James Gordon Essays

  • The Long Halloween Analysis

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    unidentified killer who goes by the name “Holiday”. “Holiday” preys and murders on people in the two major, rival mobs “The Roman,” and “The Boss”, killing them during holidays. With only being able to trust District Attorney Harvey Dent and Lieutenant James Gordon, Batman races against the calendar as he tries to discover who Holiday is before he claims his next victim each month. The most repeated theme in the book is the duality of man; the duality of man means that people are split between their good

  • 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 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

  • The Dark Knight Character Analysis Of Batman

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    The 2008 film directed by Christopher Nolan, “The Dark Knight” is a film of the well known comic book character Batman. The dark knight is the second movie of the trilogy starting with “Batman Begins” in which a young man by the name of Bruce Wayne witnesses his mother and father robbed and murdered by a thug in an alley way upon leaving a play in his home city of Gotham. Bruce would continue to grow into a man that decides to use fear to combat those criminals who utilize fear to prey on their victims

  • The Dark Knight Rises Analysis

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    FILM REVIEW: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES SUBMITTED BY: RITWIK DASH ROLL NO: 2012-52 1ST YEAR, 1ST SEMESTER SUBMITTED TO: PROF. AMITA DHANDA Professor of Law NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW, HYDERABAD Review The Dark Knight Rises is the third and final installment in a trilogy of Batman movies directed by Christopher Nolan. As a student of Legal methods, it is my personal opinion that an appreciation of the movie becomes engaging on deconstructing the motivation and reasons behind the antagonist’s

  • Batman's Ambiguity In The Dark Knight

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    In the 2008 film The Dark Knight directed by Christopher Nolan, it can be argued that the main character Batman is considered morally ambiguous, because even though he is a vigilante the way in which he does things does not always correspond with the law. Batman’s alter-ego Bruce Wayne is a billionaire who dedicates himself to protecting Gotham City from its criminal underworld and from his archenemy, The Joker. One of the reasons Batman can be considered ambiguous is because he does immoral things

  • Stereotypes In Suicide Squad Movie

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    I strongly agree with Suderman and his allegations regarding the DC movies and how they are made. Given that making the movies the action scene are to a “t”, but the characters and their background are greatly unrecognized, as well as their appearances. As an example just as Suderman proclaims, the movie Suicide Squad doesn’t focus on one thing, but rather veers off into several different scenes creating some confusion throughout the movie. A little of history of each character is barley to almost

  • Batman Symbolism In The Dark Knight

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    “As a man, I 'm flesh and blood, I can be ignored, I can be destroyed; but as a symbol ... as a symbol I can be incorruptible, I can be everlasting” (Batman Begins). Batman is one of the most popular superheroes of all time. Although he has no superpowers, his willpower and intelligence combined with his physical prowess, and ingenuity make him an incredibly dangerous opponent. In his secret identity he puts on the mask of Bruce Wayne, billionaire, playboy. In Christopher Nolan’s trilogy, Batman

  • Batman Duuhu Analysis

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    In this work labeled Because Batman! Duuhu! By Stejepan Sejic you can clearly see all of the dark colors used for the back ground as Darkside is firing his bright red omega beams from his eyes in an attempt to hit Batman. Batman standing in a traditional hero pose as Darkside’s beams zig zag over Batman’s head. Batman has made no attempt to doge the omega beams as he has locked eyes with this massive beast that is Darkside. The speech bubble coming from Darkside says, “Die you insufferable Mary-Sue”

  • Batman The Joker Hero

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    Without villains movies, comics and games would not be an intersecting art form. Without these antagonist heroes like Batman won 't be the same without the Joker. Villains are important to the one we call the hero and one of the greatest Villains of all time is the Prince of crime himself the Joker. There is something about a maniacal clown going around a city, killing people for no reason other than just for fun people love. The joker is one the most recognizable fictional characters in the world

  • Batman Under The Red Hood Analysis

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    In the novel “Batman Under The Red Hood” Batman is fighting whoever is under the red hood. Then Batman’s mask is torn off and the Red Hood takes his hood off and Batman seems to know him but it is kept a mystery from the reader. The story leaves the identity of the person behind the Red Hood a mystery until about halfway through the story. We find that Black Mask is gathering help from Mr. Freeze and Amazo the android that has the powers of the seven members of the Justice League. The Red Hood

  • Heroism In The Joker

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    In almost every piece of fiction there is a vilian who works to stop or hinder the heros motives. This vilian is usually extremely different than the hero. The hero usually ends up in a fight with the vilian that decides the outcome of the story and is usually the most exciting part to the story. The hero usually ends up becoming the victor of the fight and the vilian is defeated. My favorite vilian through out all fiction would have to be the joker. I picked the joker because the joker has a sertain

  • The Dark Knight Character Analysis Essay

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    Dinesh A/L Tamil Selvam Adriel Wong ENL 102 22 October 2015 The Iconic Character in “The Dark Knight” Of all the villains in the history of pop culture, the Joker is without doubt one of the most enduring and iconic, sharing ranks with the likes of such immortal fiends as Darth Vader and Hannibal Lecter. And though he has always been popular, it is Christopher Nolan and Heath Ledger’s mesmerizing interpretation in 2008’s The Dark Knight that has indelibly branded the character onto our consciousness

  • Bruce Wayne: A Hero Or Hero?

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    Comic books have served as a form of entertainment depicting the lives of dressed up individuals patrolling the streets and protecting society. Upon further inspection, one may realize that some of these so called superheroes have unreasonable morals and their attempts to take the law into their own hands could be detrimental not to just themselves but to the people they are trying to protect as well. There are many heroes, better referred to as vigilantes, that could be used to elaborate on the

  • Batman Religion

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    that there were many imposters of Batman in the last movie, but only the real Batman will answer to the bat signal, it gives him the identity of the Batman, and not just random people with his costume. It brings hope back to the people when Officer Gordon lighted up a bat signal on a bridge and tells everyone Batman is back. And one very important feature for religion is convert, religious people converts people around them to strengthen his own religion. Batman did so by converting Catwoman into helping

  • Harvey Dent Character Analysis

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    In the movie “Batman: the dark knight” (2008), we are introduced to the character Harvey Dent. He is the District Attorney of Gotham City. Everyone loves him, he is charming and good looking and most important is that he fights for justice. Even though he is a good man, he uses his father’s lucky coin to gain benefits for himself; he suggests playing coin toss over many different things, mainly involving Rachel (the woman Harvey wants to marry). He always picks head because there is a picture of

  • Iago's Soliloquies In Othello

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    Iago is a villain's villain. He uses people but in a way that makes them feel he cares. He is almost as cunning as the Joker in Batman. Being the ensign of Othello, Iago displays several different types of jealousy towards Othello. There are ten soliloquies that Iago does throughout the play, this is to show how arrogant and driven he is to destroy Othello all because of his jealousy. The soliloquies are performed as though you can hear the characters inner thoughts, this is to help show how dramatic

  • How Did Batman Kill The Joker

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    I don’t think Batman should kill The Joker because it would not be in Batman’s best interest. Now, hear me out. It is easy to name off differences between Batman and The Joker. To me it is even easier to find similarities between the two. 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

  • Batman Compare And Contrast Essay

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    As a child batman had it rough and the joker had it as rough as him. Both Batman and the Joker and lost their parents and they both play dress up and has traumatic events in their lives. The only difference between Batman and Joker is bad and good. Batman has more vanity over the joker which is completely insane. Batman is a dark and mysterious person but he knows the fine line between right and wrong By this I mean batman can tell when he needs to hurt someone or help them. For example,

  • What Are The Villains In The Joker

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    Villains play a vital role in the plot of action films and keeps the action exciting for the viewer. Each villain is unique, however many are cut from the same cloth. For example, similarities and differences can be found between two well-known villains in today’s movie lore, The Joker from the Batman™ series and Darth Vader from the Star Wars™ franchise. Specifically the Joker from the movie, The Dark Knight, and Darth Vader from “Star Wars: New Hope”. Both villains have forceful and necessary roles