Originally Posted by TheFlamingCoco
I thought that Public Enemies was the fairer one of the two. Sure, they made Batman someone who could take down Bane and Grundy and who knows what at the top of a hat, but he spent much of the movie hiding or having to be rescued by Supes. That's how I think it should be done, imho.
Minus Batman taking superpowered people head on without a "game changing" gadget
I agree, Public Enemies was fairer in the sense that if one of the characters was in a rut, the other would help out. And they both had their own time to shine (which makes scenes like Metallo vs. Superman and the Superheroes vs. Superman and Batman that much more rewarding IMO). I don't hold the Bruce Timm's cartoon film to that level since it shows Batman off a lot more than Superman.