Essay On Batman The Perfect Role Model

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America's fascination with comic books and cartoons filled with superheroes has created an empire of almost epic proportions. Upon my arrival in America, two of the myriad of comic book characters on offer immediately captured my attention, - Batman and Superman. I was informed by those "in the know" that Superman is the greatest superhero there is, and Batman never seems to get enough credit. After watching a great number of Batman and Superman cartoon episodes respectively, I reached the conclusion, that Superman's reputation is somewhat unfounded. Personally, I believe, that there is overwhelming evidence to support the contention that in fact Batman, who by the way, is a regular hum ...view middle of the document...

His qualities of kindness and generosity play second fiddle to his x-ray vision and ability to fly. It is dangerous to create a role model out of a character who's most tremendous qualities a human cannot ever hope to possess. Furthermore I purport that it is dangerous to do so. Unlike Superman, Batman is a regular human, who was resolved to devote his life to crime fighting following his parents murder. Growing up, Bruce Wayne used his fortune to create a fully equipped crime-fighting center, and train his helpers; Robin and Batgirl. He fights crime with no superpowers, relying only on his will, knowledge, discipline, training, billions of dollars, amazing butler, friends and a cave full of military-issue technology (sarcasm aside). These resources enabled Batman to protect Gotham from evil geniuses countless times. His image is intimidating to all evil. He is often referred to as the Dark Knight and the Guardian of Gotham. Batman's exploits at least rival if not exceed those of Superman. It is also important to ascertain and evaluate the influences behind each superheroes outfit. First and foremost, it is crucial for any superhero to make sure that his clothes are comfortable, good-looking and helpful in fighting crime. Batman's suit fits all these criteria perfectly. Superman's suit, made by his mother, is nothing more t...


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