10 Things Only Marvel Fans Will Understand
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10 Things Only Marvel Fans Will Understand

Number one is Marvel. DC sucks.

10 Things Only Marvel Fans Will Understand
Andrea Kleckner

I'm guessing you love Marvel if you are reading this.

But just to be sure... DC SUCKS!*

Another one bites the dust


Is no longer just a song.

Having a very strong opinion on one movie


You either LOVE one movie or HATE one movie. Sorry, "Doctor Strange."

Having an opinion on the Chrises


Everyone has their order of Chrises (Evans, Pratt, Hemsworth)

Having a specific order to watch all the films

Marvel Studios

Because there's a right way and a wrong way and it's not the release order.

Thinking you remember all the movies


But always forgetting the "Incredible Hulk" movie. "Thor Ragnorak" was the closest we'll get to a Planet Hulk movie (which was better than the actual Hulk movie).

Easily picking sides


EVEN thought we can LOVE both Iron Man and Captain America.

Being behind on all the TV shows



You live for all the press around the movies


Even though no one can talk about ANYTHING... Although Tom Holland and Mark Ruffalo LOVE to accidentally spoil things.

Staying till the end of the film


And silently judging everyone who leaves.

Not being able to pick a favorite


It's like picking a favorite child. We kind of have one.

(*JK... I love Batman and Wonder Woman. BUT MARVEL IS BETTER.)

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