Batman may not fight honorably like some other heroes, so his opponents cannot predict his actions easily, and this makes him a menacing character.
Assessing the situation and using the tools around him to gain advantage makes Batman a dangerous foe.
While intelligence and resourcefulness are key components to Batman, what makes him the most lethal is his willingness to bend the rules to win a fight.
The word hero is known to almost all people that know English including young children even some who English is not a first language. In addition, if one was told to give examples of a hero, the list could be big enough ranging from people we envy to those we feel or think they are heroes. However, if you would ask people to define the word, there are very few who would give the right meaning. Many people define a role model or person they think is a hero out of their occupations. As a kid, my heroes were movie stars that took the daring acts that no body else could do, as well as characters in stories that did what ordinary people could not do and people whom I envied probably because of what they are and what they do. However, a person does not become a hero because of their occupation or what they do that we envy. Rather, a hero in general terms is a person who takes a bold step or achievement that requires courage, bravery and a kind heart to do it, and normally done for others (Goins, 2012).
Well-developed intelligence makes Batman a threat to anyone.
Equally as important as Batman’s brain is the way he uses it, and Batman uses his keen intellect to be resourceful in all situations.
(Explain and give examples examples of what he does and why those actions make him resourceful).
In order to understand the definition of a hero, it is important to know what makes a hero. First, as mentioned above, heroes are not heroes out of their occupations, such as athletes, movie stars even although the character in the movie can be considered heroes, and people in occupations that we tend to find very important such as doctors. A doctor’s work is to save lives, thus, when they do this, it is what we expect of them. However, if this doctor saves a drowning child by swimming in a fast flowing river, he becomes a hero. In this case, he demonstrates an act of bravery, courage and a loving heart for the child that drove him to take the bold step. Therefore, a hero can be any person irrespective of occupations, who takes a bold step to do something for others, in most cases being acts of kindness but require courage and determination. Above all, heroes are heroes because of what they do for others. Therefore, a hero must have the willingness to sacrifice for the benefit of other people.
Snowden fled to Hong Kong when he knew publication of his leaks was imminent. In his interview, he said he went there because “they have a spirited commitment to free speech and the right of political dissent.” This may be true, in some limited way, but the overriding fact is that Hong Kong is part of China, which is, as Snowden knows, a stalwart adversary of the United States in intelligence matters. (Evan Osnos has .) Snowden is now at the mercy of the Chinese leaders who run Hong Kong. As a result, all of Snowden’s secrets may wind up in the hands of the Chinese government—which has no commitment at all to free speech or the right to political dissent. And that makes Snowden a hero?
What makes leak cases difficult is that some leaking—some interaction between reporters and sources who have access to classified information—is normal, even indispensable, in a society with a free press. It’s not easy to draw the line between those kinds of healthy encounters and the wholesale, reckless dumping of classified information by the likes of Snowden or Bradley Manning. Indeed, Snowden was so irresponsible in what he gave the Guardian and the Post that even these institutions thought some of it should not be disseminated to the public. The Post decided to publish that Snowden provided. Its exercise of judgment suggests the absence of Snowden’s.
And that winner would be Batman.
A thesis statement
tells your reader exactly what is coming up in your essay.
A good thesis template
(with the bridge at the end):
explain how someone might disagree with you
explain your point
Give the three main ideas that back your point up
perman is the most powerful man in the world,
tman is the most dangerous hero.
What happens when you put good people in evil places? This is one of the questions Israeli director Yoav Shamir asks himself with the documentary 10%: What Makes A Hero? After seeing a picture from the Nazi era, of a man standing with his arms down in the middle of a crowd giving the Nazi salute, Yoav becomes almost obsessed with the task of finding the recipe for heroism. He wants to discover that secret ingredient that distinguishes heroes from us ordinary people. The director sets out on a journey in all directions; visiting chimpanzees and apes in South Africa, archives in the USA, altruistic neurosurgeons, and reformed suicide bombers.
He is intelligent, resourceful, and willing to bend the rules.
for each of the main points you have.
stands for the order that you write down your ideas in a body paragraph for an essay.
First, you make a
TATEMENT (your answer to the question).
XPLAIN your statement in more detail (try to convince us your answer is sensible)
Then you give an E
AMPLE to prove your statement (show us that your answer came from something
you read or saw in the text)
Finally, you make a
to sum up your own opinion
on this topic
Batman is the most intelligent super-hero.
What happens when you put good people in evil places? This is one of the questions Israeli director Yoav Shamir asks himself with the documentary 10%: What Makes A Hero? After seeing a picture from the Nazi era, of a man standing with his arms down in the middle of a crowd giving the Nazi salute, Yoav becomes almost obsessed with the task of finding the recipe for heroism. He wants to discover that secret ingredient that distinguishes heroes from us ordinary people. The director sets out on a journey in all directions; visiting chimpanzees and apes in South Africa, archives in the USA, altruistic neurosurgeons, and reformed suicide bombers.Suitable for persons 15 years and olderYoav Shamir, born in Tel Aviv in 1970, is an Israeli documentary filmmaker. His documentaries Checkpoint (2003) and Defamation (2009) have won awards at several international film festivals. His involvement in the conflict between Israel and Palestine has garnered both acclaim and heavy criticism.
Heroes are people that take on a journey with many challenges but manage to overcome them achieve the intended goal. A hero goes through many difficulties in a journey that poses so many dangers of failure. Many people in such situations would give up and turn back. However, heroes persist on despite challenges and difficulties. Heroes are ordinary people in difficult situations that require courage and even raise fear in them. However, they manage to overcome their fear in order to persist on until they accomplish their mission. The difference between those who become heroes and those who do not is their courage to face difficult situations and never giving up until they accomplish their goal. Their courage allows them to persist on with any challenge that comes their way, despite standing a slight chance of wining. They take up the slim chance and manage to use it to their advantage until they achieve what they intend to achieve for others.