Even though they are human they both are very wise in decision making. Both of them are also protectors to their home town and are basically held responsible for things, in my opinion I believe everyone looks up to them in their stories. Their actions aren’t human like, for example Odysseus was the only one who was able to return home safely from his journey. And Batman in the end survived the huge explosion that Bane (the villain) had set up in the city of Gotham. In conclusion Odysseus and Batman are both epic heroes.
With this, he dominates Gotham City and was planning everything he could to do toxic to Gotham City by having hallucinogenic sprayed in the air and also in the city’s water supply as well. This however, did not suit so well with Batman for which he made it his obligation to fight against the evil crime(s) and overall corruption in Gotham City. Ra's al Ghul is part of the master mind in this horrific crime against Gotham City along with Dr. Crane and it is up to Batman to save his people and city. When confronting Ra's al Ghul on the train, Batman jams the controls and escapes leaving Ra's al Ghul to die. This is what makes Batman a hero.
He doesn’t has to go through as many difficulties as his father did. Though he has a lot of potential in him, yet have to go a long away to be as great as his father. Throughout the Odyssey the difference of bravery, strength and forgiveness between Odysseus and Telemachos separated them from each other. Firstly, we see the differences in their bravery when they were up against the suitors. Secondly, the difference of strength between them establishes when they try to string a bow.
They wanted to own their neighborhood since back then racism was a major issue , so there only option was to make illegal papers so they can proceed with their business on the streets. Nazario was known for his fake legal management that they use to hold down all their businesses. Although their money was coming from selling drugs, people didn’t mind because they were view to be good helpful men’s. Whenever there was a problem everyone came to Bodega for help. They knew that he had the power as well as the money to make them live
The attempts to sustain peace are different in more than one way, but also similar in comparison. Hamlet’s violence was out of nothing more than revenge for his father’s murder. Beowulf fought off many monsters in his time, rewarding himself with much respect and honor. He wasn’t fighting out of emotional resentment towards another for harming his family member such as Hamlet was. He was fighting for the good of his people.
During the events of Batman: Year One, Batman recalls all the things that work for being a great crime-fighter. After months of analyzing shipping data, Batman deduces the identity of the man at the top of the drug market in Gotham, a man named Berlanti. After breaking up a shipment and sending the police all the evidence they need to arrest and convict Berlanti, Batman feels on top of the world (Alfred notes that he is smiling for the first time in costume). Commenting to himself that Gotham seems "quiet" and more peaceful, Batman is confident and happy that his efforts to apply reason and logic to fighting crime have been so successful. As a personal reward, he (as Bruce Wayne) manages to get an art exhibit held over for an extra day so he
Jacquese Reed Diana Blackburn October 4, 2013 English 1020 Police: Good Guys or Monsters? While it is true that The Hulk has dominant power, police forces hold the same power and therefore we should consider viewing members of the police force as monsters. Police wear a badge that represents the people they serve, their communities, and the government. However, they are often seen as being brutal, bullies, hostile, having too much power, and being deceiving. Just like The Hulk, police “smash” things as well; but instead of smashing buildings they smash people.
Additionally, a hero must be able to make decisions benefitting the majority and not just themselves. However, Odysseus is not a hero because he is cowardly, disloyal, and self-centered. One reason that makes Odysseus not a hero is his cowardly actions. A true hero is recognized for their fearlessness and bravery in times of trouble; however, when Odysseus visits the underworld his true emotions are exposed. Seemingly
The Great Gatsby A hero can be defined as a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. In the novel The Great Gatsby the hero Nick Carraway may not fit the definition of a hero as he does not save a life or show extreme bravery though he is a decent, honest and honorable man who most closely resembles an average human being out of all of the other characters in the novel. This therefore qualifies him as the hero in the novel he is also adversely affected or change by most of the events of the plot. Unlike Nick both the Buchanans and Gatsby are a faced with the fault of death and even that does not change them, they try to hide it or blame others to protect themselves. All of the characters in The Great Gatsby start out with there own dreams and goals, well Gatsby and the Buchanan’s let nothing stand in the way of their dreams and goals, Nick adapts his dreams and goals as the plot unfolds which ensures he is always happy with his choices.
Whereas Superman is just a pea-brained boy-scout with huge muscles, Batman must rely on his brains and athletic skills alone. Unlike other detectives Batman is more hands-on with criminals. Down the road Batman was portrayed more and more as a vigilante which I don’t think does much justice to his character. He is law abiding. He relies on the law to lock away the victims even when his intelligence tells otherwise.