CONVERSATIONS ABOUT BATMAN TEN NIGHTS OF THE BEAST TALK
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by John Sorensen
1M ago
I’ve got more written articles on the way for this blog which have I taken an extended Bat Sabbatical from, and in my time away travelling the criminal world, have been doing various podcast style talks on youtube. There will be more Conversations about Batman this year with various guests, and I recommend checking out ..read more
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BAT-GENIUS Denny ‘O Neil The Best Batman Writer of All Time
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by John Sorensen
1M ago
Denny ‘O Neil named Optimus Prime and was the best Batman writer on the planet, those being the least of his achievements. Denny was a teacher, a journalist, a writer, an editor, he served in the Navy, and in interviews comes across as humble and kind. In comics he wrote stories based around real world ..read more
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BATMAN BASICS ARE BEST – ALWAYS SEEK OUT SIMPLICITY
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by John Sorensen
10M ago
In a world of ever increasing confusion, complication and complexity… Batman relies on key basics to keep him grounded and focused. Batman takes the complex and refines his unorthodox unique skill set down to the basics. To what is absolutely essential, reducing wasted effort at every step. “Little of what we spend our time on ..read more
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TOP 5 AUTHENTIC STRENGTHS OF THE BATMAN
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by John Sorensen
10M ago
How about a small, simple definition for strength? Ability. To be strong is to have ability. In life, in the gym, and in relationships. The ability to overcome the physical, emotional, or subjective obstacles that hinder our progress as human beings. That is strength – Todd Hargrove 1. STRENGTH OF THE BODY “The most effectual ..read more
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Inspiration of The Batman
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by John Sorensen
11M ago
Batman, also known as the Dark Knight, is a popular comic book hero who has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of people around the world. Beyond his extraordinary abilities and iconic suit, Batman embodies several inspirational qualities that make him a role model for people of all ages. First and foremost, Batman is ..read more
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Tom Hardman Hardy as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises
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by John Sorensen
1y ago
Of the three Christopher Nolan Batman films, I feel that The Dark Knight Rises is the weakest. The performances are good, the movie is spectacular in just about every way with meticulous production design, cinematography, an epic score and all the usual bells and whistles.  It’s got emotion, heart and pathos. Nolan pulls out all ..read more
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Beyond the Cowl: Exploring the Benefits of Pain with Batman as Your Guide
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by John Sorensen
1y ago
For Batman pain is an old friend. A constant reminder of his physical limitations. Pain is direct feedback from his immediate environment about what his body can and can not do. Batman has the presence of mind to be aware of pain, while not being overwhelmed by his physical pain sensations. The suffering that comes ..read more
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Revisiting Heath Ledger’s Iconic Joker: A Masterclass in Villainous Acting
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by John Sorensen
1y ago
When we see Heath Ledger’s Joker in Nolan’s Dark Knight film, it is NOT so much a performance, as Heath Ledger the kind hearted endearing man who is spoken of with great affection by friends and family… goes a-way, and the… Jo-kerr… well, he .. now what was it he did… oh yeah..now I remember ..read more
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From Deadpool to Dirty Harry Understanding Anti-Heroes in Fiction and Film
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by John Sorensen
1y ago
An antihero can mean one of a number of things. In Film an antihero is typically a flawed hero who tries to do good, but doesn’t really live up to the roles and expectations of a genuine Hero. Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) in Casablanca to some is an antihero, but to others he is a ..read more
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Batmans Scarecrow as Mythic Archetype – The Avatar of Fear
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by John Sorensen
1y ago
ORIGINS OF SCARECROW Jonathan Crane aka The Scarecrow first appeared in World’s Finest Comics #3 (1941). A psychology teacher who was shunned by his peers, dressed poorly and became obsessed with fear. Scarecrows first story had no fear toxin or elaborate plots. He simply dressed up as a Scarecrow to scare people for money. If ..read more
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