The Dark Knight
Batman, Batman... his name is called out in every single borough of a fictional city named Gotham. He rides his super dope car throughout the night to seek felonies and stop them from invading the city's security and safety. Watch out your way! There goes Batman! He is cheered by many civilians because he is the hero of the city. Batman does not always dress as Batman, for he is also a businessman named Bruce Wayne. Before becoming Batman, he is an orphaned child who witnesses the devastating murder of his parents. Therefore, he decides to physically and intellectually train himself and invent a bat-inspired persona, so he can be capable of seeking vengeance again criminals. He mainly conducts his activities in a fictional Gotham city under the assistance of his butler named Alfred, a police commissioner named Jim Gordon, and his best friend named Robin. Unlike most supernatural heroes, he does not possess any supernatural power. However, he is rich enough to purchase super-powerful weapons and equipment, he is incredibly genius-like, and he is a beast in martial arts. A long list of villains is on his target, but his nemesis is Joker.
Like mythological heroes, Batman is born for a reason and a purpose and he brings peace and safety to people. Gotham city where he is grown up is threatened by criminals and chaos. His mission is to protect innocent citizens and uphold city security, but it seems difficult when his nemesis, Joker, stands in his way. Batman truly understands that his works are inevitably dangerous because the city criminals are vicious and cunning. However, he just cannot abandon his sense of justice, so he is willing to be the chosen one to restrain the crimes from destroying the city's image. Without superhuman abilities, he has no choice but trains himself as a master of martial arts, an intellectual detective, and an outstanding engineer and technician. Being the city hero, he is a major target of many ferocious felonies, so he often encounters many hazardous occurrences that pose serious threats to his life. Wayne's tragic story has formed him into a tough and fearless hero who prevents the same bad things from happening to other people. His grief motivates him to conduct criminal investigations, and he does whatever it takes to stop crimes from committing criminal activities.
Batman also must go through many different trials to prove his accountability to his people. Initially, his childhood trauma makes people suspect him for his heroic actions. People have no clue that he targets criminals to seek vengeance for his parents or represent justice. Nonetheless, his chivalrous actions speak for themselves because he appears at the right time and the right places to recuse people and save lives. He gradually gains love and support from the city citizens and authority, but his enemies want to tear him down for good. One hero against a thousand enemies is something impossible, but he is sm...