Batman: The Animated Series

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  • The Dilemma Of Domestic Abuse In Batman, The Animated Series

    The television show romanticizes the abusive relationship between Harley Quinn and the Joker. The Joker repeatedly belittles and physically abuses Harley in all versions of the Batman Comics, television shows, and movies. The Joker, more than often, pushes and strikes Harley when they are alone and in public. In the worst case, the Joker pushes her out of a window, causing her to lose consciousness. Through all the abuse these character faces, the television show continually makes a joke out of her situation. The animated series is intended for young audiences, which normalizes the abuse that many men and women face on a daily basis by displaying abusers in a humorous, rather than serious light…

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  • Analysis Of Tim Burton's Superhero Movies

    such as and have similarities that main characters have superpowers and live a double life as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Most of them are about the good triumphing over the evil and also follows this formality. The only difference is that Batman made and raised his power by using fabulous power with his own choice and volition. The success of series created other superhero series such as (2000) and (2002), and the public response to these movies were very positive. As an industry, Hollywood…

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  • The Joker Scene Analysis

    the knife and begins to recite why his mouth has slits in it. As she struggles to move her head away from his grip the soundtrack gets louder. The tension drops as soon as the Batman comes out to save Rachel. The Joker has lost his power. However, when the Joker manages to grab Rachel admits the confusion, his song beings to play again, This time the tension is between Batman, the Joker, Rachel as well as the audience. When Batman tells him to “let her go” the Joker knows he has won the fight by…

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  • The Dark Knight Film Analysis

    The Dark Knight is a story about a well-known superhero, Batman, and his crime fighting adventures against villains, specifically, the Joker. There are a lot of different points in this movie that prove it really is an outstanding piece of art. Rotten Tomatoes, a website that gives a percentage rating based off of positive review ratings, gave The Dark Knight a 94 percent. There are a lot of things done well, like an interesting plot, well developed characters, thrilling scenes, and excellent…

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  • Brenaffleck Research Paper

    famous caped crusader Batman. His role as Daredevil, another costumed do-gooder, is one of the reasons that he is being doubt for the role. I myself was among the first to hear about this decision and as a teen in this day and age immediately took to Twitter only to find more hatred and scrutiny for the actor. Within minutes #BetterBatmanThanBenAffleck became trending worldwide. This choice for the next Batman has sparked a mix of emotions and feelings in many people and it has been greatly…

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  • The Dark Night Film Analysis

    The Dark Night trilogy set the gold standard for the characters Batman, and the Joker. Every casual movie goer or critic would tell you that the most recent portrayal of each of these characters isn’t as good as the Dark Night Trilogy characters. With the flop of Man of Steel, and Batman vs. Super Man, Warner Brothers, the company making DC films, wanted to take a lot of control away from directors, and unfortunately the first movie to take such directions was 2016’s “Suicide Squad” by David…

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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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  • The Similarities Between Harley Quinn And Bruce Timm

    The character Harley Quinn, created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, made her mark on the Batman franchise since her debut twenty-two years ago; the first in the comic industry to originate in television and not in the comics. In the nineties, specifically 1992, the starting point of Harley Quinn’s rise to fame begins; in the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Joker’s Favor.” Where did the idea of Dr. Harleen Quinzel, commonly known as Harley Quinn, begin? Paul Dini and Bruce Timm needed to create…

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  • Batman Vs Superman Research Paper

    The final trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice may have shown that the Dark Knight can hold his own against the Man of Steel, but it also hinted on a brief flirtation between Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and Diana Prince (Gal Gadot). So is there any possibility that Batman and Wonder Woman will start a romance in the film? Affleck recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about how Batman reacts after realizing that Wonder Woman is a powerful being. “It inspires in him the idea that well, if…

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  • Batman Character Analysis

    When we think of Batman, the words “hope”, “justice”, and “incorruptibility” come to mind. He is The Dark Knight, a bat vigilante who fights to keep the fictional streets of Gotham safe. He is arguably one of the greatest superheroes ever created. He fights crime and faces some of the most insane villains in comic book history. What makes him stand out from the rest is that, as Wikipedia states, “unlike most superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers; rather, he relies on his genius…

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