How "DC Universe: Rebirth" Fulfills Its Promise of Restoring Legacy to DC Comics
Here is the Final Four for this year’s Comics Should Be Good March Madness.
This year, you’re choosing which characters you think would win in a (non “to the death”) fight.
First up, in the DC Heavy Hitters Region, the winner between Superman and Wonder Woman was Superman, 60% to 40% (1,657 votes cast).
Next up, in the DC Street Level Region, the winner between Batman and Lex Luthor was Batman, 82% to 18% (1,699 votes cast).
Next, in the Marvel Heavy Hitters Region, the winner between Thor and Doctor Strange was Thor, 62% to 38% (1,667 votes cast).
Finally, in the Marvel Street Level Region, the winner between Captain America and Spider-Man was Spider-Man, 52% to 48%. (1,716 votes cast)
So it is Batman versus Superman and Thor versus Spider-Man!
Simply choose which characters you think would win in a (non “to the death”) fight in the following match-up. The voting concludes 72 hours from right now!
Each competitor has, let’s say, a half hour to prepare (so it’s not like Superman just walking up to Batman and and punching him in the face – Batman would be prepared), and can use whatever weaponry you figure would be typical for that character (so Thor can use whatever weapons you would expect him to normally use, but he can’t go get, I dunno, the Infinity Gauntlet, or whatever). In the DC match-up, we’re using the New 52 versions of these characters. Also, a quick word on prep-time. When I say “prepare,” I really mean planning. They can’t, like, do anything to the place where they fight or anything like that. They can just quickly prepare for their opponent.
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