Should Batman be considered as superhero compared to other member of Jus League?

@susana25 (341)
Philippines
December 31, 2006 3:55pm CST
No offense to Batman fans, but batman has no real superhero ability except his gadgets,fighting skills and being techi...
11 responses
• Pakistan
10 Feb 07
Well i do believe that he's a super hero coz he has sch a great intelligence and valour...
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@ammarqa (22)
• Pakistan
10 Feb 07
Well I believe he is a super-hero because he is I believe one of the most intellgent humans in DC World.
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@RocLite (131)
• United States
11 Jul 07
He's probably allowed more people to be harmed since he never kills the bad guy.
@gcmthiago (239)
• Brazil
29 Apr 07
A person doesn't need being able to be hero, Batman saved all until powerful Superman!
@chi0ng15 (46)
• Philippines
29 Apr 07
that's the more reason why he is considered as a superhero because he doesn't have powers like superman or wonderwoman but he keeps fighting for the good. he's got brawn, but especially he's got the brains. some other heroes just use their physical abilities to uppend the bad guys, but batman also uses his brains to catch bad guys.
@slavezero (835)
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
YES. in DC and in Marvel having a super power is not a requirement for you to become a "super hero". there are some characters that do not posses any super powers or mutant powers but they are considered as super heroes, some of them are punisher (just a weapon expert), iron man (ordinary bussiness man, his iron man armor provides him the strength and the ability to fly), daredevil (enhanced senses only and acrobatic and gymnastics skills) etc. batman saves a lot of people every night so i guess batman is already a hero, by the way batman is not a full time member of the justice league he just aids the team in any way that he can
• Philippines
22 Feb 07
Being a hero doesn't necessarily means that a person should have a superpower. If you analyze all the superheroes they all have one think in common. It's their heart. They all have compassion to protect and serve the greater good and willing to sacrifice their very own life. I think what's inside your heart that makes a hero becomes more than super.
@merkava (1225)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
When we think about superheroes we automatically assume super strength, flight, telepathic ability..etc. That's too stereotypical. It may make them unique but that doesn't mean they're the ones who have nothing to loose in a fight. What about the common man/woman? Do they risk less? Around almost half their members don't have super powers. The Archers, even Green Latern, his ring is his "gadget" and yet he's strong enough to contain superman. Steel, he has his armor and hammer. Vigilante, Huntress and Wildcat. The man with his automaton suit and his daughter the one with the magical staff. There are a lot more. Any advantage they have, they use. Batman is the legend amongst them because he's the only one who managed to beat all the Justice League members by himself. Most of the time he's the brains behind the operation. Not to mention the countless cross-over battles in the Marvel vs. DC comics. Batman has a no loss record. When you have an edge, you use it. The most powerful edge Batman has isn't his gadgets, it's his mind. He even scares Lex Luthor and the lady in charge of Cadmus when nobody could.
@raijin (10373)
• Philippines
2 Jan 07
I think batman is the closest to reality in what you call a superhero. Imagine anyone of us be like him.. The comic fans and creators once got a survey about the "no. 1 superhero of all time" and superman was only 3rd, next to spider-man. Of course, batman was the one who emerged on top! I even thought wolverine would be the first;-}
@ladygam (564)
• Philippines
2 Jan 07
Yeah. Same reason why moms and dads are considered heroes by their little ones. They have the money, the gadgets and the fighting skills when somebody is messing around. ;)
@nicedevil (684)
• Italy
31 Dec 06
I agree