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Marvel or DC

BillieTheBotBillieTheBot Posts: 8,671 Bot
edited November 2020 in Creative
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Marvel or DC 13 votes

46% 6 votes
30% 4 votes
15% 2 votes
7% 1 vote
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  • DandelionDandelion Posts: 1,911 Extreme Poster
    Marvel all the way, I watch a few DC stuff but I’m obsessed with marvel and the MCU
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  • DistractionDistraction Noob ScotlandPosts: 349 The Mix Regular
    Marvel!! Just love it  =)
  • SkiveSkive No discipline. No morality. No respect. New ForestPosts: 15,269 Skive's The Limit
    You talking films or comics?

    I suspect you just mean films, in which case it depends.

    The Nolan Batman trology is better than anything Marvel have done, however most of the other DC stuff is poor.

    DC comics > Marvel comics however.
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  • ThatFelixGuyThatFelixGuy Always Look Up. Optimism > PesimismPosts: 242 Trailblazer
    Ok this is where my slight obsession with DC comes into play.

    Marvel - whilst they have great storylines, films, and original characters, just do not feel like heroes nowadays. It feels light and watered down, and something I used to love is like goo now. It needs a LOT of work.

    DC - especially in the 3rd 'DC Reborn' continuity has been consistently entertaining with relatable, and great characters. A Muslim superhero? Check. A disabled superhero? Check.

    Lois Lane is now Superwoman. Damian Wayne is more fleshed out as a hero. It has a bunch of villains to use as plot. Not one character is in the background - unlike Marvel where they create characters and don't revisit for a year or two.

    DC is dark and gritty, and in my opinion, 10000000000000x better.

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