Its impossible for Batman to beat Superman this is shit,batman knows that superman is far more powerful than him there is no contest SUPERPOWERS vs peak human physical batman stand no chance speed same invincibility i mean superman could just freeze batman and let him suffocate or kill him with heat vision from a far this is retard fight for superman haters this whole argument superman vs batman is stupid not same level this two.
@conner_wolf: @conner_wolf: Most of their race ended in draw,are we talking about flash or thor and superman beat him in canon if writers wanna superman to beat thor in every comic that is how it will be,and thor is nowhere near superman he claimed to be able to move faster than ten times the speed of thought. superman has superhuman intelligence and he would outspmart thor.
Superman possesses intellect that surpasses genius-level. People from Krypton already had genius-level intellect, being a society thousands of years ahead of Earth in technology. In the presence of a yellow sun, Superman's intelligence is further enhanced, literally to super-humanoid levels, giving him super intelligence and allowing his brain to operate faster than a supercomputer. His intelligence has enabled him to create effective strategies and tactics when engaging enemies during situations from which his powers alone cannot save him.
Eidetic Memory – Superman is often shown to have flawless, total recall of everything he has ever seen, read, heard, or otherwise experienced.
Superhuman StrengthDC Comics is not known to have coined a similar reference to Marvel Comics's reference, “Class 100 strength,” to Marvel characters whose super-humanoid strength levels are so high that they can lift (press) 100 tons or more for extended periods.
Vocal Abilities — Superman has shown possession of various vocal abilities. Stories have shown him being capable of raising his voice to loudspeaker levels, for purposes such as delivering a message to a large crowd. Early Golden Age stories showed Superman capable of mimicking others's voices and throw his voice through simple ventriloquism. By the 1950s, the said ability had evolved into a stand-alone power called "super-ventriloquism," the ability of Superman to send his voice across vast distances, but only to a specific person or place. Super-ventriloquism was used in both Silver Age and Bronze Age stories, but it was generally discarded in post-Crisis stories.