During the day, he is simply known as Anthony Edward ‘Tony’ Stark, technology and math genius as well as current owner of Stark Industries. When trouble is near, the armor suit parts and arc reactor in his chest instantly transform him into a legendary fighting machine. Keep your eyes out because he is one of the most wisest and well built superheroes in the world of Marvel, it’s Iron Man! Iron Man isn’t just all about the suit and flash though. He is capable of unleashing intense super powers that are able to aid him when needed.
Before Mr. Freeze started his evil persona, he was a scientist and has even brought the field of science into his schemes and persona as a villain. His most used and well known weapon , the freeze gun, was created by him along with many other weapons and his own exo suit that keeps him alive. Most of batman’s best villains are humans that don’t have any crazy superpowers like most supervillains, but they still remain to be some of the best because of how smart and clever they can
Turning to Gotham’s new ‘white knight’, District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart), Batman, along with incorruptible ally Lt. Gordon (Gary Oldman), attempts to eradicate organized crime for good. Maggie Gyllenhaal joins the star-studded cast as Rachel Dawes, showing a much softer side to her character than Katie Holmes. Heath Ledger takes up the role of the Joker, the main antagonist in this film. In his role, he played a side of the Joker never seen before – a psychotic, ruthless, sadistic killer who does not care for money, but wants to establish fear and anarchy into Gotham. His performance is outstanding, unlike anything ever seen.
Two men that once fought the same enemy, now face each other. Batman is no longer Batman, he is now just another bad guy for Superman to take care of. Bruce has totally lost it, he is cheating in multiple ways and doesn’t see how he is in the wrong. He says; “I want you to remember, Clark… in all the years to come… in your most private moments… I want you to remember my hand at your throat… I want you to remember…the one man who beat you…” (Miller 195.1-3). He no longer fights for justice, he fights for survival.
A force to be reckoned with, villains will find it fairly difficult to defeat his righteous will to defend the innocent and defeat anyone who dares to threaten justice. Subsequently after the super soldier serum was injected, instantly arose a hero who saved the lives of many during the Second World War. He’s known as Captain America, a remarkable and unique superhero unlike any other, with enhanced body muscles along with an unbreakable special shield combined with a tenacious belief to defend the helpless. While clashing with foes threatening justice, Captain America would always use his strength to save others precious to him by vanquishing his opponent. Upon his transformation, his body developed from a decrepit, fragile youth into a stronger, vigorous superhero, fulfilling his long awaited dream.
However, being Spider-Man has disadvantages: only Spider-Man could protect the New York citizens from the terrible enemies that threaten the New York City. With the appearance of Electro named Max Dillon, who is a main antagonist against Peter, Peter should encounter a foe that is more powerful than he is. Moreover, as his old friend Harry Osborn, who is a supporter of antagonist Max, comes back and Peter recognizes that all of his opponents have a common ground: Oscorp. In the end, Peter triumphed over the enemies and saved New York City, but Peter lost his girlfriend Gwen due to the final battle. Ending part was memorable and had me to think about heroic types of movies critically.
As the most outstanding superhero there is, Ant-Man is content with using his ant-controlling cybernetic helmet for one altruistic reason; to protect the... ... middle of paper ... ...erely hack at adversaries. Through technology and control, we can learn that the best weapon one could have is a versatile one, hence the cybernetic helmet. Ant-Man has shown humans of all ages that if you’re ever caught in a pinch, just know the greatest tool you have is yourself. Everyone has experienced a challenging dilemma at least once in their lifetime, with seemingly no solution. However, people of all ages have been influenced by Ant-Man experiences, learning that there is always at least one solution to a problem, if you haven't found it yet, its just that you haven't tried hard enough.
Bruce Wayne was a poor kid from a poor city. His family was killed and he decides to fight crime, similar to Spider Man. Only Batman, some how got extremely rich to own his own cave, custom Bat Mobile, and have some sweet gadgets. I don’t know a lot about Batman, but I know enough that money doesn’t grow on trees. Besides, even if he did get the money reasonably, there would be other flaws.
He knew what he would dedicate his life to and that was fighting crime in the city of Gotham. Even though Batman did not have any superpowers, he prevailed against his enemies by using his intellect, physical attributes, and very crafty weapons to end crime wearing his iconic bat symbol hiding his identity. Now Spider-Man, more commonly known as Peter Pan, was not born into to wealth but to a middle class household by Richard and May Parker, but while Peter was young his parents were killed in a car accident and a young Peter was sent to live with his Aunt May and Uncle Ben. After a couple of years, Peter was on a high school field trip to a laboratory and there Peter was bit by a radioactive spider. That was the beginning of the Spider-Man.
The most important aspect to any super-hero’s success is his or her dual identity. This is what makes every super-hero’s life more believable and yet more incredible at the same time. These same rules apply for super-villains. Without a doubt many super-hero’s and super-villains’ are entertaining to watch, but only one can beguile, compel and entertain as well as Venom, a nemesis of Spider-Man. Venom is the most captivating super-villain to follow due to his in-depth dual lives and his dual consciousnesses.