Man of Steel (Henry Cavill) vs. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)

It's the first Thursday is the month and is time for the results of the monthly poll and the new question.

The results of the June poll - Which is the best genre franchise - is Star Wars (19.32%) followed by Star Trek (18.18%).

Here's the poll for July: With the success of Man of Steel the question comes up again.  Who makes better comic book movies: Marvel or DC?

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Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

The Dark Knight series are my favorite, and I am a DC fan, however - overall, Marvel wins this one.

Pat Dilloway said...

Marvels made more that's for sure but since 4 of my top 5 favorite superhero movies are DC I suppose I will pick them.

MedeiaSharif said...

This is tough. I can't decide.

Ciara said...

I'm not a huge fan of Superman. Probably because the worst date of my life was with the guy who played Superboy. He was young and full of himself.


I am biased to DC. I have collected Batman for a while now. I did collect Spawn in the 90's, but hated the movie.

He Geek She Geek said...

Definitely Marvel. They make movies that aren't ashamed of the fact that they are based on comic books

Tony Laplume said...

DC. They make movies that aren't the comic book stereotype.

james said...

neither. the correct answer is Image. (See alternate timeline #9)

He Geek She Geek said...

That would be the darkest timeline


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