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I have recently released a new series: DC Re-Created: Superman! Read It!

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Realistically speaking, anyone with army training could probably beat them.

  • Victor Stone (assuming you're talking pre-Cyborg) is the only one with the fitness level but has no combat training.
  • Bailey Hoskins is the only one with combat training, but is physically still only a teenager.

Intelligence-wise Penguin and Jimmy Olsen are probably the only two that'd be generally considered to be above average.

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As much as comic fans won't want to believe it, he's probably well-known among the general population because of Big Bang theory as well.

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Wow, I forgot how optimistic comic fans are... /s

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#4  Edited By MakkyD

If you have a paradox it's usually because you have a bad assumption or argument somewhere in your reasoning.

Schrodinger's Cat.

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Yes. True omnipotence means that the laws of logic and reason do not apply or can be bended and broken to however they see fit. Which means they could create a rock that is genuinely too heavy to lift and still lift it even though it's a blatant contradiction. They're omnipotent paradoxes don't apply to them.

That mind boggling concept is what omnipotence is! Complete & total power over every law, notion, and action in the universe.

This is the most commonly accepted answer to this paradox, which is asked really often.

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In my opinion, the only way to beat Avatar is to either break into the Chinese market or as @fallschirmjager said, a similar innovation that people would pay extra for or encourage re watching.

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Superman imo. Batman feels dated in comparison. It sounds strange since Superman is a decade older, but Superman is meant to be a dated/old-fashioned concept in comparison to Batman and it suits the character better.

Plus the fact that Batman has very critically acclaimed updates doesn't help the dated feeling.

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More than Man of Steel, less than BvS.

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#9  Edited By MakkyD

@Pokeysteve said:

@nicksmi56: That's what the trailers are for. Looks good? Go see it. Doesn't look good? Don't go see it. We don't need to bring percentages and fruit into this.

Why should someone trust a marketing piece by the makers designed to make the film look as good as possible over dozens of 3rd party opinions?

Edit: @nicksmi56 didn't notice you made pretty much the same point so just assume this is a long "I second that" post :P

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Am I the only one who gets Jack Kirby vibes from the Thor trailer instead of thinking it doesn't suit the character?