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    on, in particular, will be one of my favorite shows from my childhood, Justice League Unlimited. Ultimately, this show incorporates many aspects from society but also portrays the superhero as being an idealized person. One of the main concepts that is present in Justice League Unlimited is…

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    It has been 15 years since the rise of The Syndicate (only here until we get le confirmed name),The villainous organization who claims responsibility for the death and early retirement of every vigilante figure. The world became flooded with crime, the rise of a mysterious figure known only as “Fortress” has began one last attempt at reforming the former Justice League & Teen Titans. In order to once and for all destroy, The Syndicate. The world is nothing but a playground for villains, no hero…

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    My mind takes me back to a moment of thrill and adventure. The experience began early in the morning. At the crack of dawn, our truck was packed and ready to go. Many hours on the road and a few stops along the way, we finally arrive at Magic Mountain. Magic Mountain was an exciting adventure because of the amusement rides, creepy characters, and the many gift shops. My favorite amusement ride is the Justice League Hall of Fame. This attraction has a 3d laser shooter. On this ride, you are…

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    many individuals have been asking, what makes these "superheroes so appealing including the history of superheroes, how they provide people a sense of safety, embrace diversity and team work and have cool costumes. Up, Up, and Away The recent popularity of DC comics’ movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” has turned heads at the box office at a whopping $424.1 million its opening week. So what is a superhero? Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines as a fictional hero having…

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    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 Ayer, produced by Warner Brothers Studios. This movie was ultimately a letdown to many people including myself, but it doesn’t take away from the movie still being good. The bar was set…

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    Judy Hopps

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    take these masks so you can breathe in space, or you will not have any air!” said Wonder Woman, taking her paw and running with Batman towards the trampoline. They went through the crack and the Flash followed. Chapter 2 They appeared in a Earth like world. It seemed like Earth to the Justice League, but to Judy it was a huge version of Zootopia with no animals. They started walking toward a kid with a red hat. He looked up and saw them. “Hi! I am a pokemon trainer. Do you need any help?” “Yes.…

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    A hero can be classified by many things. A hero can be superman, a police officer, and even your mom, but what makes a hero? Is it someone who can fly or shoot laser beams from their eyes or someone who saves a baby from a burning building? I’ll admit some of these characteristics are far-fetched since I don’t know anyone who can fly or randomly saves babies on a normal day. All heroes, including super ones, all have something in common, they're admired for their courage or an outstanding thing…

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    Flash And Arrow Logos

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    In reality, common sense dictates that the police are the law. However, within the context of both shows, retributive justice is not enough to stop crime from occurring. Vigilantes and superhero are traditionally seen as criminals but due to the use of pathos you emotionally side with them. This is coupled with the use of backstories for both Arrow and The Flash. Both shows constantly refer to the main character’s backstory, which creates logos. It creates logos in the sense that the audience…

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    Arrow Vs Flash

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    Holding Out for a Hero Whether it’s six year old kids playing with superman action figures, or college students going to see the latest Batman movie, it's evident that in this day and age, everyone loves a good hero. In an unpredictable world where so many people often feel powerless, companies such as Marvel and DC comics provide a much needed escape from reality through the use of extraordinary fictional characters, such as the Green Arrow and the Flash. These two DC characters differ…

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    Connected in Many Ways Have you ever wondered if you have made a decision that would not only impact your life, but also someone else's? Mitch Albom's way of creating what his image of heaven looks like, is through the use of different people from Eddie's past to teach him lessons from his previous experiences. Eddie’s first lesson when he get to heaven is that everyone is connected in one way or another, which would be the theme of the novel. The Blue Man taught Eddie this lesson, which made…

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