Superman is a super genius since when ?
well my contact with superman is mostly the cartoon shows, they really negleted that there then and still do.
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It looks weird to you, because it's not as commonly used in cinema compared to Karate, Muay Thai, Kung-Fu, Tae-Kwon-Do and Wu-Shu.
Which has nothing to do with anything. He made an attempt in "Peace On Earth".Originally Posted by spideybr
Local crime rates are down compared to when he made his public debut. The only major crime comes from his rogues gallery causing trouble or alien and demonic invasions.Did superman made metropolis a crime free heaven on earth ?
Which has what to do with what I'm talking about.Then your argument fails, superman is fast but can't be at two places at once.
The man has x-ray and infrared vision. He can see pretty damn well. Have you read a Superman comic?And generally he is pretty dumb, he just goes for the head and muscle it, but what if he cant see the head
Here's the difference between Superman and Batman....BATMAN ISN'T BULLETPROOF!!! Nor is he faster than a speeding bullet. The 60's series got away with tights because none of the villains every really used guns. And those that did conveniently forget to use it. Nor did they uses knives and swords only popped up in the movie. When Burton opted to have the rubber suits, it was because his film was going to have Batman get shot on more than one occasion. Hence it became body armor. The sculpted muscle was to retain the iconic look without forcing Keaton to bulk up to the nth degree. And the fact is that the armor looks more intimidating than tights.Originally Posted by Hwlights92
And lest we forget there are people that like Captain America's costume in his solo film over the Avengers film, because it looks more practical for fighting in war and against being shot up.
Is comic book Batman the guy who can defeat six White Martians or is he the guy who has a problem with the Penguin? Is he the master strategist of the JLA or the guy dumb enough to have his super spy satellite stolen away and takes a few issues to recognize one of his own really ill-conceived war games scenarios?
Well, obviously, he's both. Just like Superman can be both. That Superman is portrayed as inconsistent more often doesn't mean that Batman isn't portrayed as inconsistent often enough himself.
@mat, my point with the hunger is super man can do a lot of things, but he cant end problems on his own, so assuming he would cure gotham by just being there is a false assumption, and when i said he cant see the head i mean, find the head of a organization, i mean, he can deal with the thugs causing troubles but what is he going to do if he cant figure the master's ploting behind the shadows, something batman would. He would just treat the symptoms not the cause.
Watch the Avengers. It manages to give Widow and Hawkeye things to do even if they re in the same team as Thor, Hulk and Ironman.Here's the difference between Superman and Batman....BATMAN ISN'T BULLETPROOF!!! Nor is he faster than a speeding bullet.
I mean when my sister first saw the trailer she was like "riiiight... those arrows sure will defeat that alien armada" and when she saw the movie she loved it. Hawkeye and Widow were awesome in it.
The Avengers is an awful comparison. Black Widow and Hawkeye would probably have died within the first few minutes of the invasion. The movie wasn't so much about anything as it was fanservice.
The reason Nolan's Batman can't be in a JLA movie is Nolan's Batman eschews fanservice in favour of a philosophical, symbolically rich storyline. In an actual Batman comic, Batman would have defeated The Joker in Bruce's penthouse and saved Rachel Dawes and it would be over. Comparing the comics to the movie franchise is getting away from the point in the first place.
Why does it have to be the same? Why can't there be the comics and the movies, separately? You do realize that the movies have to be easily digestible by mass market, right? I absolutely love Batman in Final Crisis for instance, but I really doubt a large scale audience would appreciate, or even understand, the events of that storyline. Comics require continuity. Movies do not. You didn't have to have seen Iron Man, Thor, or Captain America to see The Avengers. And a Justice League movie without continuity would be basically Geoff Johns' JL comic. Which is awful.
Also I think it's important to point out that the heroes in The Avengers are not in fact, the actual Avengers? Where was Wasp or Ant-Man? Vision? They took the characters with the simplest origin stories to make the original movies. You could say they picked the most realistic heroes. Easily digestible movies to lead into The Avengers. Try doing that with a JLA movie.