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#12 - midgety (11/23/2013) [-]
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#18 to #12 - coldbread (11/23/2013) [-]
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#10 - anon (11/23/2013) [-]
Jokes aside, would that even be possible?
User avatar #16 to #10 - pudingcade (11/23/2013) [-]
well sorta not a pro but you could but some pieces would be off
User avatar #27 to #10 - badjokesjimmmy (11/23/2013) [-]
Chess amateur here, I don't think that would be possible
User avatar #29 to #10 - beanmaniac (11/23/2013) [-]
he might spell TS assuming he got all hes pieces left,and he was playing against me it would be somehow possible,but i think bruce will at least take most of starks pieces down,if not win drawing a bat in the You need to login to view this link its not possible but he is the ****** batman!
User avatar #30 to #29 - beanmaniac (11/23/2013) [-]
i did NOT mean to put a site about fish in there......
#4 - naodell **User deleted account** (11/23/2013) [-]
Stark looks like Kripparrian in this pic...
User avatar #5 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
Eh, I never really liked Batman much. To me he always seemed like a Mary Sue character, perfect in every way with plot armour as his super-power, while on the other hand I always really liked Tony Stark. I know that may sound a bit hypocritical, seeing as how they're both supposed to be super-geniuses with money and gadgets and basically have the same super-hero vibe, but to me it always like Tony was more...'real'. He's relatable, he's down-to-Earth, he's a super-hero yet deals with his own fears and monsters and alcoholism. He's a great hero but not a good person, and it has more to do with him than just "Oh woe is me, my parents were killed and I never EVER GOT OVER IT! Now every single problem I face is brought on by myself because for some reason I feel the need to make myself even more dark and brooding, oh woe is me..."
#38 to #5 - nonanonnon (11/23/2013) [-]
All depends on who's writing them.
User avatar #39 to #38 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
How so?
#20 to #5 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Iron Man is a douchebag, he is generally very disliked in the comic book fandom, its only because of his movies that he is still an a-rank superhero.
He is a major douche, a funny douche, but a major douchebag... like extremly, read a comic.
#23 to #5 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Objectively comparing Iron Man and Batman in quality is just mind bogling.
Batman is miiiles ahead of Iron Man in every aspect, story, background, villians, personality, development, history... everything.
User avatar #43 to #23 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
Iron Man is a douchebag, that's exactly what he is; and he's like that because he's not perfect, and while he's good at heart he still has his own streaks of bad. And he's not generally disliked; he's one of the most popular characters in Marvel. I have read the comics plenty; I know it must strike you as absolutely absurd that ANYONE COULD EVER THINK DIFFERENTLY THAN YOU WHILE STILL BEING EDUCATED but it happens. Deal with it.

Second, no it's not mind-boggling just because you get a stiffy every time Batman pulls out his Batarang and talks about his parents, they're both wonderful characters with their own story, history, motivations, and feely-moments. I just think Tony Stark is more human and thus better.
#49 to #43 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Of cause there is a fanbase for Iron Man, but OBJECTIVELY there is no doubt that more talent have worked on Batman, that Batman is a greater character and have many more and better stories. You can be that one dude out of fifty that finds Iron Man stories better, but that doesnt change the objective fact.

Iron Man is a douchebag, the writers that worked on him even TRIED to douche him up, its like they wanted the fans to hate him... its not Tonys fault... Just like Cyclops.

_; ''and he's like that because he's not perfect, and while he's good at heart he still has his own streaks of bad''_
Thats Spider-Man bro, that isnt Tony, lol....
Tony was a very likeable character once in comics, and he is likeable in the movies because good writers wrote him.
But in modern comics he is an arrogant, shortsighted fool, he treats women badly, he is arrogant and self important... Oh yeah and you know ''Civil War''. Iron Man could have a douchebag standoff with Namor and Iron Man would win.
And yeah, that IS a fact that most comic book fans find Iron Man to be a huge douche, and he is one of the least liked A class heroes out there.
His comics sell badly and Marvel have been close to cancelling his comic books many times especially the 90s. Without Robert D. Jr. Iron Man would most likely not be classified as an A class anymore.
You know what, i think if you asked Tony himself, he would say with big regrets ''yes im a douche, oh my god im a douche'',

Bro, you cant critisize Batman, he is ******* Batman, he is perfect in every way... Just stop that, and focus on my Iron Man trashing.
User avatar #52 to #49 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
Well of course more 'talent' has worked on Batman because he's been around longer, and while he's had a lot of good stories, he's also had many more horrible ones. And just because you like Batman more doesn't mean every comic book fan also agrees with you, they're both good in their own ways and they're both completely different characters, I'm just saying I believe Iron-Man is better because he's more relatable and human.

...Okay, how can you tell me "You probably just saw the movies" when that's all you're talking about right now? In the comics Iron Man is a father figure to younger heroes, he's the second-in-command of the Avengers, he's contributed as much as Reed Richards in terms of funding and scientific development (although in different fields). I'm started to think that YOU'RE the one who doesn't know what they're talking about...

Yes it is Tony, seeing as how Tony deals with his issues with authority, his family problems, his issues with drink, his own superiority complex, trust issues (that he only recently got over), his own role as a leader and father figure, so on, so fourth...

What I don't understand is how you totally disregard Batman's bad comics, of which he's had many more than good, but hagger on Iron-Man for the same reasons. You're not even looking at facts or evidence, you're just pulling stats out of your ass and hoping people agree because you're bias as hell, and the moment you figure out you're wrong you pass it off on another, ulterior reason like "Oh, they just don't know enough". Seriously, if you were in a debating class you would be kicked within the first few comments.

I can criticize Batman for that very reason, because he IS 'perfect' and a Mary-Sue.
#53 to #52 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Sure, and also because Batman is a widely more respected hero, that a lot of writers much rather want to work on compared to Iron Man.

Sure he is a genius, he has an awesome armor and such, but we arent talking feats or accomplishes here, we are talking personality, and Iron Man have a very douchy personality.
There is nothig to agree or dissagree about here, you know nothing, im smarter than you.
Again just get over the Batman part, he is flawless, there is bad comics, he have been in over 8000 of them, i try to avoid bad writers and read the heroes i like, i just dont buy the comics if a given writer i dislike is working on them.
Iron Man have had soo much **** its unbeliveable.. There isnt many good story achs he have almost none, again there is a reason he is sells like crap, no people of talent ever works on Iron Man comics, and he have been butchered in later years.
Iron Man is a leader, and he sure as hell has ****** up in that department.. again please read Civil War..

Why you so afraid of facts? Just say that you like Iron Man but cant deny that Iron Man in the comics have been butchered, spit on, destroyed by bad writing in the last 20-30 years...
Before 2007-8 nobody cared about Iron Man.
User avatar #11 to #5 - angelious (11/23/2013) [-]
eh that is just how batman is portrayed in modern media.

comic book batman on the other hand is so much better than stark.

he is a borderline madman with obsession to justice,his relationship with his family(bat-family) and justice league is just perfect and he isnt all so much plot shielded in comics as he is in animated universe (for instance he got his ass handed to him by judge dredd and admitted he was dead on afraid of darkness(another comic book superhero) and the way they write the stories is just magic.
User avatar #46 to #11 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
Then you and I have obviously read different comics, good sir. In nearly every Batman comic I know of it's always the same thing, he fights a villain, is almost beaten, and then rises up and beats them against all odds. Then he has an internal struggle, is almost beaten, and then rises up and beats all odds and yadda yadda. And it's just the same thing every time with him always coming out on top, maybe not in a battle, but certainly at the end of the day and it just gets boring knowing that he's always going to win. And then in his personal life he brings on nearly every problem he has with his own family and his team-mates and what-have you because of his "Unbreakable Morals and Will", and it tries to make him into a more righteous super-hero when in the end he's just unwilling to do anything that may make him less brooding. Sure, Iron-Man has a crappy relationship with his teammates too, but he still TRIES and just ends up failing because he can't connect to people very well, and then he feels guilt over the wrong he knows he's done in the past (and not just things he blames himself for, I mean things he's actually done wrong), and he knows he's practically useless without the suit and that shows in his relationship with some heroes as well and to me it's just so much more complex because he's NOT your average Super-hero. He's a guy in a suit that wants to help people, and I think that gives him much more room for development and potential for growth.
User avatar #35 to #5 - whiplasher (11/23/2013) [-]
No offense, but you probably don't read the comics. You probably just saw the movies.
User avatar #40 to #35 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
I've read my share of comics, I assure you; I just don't think Batman is that deep of a character. Tony Stark on the other hand goes out, saves lives, fights battles, poses with civilians, and then goes home and can't continue his day without a drink; and it just seems to hit you harder that he's only human
User avatar #42 to #40 - whiplasher (11/23/2013) [-]
Fair enough, then. Each to his own tastes.
#36 to #35 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, and i may sound like a pretentious fanboy idiot when i say this:
If your say youre a fan of Batman, and youve only seen the movies... then you arent a fan of Batman.
User avatar #37 to #36 - whiplasher (11/23/2013) [-]
That's true, though.
#13 to #5 - Derpcakes (11/23/2013) [-]
I honestly don't like Iron Man at all. But that is just because I don't really like his attitude. I acknowledge that Batman and Stark have both had their own struggles, and I think that by making superheroes more human like that no matter what universe makes them easier to relate to, unlike other superheroes.

TLDR: I dont like Iron Man but I think he is a well written hero.
#25 to #5 - anon (11/23/2013) [-]
right, so douchebag mcdouchenstein is more relateable than the guy that has actual emotions?

Whatever, you're a massive ******* douche man.
User avatar #41 to #25 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
You seem a little booty-bothered.
#7 to #5 - anon (11/23/2013) [-]
See, the thing about Batman is that he CAN be written more mature and less of a whiny Mary Sue. He'll still be obsessed and stoic, but not full of angst and obsession that seems to be the trend. The only times I've REALLY felt Batman worked were: The Animated Series (only the first three seasons), The Killing Joke, and the first Tim Burton movie. In those, he was still the stoic Dark Knight that everyone loves, but still human as well. He told jokes, felt pity (instead of just anger) for his villains, and was (for the most part) past his parent's death. Only in moments of true despair did he think of him.

Batman is like Superman, and A LOT of other DC heroes and villains. They've been around so long that no one really knows what to do with them. A few stories truly work, but most of the time it's angst and violence. Hell, even my favorite character, the Riddler, only works when Paul Dini is writing him. Other times, he's just a joke.
#8 to #7 - anon (11/23/2013) [-]
Jesus, just looked over this post and it's a 			*******		 mess.  Always proofread your posts, kids.   
A fun .gif for your troubles.
Jesus, just looked over this post and it's a ******* mess. Always proofread your posts, kids.

A fun .gif for your troubles.
#21 to #7 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Batman is the most well written comic book character out there, what are you talking about?! If any comic book character have hundreds of good stories its him.
Iron Man on the other hand have 80 % **** written stories.
#31 to #21 - anon (11/23/2013) [-]
Batman has a lot of great stories, true, but not many I think really capture ALL of the character. For example: The Dark Knight Returns is a good story, but the Batman presented feels more like Marv from Sin City in a Batman Costume. It fits in the story world, but it doesn't present Batman as a good person. He's almost psychotic.

The Long Halloween is one of my favorite Batman stories, but Batman is kind of a whiner there.

Even in the Nolan movies, I felt Batman was self-centered and not very dedicated to being Batman. He seems willing to give it up at a moment's notice for Rachel and because Joker is terrorizing Gotham.

Batman DOES have the greatest number of memorable and well-written stories, but I have never felt the entire character of Batman has really been seen, except in few cases. The most common thing missing is presenting Batman as a genuinely good person. He's often just a violent asshole.

But I guess I have a very limited view of Batman.
#34 to #31 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Oh yeah, and i will proberly get a lot of hate for this one..
But i personally didnt find the Nolan movies to be good Batman stories, they were fine, but i generally disliked them.
#33 to #31 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Batman isnt a genuinely good person, he is a deeply disturbed person, with some insanly fundamental psyhological problems, if he wasnt a Superhero, he would most likely be a serial killer. Batman knows how disturped he is, which is something that he constanly have in mind to keep him from crossing the line and doing the wrong thing.
He puts all his focus on justice and saving lifes, but it could easily have turned out the other way around.

The Dark Knight Returns isnt a main continuity story, its non the main Batman, its a Batman that Frank Miller had full control over, still its a good story as you said yourself.

Good Batman stories...
The Killing Joke
The Court of Owls
Year One
Under the Hood
A Death in the Family
Kingdom Come(not technically a Batman story, but he plays a big part)
No Man's Land
Batman The Long Halloween
And many more..

Good Iron Man stories:
User avatar #9 to #5 - vorarephilia (11/23/2013) [-]
Marvel heros > DC heros
Marvel Villains < DC villains

in my opinion Dc villains usually have a bit more depth and creativity than marvel does for it's villains.

USUALLY don't start a ********* , I know there are exceptions.
User avatar #26 to #9 - imnotkickthecat (11/23/2013) [-]
****** better recognize Kite-man up in this **** !
User avatar #15 to #5 - YllekNayr (11/23/2013) [-]
Batman's relationship to his villains will always be better than any Stark has. That's one thing Batman has going for him: A better supporting cast.
User avatar #44 to #15 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
You see, I disagree with that too. Batman has had some wonderful moments with his villains and so has Iron-Man. I mean he goes out, saves the day, defeats the baddies, shares some wisdom and poses with fans, then goes home...and he can't sleep, he can't rest, he can't even look at himself in the mirror without seeing a haggered face and bloodshot eyes because he just can't continue without that drink, and between you and me that's one villain nearly everyone faces at least once.
User avatar #45 to #44 - YllekNayr (11/23/2013) [-]
Inner demons, I'll give you that. His are comparable to Batman's if not better. But external foes is what I'm talking about. Separate bodies. Batman's are better, and Batman's relationship with them is better. Batman and the Joker is one of the most iconic, interesting and enduring relationships in all of comics.
User avatar #47 to #45 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
That's true, I absolutely agree there. The relationship between Batman and Joker is like between Order and Chaos, and as a great Youtube comment said in a video once...

"There's nothing iconic about clowns and bats-"
#51 to #44 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Hahahahaha, Iron Man villians ******* sucks
User avatar #6 to #5 - cocopopsonfire (11/23/2013) [-]
THIS is why he's my favorite marvel hero

in fact this is the reason i prefer marvel over DC, i find marvel heroes are more in touch with humanity (or lack of)
#22 to #6 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Youre a movie fan, arent you?
User avatar #48 to #22 - captainfuckitall (11/23/2013) [-]
Not everyone who likes a different hero has to be less 'into' comics than you, you know.
#50 to #48 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Sure homie...
But a guy who have actually read both DC and Marvel wouldnt make ******* idiot sentences like:

''n fact this is the reason i prefer marvel over DC, i find marvel heroes are more in touch with humanity (or lack of)''
#54 to #50 - naodell **User deleted account** (12/06/2013) [-]
You know you're supposed to capitalize "I" right?
#55 to #54 - poontanglife (12/06/2013) [-]
Go die bro.
#1 - mastercolossus (11/23/2013) [-]
to me it seems that tony stark would be like a younger brother to bruce wayne because batman has the whole serious older brother that can still have fun while tony stark has the edgier more youthful feel to him with the one liners and quips. and now i demand an alternative comic origin where this happens.
#2 to #1 - pentol (11/23/2013) [-]
good luck getting bot marvel and DC on that one.
#3 to #1 - anon (11/23/2013) [-]
Is that why tony drinks his problems away?
#19 - poontanglife (11/23/2013) [-]
Batman would kick his ass.
#32 - thatsadpotato (11/23/2013) [-]
there's a whole debate on who could kick who's ass in the comments.
cant wait to watch it evolve into a whole unrelated to topic flame war.
User avatar #17 - greenstrongworld (11/23/2013) [-]
Why do they need to be in their suits?
User avatar #28 to #17 - yunoknow (11/23/2013) [-]
easier for the artist
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