we catch up with it; criminality is at its lowest.
In the essay, “Superman and Me” by Sherman Alexie, the author uses an extended metaphor to compare himself to the comic book superhero,Superman. The extended metaphor develops in a way that is similar to Alexie developing. Alexie does not have literal, “alien” qualities but, he demonstrates strange actions in the eyes of his society and peers, just like Superman. Alexie and Superman are both expected to fail and both end up triumphing over their conflicts. Both Superman and Alexie bypass all of the obstacles in their
Another example would be Simon’s encounter with the Lord of the Flies, and his realization that the beast is the darkness corrupting the boys souls. The paint masks that the boys wear are also what released the darkness within the boys and let it control them. Therefore throughout the entirety of the novel, William Golding has shown multiple examples, to prove that evil is intrinsic to humans and how easily consume a person. The awakening of Jack Merridew’s intrinsic evil, is the cause of his bloodlust and obsession to hunt. Jack’s lust for the hunt first started when he had failed to kill a pig during the island expedition, and after the pig ran away, out of anger, Jack stated fiercely that “next time there would
He suffers degrees of post traumatic stress disorder which is understandable, this makes him seem self absorbed. It is this ‘version’ of Batman that the audience responds more to. He is no longer the perfect model superhero from the 50’s who is a crime fighting genius in the city of Gotham, he is dark and mysterious and the emotional effects make him hugely relatable. We learn that although he is somewhat different to us with his physical strength and superhero persona but his feelings and emotions and changing personality is human. We feel sorry for him and endearing making the modern day superhero easily accessible to the
Throughout these three movies we see Bruce become Batman, save the city from Joker, fail, and rise again. The city now still, maybe not bright and vibrant but, finally out of the darkness that once fell upon it. He may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. The people of Gotham are now safe from the despair that had once filled their
Lord of the Flies has many parallels with our real world both historically and currently in 2018 with leaders such as Adolf Hitler and Kim Jon Un, who have proven that mankind itself is the principal threat to our civilisation because of man’s inner evil and greed for power. I will today convince you how the main threats to civilisation and social order both in the play and our real world is definitely humanity itself. “Which is better - law and rescue or hunting and breaking things up? To have rules and agree or to hunt and kill like a pack of savages?” These powerful questions are asked by Piggy in Act 3 of the play to the group of boys on top of the mountain just before he is murdered by Roger. These questions go to the core of the main theme in the play – the conflict between civilisation and savagery.