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DC/Marvel Character Tourney – Culver Institute Region, Round 2

The second round of voting continues!

Simply choose which TV version of a DC/Marvel character you like better (not who you think would win in a fight). Just choose whichever one is your favorite (whether it be that you think they’re more interesting, more appealing, whatever criteria you want to use) in each of the following four match-ups. The voting concludes 48 hours from right now!


NOTE: The polls are in Javascript. If your computer doesn’t allow java, well, you won’t see the polls.


hate to say but team arrow manages to almost sweep other then the first one

I love J’onn, and I’d vote for him here, but they don’t really do him the justice he deserves in the show.

I guess Green Arrow is probably gonna win, what with having a show named after him, but seriously, Stephen Amell is such a bad actor! His clunky line-reading and third-rate Christian Bale impression are just embarrassing. Whereas David Harewood in Supergirl has been consistently good (plus they’ve come up with a really neat visual design for J’onn J’onnz), he should deserve to win. In general, Supergirl feels like the actors were actually picked because of their acting skills, and not just for their good looks, like most of the folks in Arrowverse series were. Except for the guy the guy who plays Jimmy Olsen, he’s clearly the Amell of that show, i.e. mostly eye candy.

Yeah, it’s an easy vote for J’onn for me, but I’d guess his show’s popularity will boost Ollie regardless.

Pedro de Pacas

March 22, 2016 at 1:48 pm

On the other hand, I was almost forced to vote for Hawkman since you listed Overwatch instead of Felicity Stock… (joking… kinda).

why you put caity’s character name sara lance instead of white canary or the canary while everyone else have their superhero name?

Anti-Sara Lance conspiracy, clearly.

I assume you wanted to remind people how much she brings to the show: Lotz.

I’ll show myself out.

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