If you’re aware of Marvel or DC comics, films or cartoons, you’re also aware of the on-going battle between these fan bases. Whether you’re a fan of Batman or the Hulk, you know that it’s a subject that can spellbind people. It appears that with the forth coming DC movies and Marvel’s progressing Cinematic Universe, this fan fight has turned out to be significantly more serious as fans battle it with comments on-line. The contention of DC versus Marvel won’t be understood in a blink of an eye. However, it’s high time that it drew to an end.
Here are five reasons this quarrel is strange and should stop!
1. Fans Feel A Need To Choose
One of the most concerning issues in the continuous quarrel is that fans feel they have to pick a side! I grew up watching Marvel kid’s shows and perusing Marvel funnies. I also grew up watching Adam West’s Batman. At the same time, I constantly adored the monstrous Marvel universe. Currently, I’ve gone gaga for Flash. Furthermore, I’m one of a handful who really cherished the Green Lantern film! I have truly delighted in both franchises. It’s difficult to not love the Flash TV program. Since I didn’t grow up with DC, I appreciate the Flarrowverse on the grounds that I don’t have a clue about the comic stories. As a result, I never comprehend what will happen next! Why can’t I appreciate watching Flash and at the same time assert that Wolverine and the X-Men are my most loved superheroes? Sadly, the Marvel/DC fan base is so split up that when a discussion regarding superheroes comes up, I generally wind up feeling committed to protect Marvel. After all, it’s what I’ve grown up with. I’m likewise investing in the characters since I know how profound and rich they can be. I feel compelled to make a choice between Marvel and DC instead of being permitted to appreciate both! We have to change this. We should urge others to become acquainted with both the Marvel and DC universes! If we can prove to each other how awesome these long running characters are, we’ll effortlessly see each other’s point of view.
2. Both The Universes Would Not Exist Without the X-Men or Spider-Man Movies
Even though DC has been doing superhero films before Marvel, in 1987 Superman IV didn’t even get back the budget amount and holds a 11% on Rotten Tomatoes. Within ten years and two fizzled Batman movies later, both Marvel and DC drew to a conclusion that superhero movies weren’t feasible. They also realized that people in general didn’t need them. Marvel was truly battling monetarily and with this new conviction, they sold the film rights of a few of their beloved characters including Spider-Man and the X-Men. In 2000, X-Men was released by Fox Studios and in 2002 Sony released Spider-Man. Both movies did exceptionally well as action adventure movies. Both movies had sequels which were better than the originals! Both franchises reinvigorated the superhero class. Marvel and DC understood that superhero movies could be adored by standard film viewers. It’s then that we had the new Batman trilogy and Iron Man which started the MCU. Fact of the matter is that both the first X-Men and Spider-trilogies didn’t hit the mark. However, by then the studios acknowledged the amount of potential there was and how hungry the fans were for their most loved heroes to hit the big screen!