There was a lot of things that led to Macbeth's downfall. His greed for power was a good reason why, and his quality of being easily manipulated. But his real tragic flaw was his big head. He believed he was untouchable and didn't listen to the deeper meaning of the witches. And he was slayed by Macduff. One of my favorite anti-heroes is Batman. He lives in the corrupt society of Gotham where there is all types of evil going on and villains trying to corrupt society even more. But even though he helps fight off crime, the civilians in the society feel like he is making matters worse. But batman in the end always finds a way to overcome everything people say about him and keeps fighting against crime. So yes he is successful in accomplishing his mission.