Welcome to my new project Just Imagine Fight(s)! These are articles where I type up the advantages and disadvantages to each character. After that, I will calculate who would win based on their skill and history and why they would win.
For my first match-up, I chose Captain America VS Batman. In the previous published Marvel VS DC event, the two of them fought and ended up in a tie. This time, I will answer definitively who would win in this epic battle.
Captain America, the First Avenger:
Advantages – Enhanced durability, strength, and immune system. He is battle experienced and has that epic shield that is made from invincible metal. Brilliant tactician.
Disadvantages – Not particularly skilled in any fight skill outside of gymnastics and boxing.
Batman, Guardian of Gotham:
Advantages – Martial Arts fighting abilities, an array of weapons at his disposal, and exercises himself to peak human ability. Detective skills.
Disadvantages – No known superhuman abilities.
The Winner: Batman
You might be rolling your eyes because you know how much I love The Dark Knight. Hear me out for a moment.
While it is true that Captain America has a superhuman advantage, Batman has fought many metahumans (including Superman) and has won. With his superior knowledge of Martial Arts, he could outfight Cap and overcome the Avenger’s strength. Batman has defeated many people with superior strength including Deathstroke, Manhunter, and Bane.
The two advantages Cap has are his stamina and his shield. Batman could defeat his stamina with the array of weapons he keeps in his utility belt. As for the shield, Batman has wielded several weapons, including shields, giving him a chance to overcome that obstacle.
With these factors, the Caped Crusader could fight Steve Rogers and come out on top, though it would be a long and tough battle.
What do you think? Who do you think would win this epic fight? Anyone else you would like to see do battle? Let me know in the comments below. While you are at it, check out my fantasy Justice League movie cast. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.
This article has been updated from a previous version.