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Which mantle, which is usually one person, works better as a legacy character, i.e. Green Lantern?

Which mantle, which is usually one person, works better as a legacy character, i.e. Green Lantern?

Batman

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Spider-Man

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Batman

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Andrew Cozzini
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Andrew Cozzini

Definitely Batman! I think this is because fans are used to Batman being more malleable, as Kane and Finger's Batman was a pretty basic, archetypal character that had an awesome motif. As such, the only real qualifiers are being someone who suffered a crime-related tragedy and stands against crime.

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Spider-Man

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Alex007
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Alex007

The idea that anybody could be Spider-Man is a quintessential characteristic of the core of the character, you can be rich, poor, black or white and still be Spider-Man, even Stan said that's why he wears a full face mask, so it naturally follows that he is the best legacy heroes ever created.

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jaredd
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jaredd

I feel like the point of Spider-Man is that anybody can be Spider-Man. Miles and Peter are different characters with their own upbringings. It’s not the same for Batman. Bruce Wayne IS Batman. Only Bruce can really understand what it means to be Batman on a more intimate, personal level in my eyes.

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Gregor Tolyns
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Gregor Tolyns

Honestly I believe that Miles is the best example and most successful example of a legacy character ever, in just a little over a decade he has been in animated TV shows, animated movies, and video games, and now a sizeable part of the fandom considers him THE Spider-Man.

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Which of these Star Trek villains would be a better rogue for Superman?

Which of these Star Trek villains would be a better rogue for Superman?

Khan

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The Borg

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Khan

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The Borg

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ElliotRob101
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ElliotRob101

Resistance is futile

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Which movie was more of a one-trick pony? Maybe shouldn't have had sequels?

Which movie was more of a one-trick pony? Maybe shouldn't have had sequels?

Jurassic Park

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Halloween

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Jurassic Park

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Brian Klein
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Brian Klein

First one is amazing and still watchable all this time later. So many good moments. Could have ended there. I find all the sequels underwhelming.

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

At least some of the Halloween sequels were entertaining as straightforward slashers and had even a neat idea or two. All Jurassic Park sequels just suck.

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Halloween

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Spencer Nielsen
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Spencer Nielsen

Both, but I will never understand why there are so many godawful Halloween movies.

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Abe Unger
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Abe Unger

It was supposed to be an anthology and every time we get a new one I wish they had gone forward with that idea :(

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Robert Cherryman
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Robert Cherryman

Jurassic Park at least has possibilities of what to do with the dinosaurs and there are different scenarios. Halloween loses all luster after one movie and Michael Myers is BORING because there are no rules of what he can and can’t do

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