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.
Bob Kane’s fictional vigilante, Batman, is Gotham City’s greatest hero, capable of overcoming difficult challenges and defeating intimidating opponents. However, does the resilient hero have what it takes to face the struggle of love? In “Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Night”, Travis Langley, the author, delves into the mind of Batman to offer readers his professional opinion regarding Batman’s mental health after experiencing the most unfortunate event of his life, the death of his parents. Dr. Langley carefully analyzed every appearance Batman has made, whether it be comic or film, and studied Batman’s behavior to decode his hidden mental processes. He covers a wide range of mental illnesses such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), phobias, obsession, etc.
While awaiting trial Frank 's father Matt Fowler decides to give Mr.Strout a punishment he felt was necessary. Mr.Fowler went out and ended up murdering the man who murdered his son. While reading the story the audience dominantly takes Frank 's father 's side on the situation rather than feeling the same way about the two murders. People seem to sway towards Mr.Fowlers side of the story because they say it was out of love, Richard Strout deserved it, and Frank was innocent unlike Mr. Strout. Love is the key to all relationships throughout the world.
Just to get what she wanted, she did convince macbeth to commit crimes, but Macbeth is still the person with the last word. He cannot do anything by himself because he is scared, but when his wife helps him out, she herself does not wish to kill anyone. The one who commits the crime pays the price. Macbeth is the only murderer since he was the one who always ordered the murderers to kill whomever he disliked. Macbeth also has no mercy when he sent out the men to kill Macduff's family.
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.
The title hints that there will be killing in the story itself.. Andre lets the readers know that a murder has taken place, but that’s all the readers find out. The idea of justice is explored many times, for example Matt killed Richards, but he was still a human being. He knew of the consequences and made his choice, he did not try to flee when he was summoned at the court. Matt decided to take matters into his own hands thinking he was above the law. He kidnapped Richards and made him feel like he was anything, but a human being.
Since Beatty was an adamant believer of the laws in their society it only made since that his would represent Montag’s full rejection and rebellion against the law. Mick Rory begins his story in DC comics as having murdered his family as stated previously so he is against the law at a young age. For much of his life he stays on the path of crime and villainy leading him to join a group of rouges all of which followed some kind of code like captain cold whose code is “no drugs, no senseless violence, and above all, no killing women or children.” (“Captain Cold”). Mick was the only one who did not follow a code he merely enjoyed seeing things burn. Despite leaving his life of crime for a short time in the comics heat wave has primarily stayed a villain that was until the release of the show DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
After reading “Bandido” by Luis Valdez the Majority of time antagonist and protagonist are usually black and white as clear as sky. Unfortunately Luis Valdez creates a complex character call Tiburcio Vasquez of his melodrama, he like a Robin Hood who commit crimes but has respect and kindness to those around him, kind of hard not to root for him to get away. Tiburcio state “The women are not to be hard and no one I repeat no one is to be killed” (Valdez 116). In this play, Vasquez is a notorious California bandit ho commit murder which makes him the antagonist. On the other hand, Vasquez Is the main character he has a kindness and flattering aroma around him which also makes him the protagonist.
In The Rag and Bone Shop, by Robert Cormier Mr. Trent psychologically manipulates a twelve year old boy, Jason Dorrant, suspect for his seven year old friend Alicia Bartlett’s death, into admitting to killing her. Mr. Trent tried to get into Jason’s head by asking random questions that had nothing to do with what Jason did the day of the murder. “He was also uncomfortable with these personal questions. What did they have to do with what he had seen or not seen that day” (83)? Jason continued to answer all the questions that Mr. Trent had for him, no matter how off topic they were, he wanted to be as much help as he could.
After they find the felon, Mr. Holmes rules to let them go and bid them not to do it again. In my opinion, I think Sherlock Holmes positively made the right decision. In the first place, if Mr. Holmes would have decided to arrest and lock them up, they would have been classified as criminals for their whole lives. They’d be called in several times for the crimes they didn’t commit. Over and over, that would get pretty annoying.
. He will suffer no unbearable punishment, nothing worse than exile" (171) At this time, Oedipus is trying to convince the killer to come forward and confess the murder. Ironically, by announcing this he has cursed himself because he is, in fact, the murderer of Laius. Near the end of the play, Oedipus asks a Shepard from whom did he retrieve the baby from. "No— / god 's sake, no more questions!