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    Authors have to employ various techniques in their writing to convey their message to the reader. However, comic book authors face an extra struggle. Having little text and few pages, they have to manipulate their images and the way the text appears to get their message across. The author of Batman the Dark Knight: Trapped by the Scarecrow portrays the complexity of the characters, the motives for their actions, and their similarity through his dark illustrations, frequency of text use, and use of repetition. The first technique the author employs is the use of dark images. This sets the tone for the entire story and without the author having to mention it, the reader knows that the situation Batman is in is not good and the childhood of both Scarecrow and Batman is quite somber. In addition, the darkness makes it easier for the reader to…

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    Heath Ledger Meaning

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    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 supporting role in a movie. Gary Oldman he plays detective James Gordon and he does a great job…

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    Batman Super Hero

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    He has a skull like expression on his face all the time. The joker looking like death doesn't mean a hood and a scythe by the way (which fun fact a scythe is a straight blade on a long stick used for farming). By looking like death i mean something that you would see walking the streets at a day of the dead parade in New Orleans. He does this and he also has a tendency to leave his victims with smiles carved into there faces, but you can choose which one makes him seem like a dark character.…

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    Jekyll And Mr Hyde

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    not actually changed since both Jekyll and Hyde enjoy luxurious items and have a charming way of talking (10). Even though the two have opposite views on life, the original personality remains the same. Their motives are similar…

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    The Dark Knight is a movie released in 2008 directed by Christopher Nolan based on a man called Bruce Wayne which becomes a superhero to combat with criminals to put them in prison until they pay their conviction. The expectancy of this superhero called Batman (The Dark Knight) is to put all criminal in prison, which against the city called Gotham city. The Gotham city is a city with many criminals, where the justice cannot control them and batman decided to become a vigilant to beat these…

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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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    Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

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    "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are clearly two different personalities because of their physical, mental and moral differences. As Stevenson said in his story Dr. Jekyll is “a large, well-made, smooth-faced man of fifty, with something of a slyish cast perhaps, but every mark of capacity and kindness — you could see by his looks that he cherished for Mr. Utterson a sincere and warm affection.” Dr. Jekyll is a scientist from London. He is also a well-known, well liked middle aged scientist as…

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    Batman Kill The Joker

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    Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan, multiple explosions occur in the Gotham City Hospital as the Joker walks down a street like nothing happened. Mayhem breaks loose as there is another possible two hospitals that he may blow up as well, how does the community deal with the Joker? Do they kill him or leave him be? This might be one of the most controversial debates in the comic community, should Batman kill The Joker? The Joker has done many Per many different philosophies and philosophers,…

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    clock finally hits midnight, neither have exploded, and the Joker 's permanent smile is a little smaller. Additionally, the Joker succeeds in turning Harvey Dent, the city 's "white knight" into a vengeful, punishing villain known as Two Face. Dent is completely destroyed by the murder of his soon-to-be wife and now decides to be the agent of justice. He begins by going after those in the police department, then later the mob leader who hired the Joker. In these cases, he decides their fate by…

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    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde As one walks down the street, passerbyers often decide whether one is good or evil just by someone’s physical appearance or how they present themselves. This isn't just a concept in today's society, it’s been this way for centuries. In Robert Louis Stevenson's mystery novella, “Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” the author illustrates good and evil through the characters of Mr. Hyde and Dr Jekyll. The use of physical and personality descriptions in Stevenson's work is said to…

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