Batman Comic Hero


Batman is a famous comic book character that does not need any form of introducing words to be recognized. Just the name would suffice for the purpose. The character became so famous that it was adapted for movies as well. In the time when most of the superheroes were those that had super powers, Batman provided with a refreshing change. This superhero did not possess any powers. He could not fly. He could not jump off from one building to other with the help of webs. He could not turn into fire. He could not freeze his enemies. And yet he was a superhero. He was a simple boy who used his intelligence, and physical power to thwart those who did him wrong.


Batman was the secret identity of a millionaire Bruce Wayne, who as a child had been scared by witnessing the murders of his parents. Thus began his journey for revenge. He trained himself long and hard. He ensured that he came to a position wherein he would be able to defeat his enemies. Gotham is the city he resided in and in his pursuit of revenge; he did not forget the state of the city. He strives hard to ensure that his city was protected from all damages.


If you read the series keenly, you would learn that it teaches us quite a few things. It teaches us to rely on our own power. It teaches us that everyone has the tendency to be a superhero and come to the aide of others. It is your inner power that you need to bring out, your own intelligence that you need to put the best use to. Once you do so. You will be a superhero who would be able to come to aid to those around you. Batman wasn’t a man with superpowers. He was a man who used his simple powers to become a superhero.


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