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    The Joker Short Story

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    Batman watches in agony as the Joker unties the President and puts the gun to his head. The Joker props Batman into a sitting position on the wall and goes over to the President who is still laughing. “And for the grand finale” the Joke says, waving his arms in the air. Batman yells “Don’t shoot him!” Clearly amused by Batman’s distress the Joker continues speaking “Okay I won’t shoot him since you asked so nicely but, it’s rude to interrupt, even if you are a bit batty. Get it? Batty? Why aren’t you laughing? Mr. President seems to think it’s funny. Look he’s dying over there. Get it? Dying? As I was saying, for the grand finale,” the Joker grabs the President’s head by his mouth and the back of his skull, and with a sudden, violent jerk he twists it and the laughing stops. “His laughing was getting annoying. You know what I mean?” He walks over to Batman and pulls his head to nod it up and down, “Yeah, you know what I mean.” Batman, physically and emotionally broken tries to get up again, but he can’t so he gives up. His blood still falling to the ground mixes with his angry tears. He looks over at the dead President and he thinks to himself How could this have happened? When did he become so strong? Why did I lose focus? He watches in horror as the Joker slices a smile in the President’s face. The Joker turns around and faces Batman “This is what happens when you try to be the hero. Stop trying to be the…

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    Batman interrogates joker scene This scene starts with the cop and the joker in a dark room, the only light lighting up the room is the door light and the lamp right where they are sitting. While the cop is listening to the joker speak only half of his face is fully visible due to the lack of light in the room. It then switches to the joker talking and behind him is very dark, only perk of his face is slightly visible, everything else behind him is not. This adds suspense to the scene that…

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    The Joker Research Paper

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    Harleen Frances Quinzel were talking about Batman. Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel started to fall in love with the Joker. Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel started to realize that Batman stopped making Joker happy. So she thought it was wrong that she was falling in love with the Joker, but she loved him and she thought that Joker loved her too. So on January 6th Dr.Harleen Frances Quinzel helped joker escape the mental hospital in Gotham city. Joker just about killed Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel. She was…

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    I think that Batman is better than Superman for many reasons. And, I will show you all reasons in this essay. I will let you decide which is better, Batman or Superman. (Batman is better.) (Reason #1: Villians)Every superhero has their villains, but I think Superman's are the lamest. For example: Lex Luthor, an overly, obsessive, and annoying bald man who's main goal in life is to destroy Superman and all his glory. He has a very uninteresting backstory and origin. He was born with riches,…

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    The boys try to find their missing friend with the help of a young mysterious girl that has supernatural powers. While the adults in this show are terrified of trying to find the boy gone missing, the young children don’t second guess trying to find him. When they are searching for him they have no idea of the type of danger that they are in. While looking for their friend they come to know what kind of danger they are in better than their parents. “Stranger Things” really shows the realistic…

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    Selling Hotel Edelweiss

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    off of the main highway. Is there anything else about the hotel, or the area you are concerned about? Are you ready to buy today? Asking for the sale Ok Lois, we have walked around the property, we have walked through the property, and I have answered all of your questions about the town, and the competition. The seller has agreed to your price, all you need to do is sign the papers, and it’s yours. Thank you letter 987 Franklin Rd. Buyers Remorse, IN. 46555 Sep. 14, 2104…

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    Research Bruce Walter Timm was born on February 8, 1961, in Oklahoma. His father was an engineer and his mother worked for a phone company. He has two older brother and younger brother. When he was two years old his family moved to Ohio for a couple of years, then moved to California when he was about six years old. They would occasionally have a few comics around their house, but he would mostly get them when he was sick. His mother would go the the drugstore to get medicine and he would…

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    Batman! I was “introduced” last summer by my obsessed boyfriend (at the time) to all things Batman. Comic books, movies, cartoons, collectibles, he had it all, and it sparked my interest. Over the course of the next year I grew to love Batman almost as much as him, my primary interest being the recent Dark Knight Trilogy. The trilogy consists of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises (the only Batman feature length films not to include “Batman” in their titles). Batman…

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    Superhero Research Papers

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    What is superhero fiction? Superhero fiction is a genre mainly originating in and most common to American comic books, though it has expanded into other media through adaptations and original works. The form is a type of speculative fiction examining the adventures of costumed crime fighters known as superheroes, who often possess superhuman powers and battle similarly powered criminals that we like to call villains. Occasionally, this type of fiction is referred to as superhuman or…

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    Essay On Batman

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    How did Batman get so popular? It all started in 1939. “In 1939, National Comics (later to become DC Comics), was looking for a new super hero—a character who could build on the success of Superman” (Batman at 75: Highlights in the Life of the Caped Crusader). Editor Vin Sullivan asked Bob Kane to create a hero. Batman first started as an idea from writer Bill Finger and artist Bob Kane. Batman wasn’t always a superhero dressed in dark colors. Bob Kane originally drew Batman in brighter colors…

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