Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
|You're a level 12 and probably been here for a while. I signed up in January i think. It's new to me.|
Changing your Avatar has nothing to do with your levels increasing. It all depends on your contributions to the website. Posting will increase your levels, but not by that much once you get past 1000 posts. In addition, adding shows, freinds and writing reviews will increase your levels... at least it's supposed to. When you have 20 friends, you're supposed to get another Icon and a certain number of percentage points toward your level increase which I'm still waiting for and it's been a couple of months.
|Superman obviously. |
People who love to spew Batman propoganda would say Batman.
Doomsday is indeed strong, but since he's not a member of Justice League, he shouldn't be counted.
In any case, JLU has a point. If we're defining "strongest" as having the greatest amount of physical power, then Superman would no doubt be a contender for the title. However, if we're defining mental strength, the Batman, or Mr. Terrific would most likely hold the title.
But as always, there are no right or wrong answers, as it ultimately boils down to one's personal opinion.
|Batman and Robin (the Dynamic Duo) are cooler than cool.|
Anyway, Robin was never featured on JL/JLU, so he doesn't count.
|Easily, the strongest character in the series was Amazo the Android. Superman and Doomsday had one heck of a fight, but neither of them would have been able to put a dent in Amazo.|
If they made AMAZO vulnerable to the weaknesses of the heroes' powers, then he'd just be an android version of Parasite. Plus, there would be no real formula the writers could employ when having the League fight AMAZO, other than having the android attack and pwn the Leaguers with their own powers until one of them-most likely Batman-defeats him by exploiting the obvious flaw in his M.O. That worked once, in "Tabula Rasa", but it wouldn't be interesting to see over and over again. Though that would've worked in his favor if they tried to make him a hero. As it was, AMAZO couldn't have been in the League because then the stories would have only been 3 minutes long. It would've gone like this: Villain attacks. AMAZO flies in, copies his/her powers and pwns them. Threat removed. The end.
Nah, it was better that just got rid of AMAZO. Omnipotent characters don't make for interesting television.
I mean, he's Super... man. Hur.