“And they lived happily ever after” is the phrase we adored more than anything else in our childhood. It was one of the most satisfying moments of the author’s storytelling. No matter it was my grandma telling me my favorite fairytale, or me reading a stressful novel where protagonist (Hero/Heroine) is always under the bus and is being crushed by the antagonist (Villain) as the story moved forward. I was always excited and impatient for the end of unfortunate events happening with main characters that I adored whether it is Cinderella, Harry Potter or any other wonderful character. I just wanted to skim through the text and read for hours just to rush towards happy ending. Even today when I am watching Netflix seasons I repeat the same drill of binge watching seasons just too finally witness the magnificent climax that writer has intelligently anchored in the story. No Doubt, you can relate to this impulsive behavior of mine. But do you think that the concept of happy ending or lived happily ever after is relevant in the real life?
Legacy of Batman
Batman, real name Bruce Wayne, was a member of the affluent Gotham City Wayne family at birth. His parents, Thomas and Martha Wayne, were brutally murdered in front of him during a botched heist, which is when his life took a fatal turn. His lifelong quest to fight crime and pursue justice was inspired by this tragic experience.