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Who would win a fight between Spiderman and Batman?107 Answers
Superman is invincible. Batman is merely awesomely talented. No contest.
(Both) they're both good guys.
BATMAN would totally win! I love Spidey but BATMAN has been my hero since I was just a little kid. LOVED the BATMAN show that was on TV in the sixties. Spidey really never showed up in my formative years, so - It's BATMAN and my heart is loyal to BATMAN!!!
I'd start by pointing out that they're probably referring to "Spider-Man".
Catwoman would tame both of their superpowers.
It already happened, and Spiderman won. Why else do you think Batman has to wear his underpants on the outside? that was the losing bet...
Batman. Batman is older and wiser. Don't mess with old people.
Are we talking newspaper Spiderman or comic book Spiderman? Because newspaper Spiderman can't fight his way out of a paper bag. Heck, comic book Spiderman doesn't stand much chance either. Batman always wins. Plus, Prince did a freaking concept album for the first Batman movie back in the 90's. If that's not winning, I don't know what is.
spiderman, batman's toys run-out, spiderman's don't
The publishing company.
If you're fighting between Batman and Spiderman, I think you would lose
Batman....He's got more money..
This is an excellent question, not for the question itself but for the opportunity it opens to discuss the intrinsic value of such questions. If you are a comic book fan, you could of course raise such objections as "It's spelled 'Spider-Man', not Spiderman!" or "Batman is a DC intellectual property, whereas Spider-Man is a Marvel IP." Such precision of language is mandatory in the hard science fields, but arguably would benefit the softer sciences and arts as well - though there is always the danger of descending into the inevitable morass of jargonism as a result. But ultimately, that merely sidesteps having to answer the question itself. Or you could suspend your obsessive attention to detail and simply dive into the theoretical question itself, arguing in favor of either Spider-Man's raw physical strength, speed, and agility or in favor of Batman's brilliant and logical ability to negate, overcome, or exploit the weaknesses of villains far more powerful than himself. However, such comparative arguments will always run into the issue of subjectivism. There is simply no set of observable (though fictional) metrics that we can use to objectively assess which of the two superheroes would come out on top in a fair fight. What one *can* extract from this question is an interesting Case Study of cross-IP ventures between the two extant leading comic book publishers: Marvel and DC. Here, there are much clearer metrics: generated grassroots excitement in the social networking spaces and in print, online, radio, and television media. Sales of print and digital copies of such a crossover. Critic reviews and user based reviews. Overall profit. The lasting legacy of exerting some form of influence on pop culture and future comic book artists and writers, as well as the corporate strategy of comic book companies themselves. The Case Study itself will evolve depending on what question you deem most important is. Do you simply want to know whether cross-IP ventures are profitable or not? Do you want to measure marketing vs grassroots advertising effectiveness and reach in an effort to maximize the impact per dollar spent on advertising? Or do you want to tackle the more nebulous topic of the comic book battle's lasting legacy in pop culture and comic book fandom? The questions you're interested in define the metrics you'd be most interested in gathering. You can then discuss *how* exactly to measure each metric, what your data sources are, the accuracy and quality or veracity of such data sources, the cost of data gathering, and so on. Penultimately, such metrics would be next to pointless unless you also developed a model for cross-IP ventures. What are the variables associated with such a venture, and how would tweaking them affect the metrics outcomes? Perhaps you discover that anonymous seeding (or astroturfing) social networks has value as long as you don't exceed a certain threshhold and get caught, at which point it has a negative effect on your marketing campaign. Instead, you invest more in teasers and cleverly orchestrated and short vignettes, optimized for the chances to stimulate a viral response. All this is, of course, relevant to Medical Simulation. The creativity, the will to embark on novel scientific inquiries, the discipline of defining metrics, the analytical skill behind developing a working model of the entire enterprise, and the determination to refine all these with further investigation. Lastly, Batman of course. Strength of will and mental aptitude always trumps being able to shoot proteinaceous silk out your butt.
it would end in a tie. then i would make $$ on the Batman: Spiderman part Two
The child who is playing this game is the winner..irrespective of whether Spiderman or batman..he enjoys the game...and is a clear winner..
I will tell you once I finish my Superman vs Batman project. :)
Since Batman is a fictional character (there is not Gotham City after all) and Spider-Man is real, then Spider-Man would win.
Hmm, good question, tell you what, I'll be Spiderman and you be Batman and lets see who will win.
Good guys don't fight against each other. They would get together and combine their battling prowess and collaborate to get rid of the bad guys together!
That would depend on why they are fighting against each other and whether they are both themselves or have been under biochemical or some unknown external influence that set them to fight in the first place. If I may assume that they are both themselves in the battle, then they would both win. The reason is because they have a common reason for being the super heroes that they are, and they fight because their beloved family were harmed and they set out to equalize injustice and bring light to the darkness. When they realize that they both fight for the same reason, the conflict would be resolved and they will join forces to solve a bigger problem for a better cause.
Clearly Batman. Batman because he is sure to have brass knuckles in his belt to knock out Spiderman.
Who cares and what does it have to do with the job?
Spiderman. Why? Super web powers. Batman? He wears his underwear on the outside. What was his mommy thinking when she dressed him as a child?
Batman beat super man in a fight so he should be able to beat spiderman.
This is a question from an institution of higher learning? Find a real question that causes real thought and real critical thinking. This is not fantasy land, you are supposed to be preparing people for the real world.
The bad guys, cause there'd be two beat-up good guys when it was over.
Spiderman because of his agility and flexibly
Wonder Woman, she possesses a power that makes both of them weak
They are both good-guys, so I'm sure they would sit and discuss their differences rather than fight about them. In any case, are you encouraging me to spectate and cheer along to workplace fighting?
Batman hands down. He's got the best tactics and brains.
Who cares 😳, wouldn't our time better be served discussing my qualifications as it pertains to the position I am applying for?
That depends entirely on who the author draws as winner.
The bad guys. One of the fairly universal concepts of good vs. evil is that you can always depend on evil turning upon itself. You get the good guys fighting each other, then well....
Good question actually. Batman is a tactician and is always measuring and calculating his battlefield. Spiderman is a risk taker that can actually pull off the unforeseen. Both are tenacious but Batman has far more years of experience on his side... Spiderman is still just a kid. Also Batman HAS taken down Superman so I would put my money on Batman.
1) why would they fight...as both are super heroes 2) it will depend on the place of fight
Batman, obviously. Better skills, better resources.
Batman, obviously. Better skills, better resources.
Batman, obviously. Better skills, better resources.
Most likely, Batman! Because, he flies!
Why are you asking me about cartoons? Why would I want to work for a university that asks about cartoons? Are there any adults in HR to vet these questions? Does the president of the university know HR is asking about cartoons? No, I am not against cartoons. I enjoy them even as an adult but, not in the context of a job interview at a prestigious research university. Why not ask me about my work in theoretical physics or product design or Greco Roman history or teaching or staff support, etc.?
The fight will be Forever in the infinity, as no one is the winner (both are equal winners)! So, the answer for this question is when we reach infinite time, winner comes out, until then, enjoy the fight !!
Anytime, it would be Batman. Looking at his resources, he knows about every weakness of each of the superheroes. He even knows their real identity. He would simply ask Peter Parker to step down or else he will notify the Daily Bugle.
It will b a draw unless batman decides to loose
If this were ever to be done in a real comic book, neither would emerge a clear winner. Both might learn or gain from the experience. But both would emerge largely unscathed, with their differences settled. That's the way it works, in comic books.
Can't happen. Different universes.
Batman is part of the Marvel universe. Spider-man is part of the DC universe. They can never meet to fight as they don't even live in the same universe. So, Batman.
Come on, folks, this is an interview question! Of course Batman would win because he has a TEAM of people supporting him - Alfred, Robin, etc.
Batman because.... he's Batman!
Um, "Am I in the right interview?" I'm supposed to be applying for the Medical Simulationist job.
Only logical answer is neither. They are fictional figures thus they do not exist. :)
The one I am supporting
No One. I would make them sit down and resolve their differences. Otherwise, they would both be fired.
Just kidding......Batman will win....he has more class!
Perhaps this is a politically charged way to interpret the question, but my translation (not an answer, mind you) is who wins: rich kid with toys or poor kid with innate ability? That may be one way to spin the question into something more meaningful to the interviewer.
If a interviewer ask me such a childish question; I would get up/ snatch my resume and application from his hands, while telling him "I will NOT work for such a immature company that wants to know how I fell about two imagery individuals that I was possibly interested in at 8-11 years of age. I am an adult and see the world through adult eyes. If you need to ask me such a elementary school question, then this company has failure written all over it." Then leave!
The one who you choose.
Spider-Man due to his six sense
Batman. If you read the comics, Batman threw Superman around, so he could definitely take on Spiderman.
Superman is more brawn than brain, but Batman is more brain than brawn. Therefore, Batman will always be one step ahead of Superman and win hands down.
Batman, he keeps a file on every Avenger, agent, and villain, so GE is always one step ahead of everyone.
They will be drinking beers, they both know what justice it.
The one who will be fighting for truth and justice...!!
It depends upon the writers and us because we have seen them in the movie and in our imagination. They will only fight when we will want and the one who will win the one whom we will want to win. These are the characters/avatars are born to fight with the villains not each others. And the very true is that they come from our imagination and vanish in our imagination.
MAN would win the Battle.
Batman, because he cheats.
My reply would be "neither of them would win and if these are the types of questions being asked during an interview then this organization will not win and neither will I if I allow myself to sit through the rest of this interview. I'll go wash dishes at Appleby's and use my savings to publish a book exposing the ridiculous and absurd state of today's job market where qualifications are measured by one's ability to submit to sadistic behavior."
Batman: he has done the research to know the weakness of every superhero in the Justice League & has a little something in his utility belt for each should he ever have to fight any of them.
The one who beats the other! The winner wins. :p
Batman - he can afford better lawyers. You did mean that kind of fight?
Batman. He's been around a while longer, so he has more experience.
Spider takes time to move but bat can able to move fast and any where. A person who reaches some thing can win the fight
i love both but uhhhh if i had to choose ... batman because he is more muscular. but who knows id choose both bc i like them equally.
Very difficult to answer, I need to definitely consult my 5 year old son and get his consent to provide the right answer :-).
Spiderman he has superhuman strength and knows how to fight against villains as many weapons as Batman
Nobody would win.Because there shall be a new episode :Spiderman vs Batman 2.
There should be no fight at all
Holy fictional irrelevance Batman! I guess it would depend on the mood of he script writer or public option from fans towards what they would like the outcome to be and so would generate the most interest and profit. Personally I cant see a fight between man dressed in lycra and a man who cant even dress himself on his own without putting the underwear on the outside resulting in a spectacle that would be much of a crowd puller myself.
They are both good guys. Both. They would utilize their communication and problem solving skills to develop a compromise so that both come out with a win-win!
Under what conditions are they fighting?
Its bat's job to eat insects and spiders.
Batman Because he is real man and used technology and spiderman is imaginary man this is not possible in real so i go with batman.
MAN will win
It would never happen. Who would win between the "Tooth Fairy & The Easter Bunny"? Now the real quesion should be who would win between Batman & the Cat Women. We all know who is going to win that one.
I'd ask them which MBA professor suggested this question so I could avoid them.
Entertainment will win. Man will win Idea should win
The question can be answered quite exactly. Look at the ticket box office results for a time period you are interested in and if there were Batman and Spiderman at the same time you would get the answer.
The winner is gonna win or we can say a superhero is gonna win
Watch ScrewAttack on YouTube or on their website. They made a nice little battle. A DEATH BATTLE just for this matchup
Its depends on the narrator of the story/Characters, similarly both are cartoon/Comical characters they are real so any one can win.
Batman kicked supermans butt and almost killed him, yet superman has like 10 powers. Batman would beat spider-man! Batman fan for LIFE!!!
How is Batman going to counter Spiderman's superior strength and speed(Spiderman dodged Electro's lightning), the spider sense, or even Spidey's webbing?
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If you could be any animal, what whould you be and why?7 Answers
A friend of mine told me he had this question asked of him on a police exam years ago. I do not remember how he responded, but was told the answer they would like to hear was: A dog. (Typically) A dog is loyal, and will not bite unless backed into a corner
I would want to be a porcupine. That way nobody would come near me. If someone made me made, I could stab them with one of my quills.
I would want to be a porcupine. That way nobody would come near me. If someone made me mad, I could stab them with one of my quills.
definitely a human being ... would they want to employ anything else :)
I'd be human. Cause man is one of the smartest animals I know.
I got asked this question on Tuesday by some newbie who had only been at Expedia for two months. I then googled it. This question is listed as one of the "Top 10 dumbest interview questions" out there. Go figure...I gave the dumb chick this look that said: "are you for real? I have an MBA and a graduate degree and you are asking me this $hit???"
I would be a platypus because I can adapt to anything, I can build, swim and can warm in the winter because I have fur.
Explain a time you missed a key piece of information during work or on a project and what you did to overcome it. Explain a time you went above and beyond with a group Explain a project you worked on where you had to do some deep research to get your answers.5 Answers
Did they talk about the salary with you through verbal offer? I didn't get the written offer yet
No, salary info is in the written offer. It took me a few hours before I received the written offer though. Salary also depends on if you are an MBA or BBA student. Congrats on the role!
Its been 4 days since verbal offer, she said she needs supervisors signature for the written offer. Should I worried?
It could be that you are starting some time in January and they are just processing offers for those starting sooner. I would just follow up with your recruiter next week.
Yeah, you are right, I do start in January. Thank you. Lol
*Have you ever worked from home or online before ? *Are you currently employed ? *How many hours do you intend to dedicate to this job position if hired? *What is your past experience with data entry and customer service? *Do you have any quickbook exp & Why do you want to work for this company? *Whats your clerical speed? *What do you understand by privacy and code of conduct,How do you handle conflict?What are your career goals ? *What is your highest educational diploma and when did you receive it? *How long do you expect to remain employed with this company if hired ? *Do you have an idea of how to use MS excel ? *Tell me about yourself and your last or current job? *Why Should we Hire You?4 Answers
I told them that they seemed like a scam and that I'm not interested in them.
Hi, Same experience. thanks buddy .
Yes I JH ad an online business. Business Manager, Program Director. I'll dedicate as much time is needed.im half way through an MBA. Ecel and QuickBooks trained. My resume lists everything but happy tr answer. Joppa knowledgable. I need to work and you want to hire me fory experience.
And my phone keyboard is messed up ha ha. Hope to form you soon.
Revenue-Expenses/Assets... What is this equation?4 Answers
Return on Assets
Hi! I have an upcoming interview with BTS and I will be given a case onsite on the interview day. I would really appreciate if you can tell me what kind of case do they give to candidates. I'm an MBA student so I'm familiar with case studies but the recruiter told me that it will more of finance case sorta.. Any help will be highly appreciated.
It’s all depends on allocation of money by which you can achieve your goals and sustainable profit out of your products or services
self intro some basic questions3 Answers
Am priya I did mba i don't have exp
Hi Priya cool you have done MBA search for a job where on mba Basis they are hiring .... if you did mba from business school then you will get good package 😉 ...
I have 3yrs experience
What makes you a better candidate over the other ones?3 Answers
I have a quick way of learning things. I am currently doing my MBA and I have a heart to grow within the hospitality and tourism industry
I am a people person and a great eye for details.
I have been in and around similar work for years, have an eye for details
They gave me a case study on a Friday evening to complete for my interview, which was the next Monday. I thought this was inconsiderate of my weekend time.3 Answers
I did not make enough assumptions. I have never done a case study for an interview before. Sorry I didn't get an MBA and pay 200k+ to learn how to do case studies.
You don't need to pay $200k and get an MBA to learn how to do a case study. Many are prepared just through their professional experiences. Some prepare through online research on websites like Glass Door. Regardless, sounds like your condescending attitude and unwillingness to gain new skills in a short period of time eliminated your candidacy. For everyone else: the case study is doable. I didn't have much clue on how to attack this problem but I ran my answers against some fellow consultant and supply chain friends. A couple gave me good advice and I eventually landed a planning role. Good luck to all.
Can you share more about the case study?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?3 Answers
Hopefully will be done with my MBA, managing a team, and have successfully launched a new product line
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