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    Life lessons from the character of Bruce Wayne

    Batman has been one of the most popular characters in the DC Universe and so are the people who voiced, played and created the character as well. The character has some really die-hard fans who try to take up the characters voice, merchandise and personality. The character has been played by many notable individuals including Adam West, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck, and many other talented individuals as well.

    Here we would deep dive inside things that makes Batman, Batman and how his life and personality traits can help us make our life better

    • Maybe less about how Batman makes our life better, more about how different actors such as West, Kilmer, Clooney, Keaton, Bale, and Affleck have presented him. – Joseph Cernik 5 years ago
    • I think looking at all of the general ways a character like Batman can serve as a role model would be a bit overwhelming because he is designed, like most superheroes, to serve as a role model in a wide-range of ways for targeted young readers and viewers, but I think it would be incredibly interesting to look into a few specific traits. Batman in particular has consistently been presented as a symbol of self-discipline as he improves himself physically and mentally after experiencing the trauma of loss. This isn't an overly original set of traits, but Batman's embodiment of them is unique in that his dedication to bettering himself and Gotham city is frequently questioned since it clearly takes a toll on his well-being when he allows it to consume himself. A closer analysis of one or two of these traits is something I would be very excited to read! – Aaron 5 years ago
    • Another very important personality trait is his overwhelming dedication to do the right thing in the face of powerful social opposition, a quality that ensured that Superman gave Batman a piece of Kryptonite to use against him if he ever went rogue. – Dr. Vishnu Unnithan 4 years ago

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    Latest Comments

    Batman or his origins have always been of my interest. The article you posted here caught my attention and got me a different perspective of the character.

    Why Has Batman's Origin Remained So Iconic?

    It is quite obvious that a movie or a season can never match the imaginative power that books bring to a reader. The same thing is there when you actually read books from the Harry Potter series as well.

    Harry Potter: Books vs. Movies

    Woah, this is some insight into one of my favorite movies you got there. I now think that it all makes sense to me. I so want to watch the trilogy again and would love to add these points while I analyze them again

    Blade and the Power of Liminal Privilege