When making these fights using manga characters or movie or book characters, there generally exists a fairly good idea of what powers, exactly, each character has. This is because most of those works have one primary creator who was involved throughout. But in comic books, this really isn't the case. New writers come and go for a given series, and a given character may appear in several different series simultaneously. This means that for a lot of famous, popular characters, there abilities have varied dramatically depending on whose writing them. This was really true for pre-crisis DC, where Superman would randomly manifest insane, radically inconsistent powers every issue. But it has remained true post-crisis, and is true of Marvel as well. Take for example Batman, one of the more popular characters in comics and on this board. He has been written as everything from a brutal thug with a couple gadgets (DKR) to DC's answer to Reed Richards and the smartest guy in comics (Morrisson's stint on JLA). Although there is a ton of variation from writer to writer, generally post-crisis Batman can be placed into two distinct camps. 1.) Batman when he's in his own comic. These are the comics that take place in Gotham. The JL don't show up, the threats are criminal rather than galactic, and Batman is an awesome fighter and the world's greatest detective, but not superhuman in either. He faces off against guys like the Riddler ot Two-face, his gadgets are limited to the realm of advanced modern tech, and while he's certainly super intelligent, he can still have his back broken by a guy like Bane. 2.) Batman when he's with the Justice League. In these comics, Batman is turned into a guy whose brains, resources and training put him on par with demigods like Hal Jordan, Superman and Wonder Woman. He's not just 1 or 2 steps ahead of everyone else, he's like 500 steps of everyone else. Give him some string and a grapefruit and ten minutes to plan and he'll use them to beat Darkseid. In these comics, he really is DC's answer to Reed Richards, only more badass. Generally speaking on these boards we're talking about Batman #2. Another character whose abilities vary dramatically is Wolverine. In some comics, it takes him a couple hours to fully heal from stab wounds or gunshots. In others, he fully regenerates from having most of his body burnt to ash within under a minute, and one time he was reduced to a single drop of blood and regenerated back to full health (stupid, I know, I didn't write it). Conversely to Batman, Wolverine tends to be at his strongest when he's in his own comic, and is often made weaker when placed in a group (see his recent humiliating loss to Beast). Or look at Quicksilver. In most comics, like when he was with the Avengers or the Brotherhood, his max speed varied from somewhere between Mach 1 and Mach 3. But when he was given his own comic, this increased to where he could do like Mach 10. Just something I thought people should consider when talking about comic book fights, as there may be some confusion resulting between people who are talking about a character written one way and others who are thinking of that character written another way.