What makes Batman so interesting as a role-model for leadership characteristics is his persona is formed through adversity, and he uses his own fear and anger to focus his on his mission.... read more ›
Although he has his flaws, Batman is a born leader when it comes to the battlefield. He is a master strategist and has a way to beat every member of the Justice League if they go bad. With enough time, he can also formulate a plan to beat any villain.... view details ›
Upbringing helped make heroes of all three, but a radioactive spider and extraterrestrial biology made superheroes of two of them. Batman made himself super. Through years of hard work and sheer determination, he built himself into the person he wanted to become, and that's inspiring.... view details ›
Batman was originally introduced as a ruthless vigilante who frequently killed or maimed criminals, but evolved into a character with a stringent moral code and strong sense of justice. Unlike most superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers, instead relying on his intellect, fighting skills, and wealth.... see more ›
Batman is a hero in the DC Universe created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Making his first appearance in 1939, Batman is the alter-ego of Bruce Wayne, a wealthy playboy, philanthropist and industrialist in Gotham city.... read more ›
Since he's stronger than the two strongest Justice League members, and since he served as a member, Darkseid is officially the strongest member of the Justice League, as much as that would outrage any given member of the team.... continue reading ›
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- Everyone has gone through some sort of struggle in their lives. ...
- Everyone has fears. ...
- It's okay if she doesn't love you back. ...
- Have your own values and morals. ...
- Everyone wears a mask. ...
- There will always be someone who hasn't given up on you. ...
- How will you learn to rise if you never fall? ...
- Enemies are a necessity.
“If this man is everything that you say he is, then this city needs me.” – Bruce Wayne, The Dark Knight Rises.... see more ›
The first thing Bruce Wayne taught me that is that, in order to achieve anything in life, you must be willing to sacrifice. Bruce Wayne sacrificed his wealth and trained several years to fight injustice. He sacrificed love in fear of putting his loved ones at risk.... read more ›
Batman's strength and conditioning is amazing for someone who is “just human”. He's the pinnacle of human physical prowess. Olympic level fitness, he began training at 12 years old. By the time Bruce was 18 he had mastered nutrition, bio mechanics, training, and weight lifting.... read more ›
A trivia published in BuzzFeed states, “Batman's stated IQ is an unbelievable 192, several notches above the famed theoretical physicist (Albert Einstein), who was estimated to have an IQ between 160 and 180.... see details ›
Individuals spend their whole lives running from fear and seeking to overcome it. Batman is just the opposite. He embraces his fear and then turns that fear on those he seeks to bring to justice. There is something very appealing with the idea of taking paralyzing fear and turning it into a strength.... continue reading ›
Batman commits his whole life to protecting the citizens of Gotham and does whatever is necessary to keep his city safe and that makes him a responsible superhero. Another important quality in a hero is good judgment. A hero needs to have good judgement because stupid decisions could end up killing people.... view details ›
Also known as the Clown Prince of Crime, the Joker is the arch-enemy of the Dark Knight — one capable of such unthinkable evil that can make even Batman shudder.... see details ›
Despite being the weakest member of the Justice League, Green Arrow has actually done more harm to Superman than anyone else. WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Dark Knights of Steel #2, on sale now.... read more ›
Bruce Banner found himself transformed into a monster known only as "Hulk." The details of the pair's symbiotic relationship might change, but at the end of the day, superhero comic books have one unbreakable rule: Hulk is the strongest one there is, and that's really all there is to it.... read more ›
Over 3000 years old, Hercules, the son of Zeus, is considered the physically strongest character in the entire Marvel universe.... continue reading ›
the leader of avengers | Fandom. Steve and Tony have always been co-leaders of the team. Steve was the technical leader from 2012-2016. After the events of Civil War, Tony is the leader of the current Avengers, which is composed of Vision, Rhodey, Stark and Peter Parker.... read more ›
The Leader (Samuel Sterns) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Leader first appeared in Tales to Astonish #62, created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko as the archenemy of the Hulk.... see more ›
Batman matters by showing us our own potential. As a touchstone for achievement and how our bodies work, parts of Batman's mythology ring true. This means we can raise the bar on our own limitations. We just need to find that bit of Batman within and have the will to put it to good use.... continue reading ›
The strong moral component of Batman's character is not to kill another person. No one, yes, no one was able to digress Batman from his morals and values. Everyone is afraid of something or the other. The only way we can go ahead in life is by overcoming that fear.... continue reading ›
Perhaps the most important lesson from The Dark Knight is his tenacity to learn, or to be more precise, learn from mistakes. When Wayne decides to be Batman and protect Gotham, he starts without his bat suit and a ski mask to hide his identity. Without his armour, he is vulnerable and prone to injury.... see details ›
DC comic book fans are no strangers to the phrase “I am Vengeance.” Apparently, Batman describes himself in the comics by saying, “I am Vengeance. I am the Night, I am Batman.” However, we've only heard the “Batman” part in most live-action adaptations.... see more ›
Pre-original Crisis tales always put Bruce's birthday in February, so that fits with Miller's “Year One.” According to my chronology, 23 full “Bat Years” transpire (up to the Modern Age's end in 2011) making Bruce 48-years-old. (25+23=48).... see details ›
In certain comic stories, Bane uses as a strength serum called Venom, and a precursor to this substance seems the most likely answer for Batman's injection. For one, adrenaline is colorless and Batman's drug is bright green.... see details ›
In Batman Begins, Bruce Wayne becomes Batman after he is taught by the League of Shadows to master various martial arts, which took several years.... see details ›
Wayne's phobia of bats is the most apparent. It stems from his childhood incident of falling down a well with bats flying up above him.... view details ›
Hellbat. The Hellbat armor is easily Batman's most powerful suit of armor in the comics. The suit is made of a nanoparticle mesh that allows it to change shape and also grow wings if necessary. The suit is essentially indestructible and also possesses the Speed Force.... view details ›
- White Lantern Corps. White Lantern Batman.
- Mobius Chair. God of Knowledge Batman ( from darkseid war)
- Black Lantern Corps. Black Lantern Batman.
- Superman: Speeding Bullets. Superman like Batman. ...
- Batman & Demon: A Tragedy. Demon-Bat.
- Hellbat Suit. Hellbat Batman.
William James Sidis has the World's Highest IQ. Anywhere from 250 to 300 is his IQ score, almost twice the score of Albert Einstein. At the age of eleven, William famously entered Harvard University, becoming the youngest person to enter, also, claimed to be conversant in 25 languages.... continue reading ›
What is the Joker's IQ? Jokers's IQ is estimated to be around 350 (which is insane even in the real world), while Batman's is around 290. Additionally, the joker has been known to trick Batman numerous times causing him to even doubt himself in some cases.... view details ›
Scientific aptitude and knowledge
Apart from his physical abilities, Peter is an intellectually-gifted scientific teen genius and has a prodigious aptitude in the physical sciences, with a high IQ level of around 250.... see more ›
If you go by at least one analysis of the past year's Google search data, that hero is Spider-Man. According to online entertainment retailer Zavvi, the web slinger is the world's most popular superhero with more than 5 million average searches per month.... view details ›
Batman is a hero that many others look up to, so it's a good thing that he is often a great role model. Batman has always been most noteworthy for his most mysterious and hard-edged personality traits. Stoic, aggressive, tough as nails, etc. Those kinds of characteristics.... see details ›
Batman's moral code, courage, sense of justice, temperance, and code of ethics, not only do they make him the perfect representation of Stoicism in the pop-culture but also sets an example for all his fans and readers. Batman teaches us that no matter how hard we fall, we should always take the step to rise again.... see details ›
Bruce Wayne is an INTJ personality type. Uniquely, he is both an idealist and a realist, which is a rare combination. With a driven and focused nature, Bruce is dedicated to achieving his goals. Deliberate and measured, he carefully thinks through plans before taking action.... continue reading ›
- 1 BANE (THE DARK KNIGHT RISES)
- 2 JOKER (THE DARK KNIGHT) ...
- 3 TWO-FACE (THE DARK KNIGHT) ...
- 4 JOKER (BATMAN) ...
- 5 MR. ...
- 6 CATWOMAN (BATMAN RETURNS) ...
- 7 RA'S AL GHUL (BATMAN BEGINS) ...
The Joker: The Joker is perhaps one of Batman's oldest and most dedicated foes.... see more ›
- 1 The Joker. First Comic Appearance: Batman #1 (1940)
- 2 Ra's Al Ghul. First Comic Appearance: Batman #232 (1971) ...
- 3 Two-Face. ...
- 4 Catwoman. ...
- 5 Bane. ...
- 6 Talia Al Ghul. ...
- 7 The Riddler. ...
- 8 The Penguin. ...
Batman was the leader in 2010. In late 2015, Captain Atom became the leader, until July 4, 2016, when Black Canary took over. By 2018, the leaders were Kaldur'ahm, the second Aquaman, and Wonder Woman, acting as co-chairs and representatives for the League on Earth and in space, respectively.... read more ›
Given his status as an essentially omnipotent being, it comes as no surprise that he takes the number one spot on this list. No Justice League list could ever be complete without including Batman.... see details ›
The Justice Society of America (abbr. JSA) is an elite team of superheroes that work together to stop crime. Courtney Whitmore currently serves as the team's valiant leader under her alter ego, Stargirl. She worked to rebuild the team by recruiting Yolanda Montez/Wildcat, Rick Tyler/Hourman, and Beth Chapel/Dr.... see more ›
On November 6, 2018, Muriel Bowser became the first woman ever re-elected as the Mayor of Washington, DC and the first mayor to earn a second term in 16 years.... continue reading ›