Amidst all the build-up and craziness encompassing the declaration that the next huge DC live action film will be a Superman/Batman crossover, comic book fans all over the world have been busy in a war of words about which of the two legends would win in a battle. Well, before we delve into that, this article focuses on the five reasons that Batman can’t beat Spider-Man in a battle let alone Superman…
One of Batman’s key qualities is his capacity to move around unnoticed, stowing away in the shadows and ambushing his rivals before they even know he’s there. In a battle with Spider-Man, even in an area or setting that would appear to support the dark knight, his stealth would be counterbalanced by Spider-Man’s spider sense. When Batman comes in to Spider-Man’s region to assault him, the spider sense would kick-in and alert Parker to his presence, nullifying any advantage that he thought he may have had. Basically, there’ll be no escaping and no sneak assaults on Spider-Man. His intense superhuman faculties will ensure that.
Many people have a tendency to overlook that Spider-Man can assault from a distance and he can do it rapidly and precisely. He can release his webbing at sufficiently fast speeds to grab slugs out of the air. His precision is with the goal to web-up hands, eyes, mouths, weapons, contraptions or whatever else he wants to go for in a matter of moments. What makes the webbing so risky? Its strength. The webbing is sufficiently strong to tie and can hold rivals with superhuman powers as well. So, somebody like Batman would have no way of getting away from it and, given the velocities Spider-Man fires them at, he’d have no chance of keeping away from it either. Curiously, students pursuing masters at Leicester University really led a study in exactly how strong Spider-Man’s webbing would be if it was genuine. The outcomes demonstrated that genuine webbing corresponding to the size of Spider-Man’s would be sufficiently strong to stop a train, like the he did in the Spider-Man 2 film, for instance.