Two-Face: Playing The Role Of A Hero

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Heroes and villains have always been both idolized and feared. Many villains take a bad situation that happened to them and end up turning evil; while heroes tend to take bad situations and use them to make themselves stronger. Two-Face, a villain from Batman, started as a hometown hero. When half his face got burned off, his personality changed, he became opposite of what he once was. This theory holds same for everyday people; they can take a bad situation, and choose whether or not it will affect them positively or negatively. Heroes must be tenacious, strong-willed, and be able to perform under pressure and stress. Playing the role of a hero would be a very enjoyable experience for me. Heroes must be able to think fast in chaotic situations. In my work experience I have had to have quick-thinking to make sure explosive situations are resolved with customers. This has prepared me to be able to handle stressful situations, as well as get …show more content…

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