Obviously MANman. With the strength of a MAN, the speed of a MAN, and the ability to talk LIKE A MAN.
Does whatever a man can.
Barry Allen as the Flash is the manliest superhero in my opinion. He has dealt with tragic loss of family and even sacrificed his life for humanity and was dead for 23 years in the comics.
Batman is the man. He has his tragic flaw, which drives everything he does. He bravely pushes forward into any situation that demands him. He develops and uses all his resources to live the life he chooses according to crafted principles. He ferociously protects life. He has ridiculous physical skills. He can handle himself in nearly any situation. He is an action hero with an exotic and mysterious spiritual past. Let's face it: he drives the most awesome car, boat, plane, etc., lives in a very amazing house and has money to burn. Let's not forget that he is even a graphic designer and industrial designer too with the kind of talent to put together an identity that is nearly unmatched by anyone.
He does what he needs and wants to do independently, and also enjoys the friendly support of a few sincere and loyal people. He is socially busy with his company philanthropic projects, and his dating life. He constantly seeks to develop his own best qualities.
Batman. Absolutely. He had no superpower of any kind, other than cunning and clever engineering.
Seen the last few Superman flicks? He spent more time on his back being saved by mortals than he did leaping tall buildings at a single bound.
Eh. The campy Adam West version of Batman was a parody. Chris Nolan's and Frank Miller's versions of Batman are much closer to the original ... and much manlier than the fruity 1960's show.
Holy horsefeathers, Morgan!