With all of the super hero movies coming out in recent years, I wondered if people had a preference. I am a big Marvel fan ever since I collected comic books as a kid.
Definitely Marvel, the range of superhero characters were more iconic and memorable and still are with the fantastic four, captain america, spiderman and the avengers to name a few....
Marvel without a doubt! I am a BIG Stan Lee fan, so anything that he touched or had something to do with is on my favorites list. I find that the Marvel hero's do offer a deeper emotional connection with the reader, better back-stories, and a long lived fan base. Who wouldn't adore the spirited stories of the X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man (my all time favorite) and of course those hellion sketched bad boys like Doctor Doom, Green Goblin, Magneto and so many more.
If Budweiser is the king of beers, than Marvel is the king of comics.
I vote for the company that did NOT come up with either the Super Twins
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My 20 year old son would say, hands down Marvel! Let's see, Spiderman, X-Men, Captain America, The Hulk, Iron Man, Wolverine and Finally, Thor. We own all the released movies listed above!
I tend to agree with my son's vote as well!
I always prefered Marvel. The thing about D.C. is too many of their heroes dressed with capes, flew and fired beams from their eyes or hands. Just too similar.
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by optimus grimlock 7 years ago
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