Which superhero has, overall, been treated the best on the big screen, considering every iteration?

Which superhero has, overall, been treated the best on the big screen, considering every iteration?

Batman

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Spider-Man

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Batman

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Andrewthesith
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Andrewthesith

If animated counts batman

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Chewbaacca's Lover
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Chewbaacca's Lover

Batman easily, Batman more good films and even the ones people think are bad are more iconic.

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Soul Provider Reacts
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Soul Provider Reacts

if you count animated movies and cartoons batman i think wins this

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Spider-Man

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Christian Calleja
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Christian Calleja

I like Batman and Spider Man a lot, but Spider Man has been treated much better

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John
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John

Spider-Verse is the best superhero movies ever released in theaters, that alone gives Spidey the edge, not to mention Spider-Man 2, Homecoming and Far From Home

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Rachel Clara Smith
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Rachel Clara Smith

Batman often comes across as a moody whiner imho

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Ajay Jones
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Ajay Jones

Tobey Maguire enough said

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Daniel Aguirre
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Daniel Aguirre

Spider-Man is just better

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Mutale Mwananshiku
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Mutale Mwananshiku

spider-man because he hasnt had any bad movies like batman and robin and bvs sure amazing 2 and spider-man 3 arent great but they arent terrible. He also has only 3 actors play in live action whereas batman has had 6.

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Spencer Nielsen
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Spencer Nielsen

Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse are masterful works of adaptation. Batman may be more iconic, but outside of the great Dark Knight Trilogy, most films are monumental failures.

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Justin Grier
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Justin Grier

I'm choosing Spider-Man because he has more movies than Batman that I enjoy. Don't get me wrong. No Spidey film can top The Dark Knight, but I dislike Batman Returns and Batman & Robin and I strongly dispies The Dark Knight Rises. I don't care for Far From Home or TASM 1 but I can tolerate them more

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

A lot of Batman movies are style over substance, while Spidey has more overall great movies.

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Do you have a phobia?
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4 months left

Do you have a phobia?

Yes

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No

4

Yes

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HANNAH RAAD (STU)
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HANNAH RAAD (STU)

Fear of falling and fear of snakes.

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Anna Chaya Hoffman
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Anna Chaya Hoffman

Seeing animals get hit by cars

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Onesimo Banda
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Onesimo Banda

I don't know the label of my phobia but I'll try 2 explain: I have an ethic name. It's not 2 hard 2 say/spell IMO & its n the Bible. But WASPs make my life hell @ times b/c of my name. So when surrounded by overwhelming white groups, I cringe at what's about to happen @ my introduction

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seaweed349
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seaweed349

Being cold. I moved from Florida to Canada 40 years ago.

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Lisa Gray
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Lisa Gray

The older I get, (I'm 64 now) the more claustrophobic I get. It's bad. Didn't have this problem until about my 50's.

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Valerie Lantz
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Valerie Lantz

I can not do roofs, especially steep pitch roofs. I happily pay roofers to work on roofs!

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No

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Lrac Snave
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Lrac Snave

Never found one yet.

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

But I ask my husband to deal with spiders.

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

Not that I know of.

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Do you support student loan forgiveness?

Do you support student loan forgiveness?

Yes

5

No

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Yes

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Joseph Edward Trueblood
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Joseph Edward Trueblood

We were 17-18 years old, and every single adult in power over us told us to go to college, get these loans to pay for it. Now we're in so much debt we can't afford to start families, buy homes, everything the other generations took for granted. Now we're "entitled" for complaining about it.

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Jamie McAtee
Jamie McAtee

So do you have regrets about going to college, regrets about what college you chose to go to ($$$$), or regrets that you now have to repay your debts like all of the rest of us for our schooling?

Felisha
Felisha

My parents were able to own property because it was attainable to do so; just like college was way more affordable. We aren't entitled we are just rattled with debt and can't get out from under student loans.

Courtney Lucas
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Courtney Lucas

If we send these kids out into the world thousands of dollars in debt, we are setting them up for failure. If we punish them for educating themselves this is why we have such a huge poverty level.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

I won't let their foolishness, or your foolishness drive me into poverty. We are not a communist country, nor are we going to be.

Christopher Watson
Christopher Watson

None of the people living in the Projects or low income housing got there because they went to College, Keep it real.

No

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Christopher Watson
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Christopher Watson

I have never asked anyone else to pay my bills, they should of had their priorities straight to begin with. 1, degree, 2. Career, 3. Pay off bills, 4. buy a new car, 5. Then you're ready for a relationship/marriage/and a house.

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Terre Chambers
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Terre Chambers

Absolutely not. Let them pay their own bills like the rest of us have.. They have already been given too much with no payments for three years. Make them pay

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Randy Burson
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Randy Burson

I'm sick & tired of people with their entitlement attitude. I took out a student loan, I paid it off. If you took out a student loan, you pay it off.

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Joseph Edward Trueblood
Joseph Edward Trueblood

We were 17-18 years old, and every single adult in power over us told us to go to college, get these loans to pay for it. Now we're in so much debt we can't afford to start families, buy homes, everything the other generations took for granted. Now we're "entitled" for complaining about it.

Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

NO, Joseph Edward Trueblood. You are too irresponsible to start a family, and buy a home. Student loans won't buy common sense.

Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

If you sign a contract, you fulfill the contract.

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Mac Kinder
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Mac Kinder

Creates more entitlement and irresponsibility

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Abby Normal
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Abby Normal

If you are mature enough to take out a loan, then you should be mature enough to pay it back. Nobody made you take out a loan. If your field of study/ preferred career doesn't pay enough to support you and pay back your loans, then you chose poorly. You've just learned personal responsibility.

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Felisha
Felisha

So because I chose social work as a career and spend 50 to 60 hours a week doing so, I should find a different career? Wait until you need a socialworker. I'm not saying I shouldn't pay loans back but there should be some Incentive working for our communities and our residents.

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