Well, he was biased and answered accordingly. As far as strength goes. They are not just looking at one movie. . Thus, it seems appropriate for there to be a meme where Dr.
Wonder Man is probably about equal to Spartan in strength; give or take. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman on the other hand are incredibly iconic and have been recognizable to the general public for an extremely long time. So why lean on movie data? Thor is also almost perfect but still no boy scout. Superman is an alien with almost incorruptible morality. Even a row, then by some freak incident that dc doesn't bother to explain they come back! Both sides present fair arguments when it comes to determining which franchise is superior. The major villains of Marvel are companies that have purchased the rights of their characters.
This does not include discussion of real world implications or inspirations of characters and events within Marvel Properties, which is fine. Blood1991 said: Batman is the most popular comic character in existence, but worldwide among readers and non-readers I think the Avengers would be more popular then Wonder Woman and Superman as characters simply, because they are icons that people recognize, but know nothing about. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Source: Marvel Enterprises The immediate future Marvel has overall detailed plans laid out through 2018. Isn't this debate more of personal opinion and very subjective? The hulk alone has more movies then Wonderwoman and Aquaman combined. Peter buckles under the pressure, something we can all relate to.
There is no denying that The Avengers is a good film. The Avengers Source: Marvel Studios The storylines Marvel has a continuous, cohesive world both on the page and on the screen. However, his Superman point bypassed this at least a little with reference to it's enormous impact on super-heroes to come. I think Manwhohaseverything really got to the heart of the issue. People know Superman,Batman,Robin,Wonder Woman,and The Joker.
The fact that it packs such a profound emotional punch, however, is what really makes it work. Shows like Justice League and Young Justice introduced a plethora of lesser known characters for the audiences. As far as assassins go, Black Widow has proven herself to be more than a match to even the most powerful of enemies. There are also more movies that have been made based on the Marvel heroes. Marvels is convoluted but not 3 Crisis a few semi reboots convoluted with a few What If Stories that are kind of cannon but only if the writer wants it to be cannon. Finally, one keynote to remember is the impact of 3D.
In Marvel, The Avengers seek to protect their world from powerful threats by obtaining more power, and artifacts that would effectively make them akin to gods. The Avengers, as mentioned before, has been a huge help in continuing the storylines of many of the recent major crossovers. Neither way is really right or wrong, but they both play to a slightly differant audience. They should have started the New 52 by using the Animate Justice League roster, and then slowly letting things grow organically from there. Comic prices have been going up faster than inflation the past few decades and readers have steered clear of getting caught collection new monthly titles. Characters like Iron Man, Captain America and Thor were virtually unknown to the general public before their movies came out.
Simmons is especially important for having personified Jameson on the big screen in the early Spider-Man franchise. Iron man perhaps, but this is due to the strength of his films and the kick start he gave to the avengers franchise. Don't expect that to last for much longer. A year later, it was written out of continuity. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services.
On the other hand, despite being savaged by most critics, Batman v Superman pulled in an impressive per Box Office Mojo. He gets beaten to death. With Superman, they have all but completely run out of ideas. . Batman, Superman, Aquaman, Animal Man, Wonder Woman. Superman has appeared in popular media for years, same as Batman. They should have also never put Cyborg away from the Titans.
He points out that Marvel is all about making money, which is a big reason for its success. Blood1991 said: Vance Astro: Most non comic readers only know Superman by name or from Smallville I don't know about that. Property wise, Marvel always seemed to more personable of the two giants. The continuity also transfers to the small screen with Agents of S. Both Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark serve as the poster boys for the image of the traditional billionaire superhero archetype. I agree they know more marvel characters but its largely due to the avengers.