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  • It's time for the ultimate showdown.

  • Welcome to Watch Mojo and today will be pitting Batman and Spiderman against each other to see which hero reigns supreme.

  • This is the third and a trilogy of superhero tournament videos in which we saw Spider Man emerged victorious over his Marvel rivals while that man dominated the rounds for D.

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  • Now it's time to watch our Marvel and DC champions go toe to toe.

  • This Versace is about more than who would win in a fight.

  • It is a deep dive into the backstories abilities, appearances and pop culture significance of each character to decide who feels the most essential at this point in time.

  • Please note, we are aware this is a versus we've already done.

  • But that was a few years ago, and the world of comic book characters is always in flux.

  • Between comic books, animated Siri's video games and films, A lot has changed.

  • So without further ado, let's get into it Round one origin.

  • All right, let's do this one last time.

  • My name is Peter Parker.

  • Spider Man swung onto the page and into the hearts of readers in 1962 defying expectations this teenage superhero quickly became one of Marvel's most popular characters.

  • After being bitten by a radioactive spider, he develops a number of new and incredible abilities.

  • At first, Peter Parker uses his powers for personal gain, partaking in a televised wrestling program in exchange for some quick cash.

  • But when his uncle Ben is killed by a criminal that Peter could have stopped earlier in the issue, he learns a painful lesson that puts him on The Heroes Pass comes great responsibility.

  • That man made his comic book debut all the way back in 1939 rooted in the tradition of hard boiled detectives and larger than life characters like Zorro and The Phantom.

  • He quickly joined Superman as a best seller.

  • Six issues After its premiere in Detective Comics Number 27.

  • That man's tragic origin was immortalized on the page late one night as a young Bruce Wayne was walking home from the movies with his parents, they were accosted by a mugger.

  • Robbery goes sideways, ending in the tragic death of both Bruce's parents.

  • He's understandably traumatized by what he's witnessed, but he takes this pain and channels it into a lifelong crusade against crime.

  • It's a symbol that could be incorruptible.

  • I could be everlasting.

  • What's simple, something elemental, something terrifying.

  • Any truly iconic superhero needs a great origin story, and Spider Man and Batman arguably have two of the most famous in the history of the medium.

  • While both heroes are shaped by tragedy, Bruce Wayne is entirely defined by the loss of his parents.

  • It's what drives everything he does and what makes him so compelling.

  • For that reason, he takes Round one winner that Man Round two costume, and it's a no on the cape.

  • I think it's cool.

  • Take that office disrespected.

  • Spider Man doesn't wear a cape, a compelling origin stories all well and good.

  • But if you really want to catch the attention of readers, you need to stand out.

  • And with his trademark red and blue morph suit, Spiderman certainly turns heads.

  • It's the webbing pattern and distinctive eyes that really make it one of a kind, though over the years, like most long running heroes, Spiting has done a number of variant suits Night, night, Monkey Night Munch and for the most part, they've been pretty awesome.

  • The symbiote suit literally took on a life of its own.

  • But Spidey always comes back to the classic red and blue.

  • It's instantly recognisable, functional and looks great.

  • Swinging through the streets of New York City, Batman suit strikes a perfect balance between functionality and theatricality.

  • Even more so than Spiderman, The Dark Knight isn't afraid of changing up his look.

  • He seems to be constantly tweaking the material finishings and color combinations, whether it's black on black, black on gray or blue Andre.

  • That man's costume is always form fitting and comes complete with a cape and cowl.

  • He's a creature of the night who deals in fear and intimidation, and he's got a costume to match.

  • What's the difference between you and May?

  • I'm not wearing hockey.

  • It allows him to blend into the shadows and get the drop on his foes, ensuring that he always makes a big impression.

  • And though we love a situation specific variant outfit, the classic black and grey costume is timeless.

  • Both of these characters have great costumes that air instantly recognizable.

  • That being said, Batman's costume does feel a bit more gated.

  • Hello, Batman speaking.

  • Which is perhaps why filmmakers have struggled to make it translate to the big screen Also, the constant changes undermined the concept of one true batsuit.

  • When you think a Spiderman, the classic red and blue instantly comes to mind.

  • As such, Spiderman takes it winner Spider Man.

  • I think this is a cape Round three powers, abilities, skills and gadgets.

  • Though we don't imagine that being bitten by a radioactive spider is a particularly pleasant experience, there's no arguing with the results.

  • The encounter gave Peter various spider inspired powers, including the strength, speed and agility of an Iraqi relative to its size, the ability to cling to surfaces and 1/6 sense, which he refers to as his spider sense.

  • I thought that you could sense that with your Peter Tingle, Please do not start calling it my Peter team.

  • This alone makes him quite the able bodied hero.

  • But that's not taking into account Parker's gifts that predate his superpowers, most notably his intellect.

  • Harry tells me you're quite the science whiz.

  • You know, I'm something of a scientist myself.

  • He's blessed with a brilliant mind, which he not only uses to solve technological and scientific problems, but also to design his own cost human tech, his Web shooters being arguably his most iconic invention, despite being one of the most feared and respected heroes in the DC universe.

  • Batman technically doesn't have any superpowers.

  • He's just extremely gifted.

  • What are your super powers again?

  • Rich?

  • He's arguably the peak human specimen, having pushed his body to the physical limits in terms of speed, strength, stamina, et cetera.

  • He's mastered a wide variety of fighting styles and is an expert in hand to hand combat.

  • And his unparalleled deductive reasoning and problem solving make him the world's greatest detective is genius level.

  • Intellect, coupled with his wealth, also enables him to craft countless gadgets, vehicles and tools to help make up for his lack of powers.

  • So what do you think?

  • Does it come in Black?

  • Spider Man and Batman are very different in this regard.

  • Peter Parker is blessed with some truly incredible superpowers, whereas Batman is a mortal man who has to rely on his intelligence and gadgets.

  • The thing is, Peter Parker is also a genius with a knack for gadgetry.

  • So that is another win for the Web slinger winner.

  • Spiderman Tensile strength is off the charts manufactured that I did Round four Rogues gallery.

  • Spider Man has duked it out with more than his fair share of evildoers.

  • As a member of the Avengers he's faced, foes will above his weight class back Formenty.

  • Even in his own backyard of NYC, though he's got plenty to keep him busy.

  • His most iconic, recurring villains include Vulture, Sandman, Lizard, Mysterio, Scorpion, Rhino, Shocker, Chameleon and More.

  • Then there are those who made the largest impact on his life and with whom there's really bad blood.

  • He and Dr Octopus have tangled more times than we can count.

  • Craven, the hunter once buried Spidey alive, while Veneman carnage are an endless source of frustration.

  • Then there's The Green Goblin, Spidey's personal nemesis and one of the most nefarious villains in the Marvel universe.

  • By water, down came the Goblin, a za member of the Justice League.

  • Batman is often called upon to face global threats.

  • Every now and then, he has to save the universe or all of reality.

  • We buy him some time.

  • Stop that box, destroying all life on Earth, which is crazy considering how badly Gotham needs him.

  • It's a hotbed of zany super criminal activity.

  • Villains seem to make up a sizable portion of the city's population.

  • Riddler to face Mr Freeze.

  • Poison Ivy Penguin Scarecrow Hush killer Croc Black mask misters as professor Pig.

  • The court of owls.

  • We could go on all day calendar man, man, man and the condiment.

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  • Are you making some of those?

  • Nope.

  • They're all real.

  • Probably worth a Google.

  • And we haven't even mentioned his international beefs with heavyweights like Bein the Men Who Broke the Bat or Razzle Ghoul.

  • Frankly, though, there's one villain in Batman's rogues gallery that puts them all to shame.

  • Joker, I don't want to kill you.

  • What would I do without you?

  • No, you you complete That Man and Spider Man are both blessed with an abundance of colorful and memorable villains to keep them busy.

  • But if we're talking about high profile iconic villains, Batman's roster is undeniably larger and more impressive.

  • Dark Night ties it up.

  • Winner, that man.

  • The fact of the matter is, we each have an almost gotten Batman story.

  • I know mine's the best.

  • Let's hear yours anyway.

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  • Round five films.

  • You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.

  • As much as we love comic books and consider them to be the defining medium for superheroes, there's no denying the importance of film you Comic book movies bring these heroes to the masses, and few heroes have experienced greater success on the big screen.

  • In the Web Slinger 2002 Spider Man took the jar to New Heights, and its sequel is still held up as one of the greatest comic book movies ever made.

  • Since joining the Marvel cinematic universe, Spidey has moved beyond New York City to fight crime internationally known to mention in space.

  • I mean, hundreds of friendly neighborhood Spider Man, Sir, it's Please, you've been to Space, and Tom Holland fully embodies the character.

  • In 2018 legacy Spiderman Miles Morales made a big impression in his own right with the animated film Spiderman into the Spider Bursts lie.

  • What's up?

  • Few comic book characters have graced the big screen as many times as the Dark Knight.

  • I've seen you go through similar phases in 2000 and 16 in 2000 and 12 in 2000 and 8 2000 and 5 1997 1995 1992 with 1989 on DDE that we had one in 1966.

  • Adam West's take on the character might not be the Batman we think of most today, but there's no denying the impact that the 1966 Batman film made shark repellent bat spray to Tim Burton.

  • Batman Films played a pivotal role in shaping the comic book movies are as we know it today I'm Batman on.

  • Yes, they were followed by the embarrassments that were the Schumacher bat flicks.

  • But for young kids, they were fun.

  • Chicks dig the car and the Dark Knight trilogy.

  • Uneven though the ending may have Been is nonetheless an astounding achievement for the genre.

  • Though perhaps not as widely consumed, the animated Batman films are of consistently high quality.

  • This round is a tough one.

  • Both Batman and Spiderman have achieved colossal success on the big screen and weathered disappointments.

  • Schumacher's films and the bat Fleck era hurt, but then so did Spiderman three and Sony's first reboot.

  • In the end, though, we have to give it to Batman.

  • Who's cinematic achievements still feel greater, plus the volume of quality animated Batman Features Tips, the scales, Batman Takes the round and our Marvel versus D.

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  • Championship winner Batman.

  • I am the Knight way.

  • Pick the right here.

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