Batman and Iron Man prove that being smart is better than being talented. Batman beats Superman because when your idea of a perfect hero is invincible and he can do anything, you are 7 years old. Iron Man is better off than Captain America because drug-fueled accidentally became what people hate about America.
So let us stick to the recent movies of Batman and Iron Man and compare them. Because most people have seen them. Ignoring Batman’s comics history may be seem silly, but that’s what DC Comics has already done with recent reboots.
1. Iron Man Never Caused Hell On Earth
It might be a small point, but Tony Stark never cast many of innocent lives into hell on Earth. Yes, he may have dumped a few experimental superweapon a few miles from terrorists, but he paid the price for it.
Batman discovered a group of trained assassins led by a madman who swore to destroy Gotham and his plan was “Piss him, save his life and forget about the man.” This led to Arkham Asylum escaping into Gotham slums. At the same time, Ra’s al Ghul vaporized fear gas on his way to central hub. Sure, Batman had stopped him from destroying the city, but after poorest sections of the city were flooded.
Many people died during the finale. And yet, Batman is the second-best hero.
2. Iron Man Is Portrayed by a More Suitable Actor
Robert Downey was stuck as a boyfriend on the romantic comed, Ally McBeal, which is the opposite role to Iron Man. Since, he has become Tony Stark and Sherlock Holmes. Christian Bale is the perfect Batman: American Psycho was ideal practice for the wealthy lunatic indulging in violence every single night. This was while Equilibrium and The Machinist perfect emotionally deficient psychopath elements of the same thing.