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    Batman: the Dark Knight Batman‚ the Dark Knight is full of underlying philosophy on society and life in many ways; I will focus on three of them: good versus evil‚ order versus chaos‚ and the theme of corruption. This film masterfully portrays a philosophic insight into selfish human behavior as a whole in society‚ while also giving an alternative perspective on the evil that lies in people just under a thin veneer of good ethics. The Dark Knight marvellously explores how very close to each

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    English 102 Batman In Batman: Year One‚ Frank Miller introduces Gotham City as one of the most corrupt cities in the world. It is dominated by Greedy politicians whose only interests are money and power. Bruce Wayne‚ as a kid‚ was also affected by the growing injustice and dirty politicians which made him the man of today‚ Batman. This is explained in Batman: Hush‚ written by Jeph Loeb. Throughout Loeb’s book‚ Batman struggles with the memories that remind him of who he is and what he

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    Batman the Money Behind the Mask Superheroes are thought to have the best intentions‚ motivated to protect society from evil. Masked and unnamed‚ they use their super powers for the good of the people. Some comic book heroes do not fall under the stereo-type but live double lives with a dark memory. In Tim Burton’s‚ 1989 adaptation of Batman‚ Bruce Wayne attempts to balance his life. By day he plays millionaire playboy figure and by night a crime fighting vigilante. He dresses as a giant bat

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    English 1010-010 The Batman (also referred to as the Dark Knight) is a character that fights crime while doubling as a billionaire (Bruce Wayne)‚ that signifies nearly two generations of heroism through the youth and even adult based viewer market. The society of which people live in today gives a vast understanding of the elements that makes up the Batman and his persona. He gives the world a sense of many aspects of the human individuality. The oddity that is the Batman is something that the viewers

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    The best part of Batman Begins was its ending... and I’m not being sarcastic. As I was watching the last scene of the movie‚ I wanted to jump out of my seat and cheer when Jim Gordon handed Batman the Joker playing card. It’s been a while since I reacted with such glee at the promise of a sequel (usually it’s more of‚ "hay nako‚ may part two pa yan!"). Yes‚ the movie was that good. Without question this is the best Batman movie ever made. Finally we have a film adaptation that shows the essence

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    World Myth of Batman Superheroes of today have evolved due to technology and imagination. One superhero of today that exemplifies characteristics of that of a world myth would be “Batman‚” who also is an exception to superheroes of today because he does not possess any superpowers. However‚ he does possess a divine attribute‚ which is his vision and drive to achieve his desires. Not only are his characteristics positive but they are also considered a world myth and this is why. In the

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    Batman and Supergirl

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    ​Supergirl comics were published in the late 1950’s‚ in an atmosphere that is considerably different from that in which Batman: The Dark Knight Returns was created. Supergirl comics were created in the post World War II setting‚ when Americans reverted to their traditional beliefs. In contrast‚ Batman; The Dark Knight Returns was created during the Cold War era of the late 1980’s‚ when tensions ran high between the two super powers; the Soviet Union and the United States of America. These two different

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    Eight year after events of The Dark Knight‚ Gotham City is in a state of peace. Under powers granted by the Dent Act-legislation inspired by the late Harvey Dent –the Gotham City Police Department has nearly eradicated organized crime. Batman has disappeared and Bruce Wayne has become a recluse. Police Commissioner James Gordon fells guilty about the truth; however‚ he decides that the city is not ready to hear it. While searching for a missing congressman‚ Gordon is captured and his speech taken

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    batman and superman

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    ere are so many different superheroes but the most popular are Superman and Batman. These two characters are the best American superheroes of all times. Superman and Batman are both extremely courageous and help the innocent and eliminate crime. Many have wondered who would win in a fight‚ the man of steel‚ Superman‚ or‚ the caped crusader‚ Batman. One is from another planet‚ has super-powers and can do nearly almost anything. While the other doesn’t necessarily have super-power‚ but has made himself

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    Batman Hero

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    Archetypal Heroes Batman Bruce Wayne‚ also known as Batman The World’s Greatest Detective or The Dark Knight‚ is best described as an archetypal hero. Batman‚ the common favorite of comic book nerds‚ depicts many of the characteristics of an archetypal hero. Unusual circumstances of birth; sometimes in danger or born into royalty: Bruce Wayne was born to Thomas and Martha Wayne‚ Thomas being the owner and founder of Wayne Enterprises. Thus Bruce was born into a rather large sum of money. When

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