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    Appeal of Batman Versus Superman

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    Deserves More Respect." Entertainment Why Superman Deserves More Respect Comments. TIME Magazine, 21 Feb. 2013. Web. 20 Dec. 2013. Orr, Christopher. "The Atlantic." The Atlantic. The Atlantic, 14 June 2013. Web. 20 Dec. 2013. "Superman | DC Comics." DC Comics. DC Comics, n.d. Web. 08 Jan. 2014. Wenzel, John. "The Many Faces of the Dark Knight." Denver Post. 21 Oct 2012: E1. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 17 Dec 2013.

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    then any other comic book character. Her ever changing figure comes from the the root of society, cultural, and economic circumstances of the time period but she has always held her position of being an Inspiration to women young and old. Wonder Woman made her first debut during the great depression in the sunday “funnies.” Which was three years after the dawn of the superheroes. Wonder Woman proved popular enough to get her published spot in Detective Comics, also know as DC Comics. To Marston (a

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    Watchmen, directed by Zack Snyder

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    Scott McCloud says in Understanding Comics that “clothes…can trigger numerous transformations in the way others see us and in the way we see ourselves” (McCloud 38). The same could arguably be said about superheroes in costumes. When superheroes don their costumes, they take on the identity of another person to fight crime. When they return from a hard night’s work, they take off their costumes and revert back to their normal selves. However, which identity is their normal self: the civilian or

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    Superman V. Batman: Who is Greater? The most well known Superheroes from the DC universe are probably Batman and Superman. Many times, hardcore DC comic book fans dispute over who the better superhero is. Many like Batman for his gadgets and others for his looks, while others like Superman for his powers and abilities. I would personally say that Superman is the more capable and better Superhero. The main factor that tells me that Superman is a better Superhero is that fact that he actually has

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    After they stopped making The Dark Knight movies, everyone wondered if DC Comics would ever create another Batman movie. When Warner Bros announced that they were going to make a Batman vs Superman, directed by Zack Snyder, I was super hype because I know that Zack Snyder produced other high recognized Superman movies. Everyone was talking about how Batman vs Superman was going to be the movie of the year. People had high expectations for the movie and thought it was going to be just as good as The

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    there were anxieties regarding censorship within graphic novels. As a consequence, in 1954, the Comics Magazine Association of America produced the Comics Code Authority, which adopted values from both the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers of 1948, and the 1930 Hollywood Production Code. The code was originally made for the protection of young and impressionable readers from the many issues within comic books, such as violence, illicit sexuality, and homosexuality.

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    Morally Outstanding Man (of Steel)

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    Almost everyone knows or has at the very least heard the name Superman. In the DC Comics universe, he, along with many others such as Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern and Aquaman are all members of The Justice League. The Justice League is an elite group of superheroes banded together in the pursuit of bringing peace to Earth and justice to those who attempt to wreak havoc upon the planet, may the threat be “terrestrial, extraterrestrial, inter-dimensional or supernatural

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    Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel Watchmen is unconventional in the comic book genre, because it was the first to veer away from the simplistic plot of superheroes with superpowers in a fictional world and lean more towards a complex narrative of multiple characters that are more “human than super” in a realistic setting (Moore, “Mindscape”). The authors cover the dark issues of rape, war, and violence in Watchmen’s world where the characters’ lives soon end in their own demise. The most

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    The Dark Knight Rises online slot game provides players with an intense sense of DC Comic’s superhero power. With character representations from one of the trio of box office success motion pictures, players will be fascinated by the realism of the imagery, as well as the incentive of big winners. Online slot enthusiasts can now enjoy the fun and excitement of online slots, all while playing the part of a super hero. Hero vs. Villain Microgaming is one of the oldest and most respected game developers

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    better. Batman usually goes alone and has been in this industry in a three story episodes. Superman is usually tried to make everything outstanding so that he can be able to capture human attention. Works Cited David Hughes (2003). "Batman". Comic Book Movies. Batman Begins goes to the source". The Kansas City Star. June 25, 2004. Brian Linder (2002-07-09). "Batman vs. Superman in '04". IGN. Retrieved 2008-02-04.

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