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Which superhero has, overall, been treated the best on the big screen, considering every iteration?

Which superhero has, overall, been treated the best on the big screen, considering every iteration?

Batman

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Spider-Man

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Batman

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Andrewthesith
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Andrewthesith

If animated counts batman

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Chewbaacca's Lover
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Chewbaacca's Lover

Batman easily, Batman more good films and even the ones people think are bad are more iconic.

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Soul Provider Reacts
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Soul Provider Reacts

if you count animated movies and cartoons batman i think wins this

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Spider-Man

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John
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John

Spider-Verse is the best superhero movies ever released in theaters, that alone gives Spidey the edge, not to mention Spider-Man 2, Homecoming and Far From Home

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Rachel Clara Smith
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Rachel Clara Smith

Batman often comes across as a moody whiner imho

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Ajay Jones
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Ajay Jones

Tobey Maguire enough said

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Daniel Aguirre
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Daniel Aguirre

Spider-Man is just better

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Mutale Mwananshiku
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Mutale Mwananshiku

spider-man because he hasnt had any bad movies like batman and robin and bvs sure amazing 2 and spider-man 3 arent great but they arent terrible. He also has only 3 actors play in live action whereas batman has had 6.

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Spencer Nielsen
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Spencer Nielsen

Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse are masterful works of adaptation. Batman may be more iconic, but outside of the great Dark Knight Trilogy, most films are monumental failures.

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Justin Grier
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Justin Grier

I'm choosing Spider-Man because he has more movies than Batman that I enjoy. Don't get me wrong. No Spidey film can top The Dark Knight, but I dislike Batman Returns and Batman & Robin and I strongly dispies The Dark Knight Rises. I don't care for Far From Home or TASM 1 but I can tolerate them more

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

A lot of Batman movies are style over substance, while Spidey has more overall great movies.

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Do you prefer the first half (seasons 1-5) or the second half (seasons 6-10) of Smallville?

Do you prefer the first half (seasons 1-5) or the second half (seasons 6-10) of Smallville?

First half

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Second half

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First half

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Adam Stewart
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Adam Stewart

Note that me saying seasons 1-5 doesn't mean it has more stuff that I liked, because I do prefer more stuff in later seasons, but I think these seasons were cleaner story wise. I feel like the second half was more messy.

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Second half

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After seeing The Matrix: Revolutions, do you want to see a Matrix 5?

After seeing The Matrix: Revolutions, do you want to see a Matrix 5?

Yes- I need more of that world

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No- That franchise should be put to bed

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Yes- I need more of that world

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Conner Nielsen
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Conner Nielsen

I suppose I don’t “need” more of this world, but I’m interested to see more of how this new Matrix works.

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No- That franchise should be put to bed

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VideoGameSecrets
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VideoGameSecrets

I don’t like that The Matrix got any sequels.

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rockmanlp
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rockmanlp

Mister Wachowski is a no talent man, just like his brother.

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Robo Brando
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Robo Brando

Loved it but it wasn’t a set-up more than a coda where Trinity and Neo get what they deserve as a parallel to Lana’s life. A creator with a new outlook reflecting on material and a legacy made when they were almost literally a different person. Lana‘s now free to change The Matrix, as in the movie.

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Kevin Santiago
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Kevin Santiago

Honestly, The Matrix should’ve just been one movie, only cuz it was only one movie that worked, and that’s the first one. It was lightning in a bottle that caught waves and can’t be replicated by the multiple sequels. Plus Keanu’s doing so much better in his newer movies, especially in John Wick.

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