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Poltargyst

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Urban Cowboy

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Subj: Isn't it pretty much the same for all heroes?
Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 at 07:57:33 pm EST (Viewed 83 times)
Reply Subj: Its not the size of the dog in the fight; its the size of the fight in the dog
Posted: Wed Jan 24, 2018 at 08:26:16 pm EST (Viewed 223 times)

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I recently saw that saying used in a youtube match-up where the speaker compared two marvel characters. In my opinion Batman as more fight (in this sense of the word) in him than Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, etc. In recent times Aquaman has come close.

But using Batman as a baseline, him being with him being 100, where would you put other DC or Marvel characters?


For example,

Batman: 100

Aquaman: 95

Nightwing: 90
Wonder Woman: 90

Superman: 75
(I'd have Captain America near here too.)

Cyborg: 70



How about the Flash, Thor, Iron Man, Black Panther, Spiderman, Hawkeye, X-Men, Fantastic Four, JSA, rest of JL, etc.?

This isn't who would win in a fight, or who has the most fighting skill, just who has most "fight" in them.



Aren't all heroes depicted as being willing to take on impossible odds? Don't they all suffer excruciating pain and loss? Aren't they all willing to sacrifice their very lives? It's not like you're going to see any hero run away in fear and leave innocents to die.


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