I will start with the first step of the hero myth, which is the introduction of a character being in an ordinary setting …show more content…
There are many examples to use that show Batman fits in the hero journey. Like when Bruce felt that he was too old to fight crime was rock bottom in the sense that he has no faith in himself do anything but sit in the dark as he already dead. Batman also hit bottom when he had a Conflict with the Joke in a deadly battle that Denouement the story, and at the end of the battle Batman and Joker lying next to Batman bleeding for his life. As it seems the falling action as the Joker takes his last breathe. There is nothing more humiliating than to be lying next to your ermine helplessly gasping for air (Miller 151).
Howard Schultz once quotes “When you’re surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible." Which means that we can accomplish more, when you have someone that has the same vision to complete the mission. We see this in the comic book, with Batman having Robin at his slide. Batman and Robin have the same goal to keep Gotham safe from people who try to terrorize the people. Batman lost the Robin name Jason due being killed by the Joker and the new Robin name Carrie Kelley help Batman takes down the Mutant leader (Miller 93).
The hero myth journey shows the step of to understand the hero and how they are made. Batman fit in the hero myth, because we have shown that Batman fits in three or more in the ten steps