Batman is better than iron man?
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But his armors are his inventions and it's like his weapons.. so there's nothing wrong with it.
As Iron Man, Stark has proven a capable leader of the Avengers, particularly rising to the challenge of steering the team through it's earliest days, but his ego and need to micro-manage can often prove his greatest stumbling block. No question the other Avengers respect and trust him to have their back both when facing down evil or the press. And he's the original
Ego- Tony Stark has a lot of it. He thinks he is invincible. Remember the argument between him and Capt. America? Not an attitude of a leader.
Drunkard- He is very into Liquor and can be his greatest downfall.
Destruction- As I've said earlier, Iron man creates destruction way more than Batman.
Intelligence- I'll say that they're same on this aspect.
And come to think of it, without his suit, what is Iron Man? Maybe he is a billionaire or what. But he can't level himself up to Batman. Because Batman, even without his suit, he has the strength, intelligence, and passion to save the people. Be careful for a quiet man thinks the loudest. That's all I have to say. Thank you and have a nice day!
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Vote Placed by Cotton_Candy 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: I was going to vote for Con in this debate but the last round changed my verdict. Pro showed that batman apart from intelligence has many characters that make him better. So arguments to PRO. REST TIE.
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