Batman Vs Beowulf

There are many heroes in our world. Hero are often seen as mythological legends, endowed with great courage and strength, and celebrated for their bold exploits. Some may also say heroes are noted for their feat of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or scarified his or her life. Epic heroes, whether they are modern or ancient legends, are always classified with the same characteristics. They generally have the same mannerisms. Two epic heroes that are alike and in some way them are different in my opinion of Beowulf and Batman. They both are strong, intelligent, and worthy of being considered a hero.

One heroic quality shared by Batman and Beowulf is their ...

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on city streets and ultimately fights and destroys the Joker. These enemies do not pose a threat to Batman himself, but he fights them to save the people of Gotham City. Both Batman and Beowulf wear this heroic responsibility to fight evil.

They're totally different. Beowulf received rewards for his heroism, including wealth and being made a king. He was primarily interested in glory and in the original poem it was his pursuit of glory that eventually led to his death at the claws of the dragon. But Bat man Bruce Wayne is the opposite. He already has wealth and power, but he doesn't really care. His focus is on doing good deeds, for which he adopts an anonymous persona. He gets no glory or personal reward from his ...

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Added: 3/28/2011 07:39:02 AM
Submitted By: jerry123
Category: English
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