Beyond Superman and Batman — The Top 5 Lamest Comic Heroes of All Time


2) Batman (2 of 5)


2) Batman (2 of 5)


A genius billionaire who’s spent over a decade mastering almost every branch of martial arts, gained knowledge about modern technology, business, and ancient practices and rituals, and is running one of the most powerful corporations in the world.

Even if that sounds too much for someone to do in just 10 years after their parents died — I’m stil fine with it.

But, then he drapes on a cape and tries to help enforce a legal system that protects the corporations while trying to prevent the “villains” from destroying the social system that protects the rich and harasses the average man?

How does that even make sense?

I mean, isn’t that the very thing that the Wall Street protests were against? That corporations maximize profit for the 1% while using the 99%, and that the 99% must take back control, change the system, and bring equality and all?

Then why are these 99% in favor of a vigilante who doesn’t want the system to change or let “villains” like Joker and Ra’s al Ghul destroy it?

It’s all cool that in the comic world where coincidental “right-for-the-chapter” technology and faux pas abilities always get Batman through, but a hero who’s bent on protecting something the 99% are actually against is super-lame.



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