I saw Black Panther today, and let me tell you, I LOVED IT. It was epic, it had a rich story, compelling characters, and a magnificently detailed power struggle between T'Challa, rightful King of Wakanda, and Killmonger, an embittered usurper of Wakandan blood. Marvel continues their production of cinematic spectacle year after year, each one, seemingly outperforming the other in every way. Is there any hope that DC's Expanded Universe series of superhero films can top that? Not f*@%ing likely. The Lego Batman Movie was good, but Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad was utter drek. Wonder Woman was okay, then Justice League was like; Seriously, Ben Affleck is a HORRIBLE choice for The Batman. His C-List performance in Daredevil had him pegged for failure the moment he assumed the role of The World's Greatest Detective. And what's worse; rumors abound that Deathstroke and Batman will be in Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. When that day comes, they'll be made a joke of. Will Arnett's career as The Dark Knight will end before it's even begun. All I can visualize in Aquaman is rejected footage from Justice League and a script that's predestined for the Cutting Room Floor. Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is BEYOND despicable in both it's empty humor and a belligerent mockery of a once-beloved animated series. Dick Grayson deserves better! The Titans deserve better! Diana Prince! Arthur Curry! Bruce Wayne! Clark Kent! All made a joke of by DC's inability to compete or match up with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the toxicity of Teen Titans Go!. A self-designed fan imagining of the DC Universe is far more preferable to cinematic car crashes with Michael Bay-esque explosions, and barely any good story behind it. Oh, and Middle-Earth: Shadow of War still has Microtransactions, so f$#% WB's game division too.