To get to the real question, Why does everyone like him so much. I mean if it is Batman vs. anyone, a lot of people say batman. I just am wondering why he has such a hard fan base that think he is the greatest thing to have been made.
Serious answers please no, Batman rules nuff said and crap like that. REAL answers please.
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This is a video of how Batman would defeat every Justice League member. By the way, this worked, the video is based from this comic.
Batman IS only a man, but he does the impossible. He has on several occasions defeated people that the whole Justice League together has had issues against (the White Martian invasion comes to mind, he defeated a whole team who had Justice League level abilities).
He's the only one who uses his mind and creates practical solutions on how to defeat enemies. Many of his stories, instead of having a predictable ending (like winning by beating the snot out of the enemy) have an actual "wow, that was... REALLY clever" kind of solution to them. It gets the reader into thinking that although they may never have Superman's strength, you could have ACTUALLY beaten that supervillain or psychotic person using THAT clever method. He's the most realistic of the Justice League.
Let's use an example:
This is an episode of Batman: The Animated series called "Perchance to Dream."
In this episode, Batman is placed into a state of dreaming where he is given EVERYTHING he has ever wanted. But he manages to deduce the whole thing based on a few clues (Ex: He couldn't read any books, as such, he managed to deduce that he was in a dream because actual reading comes from a different part of the brain, it's impossible to read a detailed book word for word in a dream).
How he manages to escape is even better. This episode, and many Batman stories, often not only have him battle the enemy, they delve into his damaged psyche.
He's really an amazing character, and I'm not talking about the mediocre-ish Nolan films. I'm talking about actual, real, comic Batman who uses his mind first, and his fists second.