Batman Essay Topics

Remarkable man

In Oliver Stone’s 1987 film Wall Street, the protagonist, Bud Fox is faced with a series of ethical challenges. His actions in the beginning of the film would have pleased Nicolo Machiavelli, however, Fox’s decisions at the film’s end would have greatly disappointed the Italian. On the other hand, Fox’s first actions would have disappointed… View Article

Batman & The Punisher

We have the idea that superheroes represent all that is good, and that a superhero must possess strength beyond a normal human being as well as superhuman abilities. There is the idea that superheroes are supposed to be considered role models. Batman and the Punisher are only human, not mutants, and possess no super human… View Article

Batman Begins

The 2005 motion picture Batman Begins takes the familiar pop culture icon of Batman and his civilian persona of Bruce Wayne and attempts to re-envision him for a 21st century zeitgeist. While 20th century incarnations of the dark-cowled avenger veered perilously between Wagnerian grandiosity, as authored by oddball director Tim Burton, and tongue-in-cheek camp, as… View Article

Superhero Morality

?I intend to prove that superheroes are not immoral for not abiding by the law. I am defining immorality as going against was is accepted as good behavior. Superheroes are very simply people who defend and protect those in need with their extraordinary abilities. Superman, Batman, the Flash, Ironman, Captain America, Thor and many others… View Article

The dark knight

4. Describe either the beginning and/or the ending of the text(s). Explain why the beginning and/or ending was memorable, supporting your points with Examples of visual and / or oral language features in the film “The Dark Knight” directed by Christopher Nolan the beginning of the film was memorable as it introduced a main character… View Article

Batman: American Figure

America is a land of ordinary individuals capable of doing extraordinary things when the need arises. Like Batman, every American has no supernatural skills but the physical and mental capabilities of each citizen can equal, and even surpass, those superheroes in comic books who harness extraordinary powers. America is the land of the brave and… View Article

Mythological Hero Comparison

Ancient and Modern Super Heroes Hero myths are the best-known mythological stories because they involve colossal characters that are easily recognizable. In ancient Greece heroes such as Homer’s Odysseus, Apollo, and Achilles are “super heroes.” In modern day literature and pop culture mythological characters like those found in comic books are the equivalent. Super heroes… View Article

Heroes and Villains in Postmodernism

Postmodernism is a creative movement that is said to have originated in the 1950s. As the name suggests, it is the successor of modernism, and the development of postmodernism is visible in not only literature, but also other creative disciplines such as architecture, music, fashion, film and painting. Postmodernism was created as a reaction to… View Article

A Discussion of Heroism in Literature and Film

Defining Heroism Each individual has their own personal definition of heroism or more specifically the characteristics of a true hero. Some may believe that a hero must be a person of high morals, while others may believe that a hero must a brave person, and yet others may believe that a hero can conceivably be… View Article

Soundtrack analysis of “The Dark Knight Rises”

Music has been in movies since the first “silent films” were made, and continues to be one of the most influential factors in determining how beautiful and lighthearted, or how horrific and tragic a film is perceived by the audience. This paper will provide an analysis of Hans Zimmer’s composition of the soundtrack to the… View Article