George Ballas

George Ballas is an attorney in Philadelphia.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Power of Knightmares

Remove the fantastic superhero elements and the high-concept action scenes, and what is left with The Dark Knight Trilogy is a surprisingly complex exploration of the nature of war, justice, and authority in the postmodern era — an extended allegory of America and American leadership during the War on Terror....

The Power of Knightmares
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