The original "Superman" movie in the late 1970s may have pioneered the superhero blockbuster,...
The original "Superman" movie in the late 1970s may have pioneered the superhero blockbuster, but films based on Marvel (DIS) characters have grossed 47% more on average than those from DC Comics. In total, Marvel films have brought in $5.3B domestically since 1998 vs $3B for DC going back to 1978. DC owner Time Warner (TWX) is no doubt hoping that the "Man of Steel" Superman flick, which is due to be released this week, will help balance things out.
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