Edited 9 months, 25 days ago

Poll: Who is more inspiring: Batman or Captain America? (51 votes)

Batman 33%
Captain America 63%

Batman

Captain America

Through their stories, struggles, loss, pain, victories, etc

Who has inspired you more out of these two popular characters?

#1 Posted by RulerOfThisUniverse (5969 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman.

#2 Posted by NorrinBoltagonPrime21 (5397 posts) - - Show Bio

Cap

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#3 Posted by Blackdog2009 (1807 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman. Japan, Nicaragua, Argentina, USA, Russia... Batman inspires all over. Cap?... Not so much outside the USA.

#4 Edited by Wolverine08 (38169 posts) - - Show Bio

Cap really does traditional "inspiring" better than Bats, but Bruce is inspiring in his own way too.

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#5 Posted by PowerHerc (80807 posts) - - Show Bio

Captain America inspires. Batman scares.

Good cop/Bad cop.

Captain America is the more inspirational character.

#6 Posted by SOG7dc (6713 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman inspires fear lol so I'd say he's more inspirational

#7 Edited by batmannflash (6171 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman is more inspirational to me. Turning tragedy into heroism and working hard to peak perfection.

Although I think Captain America is more inspiring towards of the people living in comic books

#8 Posted by silkyballfro94 (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman. I mean the guy gives up his life to fight crime and doesn't ask for anything in return. He breathes JUSTICE.

#9 Posted by Dernman (14614 posts) - - Show Bio

Cap

#10 Posted by Emequious_Swerve (1268 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman inspires humanity to punch crime without having super powers.

Captain America basically took steroids once. That shield wielding drug user :D

#11 Posted by AnyWhichWayButUp (760 posts) - - Show Bio

Haha it's 50/50 as of now. I'd say Captain America. He fights for justice and freedom. Yeah, yeah he only represents America, but that's not true you think the skrull would just take over America when they attack? Pffft. I don't say Batman because he ONLY became a hero to avenge his parents death. Cap? He wanted to defend his country from a young age and joined the military most willingly, volunteered for a more than risky experiment and used those powers to defend. Batman's done a lot too but I think he just fights evil out of rage.

#12 Edited by Guardiandevil83 (5218 posts) - - Show Bio

@emequious_swerve: Cap was also a literal 90 pound asthmatic weakling willing to go to war in war-torn Nazi Europe.

#13 Posted by bob808 (6747 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman

#14 Edited by toplel (777 posts) - - Show Bio

In the comicverse, Batman doesn't aim to inspire people. They might be inspired, but he isn't really going for it. He just wants to get the job done. Caps is different, kinda like Supes, in that he is a symbol for the people.

In the real world, Batman all the way. Nothing beats unadulterated human resolve and willpower.

#15 Posted by Deadgod (1145 posts) - - Show Bio

Even though both of them represent human peak perfection & had some advantage in becoming superheroes weather super soldier serum or billionaire parents but i chose Cap America only because Batman in pre 52 , DKR earth & many old pre crisis stories have done some real crazy psychopath stuff that really aren't inspiring it more serve as a reminder not to get so warped up in your quest to fight crime

#16 Posted by HumanRocket (7091 posts) - - Show Bio

Cap hands down. He can even inspire a GOD into battle. Need more? Just pick up Infinity 3 and check out cap lead that strike against the builders.

#17 Posted by tg1982 (2715 posts) - - Show Bio

My vote goes for Captain America.

#18 Posted by Juiceboks (7509 posts) - - Show Bio

While Batman does have a strong sense of right and wrong, his methods are questionable and I tend to disagree with certain views he holds..like killing. I agree with Cap on damn near everything he believes in. He may be a symbol for his country, but he's not afraid to fight for what he believes in even if it goes against the government. To me Steve Rodgers has always been one of the most inspirational heroes.

#19 Edited by RustyRoy (10717 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman is more inspirational to me. Turning tragedy into heroism and working hard to peak perfection.

Although I think Captain America is more inspiring towards of the people living in comic books

This.

#20 Posted by ARMIV2 (8271 posts) - - Show Bio

While Batman does have a strong sense of right and wrong, his methods are questionable and I tend to disagree with certain views he holds..like killing. I agree with Cap on damn near everything he believes in. He may be a symbol for his country, but he's not afraid to fight for what he believes in even if it goes against the government. To me Steve Rodgers has always been one of the most inspirational heroes.

#21 Posted by The_Titan_Lord (4517 posts) - - Show Bio

@armiv2 said:

@juiceboks said:

While Batman does have a strong sense of right and wrong, his methods are questionable and I tend to disagree with certain views he holds..like killing. I agree with Cap on damn near everything he believes in. He may be a symbol for his country, but he's not afraid to fight for what he believes in even if it goes against the government. To me Steve Rodgers has always been one of the most inspirational heroes.

#22 Posted by 14NC3 (1730 posts) - - Show Bio

I like batman more but Steve Rogers is more inspiring. Reason why:

@the_titan_lord said:

@armiv2 said:

@juiceboks said:

While Batman does have a strong sense of right and wrong, his methods are questionable and I tend to disagree with certain views he holds..like killing. I agree with Cap on damn near everything he believes in. He may be a symbol for his country, but he's not afraid to fight for what he believes in even if it goes against the government. To me Steve Rodgers has always been one of the most inspirational heroes.

#23 Edited by ArturoCalaKayVee (10917 posts) - - Show Bio

While Batman does have a strong sense of right and wrong, his methods are questionable and I tend to disagree with certain views he holds..like killing. I agree with Cap on damn near everything he believes in. He may be a symbol for his country, but he's not afraid to fight for what he believes in even if it goes against the government. To me Steve Rodgers has always been one of the most inspirational heroes.

Captain America inspires. Batman scares.

Good cop/Bad cop.

Captain America is the more inspirational character.

These.