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#1 Edited by teamextrodinary15 (2232 posts) - - Show Bio

if ur superhero character had to choose sides of an upcoming war in the middle of nowhere between marvel superheroes and dc superheroes whose side r u on to help fight the other team????

#2 Posted by Destinyhero20 (382 posts) - - Show Bio

Boths sides
#3 Posted by Citizen 14 (1236 posts) - - Show Bio

DC.

#4 Posted by castleking (24119 posts) - - Show Bio
it depends on the participants...........
 
i mean if spidey, cap and logan are facing off with spectre, BA i would side with DC....
#5 Posted by darkestknight2.0--defunct (-60 posts) - - Show Bio

i really am torn i only read DC for the batman titles and well i read Marvel for the dark avengers and captain america
#6 Posted by Bluefreak978@gmail.com (7 posts) - - Show Bio

I am definitely on DC because of pics like this.

By the way anybody know what comic this is from exactly with crimson fox?
#7 Posted by castleking (24119 posts) - - Show Bio
i stop reading marvel completely due to the crappy writing and inaccurate portrayals of some of my favorite heroes... i hope they get sued...
 
ill back DC
#8 Posted by Malin (11 posts) - - Show Bio

DC comics, at least they know how to translate something into motion picture. Marvel pretty much slayed all their characters, except for wolverine and some fantastic 4 moments.

#9 Posted by Lunacyde (19129 posts) - - Show Bio
@castleking said:
"i stop reading marvel completely due to the crappy writing and inaccurate portrayals of some of my favorite heroes... i hope they get sued...
 
ill back DC "

You would know better than the writers.
#10 Posted by castleking (24119 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lunacyde said:
" @castleking said:
"i stop reading marvel completely due to the crappy writing and inaccurate portrayals of some of my favorite heroes... i hope they get sued...
 
ill back DC "
You would know better than the writers. "
umm... yeah... when it comes to keeping track of characters power sets and history a fan would be more likely to know then a random writer that is given a few month run on a comic... it should be obvious as all hell when you see a guy having or losing a power without explanation and writers admitting they forgot or refuse to answer the question... we could sit here all day and point out inconsistencies of our heroes all day if you like.
#11 Posted by Lunacyde (19129 posts) - - Show Bio

It's part of comics. Just because I don't like the way a certain writer portrays a favorite character of mine doesn't mean i'm going to whine and complain about it. Fans are also severely biased so I don't trust them any more than the writers.
#12 Posted by J.C. (600 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel

#13 Posted by castleking (24119 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lunacyde said:
" It's part of comics. Just because I don't like the way a certain writer portrays a favorite character of mine doesn't mean i'm going to whine and complain about it. Fans are also severely biased so I don't trust them any more than the writers. "
that wasnt your original comment, you asked if i would know more then the writer? chances are that the answer is yes.
#14 Posted by T.J. Magnum (27685 posts) - - Show Bio

DC.

#15 Posted by Lunacyde (19129 posts) - - Show Bio
@castleking said:
" @Lunacyde said:
" It's part of comics. Just because I don't like the way a certain writer portrays a favorite character of mine doesn't mean i'm going to whine and complain about it. Fans are also severely biased so I don't trust them any more than the writers. "
that wasnt your original comment, you asked if i would know more then the writer? chances are that the answer is yes.r
"

No, I asked if you know better how they should be portrayed. It is the writers JOB to write the character. They are not influenced by bias like a fan is, they are motivated to write it well because their job is on the line. If fanboys wrote their favorite characters the stories would suffer. You may think you know what is better for your favorite character, but you don't have to worry about how that effects all the other characters and the Univere i general like an actual writer does.
#16 Edited by castleking (24119 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lunacyde said:

" No, I asked if you know better how they should be portrayed. It is the writers JOB to write the character. They are not influenced by bias like a fan is, they are motivated to write it well because their job is on the line. If fanboys wrote their favorite characters the stories would suffer. You may think you know what is better for your favorite character, but you don't have to worry about how that effects all the other characters and the Univere i general like an actual writer does. "

so a character mysteriously losing a weapon or power he has had for four or five yrs is okay? and when the writers are interviewed they admit they forgot? that is okay?
 
or a writer actually doesnt know the character he is writing doesnt possess innate powers but is depended on tech so he writes him fighting and using powers out of uniform? thats okay to you?
 
or how about when the mad hatter is having a psychic duel with a midget  with TP? you think thats okay?
 
yeah okay whatever...

 
also i would think a fan would more then likely write better stories for their character and actually maintain if not increase the fanbase rather then lose long time readers 
#17 Posted by Yaujtapool (7577 posts) - - Show Bio

Image....... seriously though it would be Marvel .

#18 Posted by capall (8278 posts) - - Show Bio

dc
#19 Posted by reaper2923 (2778 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends on who's fighting who

#20 Posted by castleking (24119 posts) - - Show Bio
Cant i just piss on both of them? i am really angry with marvel but i hate DC period and i want to see both of them get their just desserts..
#21 Posted by The Crimson Nutcase (813 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel all the way!

#22 Posted by Power NeXus (9899 posts) - - Show Bio

DC invented the superhero, but Marvel perfected it. 
 
I'm backing Marvel.
#23 Posted by Portrait (4485 posts) - - Show Bio

DC all the way!

#24 Posted by Risky (12629 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel for sure, they're my favourites. If they loose I'll have nothing to read anymore.
 
"Hello people, I'm Risky and I'm a Marvel" ;p

#25 Posted by Satyrquaze (4542 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd be a Marvel character backing DC. 'Cause that's how I roll.

#26 Posted by thetitan0 (846 posts) - - Show Bio

marvel

#27 Posted by aztek_the_lost (28224 posts) - - Show Bio

DC obviously, while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma, the "unflawed" DC heroes will be kicking a$$!

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#28 Posted by tensor (4391 posts) - - Show Bio

DC

#29 Posted by TheDrifter (26555 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost said:
while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma
All of this is wrong. 
#30 Posted by aztek_the_lost (28224 posts) - - Show Bio
@TheDrifter said:
" @aztek the lost said:
while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma
All of this is wrong.  "
I know our society views it as wrong, but isn't that what Marvel's all about? putting human flaws in their superheroes? :P
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#31 Posted by Power NeXus (9899 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost said:
"DC obviously, while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma, the "unflawed" DC heroes will be kicking a$$! "

Meanwhile, all the readers will be flocking to Marvel because the ideal 'unflawed hero' became boring forty five years ago, and characters who have realistic, problem-ridden lives are much more interesting to read about.
#32 Posted by TheDrifter (26555 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost said:
"@TheDrifter said:
" @aztek the lost said:
while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma
All of this is wrong.  "
I know our society views it as wrong, but isn't that what Marvel's all about? putting human flaws in their superheroes? :P"
-_-
 
Spider-Man is'nt....that emo. 
 
Iron Man over came his drinking years ago.
 
Hank Pym's wife is dead and he did'nt kill her (see, I can think like a smart-ass :P). He actually really loved her, he was flawed yes, but he's currently taken the mantle of Wasp for her. 
 
Moonstone had sex with Noh-Varr in one issue of Dark Avengers, thats it.
 
And Cyclops, well I can't defend him since I hate him and Emma.
#33 Posted by aztek_the_lost (28224 posts) - - Show Bio

you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls...

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#34 Posted by thetitan0 (846 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost: poor, poor dc fanboy.
#35 Posted by #1ElderScrollsFan (1991 posts) - - Show Bio
@Destinyhero20 said:
" Boths sides "
#36 Posted by Lunacyde (19129 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost said:
"DC obviously, while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma, the "unflawed" DC heroes will be kicking a$$! "

This.
#37 Posted by spawndon (1373 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lunacyde said:
"@aztek the lost said:
"DC obviously, while Spider-Man's crying about his feelings, Iron Man's puking in a toilet, Moonstone's getting some action, Hank Pym's beating his wife and Cyclops is getting whipped by Emma, the "unflawed" DC heroes will be kicking a$$! "
This. "

Yup. Me too gowith DC.
#38 Posted by MichaeltheFly (6555 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel all the way.

#39 Posted by CosmicSpiral (5470 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm a pragmatic man, and I know the value of not being squashed under the boots of powerhouses of heroes like Superman and Dr. Fate. 

#40 Posted by Aronmorales (9434 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh man...I feel more DC inclined, but I'd side with Marvel.

#41 Posted by Power NeXus (9899 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "

So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? 
People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them.
#42 Posted by CosmicSpiral (5470 posts) - - Show Bio
@Power NeXus said:
" @aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "
So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them. "
...what are you talking about?
#43 Posted by Power NeXus (9899 posts) - - Show Bio
@CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "
So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them. "
...what are you talking about? "

I'm explaining why it's not a bad thing that Marvel portrays their characters in a realistic light, unlike DC.
#44 Posted by CosmicSpiral (5470 posts) - - Show Bio
@Power NeXus said:
" @CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "
So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them. "
...what are you talking about? "
I'm explaining why it's not a bad thing that Marvel portrays their characters in a realistic light, unlike DC. "
That's exactly what I mean. The very idea of superheroes is unrealistic, and DC's not exactly lacking in the 'realism' department. 
#45 Posted by Power NeXus (9899 posts) - - Show Bio
@CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "
So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them. "
...what are you talking about? "
I'm explaining why it's not a bad thing that Marvel portrays their characters in a realistic light, unlike DC. "
That's exactly what I mean. The very idea of superheroes is unrealistic, and DC's not exactly lacking in the 'realism' department.  "

ummm... did you mean to contradict yourself?
#46 Posted by Aronmorales (9434 posts) - - Show Bio


#47 Posted by CosmicSpiral (5470 posts) - - Show Bio
@Power NeXus said:
" @CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "
So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them. "
...what are you talking about? "
I'm explaining why it's not a bad thing that Marvel portrays their characters in a realistic light, unlike DC. "
That's exactly what I mean. The very idea of superheroes is unrealistic, and DC's not exactly lacking in the 'realism' department.  "
ummm... did you mean to contradict yourself? "
Every claim you've made is false concerning the lack of 'realism' in DC. 
#48 Posted by OblivionKnight (3356 posts) - - Show Bio

Ima go with dc. People say all that makes dc great is Superman and Batman, but is that a bad thing necessarily?
#49 Posted by Aronmorales (9434 posts) - - Show Bio
@OblivionKnight said:
" Ima go with dc. People say all that makes dc great is Superman and Batman, but is that a bad thing necessarily? "
No, but it is overdone.
#50 Posted by Power NeXus (9899 posts) - - Show Bio
@CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @CosmicSpiral said:
" @Power NeXus said:
" @aztek the lost said:
"you Marvel lovers can continuing to live in denial, but I know the truth and I pray for your souls... "
So you actually like reading about a world in which virtually all superhuman beings have planet-busting-demigod level power, the sides of 'right' and 'wrong' are always very clearly defined in all fights and situations, and characters' vigilante lives are constantly portrayed as having little or no negative effect on the characters attempts to have any kind of normal life when not wearing a mask? People like reading Marvel because the characters are made realistic enough that the reader can actually relate to them as people. We don't strain our necks having to look up to them. "
...what are you talking about? "
I'm explaining why it's not a bad thing that Marvel portrays their characters in a realistic light, unlike DC. "
That's exactly what I mean. The very idea of superheroes is unrealistic, and DC's not exactly lacking in the 'realism' department.  "
ummm... did you mean to contradict yourself? "
Every claim you've made is false concerning the lack of 'realism' in DC.  "

First you said that superheroes are automatically completely unrealistic. 
Then you said that DC (which is known for having a lot of planet-busting superheroes) is not lacking in realism. 
 I am very confused by this. Are you saying that DC is realistic or unrealistic?