A punk is a social deviant who may or may not choose to vent his cultural frustrations with violence or vandalism. A punk who chooses free but peaceful forms of self-expression may opt for the boisterous entertainment genre of punk rock music.

A knight is a government defender who praises the ornamentation of heritage and tradition in his soldier's pledge to uphold leadership and civil order. A knight may or may not choose to work as a mercenary.

Punks have been portrayed in Hollywood (USA) movies as have been knights, because both represent sophistication anxieties and comparing the two yields insights into the socially contrasting qualities between heroism and free will, a comparison that is certainly important philosophically in the avatar world of the strength-idealized uncanny X-Men.

Do the artistic differences between punks and knights illuminate the entertaining spiritual value of the Catholic Hollywood (USA) movie "Exorcist II: The Heretic" (1977)?

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!