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  Reply # 43302 4-Aug-2006 14:49
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Superman is great, but he just doesnt have the cool factor that batman does. The cars, the gadgets, he really is the geeks superhero

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  Reply # 43342 6-Aug-2006 02:38
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lol I completely beg to differ.  The only purpose of gadgetry is to enable one to perform something they're incapable of doing on their own..  Batman can't even fly!  What's the deal with calling him Batman :p  He should just be called Half-blindman, whereas if you were SUPERMAN - you wouldn't need any technology to do the things he does.  Ever wondered what it's like to frost something with only one gust of breath, cut through any type of mass with a simple squint of your eyes, or maybe even take off to outerspace just by flying there? Well, wonder no more! Superman is clearly the superior choice. Batman and his gadgetry are only capable of bringing you to the second-row-seating of the action. Superman can bring you right up front, where it actually is live/real-time without the lag.  Ladies and gentelmen, never send a bat to do a man's job..  Send a super man instead.

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