|Posted: 14 September 2018 at 1:08pm | IP Logged | 5
We need to build a super computer that can objectively collate the data and give us an answer...
We do have one, Vegas. What would the Vegas odds be?
Odds on, Superman Should have beaten Batman. Does anyone want to dispute that? But in that book, he didn't so now everyone wants to change the odds based on the outcome. Can't do that.
Odds are (probaly) that Spiderman would beat Batman. We become two kids arguing in the backyard.
Batman has a utility belt. Spiderman webs it closed.
Batman has anti-web stuff. Peter changes the formula the night before.
Batman sets a trap. Spidey sense avoids it.
Spiderman webs Batman, Batman's cape is treated special.
Spidey has highground, Batman chooses location, lures Spidey there.
Spidey is strong and agile, Bats makes a sonic gun that disrupts the axons and neurons..
As far as Rogues go, I'd say they follow the DC and Marvel paradigm.
The DC rogues are (somewhat) better written, but the Marvel rogues look better. There's something there, overall that translates across all their sensibilities.
It's like Marvel does young better but DC does immersion better.