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  • Examples Of Dionysian Impulses

    genre of television series is drama. In dramas there is usually a protagonist which would represent the Apollonian aspect by bringing peace and order to an otherwise negative situation and an antagonist which would represent the Dionysian aspect by trying to bring chaos to the protagonist. One example of this art form would be the television series called Gotham. In this series there is a city known as Gotham where crime is abundant, this could be viewed as a Dionysian city.…

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  • Film Review Of Rocksteady's Arkham

    The Arkham series has come a long way since Rocksteady 's first installment - Arkham Asylum, back in 2009. The series reached new heights with the sequel Arkham City in 2011. Gone were the restraints of the asylum, with an entire city being explorable. Gliding through the sky at night with the city lights glistening in every direction was a joy to 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…

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  • Batman Super Hero

    Everyone in the history of time should agree that Batman is the best super hero just because he rules, but that's not what this essay is about. This essay's subject will stay in the famous city of "Gotham" and focus on the Joker. The Joker is the best villain because he always finds a way to trap Batman, he is a symbol of death, and he is the complete opposite of Batman. The Joker is known to be a trickster, after all it is his name. He has a way of out smarting Batman almost every time, that…

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  • How Is Batman Get To Real Life

    Bringing the fiction characters to real-life is the power that every book, novel, comic fans definitely want to have. If I have that such kind of power, the character I want to bring to real-life is Batman, because he is the symbol of justice, a very smart person and dare to break the law and fight the bad guy even they are the government. Every comic and superhero movie fans in general and DC fans, in particular, know that Batman is the symbol of justice. He fights the bad guy who commits…

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  • Batgirl Of Burnside Character Analysis

    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…

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  • Christopher Nolan's Use Of Batmantic Techniques In The Film Dark Knight

    If Batman is man, the question posed would be -who is he to hold himself above the law? However, even though Batman fights crime and seeks justice, he still has to abide by the law being a citizen of Gotham city. Therefore, the moral ambiguity becomes evident as Batman is portrayed as a vigilante taking the law into his own hand to bring justice. Costume, design and lighting are also the main features that contributes to the image of how Batman is portrayed in the Film Dark knight. Reflecting…

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  • Compare And Contrast Batman And Superman

    Wayne Enterprise which takes place in Gotham City. Bruce witnesses his parents’ murder as a child and was raised by Alfred Pennyworth which is also his butler. Bruce Wayne later in his adult life became Batman to fight criminals and stop all the crime in Gotham City. Superman story begins in a different planet called Krypton, and his real name…

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  • Differences Between Gotham And The Dark Knight

    Gotham is a relatively new episodic television series, highly anticipated following the box office success of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. The Fox program revolves around a pre-Batman Gotham City, where it appears a big emphasis is placed on telling the origin stories of many Batman comic supporting characters. Christopher Nolan’s three films follow the narrative of Bruce Wayne/Batman from how he became a superhero to his circumstances as a superhero. However, these films could not…

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  • How Does Batman Create A Sense Of Justice

    just human. The interaction between Bruce and Ra’s Al Ghul has challenged my ideas about justice. It made me think about the interactions between these two characters. Early in the film, Bruce finds himself at the League of Shadows hideout in search of a new path. This is where he loses his fears of bats. Bruce didn’t agree with the methods of the league, Ducard tells Bruce, “When Gotham falls, the other cities will follow in short order. Nature’s balance will be restored and Man will finally…

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  • Is Batman A Hero Or A Villain Essay

    There is a fine line between being a hero and a villain. Batman is the only hero in the movie the The Dark Knight as he never goes against his own morals despite the people of Gotham City losing faith in him. “Because he's the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we'll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A Dark Knight.” Batman will always help those in need even when the whole city is against him. The…

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