The Dark Knight What is Batman Strength level?

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I know Batman is no where near spiderman's strength level but what would you say his strength level is and what is the most heaviest thing he have ever lifted comic book/cartoon/movie wise?
 
Well, he's supposedly in peak physical condition, so I'd wager he can bench 250-300.
 
Orko Is King said:
Well, he's supposedly in peak physical condition, so I'd wager he can bench 250-300.

Benching 300 is too weak... I mean, I weigh 165 and can bench maybe 200-ish, for now...

i mean, the guy in Annapolis needs to bench 400 for Luke Cage...
 
The suit was said to make him stronger right so that means with the suit on he can bench 500+.
 
^^ The suit does not enhance strength.
 
explode7 said:
I know Batman is no where near spiderman's strength level but what would you say his strength level is and what is the most heaviest thing he have ever lifted comic book/cartoon/movie wise?

It depends, do you mean with or without prep time?? :)
 
i read somewhere that Batman can bench press 700 pounds. it was on the DC website with all their superhero stats, etc.
 
boyscouT said:
i read somewhere that Batman can bench press 700 pounds. it was on the DC website with all their superhero stats, etc.

I'm not sure exactly, but it's way more than 300. Somewhere around 700 sounds right, maybe a little less.
 
Mister J said:
I'm not sure exactly, but it's way more than 300. Somewhere around 700 sounds right, maybe a little less.

im confident its 700 pounds.

like someone else said, they can bench ~200 @ 165. im 150 and i can bench ~190.

there are a few NFL players who can bench 500-600 pounds, and one that benched 700 pounds. think about it, NFL players aren't even in tip-top shape. they are brute mass / muscle.

Batman is in tip top shape, nearly all muscle.
 
found this:
Vital Statistics of Batman

  • Name: Bruce Wayne
  • Occupation: Philanthropist, crime fighter, scientist
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 210 lbs.
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Hair: Black
    • Intelligence Level: Extraordinary Genius
    • Strength Level: Peak human
    • Endurance Level: Peak human (enhanced by body armor)
    • Speed Level: Peak human
    • Agility Level: Peak human
    • Stamina Level: Peak human
    • Reflexes Level: Peak human
  • Special Abilities: Aside from the abilities listed above, Batman is master of many forms of armed and unarmed combat, and probably the creator of his own style of fighting based on his vast experience and training. Batman is extremely knowledgeable of science both theoretical and applied.
  • Special Weapons and Paraphernalia: Too numerous too list. Essentially, Batman can obtain and use expertly any weapon or technological advancement.
at: http://www.webenglish.com.tw/encyclopedia/en/wikipedia/b/ba/batman_1.html
 
boyscouT said:
im confident its 700 pounds.

like someone else said, they can bench ~200 @ 165. im 150 and i can bench ~190.

there are a few NFL players who can bench 500-600 pounds, and one that benched 700 pounds. think about it, NFL players aren't even in tip-top shape. they are brute mass / muscle.

Batman is in tip top shape, nearly all muscle.

I was agreeing with you as much as I could without actually having something to verify it by. His condition has always been 'near or at physical perfection', it's just hard to quantify that. I remember something along the lines of 700, but that was before DC's website re-organized their character info listings to mere copies of what's in the DC Encyclopedia. If you say you saw it at 700, I can't say you didn't. I just wished stuff like that was more readily accessible.
 
Mister J said:
I was agreeing with you as much as I could without actually having something to verify it by. His condition has always been 'near or at physical perfection', it's just hard to quantify that. I remember something along the lines of 700, but that was before DC's website re-organized their character info listings to mere copies of what's in the DC Encyclopedia. If you say you saw it at 700, I can't say you didn't. I just wished stuff like that was more readily accessible.

ohhh yea i know i was just talkin to the other posters who still weren't sure. thanks for the support

i found some more info
 
boyscouT said:
WHAT!!??

hmmm... has spidey shown this strength in the movies yet?

*tries to think of some examples*

Not even close. The most impressive things he's done strength-wise were holding the trolley at the end of SM1 and keeping that steel girder from crushing MJ in Doc Ock's lab in SM2 (and maybe stopping the train, but that was inertia and resistance as opposed to brute strength).

I hate the fact that he's depowered like that. I mean, 10 tons is a lot of damn weight. They've yet to fully show his strength.
 
Mister J said:
Not even close. The most impressive things he's done strength-wise were holding the trolley at the end of SM1 and keeping that steel girder from crushing MJ in Doc Ock's lab in SM2 (and maybe stopping the train, but that was inertia and resistance as opposed to brute strength).

I hate the fact that he's depowered like that. I mean, 10 tons is a lot of damn weight. They've yet to fully show his strength.

that trolley probably weighed... hmmm 15 kids + 1 adult ~ 2000 pounds... then add the trolley which would be... another ton?

wtf... 10 tons? stan lee messed up there, lol.
i can't even fathom something that would weigh that much.
 

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