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DC isn't getting a lot of credit, but they are telling some really great stories.

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@thelurker: you'd think "the house of ideas" would've done this by now. I'm not talking about some dumb avengers crossover either. Im talking about a good geopolitical story that pits those two countries against each other.

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I would really love a story that puts Wakanda against Latveria. That would be epic.

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The Kingpin is far and away the best villain Marvel has put on screen. He's the most fleshed out character and also the most intimidating. D'Onofrio's portrayal of him is both chilling and sympathetic.

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Tv...yeah. Movie? I'm not so sure. Maybe with a better director or creative team onboard

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I haven't seen Harley Quinn in anything I've read from DC.

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I like the tone that Warner Bros has for the DCEU. I believe films like the Green Lantern and Jonah Hex we Warner Bros attempts at making a Marvel type of movie. Both of those ventures were failures. The tone that Nolan established in his Batman series and Snyder also employed in MOS, works best for DC's properties. I'm looking forward to the realistic approach they're taking. I think it'll make for some amazing films and even more amazing stories.