Not surprisingly, Marvel's cinematic world and the developed world of Dysi as two comic book content giants are commonly compared, and it seems that Marvel is superior to its rival.
Iron Man, or in other words, the launch of Marvel's cinematic world, is often regarded as the launching pad for the superhero genre to this day (although the original X-Men series is also worth noting And are respected). Marvel films are constantly being praised, and their world is often more coherent and carefully planned.
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However, Marvel's cinematic world and the developed world are not perfect, and when it comes to bigger issues in these franchises, we find that each The two giants of the comic industry have the same big problems. There seem to be several challenges that none of these studios know exactly how to handle, and some of them go beyond the world of comic book movies.
9. Balance of access and world wide
one of The biggest problem that grows over time is the ability to keep exclusive movies appealing and available to new fans who have not seen all the previous movies and may not want to spend hours watching past movies. Each of the films in these worlds is related to the rest of the works, and each (especially in the Marvel movie world) has great teams and battles with bad people. New fans, however, find history annoying and do not want to have to do something like homework to understand and enjoy a movie. Making these films independently and at the same time connecting to a larger world is no small task. He's started making movies, but the developed world of Disi is doing a little better in that regard, probably because of their smaller world. However, creating a multi-world universe is effective in this regard, and given that Loki is now introducing Marvel's multi-world cinematic world, this issue will probably be easier for Marvel to resolve.
8. Tired of superheroes
There is no doubt that Superhero movies are still incredibly popular, and box office figures show that their popularity is not declining much (given the impact of the epidemic), but as the superhero genre grows, audiences want more than just a simple superhero story. Straightforward stories that lead to big fights are less popular than movies with a unique perspective, and now that most comic book characters have at least one exclusive, both Marvel and Dys have to dig deeper into their treasuries and find fewer characters. Use the known to continue and expand their world.
7. Evil Problem
Both Marvel Studios and DCs have problems with their villains. These bad guys are not as attractive, good-natured and sophisticated as the heroes. Marvel has been widely criticized for its two-dimensional villains, who are easily killed, and Disi has a similar problem to his weak, superficial people. For example, Doomsday has not been well received by fans and critics, and other films such as Aquaman and Suicide Squad rarely have villain characters that viewers care about.
Marvel and DC have disposable villains who They are killed in the first adventure and only seem to create a few more story lines for other heroes and criminals. Of course, comics do this well, and they have villainous historical characters and stories that are just as interesting as the heroes, and that's something that should be well transferred to the movies.
6 . No variety of main characters
Almost a decade It eventually took Marvel to produce a superhero film starring a female character (Captain Marvel) in the lead role after the release of his previous work, while Disi acted much faster with the release of The Amazing Woman. Both worlds are dominated by white male characters. Of course, part of this can be considered a problem with the original source, as many of the biggest comic book names are white male protagonists, but this area still needs to be explored in both worlds.
5. Continuity problems
An issue that is almost always present Franchises of this magnitude have been and continue to be, especially as criminals and larger crises threaten the earth at every turn. It is considerably difficult to keep accurate details and timelines and explain why superheroes did not join the great struggles of previous films. In addition, issues with the departure of actors (such as the departure of Ben Affleck as Batman or the departure of the original Hulk, Edward Norton from the franchise) can cause problems for the continuity and stability of the series.
Marvel & DC They provide a multi-world context that helps a lot, because new stories can take place in different contexts. Dysi is also significantly less concerned about continuity than Marvel, and fans are happy about that. There are still several gaps in Marvel's cinematic world. For example, in the upcoming film Immortals, there must be reasons to explain why these powerful characters were not present during the battle with Tanus, which may seem a little weak.
4. Conflict between directors and executives in the field of production
3. Consistent view
Looks like DC And Marvel has taken very different approaches to maintaining a consistent perspective across a vast, continuous world. Marvel has its own creative vision, producing movies and TV series that all have the same importance, and Dysy prefers to make a series of movies that make a lot of sense. Snyder Justice League films are far more tragic, darker, and more bitter than the daring work of the Suicide Squad.
Both approaches, however, have their own problems. By maintaining such a clear and consistent style that is transferred from film to film, Marvel limits its audience to those who enjoy the colorful atmosphere of action movies (which, of course, has seen the result in box office sales). On the other hand, it has created a universe that is connected at its core but appears to be disconnected.
2. Collecting and Combining Available Assets
Marvel Sure More than DC is grappling with this problem and has recently been able to reclaim the rights of X-Men, Spider-Man and the Four Wonders in various ways. However, Ducie must also decide whether to combine popular characters from the world of archers or other Ducie films. In both cases there is a multifaceted element of help, and these franchises can solve their various problems by restarting different worlds and so on. Of course, Marvel has not yet officially included mutants in its main story, but that is probably why Loki is entering the multi-world frenzy.
1. Corona-related delays
Definitely a corona epidemic It is not limited to superhero films and has caused destruction in the screening of all films and as a result, the box office figures of all works. The Suicide Squad failed at the box office and could not even make up for its production budget, despite being the most popular DC movie on HBO. The Black Widow, despite being a movie that fans have been asking for for years, was released on Disney Plus in breach of contract, leading to complaints from people concerned and disappointing box office figures.
While Shanghai shows As the situation slowly returns to normal, it is clear that delays and disruptions in filming and release have had a significant impact on both worlds, and its real lasting impact may not be fully seen for years.>