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    Batman And Batman

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    Inspired, but Independent Both Batwoman and Batman are vigilantes in the fictional city of Gotham. The characters mostly exist in the comics to help each other. With Batwoman being initially created to set her partner's sexuality record straight, they take off to work together. Their existence in Gotham as Batman and Batwoman, albeit being illegal, is much need by the residents who suffer in the hands of the highly skilled criminals – such as the Joker – who have mastered their techniques. The police

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    Batman Films Vs. Batman

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    Batman is one of the most well-known superheroes in the world. Since his first appearance in Detective Comics #27 in 1939, he seems to have just gotten more famous even after over 75 years. However, the Batman that audiences see now is not the same Batman that first appeared in 1939. Batman had a solid moral compass and could very clearly see the line between right and wrong. In most of the early films and serials, he is cheesy to a point where it becomes hard to watch. Throughout the years, Batman

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    Batman Hero

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    stated in Batman DC Comics Database “Batman spent his young childhood traveling the world, training himself to mental and physical perfection and learning a great amount of crime fighting skills, including chemistry,, forensics, martial arts, disguise, and escape artistry” (Batman DC Comics Database). Batman a realistic fighter has many areas in his fighting techniques. He’s learned many defenses, attacks, and is smart enough to outsmart many other criminals. Another fact stated was “Batman has total

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    Batman

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    In Gotham City, a dark knight known as Batman helps to defeat evil and defend the city’s safety. When Jack Napier who is known as Jack Nicholson in real life turns into a Joker, an evil image and he promises to take over Gotham City. It is up to Batman to track him before it is too late. The movie batman was directed by Tim Burton. The additional casting were named as: Michael Keaton (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Kim Basinger (Vicki Vale), Robert Wuhl (Alexander Knox), Pat Hingle ( commissioner Gordon),

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    Batman a true American hero There are numerous things that can construct an American hero in today’s society, maybe they are really strong, intelligent or they are just a tremendous role model plenty of people believe that heroes require superpowers in order to be a true superhero, but not necessarily heroes could occasionally just be an ordinary everyday person like a firefighter, policeman, EMT or someone like a veteran or maybe even for some people their hero just might be their mother, father

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    Batman As Superheros

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    were turning to for guidance. Batman was created for the kids who did not have it very easy. Batman saw both of his parents murdered and became a vigilante to fight off crime. Bruce Wayne changes into Batman for the better and portrays the better qualities of a hero as opposed to Dr. Jekyll in the book, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Dr. Jekyll changes himself from a good man to an evil man. Much like many other superheroes, Batman is the alter-ego of Bruce Wayne

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    Batman As A Hero

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    is not as prominently demonstrated as in The Batman. Batman presents himself as a hero, while he is only an over imaginative vigilante. He is more a vigilante than a hero since he has the ability to stop crime, but doesn’t, he only does deeds for his own benefit, and he helps the law but isn’t part of it. These are only a few ways Batman is a vigilante instead of a hero. These are mainly based on the idea of him trying to right his own past. Batman is more of a vigilante than a hero considering

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    Batman As A Hero

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    overlooking the city that he has protect for the last few years. This man to all of those who live in Gotham is known as the Batman. He has kept the streets of Gotham safe from the evil that our fair city possesses. From the elite people of Gotham to those in the Narrows, we give thanks to our beloved caped crusader for all his work for Gotham. There are those who believe that Batman is a another vigilante wearing a mask. Even Commissioner James Gordon many years ago stated these words about the caped

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    Batman Begins

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    challenge to himself when he decided to make a sequel to Batman Begins. Usually, sequels do not surpass the original, and whatever followed Batman Begins seemed poised to fail compared to its predecessor. To answer the opening question, you make The Dark Knight, a movie that validated the superhero genre as a real, serious category and showed that sequels can outshine the original. The Dark Knight takes place after the events of Batman Begins. Batman (Christian Bale) has become a terrifying presence,

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    Morality In Batman

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    villain, highly skilled in what he does, but still is an outlaw. Although one is an agent of chaos and the other of justice, the joker can be seen as a logical response to Batman. Alfred made a similar point arguing that in desperation of the justice-maker criminals turned to someone that they didn’t fully understand. Although Batman is viewed on the positive side, to which extent can individual break the law to follow his own justice. Through these various interactions of morality interplay, the

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