It’s got to be Superman. Built-in flight, strength and laser vision features.
He is Superman even when naked; Batman wears a costume, carries weapons and is, at times, guided by revenge.
Monish Moorthy, 28, digital marketer
Batman is self-made and does not come with super human powers. He is vulnerable and more real; he is believable. Also he is a techie, that draws my attention.
Deepan Dasgupta. 29, consultant
Batman. He just looks a lot cooler with the gadgets, suits, vehicles and has an interesting back-story.
Radhika Sen. 31, manager, insurance company
Batman! He’s human (besides being a superhero brat and crazy rich). The characters around him (Alfred, Lucius and especially, the villains) are interesting too. His gadgets are super cool. Plus, I’m a night person. Enough said.
Madhurima Roy. 26, video editor
Though I’m a fan of the grounded and human Superman, I side with Batman. As we saw in Man of Steel, the Zack Snyder-version, Superman caused collateral damage by fighting in the middle of Metropolis; so Batman acts as an equaliser to someone who has God-like powers and who doesn’t have the maturity that his comic book version did. There’s also the powerful female character Wonder Woman, for us ladies.
Siddhi Desai. 22, journalism student
Batman. It’s man versus god (superhuman). I pick man
Shomik Roy. 23, manager, courier company
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