Batman Essays

  • Is Batman A Hero

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    Batman is not a superhero There are many ways people become superheroes in comics. Sadly batman is not one of these superheroes. Batman does fight crime, but that just simply makes him a vigilante/hero. For starters he was not born with superpowers, he did not come from a different planet, and he wasn’t in some sort of “freak accident”, to obtain superhuman abilities. He is simply a billionaire in a pursuit of justice. Batman was not born with super powers, he was born a normal human being. Simply

  • Batman Religion

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    On the subject of Batman 's religion, there has been many arguments among his religious beliefs. Bruce is usually portrayed as Episcopalian in the comics, but some other writers like Frank Miller have portrayed him as Catholic, but it wasn 't a question when it comes to saying him as a Christian. It was obvious from sources, like his older comics and animated series, that batman is religious and his parents were religious too. In the comic "Secret Origins #6" (1986), Bruce Wayne, as a child after

  • Ambiguity In Batman

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    Christopher Nolan has used different filming techniques developing and portraying Batman as a ‘superhero’ by using things such as lightning and camera

  • Batman Returns In The Movie Batman

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    Slide 2: • Batman -1989 • Batman Returns – 1992 • Batman Begins – 2005 • Dark Knight – 2008 Slide 3: • 1 dimensional • Simply batman>We know very little about why he is batman and also very little about why he is doing what he is doing. It is hardly mentioned that his parents died and we have to come to our own conclusions which are that he is getting revenge on the joker for killing his parents to restore justice to the city of darkness. • He is very arrogant because he believes he can get rid

  • Batman Telltale Sequence

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    WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE Telltale has done a spectacular job introducing mechanical elements harmonizing with the narrative; in Batman - The Telltale Series there are systems gameifying all aspects of the Batman experience. The quick-time event action sequences return in one of their most well-implemented ways to date. There are also investigation segments where Batman theorizes how an event transpired based on crime scene evidence. Telltale utilizes both traditional point-n-click mechanics as well

  • Batman As A Hero Essay

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    I have chosen Batman as the superhero I have conducted my research on. Batman is of course a fictional superhero owned by DC Comics. He first appeared in a detective comic in the May of 1939, written by Bill Finger. He was first known as The Bat-Man and later, the Dark Knight and world’s greatest detective. Batman is the secret identity of Bruce Wayne, who lives in Gotham, who is a billionaire philanthropist and industrialist. There are a series of characters that accompany Batman on his crime fighting

  • Batman Is The Greatest Villain

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    Joker, whose presence and actions have forced the Dark Knight to go above and beyond his skill set to superhuman levels in order to stop the Joker. Without Joker, Batman’s morals mean nothing because they wouldn’t be tested so intensely and so often. Batman doesn’t kill but because he doesn’t kill the worst person in the world – despite the countless opportunities – it makes him all the more the better person and a true hero.Joker’s motivations have evolved over time from the early days where he did

  • Batman Sociology

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    is action and violence going on. You see Batman fighting against the criminals to stop crime and you see the Joker doing his criminal work which also include fighting and violence. The story keeps you interested the whole time. You are focused on Batman and the Joker and you see the different ways they work in the city. The movie gets interesting because you see Bruce Wayne live his life as the billionaire playboy but he gets too busy with his life at Batman that he sort of disappears from the world

  • Batman As A Hero

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    Batman (a.k.a. Bruce Wayne) is one of the most iconic superheroes in the history of comics and the world. Although some may consider him a vigilante because of the way he takes justice into his own hands, he is an ally to the people of Gotham, bringing peace to the city in its darkest nights. The story of how Batman came to be can be quite complex and is seen in various versions but in most, Bruce is disgraced by the death of his parents: Thomas (owner of a massive Wayne company) and Martha Wayne

  • Batman Compared To Beowulf

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    Many people believe that Batman is the world’s greatest made up hero and detective, he only does things that will help the world. People loved the comics of Batman so much, they turned it into many serious of movies. Batman is a modern day hero, however back in the 7th century the poem Beowulf was the world’s greatest made up hero. Beowulf was originally an epic poem, then turned into a novel Beowulf a New Telling by Robert Nye. Beowulf was the first English Literature to be written, written around

  • Catwoman Vs Batman

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    a few girls would give you the same answer. Even though we know mostly male superheroes there are also some women who are ready to save or, in this case, destroy the world. To compare male and female superheroes we can take Catwoman and Batman as an example. Batman and Catwoman are exactly alike and total opposites at the same time. There is a simple explanation behind this tricky sentence... In this essay I am going to uncover their secret and similarities they both share and then compare them and

  • Joker Vs Batman

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    a maniac laughing and then he asks, “Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight.” A villain is a cruelly malicious person who is involved in or devoted to wickedness or crime, two of whom are The Joker, featured in The Dark Knight, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, and A Death in the Family and Poseidon, shown in Homer’s The Odyssey. The Clown Prince of Crime has far many better traits than the Earthshaker. It must not be overlooked that Poseidon has a great deal of traits that

  • Gender Stereotypes In Batman

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    how fragile a woman is compared to a man. Batman and Batgirl are both human superheroes; they do not have any special healing factor or any other kind of superpowers. All his enemies constantly give Batman brutal beatings, but he always walks away from the fight (see appendix 1). He suffers no long-term effects because men must have strength; suffering is a sign of weakness, and men can never be weak—society demands that. Complementary to this, in Batman: The Killing Joke, Batgirl is shot by the

  • Batman And Beowulf Comparison Essay

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    children and even adults have looked at superheroes as iconic figures. Batman and his alter ego Bruce Wayne are among the most looked up to. Even though they are the same person, they are very different. Batman’s characteristics have a lot to do with Bruce Wayne’s past. Batman can be compared and contrasted with epic heroes. Batman and Beowulf have a lot of similarities and differences. This is also true about Batman and King Arthur. The reason comic book heroes have played such a big role

  • Compare And Contrast Beowulf And Batman

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    Chapter I- Introduction If one has to define a hero, it’ll be defined as someone who possesses strength, bravado, and ethics and most importantly he must fight evil. These characteristics apply to Beowulf and to a modern hero like Batman with slight modifications. Both of these came from different time period but both have a great impact on their society. Beowulf Beowulf is the 3182 lines longest surviving Old English poem. It survives in a single manuscript, thought to date from the turn of eleventh

  • Evolution Of The Tragic Representation Of Batman

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    Comics: Slide 1 Good morning Mrs O and class, the evolution of the tragic representation of batman. Slide 2 Batman was born in 1939 on the pages of dective comics #27 as a a steren devilish looking character. Then in the 1940 batman looks like he got a brighter outlook on life. The dective comics were renamed to Batman and the typical all grey bat suit accented with a yellow belt, blue underpants, socks and gloves was formed. Slide 3 1950s- Batman’s body became slightly block shaped (excuse the

  • Jungian Archetypes In Batman Begins

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    In the movie, "Batman Begins" there are many instances where Jungian archetypes are hinted at throughout the movie. There are 12 common archetypes and four primal archetypes. Two common archetypes that stood out to me were The Creator and The Caregiver. Lucius Fox is The Creator because he helps Bruce Wayne get the materials he needs to make his alter ego known as Batman. He gets him all of the materials he needs to make his Batsuit and his Batmobile. He is there when Bruce needs anything in order

  • Compare And Contrast Batman And Beowulf

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    poem about heroism. In fact one scholar notes, “Legends and superheros present us with something very local in its ethics. It's not messianic. It's far more tangible” (Rhys Ifans). Beowulf is considered a legend in the English Literature world. Batman is considered a superhero in the DC Comic industry. However, even though they’re from different times and put in different situations, they have as much in common as they have different, especially in courage, smartness and the willing to fight evil

  • Batman Costumes Persuasive Speech

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    a mere mortal. You're really the Batman or Batgirl of your household or neighborhood, so don't be shy. Now if you do that on any regular night of the year the neighbors will be raising eyebrows and you might find yourself explaining yourself to the local police or being carted off to the nearest psychiatric hospital. Luckily there is one night each year when you can celebrate your super powers without fear of ridicule or persecution. Wear your Halloween Batman Costume and you can live the dream

  • Batman And The Joker In The Great Gatsby

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    Enemies are portrayed as being opposites of each other and work to repel the other like magnets. When one thinks of enemies, they may think of Batman and the Joker. One works to preserve the well being in Gotham and tries to prove that it has good people living in it. The Joker on the other hand works to upset the established power and expose their corruption to the public through heinous crimes. Such is not the case in The Great Gatsby. Jay Gatsby and Tom Buchanan are two very wealthy men fighting