Here is it: the great debate. Which company has better characters? Which has better stories? Which has better heroes and villains? The answer isn’t black and white. These comic book companies have been around for decades. Each has had many hits and misses throughout the years. My personal opinion is that there is a clear winner. Or, I should say, they win. Let me explain.
Comic books have jumped out of the book and landed on the movie screen. I’ll get right down to it. Marvel has better movies. The movie universe they created was done carefully and with formula. People often mock Marvel for using a certain “formula” for their movies. However, if it gets people into the theater, I don’t see anything wrong with that. DC, on the other hand, has had a more challenging time at the box office.
Avengers was released only after each main character had their own movie first. This allowed audiences to get acquainted with the characters. Justice League, on the other hand, felt like a forced movie. I’m a fan of the Flash character, but most people don’t know who he is. Even worse is Cyborg. Nobody cares about Cyborg. There was a rumor that Cyborg was getting his own movie. I hope that doesn’t happen. Because if it does, it will flop.
DC has had some great movies, however. Even Marvel fans can agree that the Dark Knight trilogy was a high point in the DC cinematic universe. The only thing is that those were stand-alone movies. Christian Bale is no longer Batman. Now, Batman is played by Ben Affleck, who is a worthy actor for the role. In closing, it’s really personal opinion as to which company puts out better movies. At the end of the day, we should all be thankful there are so many of those movies made. Until the next movie comes out, take a look at some impact windows: http://stormguardwindowanddoor.com/miami-impact-windows/