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#4 - girlygurrrlfemale
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Batman sucks, as a girl and a feminist I don't consider suitable material for civilized people
Batman sucks, as a girl and a feminist I don't consider suitable material for civilized people
#115 to #4 - hairydickfarts
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holy **** just please go die
#118 to #4 - beerterror
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#135 to #4 - anon
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As a feminist, your word means nothing. Go get raped like you know you want to.
#10 to #4 - joeyisheres
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#17 to #4 - anon
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how do feed troll guiz?
#54 to #4 - anon
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I don't understand why fj don't ignore this trollbait so easily
#71 to #4 - downtoabsolutezero **User deleted account**
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#116 to #4 - moustachefingers
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Water cow, remove self from ballistics hatch. Admiral will be furious.
#15 to #4 - Mortuus
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I believe you've struck every nerve FunnyJunk has to offer.

Congratulations.
#160 to #4 - stanleys
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#172 to #160 - cannibalhannibal
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your comment need more thumbs
#29 to #4 - sausageskin
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*******...You! You where that little ****** pretending to be a girl posting this same ******* gif last month with another account, i wish you the worst of genital warts ******
#33 to #4 - cutiepyro
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#103 to #4 - powerfapping
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#92 to #4 - missrainbowdash
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Batman sucks, as a girl and a feminist and brony and bleiber I don't consider suitable material for civilized people
#93 to #92 - missrainbowdash
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(07/12/2013) [-]
also black
#74 to #4 - applescryatnight
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oh. i see you've returned
didn't you have enough last time?
#34 to #4 - volleys
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There are more dislikes on your comment than there are likes on this whole comment section.
#28 to #4 - deathstare
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You want equality for females, yet you deny epileptics the pleasure of viewing comments?
#11 to #4 - monkeybrains ONLINE
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#12 to #4 - ellwood
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well, you're stupid
#152 to #4 - dieinvain
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#5 to #4 - gibssowas
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I am sorry and I hope this is the first and the last time I have to use this but...

BACK TO THE KITCHEN!!!
#147 to #4 - satnaam
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**satnaam rolls 181**

ima go hit my wife for a bit.

you wish i was joking.
#7 to #4 - yunablade
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Fishing for red thumbs huh?
Fishing for red thumbs huh?
#18 to #7 - hellomynameisgodsy ONLINE
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(07/12/2013) [-]
More like trawling.
#36 to #18 - irevolutions
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your comment is genius
#37 to #36 - hellomynameisgodsy ONLINE
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Thank you!
#81 to #7 - ogvind
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Fishing? With what, dynamite?
#163 to #7 - mirmulnir
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Seeing as she's a Feminist, she's probably going to take the ********* of red thumbs as rape.
#129 - dreadedfate
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#164 to #129 - meatymanbearpig
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this was ******* great....
this was ******* great....
#8 - crazyllamax ONLINE
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#55 - patrickmiller
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#70 to #55 - shmochra
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Source pls
#86 to #55 - spankcakes
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They test asses...
#1 - youxbarstard
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Let's be honest though, they would make a great team.
#108 - pbeldin
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#110 - sirhyde
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Gotta love Batman, Even without super powers he's one of the Best superheros.
Gotta love Batman, Even without super powers he's one of the Best superheros.
#113 to #110 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
he does have a power, money
#114 to #110 - zamka
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Guess what I'm gonna do.
#119 to #114 - sirhyde
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take this Gif? Good to see you again btw
take this Gif? Good to see you again btw
#132 to #110 - guiguito
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money is a super power
#87 - misterbatman
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Let's settle this: Cap from the movies would beat Batman from the movies; Cap from the comics would have his ass handed to him by the comic Batman.
#101 to #87 - powerfapping
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I'd definitely agree with that. Batman's physical abilities were seriously downplayed by the Dark Knight Trilogy.
#124 - ryuryu
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Only Batman related thing I got.
#125 - Cambro
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Captain America has limited super strength and super speed while also being an expert technician, while Batman is only an excellent technician. But Batman is also a genius and has more gadgets than Cap could ever hope to counter. Stripped down, man on man, Captain America wins. But such a confrontation would never happen. Batman's whole premise is defeating his foes without engaging in face to face combat without him already having the advantage (thus all the stealth and hiding in shadows).

Sort of related cool Batman fanart.
#176 to #125 - simplelife
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Tactician**
#182 to #125 - cantbelieveimhere
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It's definitely a toss up - cap has plenty of power to out-due Batman, however, Batman also has a way to trump all superheroes, and would probably figure it out before he went into combat with him. It would all come down to the battlefield, each character's background on the other, and what arsenals they had. Of course, there is also the chance that halfway through the battle they stop for some reason be it other superheroes breaking it up or a greater evil that can only be stopped by joining forces. I compliment your comparison abilities as many people won't weigh the characters based on all of their fields - weapons, powers, battle preferences, etcetera. You have presented a perspective that doesn't weigh the fight on preference, and I give you props for it. have a thumb!
#138 - onenightstand
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(07/13/2013) [-]
to be honest. they are both ******* awesome.
#144 to #138 - aleeyam
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#142 to #138 - chocolatepuppy
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no
#149 to #138 - lilmoka
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They are both pretty cool.
They are both pretty cool.
#78 - llamafinger
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Im pretty sure Captain America would **** Batman up, but it would be a crazy fight. Its just a matter of hand to hand combat and Captain Americas weakness is.....well none. Batman has less strength and ass his gadgets would come up short against his impenetrable shield
#82 to #78 - anon
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captain america has no martial arts skills or gadgets like batman tho.
#89 to #82 - lateday
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Maybe not the Cinematic version, but he has them in the comics.
#90 to #89 - lateday
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The martial arts knowledge..
#83 to #78 - kiezash
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Batman would have a back up plan for captain America, he has one for everyone. I'm sure he would find a way to beat him.
#85 to #83 - mvtjets
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Yea, that worked out nicely with Bane, didn't it?
#84 to #83 - kazumamikura
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He didn't have one for when Wolvie beat the **** out of him in the JLA/Avengers crossover!
He didn't have one for when Wolvie beat the **** out of him in the JLA/Avengers crossover!
#133 to #84 - DarkDragonBlade
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You mean the fan voted crossover? The one where Batman beat the Hulk? ... lol
#88 to #78 - thraza ONLINE
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doesnt batman have some sort of bat grapple? if so then he would have mobility
#126 - metajunky
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Pretty sure Cap can kick Bats' ass, even with prep
Pretty sure Cap can kick Bats' ass, even with prep
#139 to #126 - articulate
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I don't think so.
#143 to #126 - chocolatepuppy
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hahaha...you wish....
#137 to #126 - anon
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except you're just plain wrong
#146 to #126 - slootyslooot
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I completely agree with you.I have always loved Marvel more then DC, but I like both a lot.
I completely agree with you.I have always loved Marvel more then DC, but I like both a lot.
#159 - Sockopolis
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Wait, who would win? Captain America or Batman?

We like to think Batman, but he is just a normal guy who trained himself and wears expensive armors, while Cap. America is literally the perfect human physically and mentally. This will bother me all night.
#167 to #159 - joshuamckane
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"normal guy"

rofl.

billionaire detective player Ninja martial artist of all time, who can,with time take down any enemy,adopted the darkness and doesnt afraid of anything,infact took his fears and develolped them into his superhero persona.
#181 to #159 - rymes
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took this from batman.wikia.com/wiki/Batman_(BruceWayne) and marvel.wikia.com/Captain_America_(StevenRogers)

Batman: Peak Human Strength: He can break steel chains and cuffs, support a ceiling that weighed over 1000lbs, bent steel metal bars with his hands. Batman even punched a SWAT officer through a brick wall. He utilizes his strength/power so effectively, that a near-meta such as Deathstroke comments that Batman "hits harder than most beings with superhuman strength." During his exercise regimes, Batman regularly bench-presses at least 1000Ibs.

Captain America: Peak Human Strength: Rogers' physical strength is enhanced to the very peak of human potential. As a result, he is as physically strong as a human being can be without being classified as superhuman.[55] Captain America had been seen bench pressing 501 kg (1,200 lbs) which is consistent with his strength level, as benching is easier than military press lifting. He can snap steel handcuffs and chains, and is capable of breaking through wooden walls and steel doors with a single kick.

so yer, they're pretty equal...
but i would still count on Batman winning - even though it does say that CA is an expert martial artist, i would count on Batman being the more experty-expert...
#186 to #181 - rymes
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oh, and as for mentally:

Batman: Genius Intellect: (Batman's IQ is possibly well over 200) Batman is a brilliant, virtually peerless, detective, strategist, scientist, tactician, and commander; he is widely regarded as one of the keenest analytical minds on the planet. Given his lack of superpowers, he often uses cunning and planning to outwit his foes, rather than simply "out-fighting" them.
Polymath: He has studied Biology, Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Mythology, Geography, & History. Gained degrees in Criminal Science, Forensics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Engineering by the time he was 21. He has mastered Diverse Environmental Training, Security Systems, and illusion/sleight of hand by the time he was 23. He gained even more degrees in Biology, Physics, Advanced Chemistry, and Technology by the time he was 25. He has learned Forensic, Medical Sciences, Expanded Computer and Engineering Sciences, and Expanded Device Pool use of personal powered armor and system, database creation on underworld crime bosses, rogue's gallery foes and other supers; improved material sciences for body armor and micro-machinery by the time he was 26. Has also learned Advanced New Development in Forensic and Medical Sciences.
(there's more, but i didn't want to put TOO much...)

Captain America: Peak Human Mental Process: His mental performance has been greatly enhanced, allowing his mind to operate in the most efficient and rapid manner possible. One manifestation of this is his tactical genius; the ability to quickly process multiple information streams (e.g., threat assessment) and rapidly respond to changing tactical situations. Rogers also possesses an eidetic memory, meaning that he never forgets anything and has perfect recall. This enables him to remember any military tactic and apply it to any situation.

just found this at the bottom of the CA page "Batman once admitted that Captain America can beat him, although it would take a long time." - i'm calling BS though
#94 - RequieminMortis
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So since all the comments seem to be "Captain America vs. Batman", I'm just going to weigh in.

Given enough time to study his opponent, analyze their strengths and weaknesses, and come up with a plan, there are very few people in the DC or Marvel universes Batman could not defeat. His greatest strengths are not his physical abilities or his gadgets, but his intelligence, creativity and ability to think on his feet, and they've allowed him to defeat opponents who have knocked around superpowered heroes like Superman like play toys.

So in a straight-up fight, Captain America would defeat Batman, but if Batman has time to prepare and plan, he'd defeat Captain America.
#96 to #94 - thrashtilldeath
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Aren't they both the peak of human physiology in their respected universes with combat training? I don't know as much about Marvel as I do about DC.
#99 to #96 - RequieminMortis
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Batman's the peak of human physiology without any sort of augmentation. Captain America was given a super-soldier serum that makes him stronger, faster and more durable than ordinary humans (though not quite to superhuman levels).
#102 to #99 - thrashtilldeath
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Ah. Then in a straight up brawl, Cap wins.
#104 to #102 - thrashtilldeath
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I wasn't sure if the super-serum made him the perfect human or if it pushed him to near super human levels
#109 to #104 - anon
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Beyond superhuman. I'd give Captain a 60% chance on beating Batman in hand-to-hand, maybe 70%, but you should never count out Batman, and either way neither of them would fight the other as they'd make one of the best Superhero tag teams ever.
#111 to #109 - thrashtilldeath
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I think somebody posted part of a comic earlier in the comments where they actually did fight.
#98 to #94 - anon
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Because Batman is the only hero who has intelligence... Spiderman, Hulk, Ironman, Antman, etc are all just idiots right?
#106 to #98 - RequieminMortis
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That's not at all what I was saying, and I have no idea how you took that from what I said. There are other highly intelligent, highly creative superheroes in both universes (Iron Man is a great example), but the examples you provided all have physical advantages over Batman; Spider-Man has superhuman agility and strength, Iron Man has a suit of advanced power armor, Hulk is a humanoid weapon of mass destruction (and is generally depicted as being a mindless brute full of rage), and Antman......shrinks? (I know nothing about Antman) They all may be as intelligent as Batman, but they have superpowers or advanced technology, and that's where the bulk of their fighting prowess comes from. Batman has none of that; he has to rely entirely on wit to defeat opponents when his physical prowess and gadgets won't do, and he uses that wit to great effect. He goes into battle with contingencies for his contingencies, and that's why he usually comes out on top. It's why his greatest opponents, like Bane, Ra's al-Ghul, even the Joker (in his own demented way), tend to be just as intelligent and creative as him; the enemies who can match his wits are the ones who pose the greatest threat to him, not the ones who can mindlessly pulp him with a single punch.
#100 to #94 - powerfapping
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I'd say that even in a straight up, impromptu fight, Batman would win. You're right that Batman's best weapon is his intelligence, but I think you're underestimating his physical abilities. In the DC Universe, it's made clear that Batman has achieved human physical perfection; that includes near superhuman strength and reflexes. Partnered with a mastery of more than 7 martial arts, I bet Batman could avoid Captain America long enough to think up a plan, even if Captain had the element of surprise.
#107 to #100 - RequieminMortis
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In a straight-up fist fight, Captain America would be more likely to win; Bruce Wayne is the pinnacle of human perfection, but Steve Rogers has been augmented beyond normal human limitations.

Not that Batman can't defeat Cap in a bout of fisticuffs, but I just see Cap being more likely to win.
#117 to #107 - powerfapping
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I realize that Captain America is augmented to superhuman abilities. But even Deathstroke, a near-meta, said that Batman hits harder than most superhuman beings.

This would be one of the most epic fights ever. Considering it would be nearly all hand to hand combat since both heroes are pretty much just humans but with insane physical limits.
#13 - grpeephole
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I dont think Batman has thought in a war against nazis or Aliens in the movies

Captain america :2

Batman: 0
#21 to #13 - ehzio ONLINE
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Batman has fought Nazi's

and in the Justice League Watchtower, everyone fought Aliens.


You didn't do any research did you?
#27 to #13 - nyangiraffe
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You think the movies are good ways to judge Batman? I am assuming you never watched the animated movies.
#130 - gardenmanly
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wouldn't it go something like:

Batman is here: lets arrest him

I don't read many comics so my knowledge is of course quite limited on the subject matter, so please correct me if I am wrong, but I thought that because batman dishes out his own badass vigilante justice, the cops don't actually like him. He is gothams dark knight
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#165 to #134 - gardenmanly
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oh...

I'm sorry
#91 - sirfisticuffs
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#16 - anon
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I hate batman so much... he's not even a real super hero. There's nothing super about him. He's just a hero. He's basically a smart ninja... are ninjas super heroes? No. Batman should not be part of the justice league. He's a ******* glorified detective. He has no super powers. He's not super human. He's a regular ninja. Call him a hero, but not a SUPER hero.
#30 to #16 - ladygrantham
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I kind of agree. In the justice league they dumb down every super hero to their basic elements. Wonder woman, Superman, and the flash aren't smart or intuitive. They can't think on their feet, they are just strong and fast and arguably a lot weaker for some reason. Batman is just the smart one who shows up whenever there is a science problem or they can't find someone. And he seems over-glorified because because he is over-glorified as the human element. Despite all the other heros in the league except two were raised on Earth. Doesn't make a lot of sense, but hey that's comic books for ya.
#57 to #30 - anon
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Superman is actually smarter than Batman. He can read entire libraries in a manner of minutes. Anything Batman knows Superman can learn in seconds. And about the science thing, superman is still superior. He has Krytonian technology and knowledge which is far more advanced than any of batman's gadgets. In one issue he even used his x-ray vision and looked at one of batman's gadgets and said "I can see many ways to improve this" but he didn't want to say anything to batman in fear of hurting his feelings or offending him.
#72 to #57 - ladygrantham
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Yeah, superman is infinitely smarter than batman. Too bad it's rare that they capitalize on that.
#79 to #72 - anon
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Exactly. Thank you, at least someone knows about comics and aren't just stupid Batman fan boys shouting "HE'S THE GODDAMN BATMANNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!"
#80 to #79 - ladygrantham
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#40 to #30 - kwanzalord
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looks like you have no idea what you're talking about
#58 to #40 - anon
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How so?
#60 to #58 - kwanzalord
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I'll explain once you're not anonymous
#62 to #60 - anon
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Who I am isn't what's important, it's what i'm saying. Listen to my message, my identity does not matter, i'm no one important
#63 to #62 - kwanzalord
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#19 to #16 - anon
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But then you could say the exact same thing about iron man?
#42 to #19 - kwanzalord
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okay, no one here said Iron man sucks.
In fact, I like him second to Black Panther of the Avengers. Both having no super powers.
When did Iron man come into this discussion?
#22 to #19 - anon
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... and? This post is about Batman, not Ironman, stay of topic please. We're talkign about Batman. I don't really like Iron man either but that's not what we're talking about. I don't hate him as much as Batman though. I despise Batman.
#20 to #16 - anon
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but then you could say the exact same thing about iron man?
#26 to #16 - manwithmanynames ONLINE
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That makes him better than these other heros if u think about it, there is more risk to him. That is why I don't think Superman is a true hero, he has no risk. Even though he has a weakness, kryptonite isn't something everybody had, so he had no risk.
#31 to #26 - hylebus
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Not really, he's vulnerable to magic. And sufficiently powerful beings can just punch him till he dies, like Doomsday.
#35 to #31 - manwithmanynames ONLINE
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I've never heard of that, I've always read that his only weakness is kryptonite.
#41 to #35 - kwanzalord
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Well, obviously you don't know much about the DC world.
magic is another weakness of superman.
You should look into fights between black Adam and super man,
#43 to #41 - manwithmanynames ONLINE
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Okay, I'm sorry. Forget what I said
#61 to #26 - anon
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No it doesn't. That makes him much weaker because he's so vulnerable. He's a hero though, no one is saying he isn't, there's no denying that, he's just not a SUPER hero.
#39 to #16 - kwanzalord
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says anonymous
#45 to #16 - twitchissexy
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Batman earned his position as a superhero by being extremely intelligent(unlike you're argument), and an expert at hand-to-hand combat. He even recognized Superman could one day become out of control and took measures right away to have the upper hand on him. Every skill batsy has he worked hard to earn. Superheroes don't have to be mutated or genetically different, they just have to have a desire to use their abilities(whatever they are) to do good. The point of Batman's character was to show even a regular man can do amazing things. If you feel that way about Batman, what about green arrow? Or even villains, like Joker and Harley Quinn? Two-face? Val? Cassandra Cain? Dick Grayson? Tim Drake?
#95 to #45 - zoidz
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But didn't Dick Grayson become Nightwing?
#53 to #45 - anon
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You can't insult my intelligence and then misuse your... but i'm not a grammar nazi so I wont make a big deal out of it. But the thing is you're wrong, that's not what a superhero is.
Superhero - any of various comic-strip characters with superhuman abilities or magical powers, wearing a distinctive costume, and fighting against evil.
And those people you listed aren't super either, but we're talking about Batman here so try to stay on topic please.
#68 to #53 - twitchissexy
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You are saying Batman can't be a superhero because of him only being human, but I'm merely pointing out, you can't have one without the other. Green Arrow is considered a superhero yet only human, but it seems unfair you are only calling out Batman for his "flaw" of being human. Superhero typically means yes they have to have SUPER powers, but it can also mean any exceptionally skillful or successful person. And as you said they also have to be wearing a costume fighting crime. I would consider Batman an exceptionally skillful and successful, considering in more than one comic line he bested Superman. If Batman is in question so are the other names is what I am saying because they are just humans like Batman, yet in the comics. Furthermore I wasn't insulting you're intelligence as a whole, only the argument you started with.
#77 to #68 - anon
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I do not consider green arrow a superhero either. I'm calling out Batman right now because this post is about Batman, if it was about Green arrow i'd say the same thing. No it can not, what you described is a hero and I completely agree, Batman is a hero. Don't even get me started on those ******** Batman vs Superman fights... They are extremely stacked in Batman's favor every ******* time. In a fair 1 v 1 fight, no gimmicks, fair fight, Superman wins 10x out of 10.
#49 to #16 - laelaps
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1/10 copy pasta. Batman exceeds the basic skills and abilities of all humans therefore he is super. Superhero
#52 to #49 - anon
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Why are you giving me a grade? I'm not trolling... and it being posted a lot doesn't make it any less true.
Superhero - any of various comic-strip characters with superhuman abilities or magical powers, wearing a distinctive costume, and fighting against evil.
Now let's look up what it means to be superhuman.
Superhuman - above or beyond what is human

No matter how much Batman trains, he will always be human. He is above average, but still human.
#64 to #52 - laelaps
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Let's just break down what you just said.

Superhero - any of various comic-strip characters with superhuman abilities or magical powers, wearing a distinctive costume, and fighting against evil.
Superhuman - above or beyond what is human
He is above average [human]

So he has superhuman abilities, he wears a distinctive costumes, and fights against evil. Looks like he checks out as a superhero. Also, he is not just above the average human in his ability, but is the best human in those abilities. Saying "but still human" makes 0 sense, because tons of humans are superheros (the flash, green lantern).
#75 to #64 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
No he is not above human, he is above average. He is still and always will be human. He can work out all he wants, he can not break through that barrier though. There's nothing he can do. He does not have superhuman abilities. The flash, perfect example actually. He has SUPERHUMAN speed. No matter how much Jusain Bolt for example trains he can not surpass the Flash. The Flash has superhuman abilities, Batman does not.
#121 to #16 - zorororonoa
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Well bitching on here isn't going to make DC end Batman
#127 to #121 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
My hopes is just to get people to stop sucking his ******* dick all the damn time.
#24 to #16 - nadastress
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I think you miss the point of Batman. He's human, no superpowers, he's supposed to be like anyone of us can be him. Actually that makes him even more of a superhero.
Being human and can hang or even outdo the members of the justice league. That's ******* awesome in my book.


Faggot (sorry I really don't why I typed that down, but it felt like a good ending.)
#65 to #24 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
No it doesn't.
Superhero - any of various comic-strip characters with superhuman abilities or magical powers, wearing a distinctive costume, and fighting against evil.
Hero - a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities.

Batman is a hero, there is no denying that, but he is not a SUPER hero.
#112 - AngryRedMidget
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Everyone talks about how batman/cap would turn out, but what they fail to recognize is that Captain America has one of the strongest powers known to superheroes.

Plot Armour

Seriously he should have died the first time he set foot onto a battlefield. At least Batman rarely fights in an open space, while Cap regularly takes on groups of baddies in a field (or wide street).