Batman vs Superman. . INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US SEEKS TO FINALLY ANSWER THAT AGE OLD QUESTION: WHO WOULD WIN IN A FIGHT - BATMAN OR SUPERMAN'.' C BUT WE ALL KNOW Batman vs Superman INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US SEEKS TO FINALLY ANSWER THAT AGE OLD QUESTION: WHO WOULD WIN IN A FIGHT - BATMAN OR SUPERMAN' ' C BUT WE ALL KNOW
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #22 - whiplasher
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Didn't Batman beat the whole Justice League?
User avatar #58 to #22 - kabasta
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I bet Deadpool could beat both of them.
User avatar #81 to #58 - whiplasher
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Because Deadpool is so overpowered it's not even fun anymore. Superman has kryptonite, what does Deadpool have? In my opinion, his powers and his goofiness make him annoying. I tried to read his comics but I just can't like him.

Although I'm a DC fanboy and that might influence my opinion.
#72 to #22 - anon id: bbe43e40
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no but he did stomp bronze league
User avatar #28 to #22 - larsravn
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Yup he did, made profiles on all of them on how they all could get killed.
User avatar #34 to #28 - itemexchange
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and they asked how they would beat him assuming he went bad and he said hte entire justice league maybe
User avatar #29 to #28 - whiplasher
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Mind telling me the source? I enjoy reading Batman comics, and I'd like to read that certain one.
User avatar #30 to #29 - larsravn
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I dont read the comics but its from the Justice League movie called Doom.

Its pretty good.
User avatar #31 to #30 - whiplasher
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Oh, nice. Apparently, the comic is called JLA: Tower of Babel. The movie was an adaptation.

Probably gonna read the comics, since I enjoy reading comics more (god I sound like a ******* hipster).
User avatar #37 to #31 - Chazola
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Actually, if you could find a direct link for my lifeless, lazy body to click and read up on it, I would greatly appreciate that.
Thanks beforehand, I'll thumb up your comments.
User avatar #40 to #37 - whiplasher
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Here, mate

You need to login to view this link

You can't read them online (at least not for free) but you can download them and read them using a cbr reader. I recommend Comic Rack, it's the best I ever used, and it also has an Android version, if you wanna read your comics on the go.
#95 to #40 - Chazola
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thanks man, I appreciate it!
User avatar #102 to #95 - whiplasher
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Not a problem, mate, not a problem.
User avatar #36 to #31 - scaratel
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you sound like someone who likes comics. Hipsters are deliberately anti-cultural to seem cool.
User avatar #41 to #36 - whiplasher
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Oh, thanks, mate. I'm no hardcore comic reader, but I enjoy some DC comics once in a while.
#8 - mikhailovych
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Read Dark Knight returns
inb4 superman fanboys: "it's not canon!" "It was written by Frank Miller he's such a batman fanboy"
There has still not been a single incidence in comic books where Superman has won although I think he actually does win at the end of Injustice, I don't know I haven't read it
User avatar #11 to #8 - toosexyforyou
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It's definitely the opposite. Batman fanboys are the ones going crazy about this. It's obvious that Superman would beat Batman and you quoting non-cannon comics just proves it,
#14 to #11 - quiescat
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it what sense thought. superman is basically the perfect boy scout morality wise ( no i dont know all the cannon its just the feel i get from the guy) . one of supermans biggest long running bad guys lex is basically ****** evil bat man. so in a world where some ones going to take out superman batman has a chance. i base this on the fact that superman is not a assassin, while he has the power to win the fight easy he wont fight that way. when it comes to batman he is hardly evil but, killing a super being that he sees as to destructive to deal with is less of a stretch.

all that ignores the fact this fight should never happen, is retarded to even try and reason out due to massive power differences different iterations of both characters have across all the comics
User avatar #26 to #14 - angelusprimus
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Only chance Batman has is if Superman is trying not to hurt him.
If it was a fight to the death, and Superman actually was trying to kill Batman, Superman could just fry him with his eyes from the orbit.
#120 to #26 - quiescat
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that's my point thought superman is not the Lazer beam your face off from orbit guy. hes going to take the time to talk you down. the character that superman is changes every thing about how a fight would play out. but i guess i will repeat my spoiler from last comment this fight changes depending on the batman/superman you use as across the comics and shows they both have vastly changes how powerful they are and what weaknesses they realistically might have. that changes the debate from **** ya superman wins, to instead what stick are you even using to try measure this with
User avatar #12 to #8 - LEAVEMYINTERNETZ
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Batman had help from robin and green arrow. also, superman was obviously going easy on him, plus he was weakened from the god damn nuclear bomb.
#23 to #8 - anon id: 137393c3
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Superman kills Batman and Alfred gives superman a bloody nose.
User avatar #19 to #8 - herecomesjohnny
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that wasn't really a fight to the death

also didn't it have the old fart shoot a kryptonite arrow in superman for him?
User avatar #27 to #8 - ThunderChunderFrom
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That book was trash. Frank Miller tries to completely re-define and weaken who Superman is, to give him a disadvantage.
The president order's Superman to get rid of Batman because he is keeping Gotham City safe? Why the **** would he listen to him? What purpose does it serve to eliminate Batman when he isn't a threat? Superman isn't the mindless drone that Frank Miller makes him out to be. This probably isn't the best source to quote Supes, but it defines him pretty well- "You're scared of me because you can't control me. You don't, and you never will. But that doesn't mean I'm your enemy."- Superman, The Man Of Steel.

You can try to argue that Batman has gadgets. The Phantom Zone Projector pretty much trumps all of Batmans ****.
Bruce Wayne is a genius. You think Superman's a retard?

InB4 "You're a Superman fanboy". I actually prefer batman, but the reality is Superman would beat Batman 9 out of 10 times. He's an Alien with super strength, super speed, super hearing.... super everything, hence the name "Superman".

TLDR? Go **** yourself with that ******** book, and your ******** "facts".
User avatar #24 to #8 - angelusprimus
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I did read Dark Knight returns.
Superman was on less then fraction of his power. Sun was blocked. Batman was in a power armor, robin attacked superman with a tank to distract him, and in the end it was Green Arrow that shot superman with gas kryptonite, to give batman about 10 seconds of beating on Superman before he collapsed.
Batman was going all out, Superman was trying not to hurt him.

And if we are going to be talking from authority of writers:
In Grant Morrison's JLA run Batman has said that if Superman really decided to go all out on them, JLA together would have about one in ten chance of stopping him.
User avatar #18 to #8 - angelious
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ẁell actually in canon comics superman has beaten batman about 9 times while batman has beaten superman twice.


and yeah dark knight returns not only ****** up supermans character is not canon


also it was green arrow that took superman down....
#10 to #8 - sirbadass
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User avatar #53 to #10 - TheGodamnBatman
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Whats your name on Comicvine if you use it?
#15 to #10 - mikhailovych
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So a random blogger follows your point of view and disregards the fact that in the Dark Knight Returns Batman FAKES the heart attack, he was not trying to kill superman he was trying to disappear
This makes you totally right
#17 to #15 - sirbadass
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Everything in that post was factually true.

You, on the other hand, said "There has not been a single incidence in comic books where Superman has won" when it's actually very close to the opposite.

And whether Batman was faking in TDKR is irrelevant because it doesn't change the outcome of the fight. Either way, Batman did not beat Superman.
#64 to #17 - dangosevenonethree
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"I didn't have to go easy on you...I want you to remember that...I want you to remember the one man who beat you"
--Batman
Dark Knight Returns

He totally did beat Superman.
User avatar #88 to #64 - ThunderChunderFrom
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Bad writing and character presentation to favour one over the other.
User avatar #47 - DiabloStrawhat
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In a battle between Batman and Superman, there are two possible outcomes.

1. Batman Wins
2. Superman loses

Both outcomes are equally likely.
#50 to #47 - jawmayo
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In a battle between Batman and Superman, there are two possible outcomes.

1. Batman Wins
2. Superman loses

Outcome one is more likely because superman gave Batman a kryptonite ring incase Superman was ever exposed to red kryptonite.
User avatar #52 to #50 - DiabloStrawhat
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Adding different colored kryptonite was the dumbest thing to ever happen in a DC comic.
#56 to #52 - dedaluminus
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Really? That was the dumbest thing to happen in DC comics? Not Matter-Eater Lad or Arm Fall Off Boy? Or the Hemo-Goblin, whose supervillain power was that he had AIDS and gave it to heroes by biting them? Or when they renamed Captain Marvel to Shazam! because of the possibility that they might get confused for a Marvel character?
User avatar #110 to #56 - DiabloStrawhat
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T be honest, I made this claim knowing it to be false, because I wanted other people to share their knowledge of dumb superhero stuff. Thanks for contributing!
#54 to #52 - jawmayo
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There's actually a pink kryptonite that turns him gay, just thought i'd say. :p
User avatar #1 - demigodofmadness
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And then Superman goes into an underground bunker for a week and is fine.
#20 to #1 - xchocolatethunderx
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Superman needs the sun for his powers and to heal. Underground bunker = lack of sun.
User avatar #32 to #20 - demigodofmadness
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>Superman survives in the bunker for a week not healing
>Returns
>Heals
#82 to #32 - xchocolatethunderx
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He's already exposed so he's weakened and melting, which means he can't use his superspeed to get to a bunker in time and is going to die within the next few minutes. He started melting within a minute of being exposed so I doubt he can make it much longer. You're a typical Superman fanboy who thinks he's the almighty superhero who can do and survive anything.
User avatar #117 to #82 - demigodofmadness
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Actually I'm not a superman fanboy, clearly my lack of knowledge of what's going on should show that.
#2 to #1 - sirhyden
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He's already started to melt you ******* retard.
User avatar #13 to #2 - gustaviaable
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And Superman don't die instantly

He die if he's exposed to it long enough
User avatar #3 to #2 - demigodofmadness
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He's not going to die before he can get somewhere safe you dumbass.
#9 to #3 - commit
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See, I can't speak for Superman here, but when I have my head already partially melted after a very short period of time, I don't usually feel my best. I don't think I personally would be able to reach safety from solar radiation within the approximately 2 seconds before part of a vital organ melted.
User avatar #33 to #9 - demigodofmadness
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Counter-argument, it would take 8 minutes before the radioactive light would reach Earth. That gives him 8 minutes before he even feels the effects of the kryptonite.

I don't know if Superman knows this, but if I know something will kill me I try to get away from it at all costs, regardless of if it seems futile.
User avatar #65 to #33 - legitlolz
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Alfred takes his sweet time delivering the note. By the time superman finishes reading it, the radiation is shown to have already reached him. Thereby negating his super powers, and slowly killing him.
User avatar #4 to #3 - sirhyden
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Bollocks!
User avatar #5 to #4 - demigodofmadness
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It appears I have been beaten in this debate.
User avatar #6 to #5 - sirhyden
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Quite....
#16 - whatwhen
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**whatwhen rolled a random image posted in comment #5 at My Hero ** superman isnt that hard to defeat if u have kryptonite lol
why do people make such a big deal that batman beat superman
#21 to #16 - deemetaldragon
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**deemetaldragon rolled a random image posted in comment #38 at Here. Have some creepy dead animals. **just because Superman can get a little OP at times
User avatar #25 to #16 - skeptical
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All that muscle isn't for show
Even without his powers he'd probably be strong as Bane
User avatar #59 to #16 - IamSofaKingdom
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Superman, in canon, is now basically a god. He is called Superman Prime or something like that. The comic books do whatever they want and Superman is a character that can do whatever he wants so they just go ape **** with him and make us accept it.
User avatar #113 to #59 - whatwhen
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hes so much overpowered, but he has 1 weakness and writers think its totally ok
User avatar #35 to #16 - slugnugget
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lol no. Superman is extremely hard to beat even with kyptonite.
User avatar #114 to #35 - whatwhen
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i dont know about that.. wherever i have seen him fighting someone having kryptonite he becomes completely useless and the only thing villain lacks is a ******* gun
User avatar #116 to #114 - slugnugget
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he has become so strong in the comics that he flies around planets dodging big kryptonite asteroids and shrugging off kryptonite blasts
#63 - nextnextnextnext
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I don't particularily like this comic, because it implies Superman is an idiot and would do something rash after incinerating Batman in figure 1.

I know that Batman is a genious tactician and can 'buy' some 'powers' unaccessible to Superman, but the truth is that Superman premise (a near-immortal flying supersonic uber-mann who manipulates energy via his eyes and breath) is so silly that the writers need to dumb him down or make up even sillier Achilles heels for any crossover/matchup to be plausible.

I like the DC characters separately, but I can't bring myself to like DCU as a whole. Superman on his own terms is a quite cool concept - his backstory is classic and quite romantic, and he can be one to ask some philosophical questions like "to what extent can Superman use his powers?" etc. But not so much if thrown between a whole pantheon of other DC god-tier characters, where it all boils down to "would X beat Y in a man-o-mano".
User avatar #61 - mkchillin
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I'm a batman fanboy but I like Supes too and this argument shouldn't even exist. It's god vs a man in a costume. You can have all the Kryptonite and planning you want, you're still ****** by an invincible alien
#62 to #61 - xoyv
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User avatar #70 to #61 - romeosdistress
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An invincible alien with access to technology far beyond Batman's, and with far greater intelligence than him as well.
#46 - daemonico
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User avatar #45 - Whatwhat
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anyone got a site I can read Injustice on?
User avatar #55 to #45 - TheGodamnBatman
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#38 - pennydragon
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"So he used his vast fortune to scour the Earth and all nearby space of any fragments of Kryptonite and then somehow put it all in his body so that if kicked into the Sun it would do something to me?"

"Didn't Bruce know that Kryptonite has a low range of effect and the Sun is both so far away and so much more vast than all the Kryptonite (or even the entire Earth) that this wouldn't have any effect what so ever on me?"

"All he has done is take my one weakness and destroy every trace of it that he could find. Hurt me? He's helped me! This is the greatest gift anyone has ever given me. I'm even more sorry that he died.... sorry that I killed him... oh my friend... why? Why did it come down to this?"

"This is why you did it, didn't you? You gave me everything you could, so I'd see how much you cared. You knew I'd remember you forever, and you knew that without Kryptonite or you to hold me in check that I'd need to always remember and regret resorting so quickly to violence."
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