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    Detective Comics # 49

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    James Gordon continues his reign as Gotham's Dark Knight in Detective Comics #49. Peter J. Tomasi provides the script for Fernando Pasarin’s illustrations. The two give us a tale that takes us back to the golden age adventures of the Caped Crusader when he not only dished out a good beating but solved a mystery along the way. In Detective Comics #49, James Gordon is caught up in an cold case from his days on the force. He grapples with the new freedom he has as Batman to investigate the crimes of Gotham City…and the slippery slope that this freedom can be. Does the system he’s believed in all this time still work? Or is it the only thing he has left to hold on to? Since the story arc we’re still focused on in issue #49 is the same as #48, I don’t feel like I’m giving away in spoilers telling you what I love about it. We’re given a real mystery man here who continues to blow holes in Batman and the police investigators’ theories. It’s a wholly original character that changes everything just when you think you have him figured out.…

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    Heath Ledger Meaning

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    Christian Bale plays Batman and he does a phenomenal job playing Batman he really does capture of how batman should look and feels and he does capture the character persona. Heath Ledger is one of the reason why this movie is one of the best movies of the 2000’s. Heath Ledger’s performance as the joker outstanding and just phenomenal and Heath really does capture the persona and feel and vibe The Joker has to it’s character and his performance was so good that he won an academy award for best…

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    How Is Batman A Hero

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    The movie “Dark Knight Rises” is a British American superhero film. Bane is the best, because he knows how to get what he wants out of people. He is focus on manipulating, terminating, and destroying lives. Bran has a purpose, because the public would not know Batman as a hero and not a villain. Without Batman, Bane has the overall opportunity to destroy the city, and free people from prison. Out of all the villains in the movie “Dark Knight Rises” Bane is the best one. I say that because he…

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    Batman’s body suite is black which has an evil connotation. Whereas the conventional superhero’s costume would have blue and red in it, in search for justice. Batman’s costume also makes use of weapons, but instead of it healing people it has been designed to harm people. Contributing to a vigilantes own idea of justice. The use of lighting also establishes batman being part of the ‘shadows’. Batman fights crime at night and in addition to this effect, Christopher Nolan makes use of low-key…

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    not be able to help Gotham knowing Rachel wasn’t going to wait for him; therefore, he burned the letter. There was also James Gordon, a lieutenant for Gotham city, who helped Wayne defeat evil rather than teach him lessons. Most people view Wayne as an aid to the Gordon and the police department. However, Gordon proves time and again that Wayne couldn’t be successful without him. In the Gotham Police Department, the amount of good officers was few and far in between. In their first interaction,…

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    Summary: The Dark Knight

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    Title: The Dark Knight Film Origin The Dark Knight was released in 2008 as the sequel to Batman Begins, as well as the second movie in The Dark Knight Trilogy. The inspiration to the film was when director Christopher Nolan researched the original introductions of popular villains from the comic book, including the Joker and Two-Face. Summary of the film As the sequel to Batman Begins, Batman, Harvey Dent (the newly elected District Attorney), and Lieutenant James Gordon continue their fight…

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    The voice acting, musical score, and special effects are once again fantastic. Notably, Kevin Conroy (Batman), produces another solid performance. Coupled with Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) who also does a great job as James Gordon. One inclusion I am particularly fond of is how Batman: Arkham Knight utilises the Dualshock 4 's internal speaker on PlayStation 4. Hearing speech, or effects play through the controller are a commendable touch that helps enhance your immersion into…

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    The seminar I attended was that of Lieutenant General James Gordon Roudebush. He was the nineteenth Surgeon General of the United States Air Force. James is a native to Gering, Nebraska. Later, he then received his bachelor’s of Medicine degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. After receiving these he entered into the Air Force. During his seminar, Lieutenant General James Gordon Roudebush talked about…

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    Dark Knight Rationale

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    The Dark Knight was the second of a trilogy of the Batman movie series directed by Christopher Nolan. The movie promise to be one to be remember and as others might say an iconic movie for what superheroes and/or future Batman movies should be. The Dark Knight movie was released in July 2008, and for the comic book/superheroes fans that have not seen it I can only tell you one thing: go see it. It was produced by the well-known Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. who are known for producing movies…

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    them, he felt the need to serve his own justice. This is an example of his power getting a little out of hand. Most of the time he keeps his personal vendettas out of his plans. He is praised and loved by the citizens of Gotham and it was imperative that he didn’t let all the noise and expectations get to his head. He used his power for good, not evil. As a symbol of justice, he wanted people to accept him and agree with his role as a vigilante. Bruce did a great job of keeping his personal life…

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