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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:05:16 No.71364374

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>“DC, of course, is trying to catch up to Marvel,” Lee tells the Toronto Sun at the recent GIlette/Stark Industries event. “More power to them. It’s good if everybody does well, but they’re certainly starting from a ways back. They have a lot of catching up to do. But (the problem is) Marvel has so many heroes. DC just has Superman, Batman and maybe Wonder Woman. Perhaps they’ll use The Flash. Green Lantern wasn’t very successful, but we’ll see.”

Ah go do another cameo ya old bat!

http://comicbook.com/2015/04/17/stan-lee-says-dc-has-a-lot-of-catching-up-to-do-with-marvel-movi/


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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:06:27 No.71364406
DC did it first with the DCAU, and Star Trek did it before both of them.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:08:31 No.71364466
>>71364374
>that smug shit eating grin

The Stan man knows he's being patronizing as fuck, it must be fun to be winning the war.

Seriously, Marvel having more heroes than DC? I'm a Marvelfag and even I'll admit that DC has way more iconic characters. But that the point I guess, Marvel is killing it so hard that Stan Lee can just blatantly lie like that with a smile on his face and nobody will care.

Kinda funny.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:09:39 No.71364503
>>71364406
And Arthurian mythology did it before any of them, and the Greco-Roman and Norse pantheons did it before those.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:10:12 No.71364521
>>71364374

Oh no, an out of touch and irrelevant figurehead said something that was out of touch and irrelevant.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:10:50 No.71364537
He's got a pretty good point though; each publisher has a ton of characters but DC hasn't really made good use of more than a handful of them while Marvel has developed quite a few different franchises.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:12:39 No.71364585
>>71364466
>DC has way more iconic characters
Such as?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:15:38 No.71364669
>>71364585
Basically the entire Justice League was more iconic than any Marvel characters besides Spider-Man, Hulk, and Wolverine until a few years ago.

I mean, that's not true anymore because of the MCU, now characters like fucking Star Lord are bigger than Green Lantern or Martian Manhunter(even Aquaman, though he was closer to infamous than iconic,) but it was definitely true not that long ago.

Again, I'm a Marvelfag and I think Marvel is kicking the shit out of DC in the movie department currently, but you can't argue that DC characters aren't (or weren't) more iconic.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:15:40 No.71364673
He's right, they don't have as many heroes.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:18:41 No.71364766
>>71364374

How old is Stan now? 95? He should just stop giving interviews and going to cons (I think he may just have recently stopped) They only ask his opinion about Marvel when he left years ago, but he just keeps taking. Dikto admitts that he doesn't remember a lot from when he worked at Marvel so he just doesn't try to remember and gave up interviews about the past. Stan should just stop trying to getting more attention than his cameos already give him.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:21:04 No.71364828
>>71364766
>Stan should just stop trying to getting more attention than his cameos already give him.

Why?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:22:35 No.71364863
>>71364585
>Literally the first, if not most iconic, superhero
>The god-damn Batman
>The first face of feminism in comics; Wonder Woman

Marvel has Spider-Man.

So 200% more in the iconic characters department for DC.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:22:38 No.71364865
>>71364374
> But (the problem is) Marvel has so many heroes. DC just has Superman, Batman and maybe Wonder Woman. Perhaps they’ll use The Flash. Green Lantern wasn’t very successful, but we’ll see.”
this can't be real.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:22:59 No.71364873
Well now I see why everyone who works at Marvel is an insufferable faggot on social media. They all take their cues from Stan the Manchild. No wonder Breevort, Slott, and all the rest are shit.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:23:13 No.71364876
DC has more iconic heroes. They just can't figure out how to capitalize on that.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:25:51 No.71364943
>>71364863
Spider-man alone outsells the entire DC franchise though

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:26:28 No.71364959
>>71364876
Are we sure DC is to blame and not WB? The suits just want Avengers dollars and are fucking everything up in an effort to get there as quick as they can.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:26:31 No.71364962
Marvels only iconic hero was Hulk, only thanks to the movies Ironman, Cap and Thor became more famous and popular. So DC has a much better starting point in this matter.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:26:46 No.71364970
>>71364585
In terms of truly iconic DC definitely has more characters than Marvel. But I would say Marvel is a bit more balanced when it comes to character popularity than DC. Everyone around the world knows Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Green Lantern. But not too many would be able to list second and third tier DC characters. It also helped Marvel to have a lot more focus on teams and groups.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:26:53 No.71364973
Oh man, all this DC butthurt!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:26:54 No.71364974
>>71364863
Hulk? Captain America? Sniktbub?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:27:58 No.71365000
>>71364374
>"Green Lantern wasn’t very successful, but we’ll see.”

Hal Jordan was a miss, true. I'd love to see them do a film about Guy tho. Just get someone alá Chris Pratt to play him, and make the villain Parallax Hal, as a little wink, with dialogue to reflect this.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:28:33 No.71365023
>>71364959
DC can't stand up to the WB suits

Why didn't Didio, Johns or Morrison give MOS a read-through and veto stuff?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:28:48 No.71365033
>>71364974
The name sniktbub always makes me giggle

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:28:53 No.71365036
>>71364959
>Are we sure DC is to blame and not WB?
WB is to blame completely since they're the ones making these movies.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:28:57 No.71365040
>>71364863
>Marvel has Spider-Man.
Also Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Wolverine, The X Men in general, etc...

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:29:26 No.71365053
>>71364959
>Marvel released 5 movies before Avengers
bravo!

>DC is releasing 4 movies before Justice League
they're rushing things!!!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:29:52 No.71365066
>>71364943
Actually Batman sells more than Spiderman. You can look it up.
iirc Superman's in third place.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:29:58 No.71365071
>>71364503
And Ungabunga and Grognark did it before fucking anybody!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:30:40 No.71365089
>>71364974
I'll give you Hulk.

Normies didn't have a clue about Cap until his first film, so arguably not iconic. Sniktbub was/is more well known, but again, this could be because of the 90s X-Men cartoon, and the recent movies.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:30:41 No.71365090
>>71364828

Because he is old and talks nonsense. In a (relative) small con someone asked him about his intention of the X-men and bigotry, he said that his intention was always to show the prejudice in the United States at the time and that Xavier and Magneto were parallels to MLK and Malcom X.
Of course he never wrote that, the parallels of racism started after he left, at most it was about anti semitism, but still it was not really well implied.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:30:47 No.71365092
>>71365040
The iron-man comics are mediocre at best though and Marvel wants to replace the x-men with the inhumans.
Unless this thread only talks about movies.
Everyone loves RDJ iron-man

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:30:54 No.71365095
>>71365023
Because WB owns them and they did not ask. You think Marvel writers have any say in the movies? No, Disney was just smart enough to get directors and writers that give a damn about comics

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:32:24 No.71365134
>>71365023
This is the main problem with DC's movies.
The dollar guides WB's action, not DC's wants and wishes, and WB just wants to repeat their success with the Harry Potter movies.
Hopefully with the new one coming out, they cut DC some slack.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:33:21 No.71365162
>>71365053
DC really needs that Iron Man 2 quality film though! without it how can they possibly set up the JL! I mean look at all the ground work IM2 laid!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:34:10 No.71365187
>>71365066
This graph should be outdated then.
Marvel is still way above DC as a whole though

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:34:22 No.71365195
>>71364374
>Gettin rekt by Stan Lee even

god damn, can you lose any harder

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:34:35 No.71365200
>>71364943
>>71365023

I only wish Nolan would have vetoes Snyder and Goyer over snapping Zod's neck, would have made /co/ 50% less of a shithole

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:34:54 No.71365207
>>71365134
>he thinks disney isn't controlled by the dollar
>doesn't recognize that IM's sequels were all dollar controlled copies of the first movie

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:35:18 No.71365215
>>71365195
Stan Lee has always talk shit tho.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:35:36 No.71365222
>>71365195
Stan Lee shits on everybody, even his own company. He has reached that I am to old to give a shit phase

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:35:51 No.71365225
>>71365207
Everything these companies do is motivated by profit, no shit.

Difference is: one is smart, the other isn't.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:36:35 No.71365248
>>71364374
Is he talking about movies or comics?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:36:49 No.71365249
>>71365040
Those characters just haven't really enter the cultural lexicon like Superman and Batman has tho.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:36:50 No.71365250
>>71365090
>Because he is old and talks nonsense.

That is not a problem to him, he has nothing to fear since he is old. Maybe interviewers should stop seeking him out? Maybe you shouldn't pay attention if it triggers you? Stan can talk all he pleases.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:36:57 No.71365253
>>71365195
Just wait for the GotG/Star Wars crossover.

There'll be no coming back after that.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:37:32 No.71365270
>>71365092
>Unless this thread only talks about movies.
I thought that was what we were talking about

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:37:33 No.71365271
>>71365248
Movie

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:37:45 No.71365274
>>71365187
Huh, you know what, I think I remembered it wrong.
Marvel has more shipments and sales sure, but it's all due to the recent MCU.
Maybe it's because I grew up with the DCAU but Superman and Batman have always been the posterboys of superheroism.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:38:00 No.71365286
>>71365249
Except they have? Once you get a successful movie - SERIES of movies - you're in.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:38:59 No.71365309
>>71365095
>Disney was just smart enough to get directors and writers that give a damn about comics

Nope, they got competent directors and writers. Giving a shit about comics is of little relevance.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:39:50 No.71365327
>>71365250

What I mean is that he could talk all he want about his own projects (he has a fair share) but people just keep reaching out for him for Marvel and only Marvel, he could at least say 'hey, I worked there almost 50 years ago! I don't know.' Instead of just nodding and answering how the asked wants to be answered.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:40:31 No.71365349
>>71365000

>get star lord to play the most unpopular green lantern

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:40:41 No.71365356
>>71365225
And exactly what are you basing that off of? How do you grade a companies "intelligence" here? Because Marvel was first to the game?

It's long been understood that Iron Man was a fluke and in the right place at the right time. Disney just happened to have the resources it needed to capitalize while WB still profited off Harry Potter.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:41:23 No.71365373
>>71365092
Well Stan was talking about the movies but >>71364466 anon said that DC has WAY more iconic characters and while that may have been true before its not true now

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:41:36 No.71365379
>>71364374
I love how Marvel always comes off as the sore winner, its almost marvelous how even when they manage to have a working cinematic universe they are incredibly self concious about DC.
Maybe they see that making 99% of their universe a joke for tumblr and reddit is not going to end up well for them.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:41:45 No.71365384
>>71365309
>competent directors and writers

So Iron Man 2 and 3, Thor 1 and 2, and Avengers just don't exist right?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:42:00 No.71365394
>>71364970
Really I feel like DC gives their B-lister better treatment than Marvel does to theirs. Animal man and Doom patrol have classic runs with Morrison While prople still fobdly remember JLI Which was nothing but B list.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:42:20 No.71365408
>>71365356
>It's long been understood that Iron Man was a fluke
Any source for that?
Or do you seriously think Marvel just threw a random movie into the wind and said "fuck it"?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:42:22 No.71365410
>>71365384
I found those movies fun to watch

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:42:49 No.71365424
>>71365092
>Unless this thread only talks about movies.
Obviously. /co/ doesn't read comics, we just care about licensed movies and TV shows.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:43:06 No.71365431
>>71365384
>Avengers
Ah, the meme that never gets old.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:43:10 No.71365433
>>71365286
Superman and Batman have been world famous for 75 years.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:43:11 No.71365434
>>71365309

Thor 1 and Green Lantern had two of the most competent directors of recent cape-movies... and look how that turned out.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:43:57 No.71365465
>>71365408
>Or do you seriously think Marvel just threw a random movie into the wind and said "fuck it"?
Thats exactly what they did.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:43:58 No.71365467
>>71364466
dc's characters are more iconic; I. E Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and to a lesser extent Flash and GL.

Marvel has 100 kabillion X-Men, 10 KabillionAvengers, the Fantastic Four and Spider-Man that are recognizable.

Only Spidey competes on the iconic playing field with Bats and Supes, (and by some metrics exceeds them) but recognizable, iconic (with a lower case i) Marvel characters outnumber dc by a wide margin.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:44:07 No.71365469
>>71365249
Are you kidding me? Everyone in the world knows who the Avengers and X men are.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:44:23 No.71365478
>>71365431
>3rd highest grossing film of all time

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:44:26 No.71365481
>>71365327
>What I mean is that he could talk all he want about his own projects (he has a fair share) but people just keep reaching out for him for Marvel and only Marvel, he could at least say 'hey, I worked there almost 50 years ago! I don't know.' Instead of just nodding and answering how the asked wants to be answered.

You don't get it, why would he do that? What possible motivation would he have to not answer those questions? He doesn't care, he gives no shits who is offended or who doesn't like his answers. He never has.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:44:37 No.71365489
>>71365286
Batman and Superman are literally Icons. People immediately recognize their symbols.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:45:11 No.71365513
>>71364669
Martian Manhunter has never been in the same ballpark as iconic.

He's cool,but if you didn't grow up with Justice League in comic or cartoon form, you've never fucking heard of him.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:45:42 No.71365530
>>71365469
Same for Superman and Batman.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:46:24 No.71365563
>>71364766
>telling a 95 year old man that likes attention to stop trying to get attention because you don't like what he says

fuck you, man.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:46:42 No.71365571
>>71365489
And people immediately recognize Spiderman and Captain America

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:47:09 No.71365586
>Only marvel gets away with talking shit about different companies
Also why are they so fucking obsessed with trashtalking?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:47:10 No.71365587
>>71365469
do the Avengers really have the same status as Batman or Superman in Pop culture though?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:47:48 No.71365601
>>71365530
Yes so why are you arguing that they are more iconic?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:48:00 No.71365607
>>71365410
Hey fun comes in all shapes and sizes but we're talking about competent directing and good writing. I'm a fan of camp and trashy writing as much as they next guy but we should at least stick to the specified terms.

>>71365431
Avengers is hardly any pinacle of cinema. It's a over told story with explosions and conclusion to a several year marketing campaign to make people care about heroes they didn't know existed until 2006. If we were to translate it into a comicbook this board would shit all over it. But because it's the first showing of a Big-2 Superhero team on the big screen it gets a pass for several of it's failures as a movie.

>>71365478
Good thing money doesn't determine quality.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:48:07 No.71365612
>>71365465
So...no sources then?
I think we're done here.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:48:22 No.71365622

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:48:31 No.71365628
>>71365408

IM and The Avengers was planned from the beginning but its success was purely a fluke

The way they made that movie nobody expected them to be a success. Later nobody expected it to be the foundation of RDJ practically being the biggest Hollywood personality

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:48:48 No.71365641
>>71365587
They didn't before the movie but now yes

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:49:17 No.71365652
>>71365601
Cause they are. Not even talking shit this is just a basic fact.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:49:23 No.71365658
>>71365349
>implying you wouldn't ironically enjoy a film about the biggest dick in the GLC just being a dick

Someone LIKE Chris Pratt, just not Chris Pratt.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:49:48 No.71365672
>>71365089
>Yeah but they weren't popular before 30 years ago
Okay

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:50:00 No.71365676
DC:

A+ Tier:
- Superman
- Batman

A-List:
- Wonder Woman
- Catwoman
- Robin
- Flash

B-List:
- Green Lantern
- Aquaman
- Green Arrow
- Supergirl
- Shazam


Marvel:

A+ Tier:
-Spider-man

A-List:
- Hulk
- Wolverine
- Ironman

B-List:
- Captain America
- Thor
- Fantastic Four
- Ghost Rider
- Punisher
- Daredevil

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:50:01 No.71365677
If you want a laugh, listen to Stan Lee on that episode of Fatman on Batman. He speaks (on and off) about the character in a respectful and mildly interesting way for an hour, and then in the last 2 minutes slips in the knife with the casual admission that he has never read even one issue of Batman in his life.

>mfw

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:50:13 No.71365685
>>71365607
>If we were to translate it into a comicbook this board would shit all over it.

Oh no! /co/'s opinion would be bad!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:50:23 No.71365690
>>71365641
I doubt it. They got hype but not the deep rooted History of these characters.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:50:51 No.71365699
>>71365607
I think you just have the movie, and want others to hate it as well.
That doesn't make the movie bad, and popular opinion disagrees with you regardless.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:51:07 No.71365707
>>71365612
Interviews with the teams confirm as much. Iron Man was an experiment. A very cautious one that was going to determined if Marvel ever was going to have a place in controlling their own movies. Just look at the huge spike in budget production after it's success. Or how Hulk was still attached to Paramont in order to finish production.

I know it's easy to sit backa nd think "gee these guys are so smart! They just knew it was going to be a smash" but they weren't. They were all scared as fuck because comic movies (aside from Batman) had all been shit for the past decade and in decline.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:51:56 No.71365730
>DC of course is trying to catch up to Marvel
Hey, remember that time Marvel stole DC characters and reskinned them back in the day?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:51:56 No.71365731
>>71365707
What interviews?
You're just typing out what you think happened without giving any proof.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:52:03 No.71365734
>>71365607
>92% reviews / 91% audience score on RT
Sure
>inb4 G-good thing reviews d-don't determine quality!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:52:05 No.71365735
>>71365677
>the casual admission that he has never read even one issue of Batman in his life.

B A S E D
A
S
E
D

Can't can the Man!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:52:07 No.71365737
>>71365690
That because the movies are only a few years old. 50 years from now they will be just as if not more iconic than Bats and Sups

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:52:12 No.71365738
>>71365066
Batman comics place higher on the sales charts than Spider-man. Most of the time (7, 8 months out of the year right now, but last month, Spidey was in the top ten twice and batman not at all)
Less if you count their respective families of books.

Superman isn't even top twenty. Harley Quinn does waaaaay better than supes in comics sales.

merchandising, it's like that other anon's charts- there's just about more Spidey licensing than Batman, Superman and the Avengers put together.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:52:27 No.71365745
>>71365089
>Normies didn't have a clue about Cap until his first film, so arguably not iconic
actually normies know him from the marvel super heroes marvel vs capcom
same with iron man and hulk

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:52:48 No.71365760
>>71364503
Epic of Gilgamesh did it first

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:53:18 No.71365775
>>71365652
Not yet.
Wait a few decades

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:53:24 No.71365778
>>71365731
Not him but I remember similar things said in the Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe documentary.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:53:33 No.71365782
>>71365571
5 years ago, if you showed an image of Cap's shield to a normie, they wouldn't have guessed who it belonged to.

Hell, even the reference they dropped in Iron Man 2 was probably missed by most. I caught it and mentioned it once we left the cinema to a response of "Who's Captain America?"

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:53:45 No.71365788
>>71365685
Who said anything about /co/? It's not as if there aren't example after example of a similar story to the Avengers movie already being produced. None of them particularly well received by any means.

>>71365699
I don't hate the movie. It's fun when in certain moods. But it's not anything to write home about either. Calling it "good" is a stretch. Call it entertaining if anything.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:54:14 No.71365798
>>71364466
An Icon is just something you move into the recycle bin because no one uses desktop shortcuts.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:54:15 No.71365800
>>71365760
>Epic of Gilgamesh
it was just a rehash of a story in the akashic records though

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:54:34 No.71365818
You heard it here, DCucks. You'll only ever be playing catchup.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:54:41 No.71365823
>>71365745
>normies
>videogames

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:54:52 No.71365828
>>71365730
Marvel has never stolen a single character.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:55:01 No.71365833
>>71365788
>If we were to translate it into a comicbook this board would shit all over it.
>this board
>Who said anything about /co/?

Jesus, kid, get some air. You've been inhaling fart fumes for too long.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:55:15 No.71365843
>>71365782
>5 years ago
Good thing it's not 2010 anymore!

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:55:57 No.71365861
>>71365672
I'm not denying popularity here, I'm arguing their status as icons.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:55:59 No.71365864
>>71365586
>Only marvel gets away with talking shit about different companies

Stan Lee was asked for a comment, he commented. He hasn't been with Marvel for several decades now. You idiots seem to also forget he did work for DC, too.

>Also why are they so fucking obsessed with trashtalking?

Umm, I believe the only actual shots fired was a jackass who can't act writing "FUCK MARVEL" across his signed poster and looking pathetic for it.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:56:01 No.71365865
>>71365823
>2d fighting games
>not normalcore
pick one

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:56:05 No.71365868
>>71365818
Until the movie bubble pops, they lose all their biggest actors as their contracts expire one by one and Marvel are left with a bunch of shitty web series.

The quality of Marvel movies has been dipping since Avengers.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:56:14 No.71365871
>>71365734
No, RT doesn't determine quality. Their critics section is full of amateur bloggers who have credit with the site but outside of RT aren't exactly held in any regard.

By comparison the critics section of Metacritic has Avengers down to 69 which is about where I think any unbiased review would mark it.

http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-avengers-2012

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:11 No.71365905
>>71365782
The people you talk to are dumb. I've never met anyone in my life who hadn't at least heard of Captain America. They might not know shit about his comics but they know he exists

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:15 No.71365908
>>71365676
>What DCFags actually believe

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:26 No.71365915
>>71365775
>>71365737
These movies are fun but I can't see the public's interest in them lasting that long.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:39 No.71365921
>>71364374
>Marvel has so many heroes. DC just has Superman, Batman and maybe Wonder Woman.

Okay:
>Avengers were not as popular as the X-Men and Spider-Man.
>Avengers only began to gain popularity in the early 2000s onwards up to the movie that skyrocketed them.
>Take the 90s where the popular cartoons were Spider-Man and X-Men.
>Take the 60s where Spider-Man and Fantastic Four were popular.

The truth is movies helped them get other characters to the forefront. Spider-Man and the X-Men were not avaliable to them.

All DC needs is a few successful movies to do the same. And yes they are behind and need to catch up.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:39 No.71365922
>>71364374

> Marvel spends 40 years trying to catch up to DC in terms of movies
> lol, we've been on top for 4 years now!

Marvelfags really are retards

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:45 No.71365924
>>71365823
>Vidya
>not normie central
kekd
/v/ pls

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:57:48 No.71365926
>>71365833
Ah, my apologies. I meant to be far more general with that first sentence then to try and pin any sort of analysis to strictly this board. You're quite right to call me on that. This board is frequently shit when it comes to reviews.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:58:15 No.71365939
>>71365738
Arkham knight was #9 last month. That's Batmannish.


Marvel's Star Wars comics are going to change the face of the top ten for a long fucking time.

DC is going to have to do some serious Batman shit to keep their market share up.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:58:58 No.71365957
>>71365828
Sure they have. Thanos is Darkseid and Deadpool is Deathstroke And everyone knows it.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:59:14 No.71365974
>>71365915
Its the biggest movie franchise in history. You honestly think people won't remember it for years to come?

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:59:31 No.71365981
>>71365922
> Marvel spends 40 years trying to catch up to DC in terms of movies
>the almighty mouse does it in 4
get rekd comic cucks, cartoons rule you now

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:59:37 No.71365984
>>71365843
I'm using 2010 as a more reliable time frame. After May 2011, normies would have known it.

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Anonymous 2015-04-18 18:59:58 No.71365994
>>71365861
If you show a random person any of their symbols, they'd recognise them. If you ask them to describe the character's backstory, they'd be able to.
They're iconic characters, even if they weren't 30 years ago.







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