Negative Effect Of Batman

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Over the past 78 years of Batman’s existence, many have been influenced by the cape crusader. All fans have enjoyed the comics, TV shows, movies, and video games of Batman; he has become a world phenomenon in popular culture that in any pop culture store like, Hot Topic or Spencer’s, you will always find Batman merchandise. Throughout the years, fans have learned that the caped crusader’s number one rule is that he would never kill anyone, not even a cold-hearted criminal. Over the past thirty years, though, Batman has been portrayed as a more violent hero than in his past, like in the Tim Burton’s Series and The Dark Knight Series. In 2016, Batman is portrayed as a very violent hero that kills some criminals in his latest movie, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. In the movie, Batman, who is played by Ben Affleck, completely disobeys his number one rule and kills criminals with machine guns and aggressive fighting. Personally, I believe that Ben Affleck’s Batman brings a negative impact to children because of his aggressive fighting and killing in the movie. Batman was first featured in the story, The Case of the Chemical Syndicate (Detective Comics #27), which was published on March 30, 1939. From that day on, many more Batman comics were published as the fandom increased. Eventually, Batman made it to the big screen with movies and TV shows; one of the most classic Batman movies was The Batman Movie from 1966. In this movie, Batman fights along with his partner Robin to
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