Ironman > Batman
First off, let me start by saying Robert Downey Jr. is an amazing actor. Throughout his acting career, he has won more than enough awards to last him a lifetime. He has won awards like the “Best Performance by an Actor” at the Golden Globes, to the “Man of the Year” at the Hasty Pudding Theatricals. As for Batman, due to the many interpretations of the story throughout these years, it’s difficult for me to keep up with even what the actors’ name is. Not to mention, whomever the 50 actors were who played Batman probably aren’t even half as good looking as Robert Downey Jr.
Iron Man and Batman are both superheroes with no actual powers. Bruce Wayne, the first, hidden half of Batman, and Tony Stark, the brilliant man behind that Iron suit are both extremely wealthy men. They have chosen to make good use of their wealth and take advantage of all their money to help save the world. In other words, because they weren’t born with superpowers like most comical heroes, they had enough money to literally invent their own powers. However, disregarding their slight similarities, Iron Man is, and foremost, a much greater superhero than Batman.
Let’s start with their laboratories—where all the magic happens. Iron Man has not only an amazing lab, but also his house itself is breathtaking. Who wouldn’t adore a multi-million, if not, multi-billion dollar house overlooking Malibu, literally hanging over a cliff? And, from my understanding, Tony Stark actually built his house himself. Back to the point, his lab is spacious, it’s modern, high in technology—I mean, for crying out loud, he built a computer-based assistant who’s just as smart as he is. Nowadays, technology is such a massive part of everyone’s lives. Today, that is what’s going to get you somewhere in life. Batman, on the other hand, after all these years, is still in a cave. Someone needs to remind Batman that he isn’t actually a bat. He is a billionaire; why not use his billion dollars to...
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