Superman vs. Batman

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Superman vs. Batman Heroes are people who reflect the morals, and the times correlated with that era. No one adapts more to the times then superheroes. The most popular superheroes have been around for almost 100 years going back to WWI. With all the choices in superheroes, two still stand way above the rest, Superman and Batman. The cape crusader and the man of steel still remain in the limelight, because they are THE originals. While other heroes were still being dreamed up by some kid’s imagination, Superman and Batman were out kicking butt, and creating emotional attachment to every kid whose imagination ran wild. Those attachment span across generations of kid with dreams of powers beyond that of their very own. Superman and Batman have personality traits, and tools that make it possible to go up against impossible odds and win or at least defeat the threat each time, but this dog eat dog world where there can only be one on top, who is top dog? Clark Kent grew up not knowing who he really was. Clark was always way an awkward teenager, because he grew up with powers that he couldn’t really control or tell anyone about, because of the repercussions that could happen to him. Clark knew that he wasn’t from this world, and that he was sent here to help us. His adopted parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent, always instilled values of truth, and justice in him. Clark, a.k.a Superman, adheres to a strict moral code, often attributed to the values with which he was raised. His commitment to operating within the law has been an example to many other heroes but has stirred bitterness among others. Some heroes refer to him as the "big blue boy scout." Superman can be rather unyielding in this trait, causing tensions in the superhero community, most notably with Wonder Woman , who is one of his closest friends, after she killed Maxwell Lord, because he was controlling
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