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Old 07-20-2006, 09:49 PM   #78
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Default Re: Justice League Vs Avengers

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I guess it comes down to a matter of opinion about who would defeat who, but you can't possibly argue the intellect or martial-arts skills of Captain America vs Batamn, it's just so one-sided. Bruce Wayne spent 12 years of his life mastering over 100 different martial-arts styles. That makes for an unpredictably overwhelming opponent in hand-to-hand combat.
Captain America spent several months in combat training, almost four years in combat as the government's top special operative in one of the largest wars in the history of the world, and has divided his time in the last ten or so years between coordinating atacks against giant monsters, alien dictators, and meglomaniacle terrorists with The Avengers and serving as one of the world's top special operatives against The Red Skull, Zemo, AIM, HYDRA, and other such threats with the U.S. government and S.H.E.I.L.D. Batman doesn't have an overwhelming advantage over Cap. Also, as I said, the number of styles you know doesn't make you a better fighter. It just means you're very anal retentive and like to waste training time.

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As far as smarts go, Batman is one of the most keen minds on the face of the planet.
Tactically and analytically, yes. As is Cap.

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This is a guy who could solve a crime committed in Cleveland with a q-tip from a cabinet in Honolulu.
Gross exageration.

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The whole super-genius bit is part of his character, bats are highly intelligent for their brain size and animal species. Only men like Reed Richards, Bruce Banner or Hank Pym are up in that class of genius. Cap isn't even in the same league.
Batman isn't in League with Reed either. At least, not in Reed's feild. And Reed isn't in League with Bruce in his feild. Reed is a scientist. Physics, inventing, those are his areas of expertese. Bruce belongs in the realm of tactical and analytical thinking. They're not comperable. Cap and Batman, however, are, seeing as how they're both highly inteligent tactical and analytical thinkers.

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