“People hate what they don’t understand”

“Be their hero Clark. Be their monument, be their angel, be anything they need you to be. Or be none of it. You don’t owe this world a thing. You never did”

Its no surprise that The most complex, most personal and most realistic take on superman is a figure of controversy. Superman isn’t about being happy and cheery all the time…he is about showing hope and light even in the darkest of times. A lot of the world may hate and dislike superman in the DCEU universe during man of steel and most of Batman v. Superman and a lot of people only see him as broody and mopey…Yet he still showed plenty of happiness and hopefullness in Man Of Steel, which a lot of people seem to ignore. He does act more mopey and more sad in Batman v. Superman…but for good reason, it shows how human Clark really is from how he was raised, he saved an entire planet and our world still questions him and tears him apart. The superman/clark character development from Man Of steel to Batman v Superman, and from BvS to Justice League is going to be one of the best Hero character Arcs we have ever seen. We’re seeing the Birth, death and Resurrection of one of the greatest heroes ever, and we’re seeing it take place in a truly amazing way, accurately reflecting our real, dark, shitty world, while still keeping that awesome comic book style radiance.

“You will give the people of Earth an ideal to strive towards. They will race behind you, they will stumble, they will fall. But in time, they will join you in the sun, Kal. In time, you will help them accomplish wonders”

“Men are still good. We fight, we kill, we betray one another, but we can rebuild . We can do better. We will. We have to.”

And like this article mentions,

The DCEU is an accurate and true reflection of our real world.

“That is why these movies are brilliant (well, one of many reasons). They are not dark for darkness’ sake; they’re dour to convey a specific and particular tone. They are not making light of real world issues, and therein lies the problem with many a critic and viewer alike. These films are not escapist; they are instead reflective”


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