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flash batman
Debate Score:60
Arguments:25
Total Votes:100
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the flash vs batman

give details in why one or the other would win in fight

flash

Side Score: 28
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batman

Side Score: 32
2 points

The flash has so much swag he can go back in time before he meets batman and beat his parents up oh wait they died

Side: flash
Asode(10) Disputed Banned
2 points

y u do dis ;-;

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Side: batman
2 points

At least flashes enemy is a speedster from the future not a escaped clone from the circus

Side: flash
Molo5ia(9) Disputed
2 points

Your grammar and spelling are top notch. 10/10 on spelling and grammar. clown an

Side: batman
Dedi(5) Disputed
0 points

I believe the term is, clown. Thank you very much. Batman has way more enemies than the flash.

Side: batman
SenorGracias(1) Disputed
1 point

Wow because a clown and a penguin is way scarier. And a anaphylactic dude in a leotard who is so indecisive that he puts a question on himself. Last time a person fell down the well was in Winnie the poo and that had a more creative plot line than this

Side: flash
1 point

I have to admit batman is a pretty cool character however in terms of power and fighting the flash would win in well a flash. Honestly despite how kickass batman is he cannot hope to match the likes of the flash due to the flashes supernatural powers. After all batman is but a human and the flash well.......

Side: flash
Asode(10) Banned
3 points

Flash is too young and inexperienced to take down the vigilante that took down superman whose powers are considered to be godlike. As a direct result of this I believe that Batman would win against Barry Allen or any of the other previous flashes.

Side: batman
MrConflict(3) Disputed
0 points

Well then i guess it is also dependent on their environment as despite batman being considered "godlike" that doesn't matter as who are they to judge batman. He may be considered godlike but that may just be because the person who considers him to be godlike is a mere human. BTW having the ability to travel back in time is godlike

Side: flash
akramahmedx2(1) Disputed
-1 points

the flash has powers and one parent the batman has no powers money and no parent!!!!!

Side: flash
Molo5ia(9) Disputed
2 points

He has two parents. How was he born if he has one parent?

Side: batman
Asode(10) Banned
3 points

Also unlike the flash batman has parents that are still alive...

Oh wait....

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Side: batman
2 points

I personally believe that Batman is far more superior to the Flash because he is The Batman.

Side: batman
Nakulshankar(19) Disputed
3 points

The flash has powers, batman is just a sadistic creepy dude who dresses in black.

Side: flash
Dedi(5) Disputed
0 points

Batman is known to be the leader of the Justice League, a superhero team which Batman Founded, get rekt kid. And he has Alfred :3

Side: batman
2 points

Batman has mula, unlike Flash. Therefore, Batman is superior to The Flash. Batman>Flash (Daredevil fan)

Side: batman
akramahmedx2(1) Disputed
2 points

But Flash has a parent that can cook him Molo5ia and his butler is to white to know how to cook real Molo5ia

Side: flash
sumermehta(23) Disputed
2 points

Thats all Batman has, he doesn't have parents, and his girlfriend Talia Al Ghul tried to kill him and his son became a massive villain, clearly being messed up runs in the family.

Side: flash
Molo5ia(9) Disputed
2 points

Batman also has Alfred. Has the Flash had over 10 movies made about him? Thats what I thought. Although Batman has Moooooola, He is humble, and has a very soothing voice. Batman>Flash (Molo5ia fan)

Side: batman

If batman has time to prepare, batman hands down. Being a genius and a billionaire, he has both an immense knack for working out a plan to counter all manner of superiority, as well as the wherewithal to actually put a plan into practice to make said counter.

The Flash' achilles heel isn't that hard to figure out.

Despite the fact that The Flash can move, react, and think at or very close to the speed of light, he is still somewhat limited in his perception by the laws of physics. Among those is the speed of light; light itself can't be perceived prior to it entering the eye and stimulating the optic nerve. Even extremely fast processing inserts some manner of delay here.

So blind the Flash permanently with an extremely high intensity laser. Given a set of circumstances that would put Batman and the Flash against each other, Batman could certainly work out which direction the Flash should be coming from, and when. Fire it at the designated time, right in the Flash' direction. He can't see the laser coming, because in order for the light from the laser to stimulate the optic nerve, said laser will have to have already entered his eye and struck his retina, damaging everything, before the optic nerve even fires in response. However quickly his nervous system responds, however quickly he recognizes the incoming threat to evade it, the damage is already done. Given his reflexes, even the most powerful laser won't likely kill him outright as he could simply move out of its path, but his eyes are already shot permanently, beyond the capacity of medical intervention or a healing factor based on accelerated metabolism and cell division.

Once blinded, most of The Flash' abilities would be neutered; even if he somehow managed to develop a sonar sense like Daredevil, the limits of his perception would ultimately limit his speed (in practice) to that of slightly lower than that of sound, in order to actually know where he was going. Much more manageable. He could also get functional artificial eyes, but he would still have to deal with it's high latency compared to his own nervous system. It'd be superior to Daredevil's sonar sense eventually, but cripplingly disorienting in the short term; he'd have to re-learn everything, and even the best case scenario would see him permanently reduced in effectiveness. In neither case would he be able to adapt to the loss of his vision within the time of the actual engagement; he would either lose outright, or be forced to withdraw with no clue as to what is in front of him and what collateral damage he may cause.

Side: batman

If Batman defeated Superman, then Dark Knight will easily outsmart the Flash.

Side: batman
-3 points