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    Just like Superman, Batman was loner once too. Until he took a boy named Dick Grayson under his wing when his parents were brutally murdered. He did this because the boy reminded Bruce of himself when he was little. (Bruce’s parents had been murdered too) The boy had soon found out Bruce wasn't who he said he was, and found out he was Batman. So Bruce trained the boy to become his sidekick naming him after a brave and full of hope bird. (Robin) Robin soon quit his job saying he was sick of Batman being too bossy and called Bruce a, “Control Freak.” Robin joined a team called the Teen Titans and became leader and a control freak himself. And when the team retired Robin decided to no longer be a sidekick or team mate and turned into a superhero calling himself Nightwing. Then came Jason Todd, just as acrobatic as the first Robin. But Jason was more troubled than Dick Grayson. He didn't know his dad and his mom left him when he was little. He was poor, living in a motel and off the items he stole from strangers. The first time Bruce met Jason, he was stealing the wheels off the Batmobile. So Bruce took him in, seeing the same thing he saw in himself and in Dick Grayson. Jason was trained to be the next Robin, But Jason was not like the first one. Jason was impatient, stubborn, and unreliable. He never took orders from Batman and only followed his own rules. And…

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    Tabitha bedwell Mr. Tischer Techniques of writing 20 November, 2016 Teen Titans V.S. Teen Titans GO! Teen Titans was a soul searching, and heart wrenching comic: on the other hand “Teen Titans GO!” Is a humorous, and funny comic. These two comics although having the same characters and basically the same name are extremely different. Teen Titans was beneficial to the audience and provided the proper way to act in any situation while still having a great storyline and entertaining…

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    Two weeks passed and it happened again. He knew he wasn’t going to last much longer. The attacks had become more and more frequent. He had to get out! Alfred had tried many times, but they were guarding the door under the doormat. They could only appear under rugs and carpets, so he figured the hated the light. For that reason he decided to call them moles.They had been unsuccessfully trying to kill him off for a month now and Alfred was running out of food. He tried calling the police but the…

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    The Joker Scene Analysis

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    Scene: When the Joker crashes Harvey Dent’s fundraiser and targets Rachael Dawes because no one knows where Harvey is. The 360 degree turn of the camera emphasizes Rachel’s struggle to over power the Joker and his struggle to maintain it. The Joker has his knife at Rachel 's mouth to not only show his dominance to her but to how that while he looks silly dressed like a clown, he is serious. While he knows that the rich guests are not scared of him, a criminal, he does not try to instill the…

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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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    Joker In The Dark Knight

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    The Dark Knight is an engrossing tragedy film that leaps beyond its origins. Batman is not the comic character, that you spent many nights reading his comic book anymore. Because of the amazing performances, the writing, the direction, and the technical quality of the entire production, this movie created characters we come to care about. By putting all the right elements in play, this movie had given the character of Batman a literary merit. This movie is not simply present the good and evil…

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    Rachel gasped at the Titan before her. His green eyes bore into hers, mirroring her shock expression. Rachel shifted uncomfortably as the seconds turned into to minutes. She cleared her throat and smiled. "Hello…" She waved awkwardly. "Um...I believe you said your name was Joseph...Correct?" Jericho hesitated before nodding his head with a smile. He raised an eyebrow and sweep his eyes over her whole form. Rachel looked down at herself and was surprised to see that her blood soaked clothes…

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    can never truly make up the entirety of it. People who are raised in poor conditions are capable of turning their lives around and accomplishing great feats. Abraham Lincoln, arguably the greatest President of the United States, grew up in a household stricken with poverty, yet he was able to overcome what he was born with, form his own identity, and leave an illustrious legacy. In addition, these sentiments also go both ways as people raised in more adequate households are equally as capable of…

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    The strategic objectives for the United States during Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom compare and contrast widely when viewed through the three strategic lenses of suitability, feasibility, and acceptability. To consider the success or failure of national strategy as it pertains to warfare, the strategist must assess the nature of the conflict. Art Lykke presents an appropriate theory for national strategy that asks central questions for the national strategist based on…

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    The novel Moby Dick foresaw these consequences through the use of characters such as Ahab and Ishmael. Ahab, having already suffered the loss of a leg, is still destined and inevitably bound to drive his crew into a fate worse than what he previously suffered. Reminiscent to the bloodshed that resulted from American expansion and the later problems this expansion would cause, Ahab will stop at nothing to acquire his intended goal of seeking vengeance on Moby Dick without consciously realizing…

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