@ballpointhero: If they're trying to make it more modern, the idea of a kid stealing tires off the Batmobile might be too ridiculous. Stealing drugs actually works well with the whole 'kid off the streets' idea.
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@fodigg: Iron Man had been carrying his own series prior to the the movie, and was a very popular character to even casual comic book fans. He wasn't a household name like he is now, but he was still one of Marvel's top characters.
@justthatkid: Wasn't trying to put anyone down, but no movies like that are gonna be made in the near future. I'm sure if superhero films don't get stale to the public, they'll start making movies for more obscure heroes, but right now it's not happening. Production companies aren't gonna throw huge tons of money and resources for characters that only hard-core fans know about.
I would enjoy an indie superhero film if it were possible...
@fodigg: Realistically, Wonder Woman is the only on this list that will actually happen. None of the other characters have enough name recognition or comic history to make a good film with.
Wonder Woman. If they really want to get out of Marvel's shadow in the movie industry, they need to make this, and make it right. The first major female super-heroine with a movie. They just need to make sure the tone isn't one of a superhero movie, but more like that of Greek mythology.
Also, right now, it feels like DC is just playing catch-up with Marvel, but what they really need to do is make this movie universe in their own way. We can't and shouldn't have a Cyborg movie that's like Iron Man, or an Aqua Man movie that's like Thor. It can't just be a bunch of individual superheroes in their own movies, followed by a movie where the heroes come together to take down an alien invasion or whatever. DC has to find a way to differentiate their universe from Marvel's. Superman vs Batman is a really great step in that different direction.
@2cool4fun: Detective Comics is pretty good right now. The Emperor Penguin arc and the Wraith arc were enjoyable. Jason Fabok's art alone might make it worth the read.
And I mean no disrespect to the writer, but no one should be reading Dark Knight. It's bad.
@captain13: I'm a minority too, so I kinda get what your saying, but I think this series is about the present day JL getting sent to the future. The just happen to be all white. I would like some diversity as well, but the writer did say he would be adding to the team, so hopefully we'll get some then.