The answer is none.
It’s the same question we posed back in March.
The most obvious answer is that, at this point, there’s no reason to think Superman is any better than Batman.
But there’s plenty of evidence for Superman to be worse.
Here’s a quick rundown of the problems with Batman vs. Superman:1.
The End is Near.
We’ve seen Batman v.
Superman a handful of times in Batman: Arkham Knight and Gotham City Sirens, and even though we’re already past the “Superman will end this war” moment, the idea of seeing a Batman and Superman fight each other at the end of a battle still feels like a stretch.
It might be a stretch for some fans, but the film also feels like an overly-simplistic throwback to the days of the comics, with a plot that could easily have come from the 1930s.
Batman: The Movie is also a bit of a letdown in this regard, as the plot doesn’t feel like it fits in with the rest of the story, even if it doesn’t necessarily require the same level of ingenuity.
There’s little to tie the story together.
And while the characters seem like they’re doing pretty well in the movie, it’s hard to take them seriously if you’re already tired of Batman.
That said, we’re not sure why it’s not an issue for most fans.
Batman v: Superman: Birthright seems like a fun way to end the series, and while it’s still a pretty big jump forward for Batman, it might be too soon.2.
It Didn’t Feel Like a Superhero Fight.
It felt like a battle between Batman and his alter-ego, Batman, with the two heroes fighting in a much more traditional superhero action sequence.
And even though it was a fun fight, it felt a bit generic in comparison to the rest.
While there’s a reason that Batman and Robin are fighting in this movie, there was also no reason for them to fight at all.
In fact, it feels as if they just fight to protect the world, which feels very different from the other Batman vs Superman movies.
And yet, the film doesn’t really feel like Batman vs Justice League is about Superman or the Man of Steel.
Instead, the story is all about Batman and Clark Kent and the two teams of heroes who stand in their way.
This is what fans are looking for from Batman vs Man of Tomorrow: a battle of the heroes who want to be heroes and the heroes that want to destroy them.3.
There Wasn’t a Big Fight.
This may seem like a minor complaint, but there’s really nothing to complain about here.
Batman vs Wonder Woman doesn’t have a ton of super-villains, and that’s because Wonder Woman is the only one who has to deal with them.
The villains are a bit more diverse than they were in Batman vs Batman, but it feels like the only really big fight that could have been made was between Cyborg and Lex Luthor.
There are a lot of characters that could be in the film, but they’re simply not there yet.
If they were, it would have been a better film than the one that is in the works.
Batman v Superman isn’t a perfect movie, and there are still some flaws that need to be ironed out.
The movie suffers from a few things that make it feel a bit dated: a slow start, and a lack of any meaningful character development.
But the film has more than made up for these issues by bringing some new characters into the fold, bringing back one of the most beloved characters in the DC Universe, and introducing a new villain that will hopefully have a major impact on the DC Cinematic Universe.
That’s a lot to say about a superhero movie, but in a way, it makes up for its flaws by delivering on its promise of an all-out war.