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  • Spiderman

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  • Batman

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    Where's Wolverine?

    But anyway like Saslou said i loved Spider Man in the third film when he temporarily turned Dark.
    He was awesome.
    But unfortunately he went back to being Mr.Sissy.

    Talking about Batman I like the guy.
    But the storyline is way too dark to be enjoyed.
    The action parts are too long.

    But we are not talking about the story lines.
    And we are not talking about the characters Bruce Wayne And Peter Packer.

    We are talking about Spiderman Vs Batman.
    Therefore my vote goes to Spiderman for obvious boyhood fantasy reasons.

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    I love batman, but i have to say spiderman. Especially the one from the 90's animated series

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    Spiderman is the best. He is actually a hero not only by saving people's lives and being super powerd but also because he actually over-comes regular obstacles and battles in life and in being a decent person. He doesn't get any rewards in life really- and he still does what is right.

    Batman doesn't have the luxury of developing the same kind of character that Spiderman does because of all his luxury. Batman is a cool character and all but when in comparison Spiderman steals the cake.

    Spiderman has more temptations to become a villian and or to abuse his powers. Batman is shielded from the world and already has everything he could want- he doesn't really lack- he has nothing to be temtped by really- good looks, confidence, recognition and status in the outside of hero-just regular guy world ,women, money etc.

    Also Spiderman is clumsy- thinks on his feet- has a witty personality. Batman tends to feel flat in personality and seems to be too machine like.

    Spiderman isn't perfect, has problems and more obstacles. He has more to defeat- therefore is more of a hero because he overcomes more foes- the foes trying to overcome the city- and the foes of normal everyday struggle and strife. He is a good guy and a hero in character and not just ability. He falls and gets up again- gets pushed down and gets up again- both as Peter Parker and Spiderman. He's pushed more and falls more then Batman- and therefore exercises his heroism more.
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    Normally I tend to hate on Batman because his only superpower seems to be that he's extraordinarily rich. There's nothing that sets him apart from others.

    However, in the case of Spiderman, Batman wins simply because Peter Parker is a whiny little child who really isn't deserving of his gifts. What a boring character.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Normally I tend to hate on Batman because his only superpower seems to be that he's extraordinarily rich. There's nothing that sets him apart from others.

    However, in the case of Spiderman, Batman wins simply because Peter Parker is a whiny little child who really isn't deserving of his gifts. What a boring character.
    But that's the beauty of Batman - he wasn't bitten by a bat which compels him to do weird shit and he doesn't have power to heal himself. He is mortal and he simply aids people because he has the means and the desire to do so. This is what makes him a true hero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Normally I tend to hate on Batman because his only superpower seems to be that he's extraordinarily rich. There's nothing that sets him apart from others.
    I remember how you hate Batman. What sets Batman apart is his skill and know how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    But that's the beauty of Batman - he wasn't bitten by a bat which compels him to do weird shit and he doesn't have power to heal himself. He is mortal and he simply aids people because he has the means and the desire to do so. This is what makes him a true hero.
    Agreed. Spiderman is just lucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I remember how you hate Batman. What sets Batman apart is his skill and know how.
    Which can be replicated by any Navy SEAL, SAS, or whatever Jason Bourne-esque character is available. What sets him apart is his money.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Which can be replicated by any Navy SEAL, SAS, or whatever Jason Bourne-esque character is available. What sets him apart is his money.
    Yeah, those guys are cool too *shrug*

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    If Silently Honest were an option, I would have voted for him.

    He pwns all Superheroes.
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