Waz thikin' bout' dis and I wazs like who win?
typ dis in ur statuz if eryday u thik bout' dis and cry. ;( </3
But seriously... Both have no super powers... They are rich as fuark and intelligent like the power of 10 Einsteins.
So, who win?
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Thread: Batman vs Ironman... WHO WINS?
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silly question, as you may already know batman kept files on his pc of all the justice league members weaknesses so he knows how to take them down incase they turn evil.
pretty sure ironman would be considered a threat and also in that computer database.
anyway long story short his computer got broken into and his ideas used to stop all the other members of the team... which worked
green lantern, flash, wonderwoman, superman all helpless
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In the JLA graphic novel "Tower of Babel", Ra's Al Gul steals information from Batman's computer that contained all the weaknesses of each JLA member and ways to exploit them. For example, The Green Lantern was rendered blind using a post hypnotic suggestion, Plastic Man was frozen and then cracked into a thousand pieces and Superman was exposed to the unstable isotope "Red" Kyrptonite, which caused him great pain without killing him.
Batman later admitted that he only had the information in place as a contingency plan incase any of the JLA turned bad and needed to be stopped.
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found this online :
Batman: As Bruce Wayne, Batman owns Wayne Enterprises. Wayne Enterprises is a major private technology firm that makes billions in profits. Did I mention that Bruce Wayne has a butler?
Ironman: As Tony Stark, Ironman owns Stark Enterprises. Stark Enterprises makes weapons and sells them to people. Starks Enterprise is a struggling company that is public. He doesn’t even have a butler.
Winner: Batman. Tony Stark is the shareholders’ bitch. Bruce Wayne answers to no one. Batman is like Goolge. Ironman is like Lycos or AltaVista. In fact, Wayne Enterprises could buy Starks Enterprises without even causing a dent in Bruce Wayne’s pocket.
Batman: as a child, Bruce Wayne watches his parents gunned down in a hail of bullets by a madman. In front of him!! Filled with rage and anger, he turns to bats and learns martial arts. He then proceeds to kick everybody’s ass! Good or Evil, he doesn’t care. Batman will kick your ass!
Ironman: Tony starks is a nerd that inherits his dad’s company. While in a warzone, He gets himself captured by the enemy and is almost killed. He then builds a suit to help him kick the ass of his captors. And he doesn’t even build the suit by himself….
Winner: Batman! rage and anger turning a human into a bat is too cool to ignore.
Batman: You name it, batman has invented it. He’s got hundreds of Batsuits and Batmobiles. Hell, he even has his own Iron Batsuit which is probably better than Ironman’s. Plus he’s got a kickass utility belt.
Ironman: As Iron Man, Tony Stark possesses a powered armor that gives him superhuman strength and durability, flight, and an array of weapons. Stark has developed several specialized Ironman suits for space travel, deep-sea diving, stealth and other situations.
Winner: Batman. He’s got the utility belt..
Batman: Bruce Wayne is a billionaire playboy. Evry girl wants to be with him and every guy wants to be him.
Ironman: Tony Stark is an alcoholic.
Winner: Bruce Wayne. He could steal your girlfriend. And you wouldn’t even be mad. You would be so happy that Bruce Wayne chose your girlfriend.
Batman: Unlike the other superheroes, Batman uses his intellect, detective skills, science and technology to defeat his enemies. Rather than simply outfighting his opponents, Batman often uses cunning and planning to outwit them. Batman is physically at the peak of human ability in dozens of areas, notably martial arts, acrobatics, strength, and escape artistry. Intellectually, he is just as peerless.
Ironman: Ironman is a walking tank that pulverizes everything in his path.
Winner: Batman. Alhough a walking tank is really cool, being the peak of human ability is better…
Batman: He’s got a friggin Bat on his chest!
Ironman: He’s got a friggin laser cannon on his chest.
Winner: They are both winners. We should combine both costumes to form a bat-shaped laser cannon.
Other Cool Factors:
Batman: He’s got the Bat-signal. When the cops need help, they call Batman
Ironman: There is no Iron-signal
Winner: Batman and the Bat-signal.
Batman: Bruce Wayne's personal wealth is estimated at $6.8 billion, thanks to Wayne Corp. and a sizeable inheritance.
Iron Man: Tony Stark's wealth, meanwhile, is a comparably paltry $3 billion, almost entirely from Stark Industries.
Verdict: Both numbers come courtesy of Forbes magazine and were determined by pulling random numbers out of thin air. Both combatants are obscenely wealthy and can buy and sell anything they want. Neither faces any limitation.
Batman: Spurred to be a crime-fighter after witnessing his parents' death, Bruce Wayne is motivated by guilt and hatred to clean up the streets of Gotham.
Iron Man: Tony Stark becomes Iron Man after being captured and held as a prisoner of war. A true hero, he selflessly and altruistically decides to better mankind through his technology.
Verdict: As for behavioral modification, any Psych 101 student could tell you that positive reinforcement just doesn't come close to negative reinforcement in terms of knowledge, duration and strength. Iron Man might eventually take pity on you, but Batman will always hate you. In a battle of wills, that counts for something.
Batman: Genius-level intellect, called the world's greatest detective by his enemy Ra's al Ghul.
Iron Man: Genius-level intellect, called the world's greatest "futurist" by fellow superhero Reed Richards.
Verdict: Both are highly capable thinkers, but IQ is a relative measure, not an absolute one. So how do they stack up to their peers? Batman is universally hailed as the smartest man in D.C. Comics, with Lex Luthor his only real competition. Iron Man, by contrast, is at least the fifth or sixth smartest character in the Marvel universe, with Richards, Victor Von Doom, Bruce Banner and Hank Pym all believed to be more intelligent.
Batman: The perfect human specimen, Batman has spent years training himself into peak physical condition. He is proficient in all forms of fighting and a master of martial arts.
Iron Man: Stark's strength comes from his superpower armor, which houses the world's best weapons systems. In addition, the suit grants him preternatural strength and endurance and enables him to fly.
Verdict: In hand-to-hand combat, it's no contest. Stark's armor is so powerful, it might very well swing the entire contest in his favor.
Edge: Iron Man
Iron Man: Jim Rhodes, the superhuman War Machine, who wears a suit of armor that has powers darn close to the one worn by Stark. Stark is also an integral part of the Avengers, and can therefore call upon just about every Marvel hero, from the Fantastic Four to the god Thor.
Batman: Dick Grayson, a prepubescent boy in tights. Most of the rest of the Justice League wouldn't spit on him if he were on fire.
Verdict: If our heroes need to call in some support, Stark wins in a landslide.
Edge: Iron Man
Iron Man: Stark has been known to hit the bottle every once in a while, making him vulnerable at best and unavailable at worst.
Batman: Due to his upbringing and strict moral code, Wayne is unable to trust people and, oftentimes, isn't able to see any good in them at all.
Verdict: Batman's biggest weakness may turn out to be his greatest strength. Because he was unable to trust the Justice League, for instance, he kept dossiers on all the members, learning their secret identities and weaknesses should he ever need to take them down. He investigated Superman. Do we think he wouldn't also have a file on that goody-goody Tony Stark? Stark's weakness, meanwhile, just makes him incorrigible.
Iron Man: In the recent comic miniseries "World War Hulk," Stark took on and was utterly embarrassed by the big green guy. For good measure, the Hulk even destroyed Stark Tower.
Batman: Batman has beaten Superman.
Verdict: Batman beat the Man of Steel. 'Nuff said.
In close combat, and with no preparation, Iron Man would make mince meat out of the Dark Knight with his superior strength. But Batman knows this and would not only then know Stark's weaknesses, but would have a contingency plan to take him down. This plan would probably involve overtaking Stark's armor, making him Batman's slave.
One-on-one, it's not really close: Batman in a landslide.
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Batman. All he has to do is kill Tony Stark when he's piss drunk. Plus, it's not like batman doesn't have his own techo-suit things. He's built custom **** for pretty much everyone he's faced.Lifts:
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