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Marvel has a much healthier ecosystem when it comes to movies. DC has Batman and Superman and that's it.

 

DC should have focused more on their B grade superheroes when they were the top dogs. Instead they just kept on releasing Superman and Batman movies over and over again.

 

Wonder woman is still waiting for her big screen debut while fucking Elektra has her own movie.

 

Now DC has to rush the Justice League while everyone on the Avengers already established themselves with their own movies.

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Marvel has a much healthier ecosystem when it comes to movies. DC has Batman and Superman and that's it.

DC should have focused more on their B grade superheroes when they were the top dogs. Instead they just kept on releasing Superman and Batman movies over and over again.

Wonder woman is still waiting for her big screen debut while fucking Elektra has her own movie.

Now DC has to rush the Justice League while everyone on the Avengers already established themselves with their own movies.

If only they hadn't made such a weak GL movie :(

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I'm loving the Marvel movies right now and it's so good to see how it's all coming together.

Captain America: Civil War can't come soon enough. Ant Man looks as though it'll be a good watch as well.

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Didn't know who she was so watched this

To be honest, she doesn't sound all thaaat interesting as such, but given how great Daredevil was (likely to be crossovers too) I'm looking forward to it somewhat.

Definitely prefer more TV series over films. I feel like they're making too many films for me to keep interested (I've watched a lot of the new ones, but not the sequels like Thor 2, CA 2 etc). But Daredevil was a breath of fresh air as it was an origin story and wasn't restricted to appealing to kids, so the violence and gore was pretty hard hitting.

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Less than a month to go. 

Have you watched it yet?

I finished it yesterday. Definitely not as good as Daredevil. I didn't really enjoy it either, but it did get more interesting the more David Tenant was in it. Plus, this show has an unbelievable amount of shitty humans. Like, the only people I liked were Luke Cage and Kilgrave. I was on Kilgraves side and he's meant to be the villain..

I wasn't all that keen on the actor for Jessica. She just doesn't really.. fit the role. Out of place if you will. But then perhaps that ties in with her role within the universe in that she isn't really into the whole hero gig.

If I had to recommend one to someone who hadn't seen either, it would be Daredevil all day long.

 

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Is there any word on what the other series are that they plan to bring to Netflix? I'm kinda hoping for Blade myself. Though Blade without Snipes isn't really Blade is it..?

That reminds me of something actually...

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Legend.

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Ghost Rider on Agents of Shield has really surprised me. Its been very exciting to watch the character. I don't know who the actor is but I feel he does very well playing Ghost Rider. I am pretty bored of Skye always being the center of attention. I want to see more of Fitz and Simmons and also of Mack and Yoyo. 

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