Discussion in 'General Chat' started by NIGHTBRINGER, Feb 5, 2018.
Well Chewie's son (and I think wife) have been brought back to Canon, so it's possible
Oh man some Star Wars fans would RAGE.
Don't start that!
I'm quite curious about this movie, but I must admit that I'm currently much more excited for Avengers: Infinity War.
Marvel made so many movies I stopped caring.
EDIT: I don't dislike them I just noticed I can't keep up anymore so I got depressed.
Well the next one is a BIG one. They have all been building slowly towards this one.
I for one am happy they have been able to expound on the MCU
The MCU has been a great success... a success that at least thus far seems to allude DC.
And agreed. Aquaman is my only enjoyed piece of justice league
Marvel may have the monopoly on consistently good films, but DC still have it on characters, having the best superhero films, quality of comics, animation, video games...
I think marvel has overtaken them. Discount the Christopher Reeve Superman movies (1 & 2 anyways), the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy and the Wonder Woman movie and DC is on pretty weak footing.
That's why Marvel have it in the consistency department. The rest of them you have to admit go to DC though
Jason momoa was a stellar choice to revamp the character
characters→ they both have fantastic characters
quality of comics→ I don't really read comics, I cannot confirm or deny
animation→ both have produced great animated content
video games→ haven't played enough of them to accurately assess
I prefer Marvel characters because they are a tiny bit more down to earth.
Well... most of them anyway.
By down to earth, do you mean in terms of power level or relatability?
Characters like Green Lantern or Superman are just bad for storytelling IMO.
Personally I like both DC and Marvel, but I can see your point of view.
In my humble opinion at least:
Batman and Superman > Iron Man and Captain America
Rebirth > Secret Empire
Batman The Animated Series, Justice League and Young Justice > everything else
Arkham Series and Injustice > Contest of Champions