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    Wayne is influenced to help his city and knows that “there will be a day when Gotham no longer needs Batman.” Wayne is afraid to lose his city and the people he loves. Gilgamesh, on the other hand, is a very selfish hero. He isn’t afraid to lose his close friend, Enkidu, until he is already gone. Gilgamesh’s first instinct when Enkidu dies is think about his own death. He’s afraid to die; therefore, goes on a quest to find immortality. He is more afraid to lose his own life than the lives of others. Although, the protagonist of both legends have this to set them apart they are still connected through how other circumstances and people impact their…

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    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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    Wayne Enterprises, a company which was founded by ancestors of the Wayne family in the 17th Century. He first appears in issue 27, published by Detective Comics. After a re-launch of DC Comics' entire line in 2011, called New 52, Batman's first appearance is in Justice League issue 1. Firstly, I will be focusing on the origins of Batman in the comics and in the film. Batman is said to be one of the gloomiest and darkest Detective Comics superheroes. This is probably because his parents were…

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    On July 20, 2012, Jon Blunk demonstrated the act of unconditional love for his girlfriend in Aurora, Colorado at a movie theater. During the midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises,” the assailant, James Holmes, began his attack on the crowd. Amid the booming shots of gunfire and smoke, Blunk sacrificed his life by laying on top of his girlfriend, Jansen Young. To protect her from being shot, Blunk pushed his girlfriend under the seats and laid on top of her to keep her safe from danger.…

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    Paradox In The Dark Knight

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    This paradox is portrayed in the action packed film, The Dark Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan, a menace known as the Joker wreaks havoc on the people of Gotham, while a “caped crusader” who goes by the name of the Batman battles with one of his greatest psychological tests in the never-ending fight for justice. This psychological battle is his strenuous relationship with the Joker. The Joker is a criminal mastermind whose ultimate goal is to get the Batman to kill him, the predicament here…

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    Summary: The Dark Knight

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    Lieutenant James Gordon continue their fight in protecting the streets of Gotham City from any criminals. The villain of the film, the Joker, is determined to cause havoc for Batman and the city of Gotham. Through protecting Gotham and keeping up with the Joker, Batman struggles to maintain that…

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    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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    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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    Is Batman A State Actor?

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    Firstly, I would like to use the source of “War on Terror” to point out batman “gadgets” and how he is one of the most powerful men of his world. I would like to bring in the idea that batman has all the financial spending power that other people do not have. I will connect this to the notion of the power that others such as villains wish for, but they cannot have. As a result, batman creates a huge advantage among his competitors or villains. Secondly, I wish to discuss and analyze batman…

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    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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