Compare and Contrast Batman vs Superman Not often in literary history do two characters contrast and match each other so well. Batman and Superman are the figure heads of DC comics and were the only characters keeping the comic giant above the rising waters of collapse. It is natural that the characters, both sixty plus years in print, have acquired a massive fan base. The fan base of the two juggernauts of comics have been known to attack one another with claims on who is superior or who is the most interesting. With all of the fan "wars" several reoccurring traits of the characters have been the basis of most claims on who is truly the best comic book character.
Superman vs. Batman Heroes are people who reflect the morals, and the times correlated with that era. No one adapts more to the times then superheroes. The most popular superheroes have been around for almost 100 years going back to WWI. With all the choices in superheroes, two still stand way above the rest, Superman and Batman. The cape crusader and the man of steel still remain in the limelight, because they are THE originals.
Pinzon essay shows that people in today’s society can be compared to fictional superheroes, and that they are the true heroes of this world. A good example of these extraordinary people is Noe Reyes from the state of Puebla works as a delivery boy in Brooklyn, New York. He is able to send five hundred dollars home a week. In the picture courtesy of Pinzon, Reyes is being displayed wearing a superman outfit while being a delivery boy on a bike. In all fictional stories about superman he is considered a superhero because he can fly, he is extraordinarily strong, and he the only thing that can stop him is kryptonite.
Extra Credit: Batman an Epic Hero As you go on with life, you come across a vast amount of people who will ask the question “Who do you think is one of the best hero of all time?” With this, majority would give numerous responses to who they merely believe is the best out of the best hero. However, for me, Batman is a true hero because he fights vigorously to protect those that are in desperate help and danger. Batman has had an unbelievably strong taste for justice ever since his parents were murdered senselessly by a homeless man when he was just a young boy. During his entire life, he has trained himself both physically and mentally to make sure he would be able to protect others just like he had wished he could have done for his parents.
Batman had to bevery forceful when it came to either one of the villains until he beat both the Joker and theScarecrow. Beowulf had the same in mind, but with Grendel only who was known for beingmalicious and undefeatable to nearly everyone. Of course the hero always wins, so Beowulf andBatman came out on top in each of their battles.Once the goal is achieved, the hero can go back to living their normal life. Batman was aman of two lives, one he could show to the public and one he had to hide to keep him and hisloved ones safe. He learned to balance one with the other, so he did not have to worry aboutwhat Batman had to do when he was Bruce Wayne; for the most part.
Either way both of these Superheroes have super powers and no matter if they wake up with them or come to them during the day they change who they are. For years the American culture gravitated towards super heroes like Superman, Green Lantern,
For doing what Brutus was honored for.” In this quote it Booth clearly states that in his mind during the shooting he thought he was acting as if he were Brutus in “Julius Cesar”. Booth thought his act of violence would get him honored just as Brutus was. Obviously some psychological disorder was present that he couldn’t distinguish real life from the play. Another quote which is influential towards logos is what the killer “allegedly” stated after the Aura shooting “I am the Joker” before opening fire.” This conveys the same state of mind Booth was in when he shot Lincoln. He believed he was in the Batman movie and was playing the Joker.
They also have an amazing skill component of supernatural abilities which enhance their civilian identities. Superman, Wonder Woman, Hulk, Spiderman, are all perfect examples of the best superheros. Although not all superheros live an undercover lifestyle when they are not saving the world, having two separate identities is a common theme among superheros. For example, Superman, a fictional hero who appears in DC comic books and movies, goes by the name Clark Kent. Clark Kent was raised in Smallville, Kansas by an average human family.
After a long drive he was being chased by a police officer for speeding Jose didn’t want to stop so he kept on going. The chase was ended by a deadly car crash when Jose hit a tour bus going to Santa Fe. In the accident there were only three people pronounced dead at the site Jose Rodriguez, the driver of the bus, and Carmen Rodriguez. Maria received a phone call form Carmen’s husband stating, “Maria did Carmen arrive safe to your house because on the news there was a report about an accident a bus going to Santa Fe and a car with a drunken man.” “Well mijo Carmen has not
of [a] new kind of comic book ... a first phase of development, the transition of the superhero from fantasy to literature. " He elaborates by noting that "Alan Moore's realism ... performs a kenosis towards comic book history ... [which] does not ennoble and empower his characters ... Rather, it sends a wave of disruption back through superhero history ... devalue[ing] one of the basic superhero conventions by placing his masked crime fighters in a realistic world".  First and foremost, "Moore's exploration of the [often sexual] motives for costumed crimefighting sheds a disturbing light on past superhero stories, and forces the reader to reevaluate—to revision—every superhero in terms of Moore's kenosis—his emptying out of the tradition. " Klock relates the title to the quote by Juvenal to highlight the problem of controlling those who hold power and quoted repeatedly within the work itself.  The deconstructive nature of Watchmen is, Klock notes, played out on the page also as, "[l]ike Alan Moore's kenosis, [Veidt] must destroy, then reconstruct, in order to build 'a unity which would survive