Spider-Man: Can do. However, Elfman went a little soft on the orchestration side and, coupled with sound mixing, the theme went unnoticed. Also, the way the theme is structured, its counterpart, Parker’s theme, actually sounds more heroic. Elfman went for a more “all over the place” approach and employed a bazillion leitmotifs instead of your usual statements of the hero theme.
Batman Begins: Hans Zimmer is a turd. Read here and here to view Zimmer’s dumb reasons for not giving Batman a theme.
Hulk: He doesn’t have one because the movie’s focus is on the character of Bruce Banner as a tormented scientist in search of his father. :rolleyes: That’s what Ang Lee would have you believe, anyway. Since this was the approach, Elfman gave the movie some rythmic punch from the strings, and a descending woodwind motif. Basically, it’s a poor man’s Spider-Man score.
Daredevil: Graeme Revell is another turd. While there’s some who claim he has done great work in the past, others question whether it was ghost-written or not. To be safe, just know Graeme Revell is not one to be trusted with heavy thematic material the likes of Superman or Batman, though he is capable of presenting a perfectly good score, he’s not very reliable. He’s a guy of extremes.
X-Men: The story goes likes this, Michael Kamen wrote a great score for the film which was rejected by the studio. He was forced to rewrite it and follow the musical demands of the studio, giving us the uneasy listening experience that was that first score. For the second movie, John Ottman was now available and was given the freedom to do as he pleased. That ended up meaning he would rip off Mancini’s Lifeforce march and contoct a rather sterile score fo the rest of the film. Disappointing, to say the least.