QUOTE (JonnyBlaze @ Jun 2 2009, 03:45 AM)
Dude,you think Batman would be able to beat Hulk's ass??Batman doesn't even have special powers and is a ordinary guy..The fact he is a ordinary guy makes me like him a lot more but he has never fought someone like Hulk..
Did any of you see a old comic about Superman vs. Muhammad Ali in boxing??Superman had his super human strength taken away(location) from him but he still had his size and everything else and Ali beat him..I took a class in college called Sociology of super heros and my teacher had the comic and let me read it..It was really dope..Superman gave Ali mad props at the end of the fight..
beat Hulk's ass. Batman's super-power is his mind. He identifies his opponent's weakness and exploits it. JLA: Tower of Babel
is a perfect example of this. Batman's contingency plan for dealing with rogue members of the JLA is put into effect, and as a result, we see Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and others taken down, and taken down hard.
The Batman featured in the pages of comic-book lore is the consumate x-factor, the puny human who constantly stands among gods, defying all and bowing to none. If knowledge is power, then the Dark Knight is, as I said before, the undisputed champion.
Comic book Batman > Every other comic book hero
Batman film franchise > Every other comic book film franchise
P.S. My argument thus far has been made without even bring up Batman's Rogues Gallery, which is greater by far than any other comic book heroes today. The Joker, The Penguin, Two Face, The Riddler, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Bane, Hush, The Mad Hatter, Man-Bat, Clayface, etc...
Yeah. That just brought out the nerd in me.