#1 Edited by 90mv (105 posts) - - Show Bio

I watched superman/batman apocalypse, and now I wanna see supes punch something :)

#2 Edited by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow. Shallow much?

Probably some of the BETTER fights involving Supes are the ones that occurred in The Death of Superman, the follow up arc where Doomsday returns dubbed: "Hunter/Prey", and that Eclipso fight with Captain Marvel.

#3 Posted by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

For animated fights, you can't go wrong with:

"Justice League Unlimited: The Doomsday Sanction."

"Justice League Unlimited Episode: For the Man Who Has Everything"

#4 Edited by PowerWoman (3413 posts) - - Show Bio

Death battle,superman vs goku,good video

#5 Posted by KnightRise (4785 posts) - - Show Bio

Superman and Kal-L vs Superboy Prime in Infinite Crisis

#6 Posted by Squalleon (4639 posts) - - Show Bio

Superman vs Asmodel (jla issue 7)

Superman vs Mongul (superman annual 1)

Superman vs Captain Marvel (kingdom Come)

Superman vs Brainiac (superman brainiac)

@90mv: top of my head i think they will satisfy you

#7 Posted by 90mv (105 posts) - - Show Bio
#8 Edited by w0nd (3712 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow. Shallow much?

Probably some of the BETTER fights involving Supes are the ones that occurred in The Death of Superman, the follow up arc where Doomsday returns dubbed: "Hunter/Prey", and that Eclipso fight with Captain Marvel.

It's completely shallow, but at the same time satisfying. People like to go on how poetic superman is and all these metaphors and word play and blah blah blah is amazing, but lets get down to brass tax here, sometimes it's nice to just see him punch someone in the face.

#9 Posted by UltimateSMfan (1440 posts) - - Show Bio

Our worlds at War! Superman punches all kinds of ass in that one, War of the supermen...superman/batman public enemies, superman: last son...to name a few.

#10 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1533 posts) - - Show Bio

always liked Final Crisis throwdown between WW and Superman....

#11 Posted by deaditegonzo (3686 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, "For the Man who Has Everything", featuring Superman vs Mongul is an epic fight, and always does a great job hitting on Superman's personality.

Our Worlds at War has Superman punching crap left and right, and he is pretty much the only one who can do anything against Imperiex and his drones.

In Superman #175, he faces Doomsday Rex, and actually pulls out a speed blitz as shown in Superman/Batman Apocalypse.

In Trinity, which is overall a pretty crappy arc, Superman throws planet crushing punches at a Hulk clone called Konvikt, and then one mans the entire Crime Syndicate of America, including his alternate Universe doppelganger.

Doomsday: Hunter/Prey does have some awesome fighting in it, with a particularly brutal Doomsday.

Infinite Crisis, as someone mentioned, has several HUGE battles featuring him, including one where he and an Alternate universe version of himself shatter reality with their blows. Though the majority of this fight takes place in the Superman tie-ins.

Final Crisis: Superman Beyond 3D, features one of Superman's most absurd slugfests, as he pilates a cosmic armour version of himself and fights a multiversal threat. He ends up winning by the power of PIS, literally.

In Superman vs Darkseid: Apokolips Now! he throws down with Darkseid, but its pretty... dumb. If you just want to see him punch stuff, though, he totally does. There is also the actual issues Superman/Batman Apocalypse is based on, an arc in Superman/Batma called "The Supergirl from Krypton." It is also kind of dumb lol.

In the New 52, and beautifully drawn by Kenneth Rocafort, Superman throws punches that send tremors through the atmosphere at H'El, in issue #17. He punches the lovingly fan coined Super-Doom in Action comics #18-19, all while poisoned with K-Nite. In my favourite fight so far in the New 52, he has a two part fight with Helspont, and in the second fight, Helspont proves capable of giving Kal a concussion with a back hand, Superman issue #8 and Superman Annual 1.

In the Superman: Brainiac graphic novel he has a pretty bad a** fight. Theres a lot of great Superman brawls out there.

#12 Posted by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

@w0nd said:

@hewhosees said:

Wow. Shallow much?

Probably some of the BETTER fights involving Supes are the ones that occurred in The Death of Superman, the follow up arc where Doomsday returns dubbed: "Hunter/Prey", and that Eclipso fight with Captain Marvel.

It's completely shallow, but at the same time satisfying. People like to go on how poetic superman is and all these metaphors and word play and blah blah blah is amazing, but lets get down to brass tax here, sometimes it's nice to just see him punch someone in the face.

Agreed, but if that's the ONLY reason you like Superman (or the majority of characters, now that I think about it) or heck, even the majority, and you think power automatically equals a great character or a bad character then you've got issues man and probably aren't very bright (but DEFINITELY very shallow).

You'd probably like to eat shiny glitter and sequins or other stylish things instead of just eating all five essential food groups.

By the way, yes, that was a style and substance joke.

#13 Edited by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah,

"For the Man who Has Everything"

, featuring Superman vs Mongul is an epic fight, and always does a great job hitting on Superman's personality.

Our Worlds at War has Superman punching crap left and right, and he is pretty much the only one who can do anything against Imperiex and his drones.

In Superman #175, he faces Doomsday Rex, and actually pulls out a speed blitz as shown in Superman/Batman Apocalypse.

In Trinity, which is overall a pretty crappy arc, Superman throws planet crushing punches at a Hulk clone called Konvikt, and then one mans the entire Crime Syndicate of America, including his alternate Universe doppelganger.

Doomsday: Hunter/Prey does have some awesome fighting in it, with a particularly brutal Doomsday.

Infinite Crisis, as someone mentioned, has several HUGE battles featuring him, including one where he and an Alternate universe version of himself shatter reality with their blows. Though the majority of this fight takes place in the Superman tie-ins.

Final Crisis: Superman Beyond 3D, features one of Superman's most absurd slugfests, as he pilates a cosmic armour version of himself and fights a multiversal threat. He ends up winning by the power of PIS, literally.

In Superman vs Darkseid: Apokolips Now! he throws down with Darkseid, but its pretty... dumb. If you just want to see him punch stuff, though, he totally does. There is also the actual issues Superman/Batman Apocalypse is based on, an arc in Superman/Batma called "The Supergirl from Krypton." It is also kind of dumb lol.

In the New 52, and beautifully drawn by Kenneth Rocafort, Superman throws punches that send tremors through the atmosphere at H'El, in issue #17. He punches the lovingly fan coined Super-Doom in Action comics #18-19, all while poisoned with K-Nite. In my favourite fight so far in the New 52, he has a two part fight with Helspont, and in the second fight, Helspont proves capable of giving Kal a concussion with a back hand, Superman issue #8 and Superman Annual 1.

In the Superman: Brainiac graphic novel he has a pretty bad a** fight. Theres a lot of great Superman brawls out there.

Hold it. Tell me why you thought Trinity was a crappy arc? Was it because of the lack of focus? Did they not manage to get the characters right? Did they not have some good and deep character moments? What!? What!? What!? I want DETAIL damn you!

#14 Posted by w0nd (3712 posts) - - Show Bio

@w0nd said:

@hewhosees said:

Wow. Shallow much?

Probably some of the BETTER fights involving Supes are the ones that occurred in The Death of Superman, the follow up arc where Doomsday returns dubbed: "Hunter/Prey", and that Eclipso fight with Captain Marvel.

It's completely shallow, but at the same time satisfying. People like to go on how poetic superman is and all these metaphors and word play and blah blah blah is amazing, but lets get down to brass tax here, sometimes it's nice to just see him punch someone in the face.

Agreed, but if that's the ONLY reason you like Superman (or the majority of characters, now that I think about it) or heck, even the majority, and you think power automatically equals a great character or a bad character then you've got issues man and probably aren't very bright (but DEFINITELY very shallow).

You'd probably like to eat shiny glitter and sequins or other stylish things instead of just eating all five essential food groups.

By the way, yes, that was a style and substance joke.

Many disadvantaged African-Americans (like myself) have limited nutritional choices, therefore they must subsist of shiny glitter and sequins. It's a black thing, bro.

but in all seriousness yes you are right. I see people on here basing their choices off who is strongest

#15 Edited by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

@w0nd said:

@hewhosees said:

@w0nd said:

@hewhosees said:

Wow. Shallow much?

Probably some of the BETTER fights involving Supes are the ones that occurred in The Death of Superman, the follow up arc where Doomsday returns dubbed: "Hunter/Prey", and that Eclipso fight with Captain Marvel.

It's completely shallow, but at the same time satisfying. People like to go on how poetic superman is and all these metaphors and word play and blah blah blah is amazing, but lets get down to brass tax here, sometimes it's nice to just see him punch someone in the face.

Agreed, but if that's the ONLY reason you like Superman (or the majority of characters, now that I think about it) or heck, even the majority, and you think power automatically equals a great character or a bad character then you've got issues man and probably aren't very bright (but DEFINITELY very shallow).

You'd probably like to eat shiny glitter and sequins or other stylish things instead of just eating all five essential food groups.

By the way, yes, that was a style and substance joke.

Many disadvantaged African-Americans (like myself) have limited nutritional choices, therefore they must subsist of shiny glitter and sequins. It's a black thing, bro.

but in all seriousness yes you are right. I see people on here basing their choices off who is strongest

Many advantaged Hispanics (like myself) are too lazy to go an entire day without 11 hours of sleep. It's a privileged Puerto-Rican thing madicone. :P

In all seriousness, I agree with you agreeing with me. I'd like to slap those people and tell them I'm Tony Montana.

#16 Posted by deaditegonzo (3686 posts) - - Show Bio

@hewhosees: The characters did act really out of character, the whole basis in tarot was nonsense imo, and it was written like a Michael Bay film. It eas also painfully forgettable.

#17 Edited by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

@hewhosees: The characters did act really out of character, the whole basis in tarot was nonsense imo, and it was written like a Michael Bay film. It eas also painfully forgettable.

1. Give me some examples.

2. The Tarot thing was cool and really played with the idea of the Trinity.

3. Please...Transformers 2 and 3 WISH they achieved that kind of quality in Trinity and Trinity, if it is bad, is not THAT bad.

4. How the hell did you forget Primat and that whole dreaming legion band, the big three becoming gods, the entire world being altered so that the idea of metas existed but the concept of a Superhero never did, that alternate two face and his daughter trapped inside SPHERE, that void wolf thingy, and that ending where the big three, being complete and UTTER trolls in a hilarious fashion, somehow manage to place the soul of the Riddler's dead daughter inside the Void-wolf and send him and her back to the world of the Injustice Gang?

I don't know what kind of shiz'nit you saw before, but it's pretty hard to forget that!

Also, isn't a habit of big crossover events to jump around a lot?

#18 Edited by ssejllenrad (12847 posts) - - Show Bio

Grounded... Superman got b*tchslapped. Nyahahahahahaha!

#19 Posted by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

Grounded... Superman got b*tchslapped. Nyahahahahahaha!

You mean like how Superman would to the Sentry were they ever to get into a no hold's bar, blood-lusted fight with everything they had? :P

#20 Posted by ssejllenrad (12847 posts) - - Show Bio

@ssejllenrad said:

Grounded... Superman got b*tchslapped. Nyahahahahahaha!

You mean like how Superman would to the Sentry were they ever to get into a no hold's bar, blood-lusted fight with everything they had? :P

Hell no! The person who slapped Supes was a bitter lady. And what that bitter lady is to Supes is not exactly what Supes is to Sentry...

#21 Posted by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

@hewhosees said:

@ssejllenrad said:

Grounded... Superman got b*tchslapped. Nyahahahahahaha!

You mean like how Superman would to the Sentry were they ever to get into a no hold's bar, blood-lusted fight with everything they had? :P

Hell no! The person who slapped Supes was a bitter lady. And what that bitter lady is to Supes is not exactly what Supes is to Sentry...

I know. In a blood-lusted battle, Supes is the FOLLOWING to the Sentry:

#22 Posted by deaditegonzo (3686 posts) - - Show Bio

@hewhosees: I hate the Tarot card concept honestly. It seems so silly to me. I think Tarots are nonsense in real life too.

The big three were all pretty much meathead versions of themselves imo, it makes sense, I guess, as eachothers emotions were bleeding through but still.

I didnt care about/ dont even remember all the side characters who were made central to this plot.

And I honestly dont see any of those events as memorable really, seeing as I only hazily remember them now. I do have a clear picture of the god versions of the characters, but thats it.

I do realize this is purely an opinion, and im not trying to say that it was objectively fatally flawed.

#23 Posted by HeWhoSees (629 posts) - - Show Bio

@hewhosees: I

hate the Tarot card concept honestly. It seems so silly to me. I think Tarots are nonsense in real life too.

The big three were all pretty much meathead versions of themselves imo, it makes sense, I guess, as eachothers emotions were bleeding through but still.

I didnt care about/ dont even remember all the side characters who were made central to this plot.

And I honestly dont see any of those events as memorable really, seeing as I only hazily remember them now. I do have a clear picture of the god versions of the characters, but thats it.

I do realize this is purely an opinion, and im not trying to say that it was objectively fatally flawed.

Wow. For a Superman fan, you're close minded about concepts. IRONY.