Q:DC or Marvel?
Seriously everything. Marvel has a better overall roster. DC has those classic heroes everyone knew growing up. Then there’s a whole world of lesser known publishers (BOOM! Studios, Red 5, Archaia, etc.) to get lost in. (We’ve had this debate before if it doesn’t show.)
But to really answer your question, one of us prefers DC & the other prefers Marvel.
Andry Rajoelina’s Justice Families series casts DC superheroes as the parents of their own little families, grabbing the hands of their now pint-sized sidekicks.
How cool would it be for the symbiote to return to the Superior Spider-Man?
Here me out. Yes, the symbiote is with Flash right now, but what if Flash and Parker encountered each other and the symbiote sensed the change and sought out Parker/Otto to return to its favorite host?
I’d love to see a Superman event where one of his rogue’s gallery manages to convert our sun in to a red sun, eventually removing Superman’s powers.
Here’s where it gets awesome…
Still driven to stand for justice and fight crime, he has to take up a mentorship with Batman and Green Arrow to learn how to be a crime fighter without powers. He has to learn to solve problems, knowing he can die or get seriously injured and he comes to have a newfound level of respect for his non-powered JLA teammates.
Batman would introduce the de-powered Superman as a new vigilante in Metropolis, under the guise that Superman has gone off-world to deal with something. The first arc would be his initial training as his powers leave his body. From then on, it’s just lesson after lesson, adventure after adventure, and several close calls and near-misses.
It’d be cool if he remained de-powered for a little over a year before S.T.A.R. Labs figures out how to restore the sun.
For extra conflict, scientists could discover that the red sun has incredible effects on human physiology, like improved immune systems, healthier crops, and even somehow effecting mankind’s tendency towards aggression.
The lasting outcome from the maxi-series would be a sharper, better Superman, who finally understands vulnerability in a way he’s never had to deal with.