So DC officially kicked off their New 52 cinematic universe recently with the hugely disappointing anticipated Batman V Superman film. The movie built A LOT of it's hype from a title fight that lasted for five minutes Snyder you bling blang snollygoster (it's a real word. Loooooool) They plan to follow this up with Suicide Squad (in theaters now), which I will no doubt be pirating, as well as Wonder Woman later on, which I will also be pirating. (If I pirate a movie from Cuba does that make me a pirate of the Caribbean?). And of course there's the Justice League movie coming up in 2017. Marvel on the other hand, have long been out of the block, building up their movie empire with Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk and all the others who weren't nearly interesting enough for their own movies. Marvel's built everything up pretty well, introducing their characters as individuals before actually throwing them together. DC on the other hand has more or less forced the characters together without giving us time to get to know our superheroes, all in an effort to catch up. Think Gal Gadot and her glorified cameo that would have neither added nor subtracted anything from BvS if we happened to blink during her scenes. I suppose the saving grace for the DC universe is their superior animated films, with gems like Justice League VS Teen Titans and Batman VS Robin (someone at that company has a fixation on the word versus) behind them and more potentially good ones coming up. So I guess the question is, what do you think of the DC onscreen universe so far (including upcoming movie trailers), are you repping for the League or the Avengers? And most importantly, what's your take on any Marvel/DC movie that you've recently watched?