The third thesis states a monster questions our system of defining things. A great example of this occurs in the scene where the Joker threatens to blow up a hospital. At the beginning of this scene the Joker’s voice is on live television, and he states that if the reporter is not killed in 60 minutes he will blow up a hospital. This leads the town to mass chaos, because the police are protecting this reporter and civilians are trying to kill him. No one ends up killing this man so the Joker blows up a hospital, but luckily all of the hospitals have been evacuated.
The title of this episode is “Mac is a Serial Killer”. 10:00 a.m. on a Thursday, the gang is sitting around in the bar when Frank reads about a serial killer who has been killing young attractive blondes. Dee gets worried because she says she fits the description, however Dennis and Charlie tell her she has nothing to worry about, upsetting Dee. Mac enters and everyone is suspicious of him when they accuse him of not coming home the night before and they notice scratches on his neck. Frank is sure that Mac is the serial killer and declares that he is going to torture Mac.
Athletic people are forced to have their bodies weighed down, beautiful people are forced to cover up and smart people have their thoughts interrupted periodically with large blasts of noise. The title character is a “superman” who is so exceptional that he cannot be properly handicapped by the government. He is jailed, but escapes and attempts to interrupt a government television broadcast before being shot dead in a comical fashion. The entire narrative of the story unfolds around Harrison’s parents, who watch the story unfold via their television set. Welcome to the Monkey House portrays a future where over population is a major problem.
The Joker has no care for anyone else but himself and looks down on his henchmen. For example when the Joker has his balloons stolen by Batman he without warning kills Bob, his right hand man, who had saved his live several times before. This type of relationship can also be seen in Jekyll and Hyde where due to Hyde’s mistreatment of his maid sees her almost
As Cyrus’ family searches for him he comes running out and jumps from the tier and kills himself. Two of the gang members start to collect money and set half of a row on fire, anybody who had water used the last of the last of it to put it out. One of the gang members starts a fight a preacher and almost cracks his skull open. The next day Katrina finally stops, but that didn’t mean they were free to go. All of the people who were in the Superdome had to go into a barricaded fence area where the conditions were just as bad.
At a young age, he fell into a cavern swarming with bats. This incident not only brought on his fear of bats, it also made him fill totally insecure in his own world; a world which should feel totally safe at that age. His fear and insecurities only escalated after he watched a mugger shoot his parents in cold blood. It was at his parents’ graveside that he vowed an oath to punish all criminals and to make the world a safe place for everyone. Batman, the hero, was made.
The doctors are baffled. Hamilton thinks his ALS treatments are the answer. House thinks they need to take John Henry off the dozen drugs they are giving him in order to restart the dosage one by one to see which is having the effect. If not, the toxicity of the useless drugs could kill
Soldiers who Robin talks to one day are kidnapped and When some people in an ambulance try to kill Robin and his comrades, Robin realizes he can no longer relax anywhere. Another time he sees an officer from his company killed by an IED set off from a cell phone. Pulling that man from the remains of his vehicle haunts Robin’s thoughts for a long time afterwards. At one hospital, Robin is forced to act quickly to save a female Captain. With each new experience, he feels he has become a different
While the groom is looking for the creature, he gets to Elizabeth, the bride, leaving her “lifeless and inanimate”. When looking upon the crime scene, Victor sees the murderer: “A grin was on the face of the monster; he seemed to jeer, as with his fiendish finder he pointed to the corpse of my wife” (Shelley 174). This evil act is directly caused by the creator’s rash decision to destroy the female and ruin his monster’s life once again. Many people agree that it is “Victor’s inability to see the monster’s own value and not his concern for the world that leads him to leave his “Adam” without a mate. This, of course, drives the monster to kill again” (Lunsford 175).
However, they heard noise not too far from where they were. The noise was from a party that had nothing to do with the attack. Hank immediately thought it was the rival neighborhood and attacked the people at the gathering. In the midst of the fighting, a young man named Jose Diaz was stabbed and beaten (Zoot Suit Riots). He was rushed to the Los Angeles General Hospital, but did not survive.