Like many have stated, it's hard to compare these two franchises. Imoin regarding the "hero" aspect of films, I would side with the Incredibles. The classic aspiring role model that everyone can relate/admire is good for a superhero film. Plus, it's family friendly and have a lighter take on crime.
TDK trilogy, however, relies on realism and has a darker tone in the universe. Nolan focuses on realistic problems Bruce faces and the consequences of them. Whether that be from the public or his enemies. Nolan shows two faces of Batman, the hero, and the "dark knight" (vigilante). People see him as a menace, while others see him as a symbol of justice. The Incredibles kinda hinted at this problem as well with the outlaw of heroes but quickly brushed over it.
All great answers. This is like comparing Toy Story to the Godfather, the math just isnt there for an appropriate comparison.
Batman is scarier because he physiologically traumatizes his foes. The Punisher is Nothing Those Mobsters and Criminals haven't seen before hes basically just a guy with a gun trying to kill them. Regular day at the office. But Batman mentally devastates his opponents.
Watch the opening scene of The 89 Batman film that explains Batmans use of fear towards criminals in a nutshell.
Liev in a stomp. Tyler Manes Sabertooth was cool when i was 5 but when i got older and started reading more Sabertooth it become very clear that Liev played a perfect Sabertooth. The only thing has over Liev as Creed is his height of about 6-9 or 6-10 but other then that he was meh.
They are in two different classes and not comparable at all.
Wonder Women can actually survive a fatal gun shot Spider-man cant. She just prefers to not have her skin pierced and surfer an debilitating injury that could have easily been avoided. Shes shown the ability to survive being shot.
When you say wonder woman could survive a fatal gun shot what do you mean?