Joker Vs Spiderman Research Paper

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Superheroes are a common thing in movies, TV, and especially comic books. These people fight for what’s right in the world, saving people from untimely death and stopping the terror caused by their rivals. These rivals are evil: they have an arsenal of weapons that they’re not afraid to use, and of course harbor a twisted mind and a twisted conscience. These Supervillains, as they’re called, have come and gone over the years, each one possessing a certain amount of talent and skill at their dirty craft. Some have been better than others. The two that stand out are The Joker from The Dark Knight movie and The Green Goblin from the Spider-man movie. Each villain provides their Superhero with someone fierce and hard to beat. But who, out of these two, is the better Supervillain? Who is the meanest and the nastiest, the most ruthless and the most malicious? The Joker from The Dark Knight movie provides a better Supervillain figure than The Green Goblin from The Spiderman movie.
First, The Joker
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The Green Goblin kidnapped Spiderman’s girlfriend (she was rescued) and hurt his Aunt (no major damage), plus he was killed at the end of the movie. The Joker blew up Batman’s former lover, turned the best man in the city into yet another villain, found that Batman would not kill people and used that to make sure he could never be stopped, and forced his counterpart to become a villain in the eyes of all the people that he’d saved. He was not killed at the end of the movie, and as he says, “[To Batman while hanging upside down from a building] You won’t kill me because of some misplaced sense of self-righteousness. And I won’t kill you because…you’re just too much fun! I think you and I are destined to do this forever.” The Joker wants a game of cat-and-mouse forever, through all eternity and beyond, for fun. If that’s not some serious trouble for Batman, then I don’t know what

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