Sometimes you find articles on the internet and are just like, wait what? Is this shit for real? At this point in history, it is now impossible to deny that people inhabit their own little subjective microverses, often far detached from what most other peeps would consider any sort of tangible objective reality. This would be one of those times.
The what the fuck factor on this piece is off the freaking charts. Top 10 lists by definition are typically incredibly subjective and one thing that’s blowing my mind about these latest Marvel films is that for me they just keep getting better. If I had to pick my top 5 Marvel flicks at this point they’d be:
5. Guardian of the Galaxy II
4. Black Panther
3. Thor: Ragnarok
2. Infinity War
1. Dr. Strange
I might be one of four people in the universe whose list would turn out like that. I’m pretty sure exactly no one else would claim this utter insanity though, and they claim it was compiled from some sort of calculated consensus. I’m claiming you quite successfully trolled me with this ridiculousness. (from Comic Book Debate):
Watchmen holds the 5th Place slot for the team. Taking 20 votes- the majority of them coming in the Top 5- Watchmen holds a special place in the hearts of fans. A technical achievement that still holds up beautifully today, Watchmen maintains an iconic status akin to the graphic novel that it is based on. Some fans even believe that Watchmen was ahead of its time with its March 2009 release. As a result, it takes 5th place on ComicBook Debate’s all-time list.
2-Man of Steel
ComicBook Debate has been known to be very fond of Zack Snyder’s take on Superman. This translated on the final tally greatly. Man of Steel appeared on a record 33 of the 38 lists from our team. Zack Snyder’s Superman epic had the most appearances on the team and only missed the top spot by a hair when tallying weighted first place votes. In a way, Man of Steel is just as much “the king” of ComicBook Debate’s Top 10 with the highest number of appearances and multiple first place votes. I personally had Man of Steel at the top of my list.