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    behold, and bringing justice to the streets of Gotham felt as fun as it was brutal. With Batman: Arkham Knight, Rocksteady has taken what was so good about Arkham City, improving every aspect down to the last detail. As a result, Arkham Knight portrays Gotham City in style. The Joker is gone (or is he), but a new danger has emerged to torment Batman and the city in which he strives to protect. With the impending threat of Scarecrow releasing a deadly toxin on the people of Gotham, the Caped Crusader must put a stop to Scarecrow 's evil plans, and…

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    Alfred ran over to the cat and picked him up. ”We need to find a way out of here” he started.“Already tried” said Batman sadly. Almost immediately after he said that, a strange creature came, let them out and said “Follow me”,but a soon as he let them out Alfred made a run for it. The creature appeared in front of him and held a gun to Alfred’s face. He slowly turned around and walked back to the group. It seemed like they had been walking for hours until they had reached a dark chamber. It did…

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    Batman Hero Essay

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    people robs stores and drag the owners away. That is, until Batman comes. In his suit as dark as night, he grabs two of the evildoers by their eccentric clothes and bashes their heads together. They fall down immediately. This startles the gang and a few of the members circle and challenge Batman. Their menacing faces stare at him as they smirk wickedly. With a calm and blank expression, Batman kicks and punches the villains, sending them flying into the road. As more and more gang members run…

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    Batman Moral

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    Has Batman’s character gotten morally darker over time? Batman is one of the most poplar superhero’s that has had his comics turned into very successful films. He smashes any and everything in his way while pursuing his ends. Interestingly, it is the same vigilante justice that Batman supplies that endears the Caped Crusader to so many readers (and viewers). So why must Batman endure constant hounding from the authorities? And what does it mean that fans of Batman are so quick to vehemently…

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    Essay On Batman

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    How did Batman get so popular? It all started in 1939. “In 1939, National Comics (later to become DC Comics), was looking for a new super hero—a character who could build on the success of Superman” (Batman at 75: Highlights in the Life of the Caped Crusader). Editor Vin Sullivan asked Bob Kane to create a hero. Batman first started as an idea from writer Bill Finger and artist Bob Kane. Batman wasn’t always a superhero dressed in dark colors. Bob Kane originally drew Batman in brighter colors…

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    In the movie The Dark Knight, Batman fits the character type description of being continent. He struggles with his appetitive part and desires to get rid of the Joker, but really the only way of doing that is by killing him. However, the Batman endures through the temptation and does not give in to his desire to kill the Joker. On the other hand, the Joker would fit the vicious type of character in the movie. He consistently does the villainous deeds, that they have become a habit for him. He…

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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…

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    Chapter II- Nexus Between Beowulf and Batman Though these epic tales were created about 1000 years apart, the story of Batman and the story of Beowulf actually have a lot in common. These two characters are indeed heroes in their actions and are praised by the people in their society; they fight a foe which can only be beaten by them and they do such things for unselfish reasons. “Beowulf had brought his king Horses and treasures- as a man must Not weaving nets for malice for his comrades…

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    Jonathan Lethem states why Batman endures for more than half a century, how the characteristics and the appearance of Batman affect generation after generation and what are the unique features different versions of Batman bring to us. Rolling Stone is an American magazine that concentrates on popular culture so that the most of the readerships are young, loving pop music or TV shows. The publication of the article just when the last piece of the Batman movie called The Dark Night Rises was…

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    The seconds were going way too fast for my comfort. I wanted off, I wanted off right now. But, something kept me from getting off or saying anything about it. The TV hit 1, then 0 and we took off. We started up the 200 foot drop, “Don’t look down” they kept telling me. Telling me not to look down made it even worse. It took what felt like forever to get to the top of the drop. I heard the front of the coaster stop making the clicking noise, and soon after I went flying down the 200 foot drop.…

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