Marvel or DC Comics: Who Said It?
Marvel and DC Comics have been the leaders in comic books since the industry began in the early 1930s. Both companies know how to create award-winning storylines featuring powerful characters, the strongest superheroes, unique universes, and magical powers that only someone like Stan Lee could come up with.
Some of the amazing Marvel characters the company has created over the years include Tony Stark (Iron Man), Peter Parker (Spider-Man), Bruce Banner (The Hulk), Steve Rogers (Captain America), T’Challa (Black Panther), and Jean Grey (Phoenix). Meanwhile, over at DC Comics, they also have a stacked portfolio of incredible characters, like Bruce Wayne (Batman), Clark Kent (Superman), Princess Diana (Wonder Woman), Barry Allen (The Flash), and Hal Jordan (Green Lantern).
With so many memorable Marvel and DC Comics characters created over the past century, it made perfect sense that once they finally started making movies out of them, they would change cinema forever. The Marvel Cinematic Universe paved the road for DC Comics to create its own cinematic universe. The two comic book publishers have been fighting it out on the big screen ever since.
Do you know enough about all the superhero movies to identify which character said it?
Marvel or DC
Marvel Comics created the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a shared universe where all the Marvel superheroes live. It has allowed filmmakers a new way to tell a story. They can easily cross over characters between films since they are all living in the same universe. DC Comics tried to follow in their footsteps, but they have found themselves falling short of Marvel's success.
That said, the amount of dialogue from all the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Universe films is tremendous. With so many amazing superheroes interacting with one another, classic lines are bound to emerge. Marvel characters tend to have funnier lines while a DC character has a lot darker and more serious lines. But both the Marvel and DC universes have found a way to please even the hardest comic book fan by making memorable moments, including movie quotes that will live on forever.