These heroes need to be alone, it is the only possible way that they will be able to fulfill their goals of defeating the villain. In many of the films of Batman, batman is portrayed as the mysterious hero that remains a secret from everyone he is acquainted with. The heroes will always represent the good in a battle, they will willingly risk their lives for others. Time and time again the hero will risk their life without contemplating the consequences that can be caused to them. The hero will repeatedly struggle to maintain peace and harmony but will eventually be victorious in his battle against evil.
Bruce Wayne swore vengeance on all criminals. He created this bat persona to hunt down all of Gotham’s cruelest criminals. Odysseus isn’t the real hero. Even though everyone believes Odysseus is the ideal hero, but the real optimal hero is Batman. Many people are misguided with the perception that Odysseus is a model hero.
This was a very good strategy to lure the other sniper out of hiding, allowing him to kill the opposing sniper. This is similar to what happened in the movie Batman Begins, when the joker pretends to be dead when he is brought into the room so the man that wants him dead lowers his guard. He was not expecting anything bad to happen at that moment allowing the joker to kill him. If he would have taken a better approach and used a better strategy he would likely have been more precocious which would have allowed him to live. Similar to how the opposing sniper did not expect anything bad to happen to him because he thought he killed the main character, which ended up leading to his death.
“They would have killed me, thought Montag, swaying, the air still torn and stirring about him in dust, touching his bruised cheek. For no reason at all in the world they would have killed me.” pg.122 This quote is a representation of how Montag’s society has people that will randomly run into someone, kill them and think that it is ok. They do it like it’s a funny game they love to play. They won’t get punished, the person who was killed doesn’t matter to them, or the government for that matter. A teenage girl was killed this way, Montag himself was almost killed this way and yet nobody gets punished.
One of the perfect examples that shows the violence in the “Legends of the Dark Knight” is when Batman brutally kills the beast by cutting his extremities off. The author states “Batman kills the dreadful beast and hears a loud beast’s scream about his spare. However, it is too late; Batman cuts his head and arms with a light ray and only beast’s blood left on the Batman’s light ray gun.” (Dixon 17). This description of the brutal killing scene gives a child a very bad example of how the people can treat each other which is absolutely unacceptable in our society. The fact that one person can easily kill another is inappropriate and prohibited by every law.
One of the main issues in this movie is an ethical issue of itself. Do you kill a man because his power is so great he could possibly destroy the world? Or is that unethical. Then there is the battle of Superman and Batman. Their battle wasn’t all that destructive but it was dangerous.
Maybe he would have felt guilty if he spent time in prison, but he died without ever being brought to justice(Cambodia). How is it possible that a genocidal killer lived his life without ever being brought to justice? He died a genocidal killer with no remorse for the millions he killed. This information all helps to prove that Pol Pot was the worst person to ever walk the face of the earth. That title should be given to a person who killed his own people for knowing how to read, or somebody who decreased half of a country’s population.
He is viewed as a monstrosity in both aspects, but they mainly differ through their characteristics. Grendel has no reason for his beastly actions but continues to maul and kill anyone that strays in his path for sport. “And his glee was demonic, picturing the mayhem: before morning he would rip life from limb and devour them, feed on their flesh…” (730) The line from the epic illustrates an example of how Grendel views the people of Heorot and the pleasure that is found in killing them. This version of Grendel presents the idea that there are no human characteristics present within him. He is pure evil, which continues to prove the simplistic duality cultural views the epic portrays.
Comparing Beowulf to some of the villains of the comics may not make him seem as strong or have as much battle prowess. There is no doubt that Beowulf is the unsurpassed warrior that swims great distances on a whim or rips monsters to shreds with his hands, yet some of the people that the Web-Head has to beat take more than brawn, to fight those villains he has to have brains. While Beowulf could just walk up and beat the tar out Grendel, Spidey, fighting someone comparable to Grendel like The Rhino, would need to think about what he has to do to protect the
He couldn’t avoid any of the obstacles because they were going to be in his way. Many argue that it’s not Odysseus fault that he had temptations and that he was seduced. That is not true. He brought most things on himself because he was cunning, a good liar, and he had quick thinking. When he stabbed Polyphemus, he brought Poseidon’s hatred on himself because he could have just left without stabbing the Cyclops in the eye.