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What You Can Learn from the Best (and Worst) Superhero Movies

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According to the CEO of Warner Brothers, “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.” Apparently, fans have been demanding it for years, so now that he’s on board, it sounds like it’ll happen at some point in life. But before the day comes where we can see the Amazing Amazon in theaters (or on the small screen), let us take a look at what we can learn from the superhero flicks that already exist (via GIFs, obvi):

Fandoms could get a little bit crazy. (NOTE: This does not just apply to comic book fandoms.)

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You don’t have to have a mutation to be super.

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Celeb Quote

Money helps in the world of superhero-dom. A lot.



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Even different-colored eyes are considered special.

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Livejournal (cee-tallis)



For the most part, superheroes tend to be incredibly good-looking…

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…but not all the time.

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So ultimately, underneath the suits, superheroes can be just like us. (Don’t use Iron Man as an example of that, though.)

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What’s the best advice you’ve gotten from a superhero film? Or, better yet, what’s your favorite comic book-turned-movie? Tell us in the comments below, people!

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Superhero Movies?