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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Day Off Of School

    Snowflakes fall gently from the sky, tickling the end of [Y/N]’s nose, tempting to stick out her tongue and have a taste. But that’s ruined by the icy air whistles around [Y/N]’s air, causing her skin to tingle and sting. Fingers and toes are numb. [Y/N] tries to warm her hands as she gets to school. “Man, why can’t they cancel school today?” [Y/N] manage to say. “It’s so freaking cold!” She adjusted her hat and scarf as she snuggles inside the many layers of clothes. Nobody attempts to try…

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  • Rhetorical Strategies In Marvels Luke Cage

    Rhetorical Strategies in Marvels “Luke Cage: Episode 1” Crafting the legendary “bulletproof man” was no easy task, the creator of the Netflix special Cheo Hodari Coker and his cast sought to revive the long-awaited return of Marvels first black superhero. Being the first live action TV show for a black superhero in the Marvel Universe, Netflix provided the platform for a resurgence in the interest of such an iconic and vital figure. It is not crazy to assume there was an intrinsic amount of…

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  • Jiri G. Ruzicka Analysis

    Jiri G. Ruzicka’s “American Superheroes and the Politics of Good and Evil,” poses the statement, “The United States of America is the promised land for comics” (Ruzicka 46). Comic books have been around for a very long time — almost dating back to the late 1800’s. Many see these books as merely a form of entertainment; however, they are more significant than that. Comics and graphic novels reflect the American societal values of the time through their main characters, the character’s struggles…

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  • Compare And Contrast Batman Vs Superman

    Everlasting Battle Batman vs. Superman. Could You Guess Who is Winning? When the movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” was announced, being the casual superhero fan, I had just one question in mind: What the hell is going on here? How could Batman, an ordinary superhero who possesses no superhuman abilities, possibly battle Superman, a superhero whose powers include superhuman strength, vision, speed, and flight? That’s highly unlikely to happen! Looking from the other side how come…

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  • Analysis: The Brief Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao

    novel, (the section that features Lola and her story is narrated entirely by Lola), and, whereas he seems to know everything that goes on, the reader may notice that Yunior does not put quotation marks around conversations between individuals. In Marvel Comics, the Watchers seem to only make a brief appearance at some point in the story (usually at the beginning), and from there let the characters tell their own story; the reader completely forgets that the entire adventure is being told by an…

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  • Analysis Of Female Superheroes

    There is saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words”. This idiom means that a picture can explain a whole story. In this situation, this quote does apply; however, the picture does not explain a story, but picture explains is body type. In discussions of A-Force, some have said that the female characters on the cover are portrayed too pornographically. A hero in particular was mentioned in many articles about her body type: She-Hulk. She-hulk of the big green woman on the cover of A-Force is…

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  • Analysis Of Batman Begins And The Dark Knight

    Question one Certain aspects which have been portrayed in Batman Begins which have been changed in The Dark Knight There are a few aspects in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight which Christopher Nolan has definitely changed. One of the smaller changes Christopher Nolan has made from Batman Begins to The Dark Knight would be the batman suit. The suit in Batman Begins looks a lot more like the suit used in the comic books whereas the suit used in The Dark Knight reflects a more real-world…

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  • The Hunger Games Dystopian Fiction

    The first dystopian piece of fiction to be created is credited to the work of H.G. Wells, who published The Time Machine in 1895. Since The Time Machine, hundreds of thousands of dystopian fiction works have been published, making it one of the most popular genres in works with young adult audiences, be it literature or movies. The movie The Hunger Games, based on a book published in 2008 by Suzanne Collins, is one of these works of dystopian fiction. The dystopian genre has several common…

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  • Disney Swot Analysis

    foods, attractions, and shows to appropriately accommodate different cultures. Lastly, customers have a strong recognition and loyalty with all of Disney’s Company’s characters. This does not just mean Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, but also Marvel characters, and Lucus (Star Wars) characters. Disney provides some of the most popular animation and fictional characters of all time, that fans and customers love and…

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  • Sexualization Of Women

    A beautiful woman is heard screaming from the top of her lungs as she is dangling over the ledge of a building by a maniacal villain. “Help me, Superman!” she yells. Faster than a speeding bullet, the Man of Steel himself rushes to save the pretty damsel in distress. A garish, over the top villain known as the Joker is wreaking havoc on Gotham City. The bat signal lights up the night sky calling for Batman to swoop in and save the good citizens of Gotham. Nothing quite captures the imagination…

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