History Heartwarming / ImAMarvelAndImADC

16th Jan '16 5:16:03 PM nombretomado
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* After some attempts at Father's Day videos go horribly wrong, Spider-Man worries that the fact all of the featured superheroes have {{Disappeared Dad}}s will prevent any of them from having a happy Father's Day. Superman reminds him there's still someone they can celebrate with... so they all hold a surprise party for StanLee. Excelsior!
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* After some attempts at Father's Day videos go horribly wrong, Spider-Man worries that the fact all of the featured superheroes have {{Disappeared Dad}}s will prevent any of them from having a happy Father's Day. Superman reminds him there's still someone they can celebrate with... so they all hold a surprise party for StanLee.Creator/StanLee. Excelsior!
16th Dec '15 7:03:43 PM wittylibrarian
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* The Marvel vs. DC debate between Superman, Batman and the Fantastic Four reboot has Bats and Supes ''apologizing'' to a clearly unhappy Ben Grimm about what he's going through. As well as finding ''anything'' worth complimenting about that disaster of a TroubledProduction in order to get Ben's spirits up.
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* The Marvel vs. DC debate between [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRGhK5ypMDI Superman, Batman and the Fantastic Four reboot reboot]] has Bats and Supes ''apologizing'' to a clearly unhappy Ben Grimm about what he's going through. As well as finding ''anything'' worth complimenting about that disaster of a TroubledProduction in order to get Ben's spirits up.
13th Dec '15 2:14:16 PM wittylibrarian
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* The Marvel vs. DC debate between Superman, Batman and the Fantastic Four reboot has Bats and Supes ''apologizing'' to a clearly unhappy Ben Grimm about what he's going through. As well as finding ''anything'' worth complimenting about that disaster of a TroubledProduction in order to get Ben's spirits up.
27th Nov '15 11:28:17 AM BeastC
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** '''Captain America''' (whilst standing next to Bucky): Family reunions. ** Ant-Man is thankful and still happy that his movie exceeded expectations.
27th Nov '15 8:53:56 AM BatDan
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* The end of the Thanksgiving 2015 video. After spending several videos in a depressed almost catatonic state, Ben Grimm finally speaks and says he's thankful for "cancelled sequels", prompting cheers from the rest of the cast.
5th Nov '15 8:36:54 AM nombretomado
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-->'''[[TheMightyThor Thor]]''': Thou art the only mortal I would follow into the gates of Hades. -->'''[[IncredibleHulk Hulk]]''': Not many people as nice to Hulk as you. -->'''IronMan''': Steve, I know we've had our differences, but you're still the finest man I've ever known.
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-->'''[[TheMightyThor -->'''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]''': Thou art the only mortal I would follow into the gates of Hades. -->'''[[IncredibleHulk -->'''[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]]''': Not many people as nice to Hulk as you. -->'''IronMan''': -->'''ComicBook/IronMan''': Steve, I know we've had our differences, but you're still the finest man I've ever known.
28th Aug '15 11:08:32 AM dsneybuf
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* Ant-Man II accuses Superman of never taking him seriously, citing a clip from the first episode in which Supes snickers after Spider-Man announces production on an ''Ant-Man'' movie. Superman assures Ant-Man II that he didn't giggle because he thought his comic sounded like a ridiculous concept for a movie, but because he thought it sounded like a good concept for a comedy. He proceeds to deem the 2015 ''Film/AntMan'' movie CriticProof, and spares Ant-Man II from receiving any more of his mockery.
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* Ant-Man II accuses Superman of never taking him seriously, citing a clip from the first episode in which Supes snickers after Spider-Man announces production on an ''Ant-Man'' movie. Superman assures Ant-Man II that he didn't giggle because he thought his comic sounded like a ridiculous stupid concept for a movie, but because he thought it sounded like a good concept for a comedy. He proceeds to deem the 2015 ''Film/AntMan'' movie CriticProof, and spares Ant-Man II from receiving any more of his mockery.
28th Aug '15 11:07:05 AM dsneybuf
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* Ant-Man II accuses Superman of never taking him seriously, citing a clip from the first episode in which Supes snickers after Spider-Man announces production on an ''Ant-Man'' movie. Superman assures Ant-Man II that he didn't giggle because he thought his comic sounded like a ridiculous concept for a movie, but because he thought it sounded like a good concept for a comedy. He proceeds to deem the 2015 ''Film/AntMan'' movie CriticProof, and spares Ant-Man II from receiving any more of his mockery.
10th Mar '15 1:08:49 PM bookwormgal
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* -->Superman: What could possibly make you think I would help you destroy an entire universe? -->Lex: Because it's the right thing to do. -->Superman: You're insane! -->Lex: Because the Marvel Universe has corrupted everything you stand for, all in the name of high drama. Think about it, Kal-El! Your job is to be an inspiration for people. Someone they can look up to, someone they can aspire to be like. In steadfastness, in character, in ideals, and what did Marvel offer? They said "Don't worry, you don't have to aspire to anyone in our books. You just have to relate to them." And now we have an entire culture that thinks that who they are is just fine, and how dare anyone suggest that they could improve themselves! Why aspire to be Superman when it's so much easier to relate to Spider-Man? No one wants to look up to you anymore, Superman. They don't want to strain their necks. Instead, they look straight ahead at the compromised heroes in front of them and say, "That'll do just fine." Don't you see? We have the power to put it all back the way it was! The way it should be! You can still be the inspiration you once were! You can still make a difference. Isn't that why you became a hero in the first place? -->Superman: I also became a hero to stand for certain principles. And this thing you're suggesting, for better or worse it would be a lie. And of all the things I stand for, truth always comes first.
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* -->Superman: This: -->'''Superman''': What could possibly make you think I would help you destroy an entire universe? -->Lex: -->'''Lex''': Because it's the right thing to do. -->Superman: -->'''Superman''': You're insane! -->Lex: -->'''Lex''': Because the Marvel Universe has corrupted everything you stand for, all in the name of high drama. Think about it, Kal-El! Your job is to be an inspiration for people. Someone they can look up to, someone they can aspire to be like. In steadfastness, in character, in ideals, and what did Marvel offer? They said "Don't worry, you don't have to aspire to anyone in our books. You just have to relate to them." And now we have an entire culture that thinks that who they are is just fine, and how dare anyone suggest that they could improve themselves! Why aspire to be Superman when it's so much easier to relate to Spider-Man? No one wants to look up to you anymore, Superman. They don't want to strain their necks. Instead, they look straight ahead at the compromised heroes in front of them and say, "That'll do just fine." Don't you see? We have the power to put it all back the way it was! The way it should be! You can still be the inspiration you once were! You can still make a difference. Isn't that why you became a hero in the first place? -->Superman: -->'''Superman''': I also became a hero to stand for certain principles. And this thing you're suggesting, for better or worse it would be a lie. And of all the things I stand for, truth always comes first.

-->Stan lee:It's true that I gave marvel charters imperfections to make them more relatable than DC's characters, but just because they're imperfect don't mean they don't aspire to be the best they possibly can. Everyone hero or not would love to be able to do more be better to always know right from wrong and have the strength to make sure right always wins. You are that perfection Superman. The reason my characters are so relatable is that they are all trying to be like you. Just like everyone else. Hollywood may lose faith in you sometimes, but everyone else never will
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-->Stan lee:It's -->'''Stan Lee''':It's true that I gave marvel charters imperfections to make them more relatable than DC's characters, but just because they're imperfect don't mean they don't aspire to be the best they possibly can. Everyone hero or not would love to be able to do more be better to always know right from wrong and have the strength to make sure right always wins. You are that perfection Superman. The reason my characters are so relatable is that they are all trying to be like you. Just like everyone else. Hollywood may lose faith in you sometimes, but everyone else never will
10th Mar '15 1:07:51 PM bookwormgal
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Superman: What could possibly make you think I would help you destroy an entire universe? Lex: Because it's the right thing to do. Superman: You're insane! Lex: Because the Marvel Universe has corrupted everything you stand for, all in the name of high drama. Think about it, Kal-El! Your job is to be an inspiration for people. Someone they can look up to, someone they can aspire to be like. In steadfastness, in character, in ideals, and what did Marvel offer? They said "Don't worry, you don't have to aspire to anyone in our books. You just have to relate to them." And now we have an entire culture that thinks that who they are is just fine, and how dare anyone suggest that they could improve themselves! Why aspire to be Superman when it's so much easier to relate to Spider-Man? No one wants to look up to you anymore, Superman. They don't want to strain their necks. Instead, they look straight ahead at the compromised heroes in front of them and say, "That'll do just fine." Don't you see? We have the power to put it all back the way it was! The way it should be! You can still be the inspiration you once were! You can still make a difference. Isn't that why you became a hero in the first place? Superman: I also became a hero to stand for certain principles. And this thing you're suggesting, for better or worse it would be a lie. And of all the things I stand for, truth always comes first. Later after the marvel universe is saved Stan lee:It's true that I gave marvel charters imperfections to make them more relatable than DC's characters, but just because they're imperfect don't mean they don't aspire to be the best they possibly can. Everyone hero or not would love to be able to do more be better to always know right from wrong and have the strength to make sure right always wins. You are that perfection Superman. The reason my characters are so relatable is that they are all trying to be like you. Just like everyone else. Hollywood may lose faith in you sometimes, but everyone else never will
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Superman: * -->Superman: What could possibly make you think I would help you destroy an entire universe? Lex: -->Lex: Because it's the right thing to do. Superman: -->Superman: You're insane! Lex: -->Lex: Because the Marvel Universe has corrupted everything you stand for, all in the name of high drama. Think about it, Kal-El! Your job is to be an inspiration for people. Someone they can look up to, someone they can aspire to be like. In steadfastness, in character, in ideals, and what did Marvel offer? They said "Don't worry, you don't have to aspire to anyone in our books. You just have to relate to them." And now we have an entire culture that thinks that who they are is just fine, and how dare anyone suggest that they could improve themselves! Why aspire to be Superman when it's so much easier to relate to Spider-Man? No one wants to look up to you anymore, Superman. They don't want to strain their necks. Instead, they look straight ahead at the compromised heroes in front of them and say, "That'll do just fine." Don't you see? We have the power to put it all back the way it was! The way it should be! You can still be the inspiration you once were! You can still make a difference. Isn't that why you became a hero in the first place? Superman: place? -->Superman: I also became a hero to stand for certain principles. And this thing you're suggesting, for better or worse it would be a lie. And of all the things I stand for, truth always comes first. Later first. *Later after the marvel universe is saved Stan saved -->Stan lee:It's true that I gave marvel charters imperfections to make them more relatable than DC's characters, but just because they're imperfect don't mean they don't aspire to be the best they possibly can. Everyone hero or not would love to be able to do more be better to always know right from wrong and have the strength to make sure right always wins. You are that perfection Superman. The reason my characters are so relatable is that they are all trying to be like you. Just like everyone else. Hollywood may lose faith in you sometimes, but everyone else never will
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