Batman & Robin

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  • Batgirl Of Burnside Character Analysis

    Batgirl Vol 1: Batgirl of Burnside is about Barbara Gordon also known as Babs, who is the main character. She is trying to start all over with her life, away from all the action that she has had in the past. After years of painful recovery from the gunshot that severed her spine, Barbara Gordon has a new home, a new costume, and a new attitude. (Publisher Weekly, 55). Babs pack all the necessary, moves to the other side of the bridge and heads to Gotham’s most exclusive neighborhood: Burnside. During all this changes she is doing with her life, someone sneaks on to her old apartment and fire up everything. Babs costume and gear were not the exception; all her Batgirl appliances were destroyed. Due to the consequences Babs has no other choice than redesign all over again her Batgirl costume and look for hints that would lead her to the responsible of the fire. This time Barbara Gordon would become a whole new and different Batgirl. This new Batgirl is done living in the darkness, but will the bright lights of Burnside burn her for good? Even though sometimes people try to change their life, but seems that opportunity denied it is because they are meant to do what they used to do. It did not last too much when Babs went viral because of her Batgirl costume on Gotham city. Thus, she gains an attractive number of enemies who wanted her social – media spotlight. This Batgirl is a much viral star as she is a superhero. Her villains are similarly current: a pair of murderous anime…

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  • Essay Of Jason Todd And Bucky Barnes

    a sidekick for Batman to replace his first prodigy, Dick Grayson. Bucky Barnes is a Marvel character created in March 1941 as a sidekick for Captain America. The two boys share several critical personality traits, but overall are very different. In Life James Buchannan “Bucky” Barnes was born March 9, 1925. Bucky’s father died in combat and his mother from some mysterious illness, leaving Bucky to become a cadet at just 13-years-old. He had a little sister, Rebecca, who went to boarding school…

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  • Essay On Batman

    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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  • Batman A Death In The Family Analysis

    consider the best, when I ask myself that question Batman and Robin both come to mind , because of their teamwork and how they stood for the greater good. The graphic novel I’ve decided to analyze is Batman: A death in the family written by Jim Starlin and published by DC comics in December of 1988. Batman a death in the family was far ahead of its time and brought something fresh and new to the world of comics. Before American Idol, this was the 1st true test of American phone voting. In just…

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  • Character Analysis: The Dark Knight Returns

    book Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, I will be using the hero 's myth to breakdown, whether Batman is fit to be the hero category. I do believe the Batman is a hero and should fit well with the hero 's myth, because of what it took him to get there. I will start with the first step of the hero myth, which is the introduction of a character being in an ordinary setting…

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  • The Dark Night Rises (Batman)

    Essay The Dark Night Rises (Batman) What is The Dark Night Rises? The Dark Night Rises is a version of an old cartoon character, named Batman, which was created in the year of 1939 in the month of May, and was made by a group called DC Comics. Bob Kane and Bill Finger were the people that thought up and made Batman. “Batman’s first appearance was in Detective Comics #27”, according to (Who really created Batman?). Batman’s name is Bruce Wayne when he is not fighting crime and saving people,…

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  • Joker Research Paper

    as a child after his father performed the same act on his mother, which includes the famous line "Why so serious?". Also the Joker also quit his job as a Lab assistant, becoming a stand-up comedian to support his pregnant wife. Unsuccessful, he agrees to help mobsters with a robbery and dons the Red Hood. The heist goes awry; the comedian leaps into a chemical vat to escape Batman, surfacing disfigured. Then the joker started having hatred on batman. In the first movie of batman the appearance…

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  • Batman Evolution

    of Batman Batman is a fictional, crime-fighting superhero staring in American comic books published by DC Comics, as well as many television shows, movies, and is widely ranged from places all over the world as the savior of Gotham. The character was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, and first appeared in Detective Comic, where his character was originally named "the Bat-Man," the character is also referred to by such epithets as the "Caped Crusader", the "Dark Knight", and…

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  • Batman Is Better Than Superman

    Why superman is better than batman Superman is better than batman and it can be proven in mean way. Like there is some that i can tell you like superman can come out in the day and batman can only come out in the night so he can`t be see and superman show his face and batman does it because they're going to know how it is and superman can wear glasses and have a different hairstyles and can show his face not like superman and there is more way to proven that superman is better than batman. I…

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  • Pop Culture And Film Analysis: Hollywood Superheroes

    Hollywood Superheroes When we were kids we understood one thing about a superhero that he’s the good guy. He makes the bad guys go away and he’s our saviour. When a child thinks about a superhero, the first picture that comes to his mind is Superman or Batman or maybe Spiderman. His fantasies include him being saved by the superhero or maybe he becoming the superhero himself and saving the world. His faith in the superhero is pure and it is derived from the feeling that whatever bad there is,…

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