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The DC Cinematic Universe is a series of films produced by Warner Bros. featuring characters from DC Comics, similar to the [[Marvel Cinematic Universe]].  It began with the 2013 film, ''Man of Steel''.
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The DC Cinematic Universe, or DCU, is a series of films produced by Warner Bros. featuring characters from DC Comics, similar to the [[Marvel Cinematic Universe]].  It began with the 2013 film, ''Man of Steel''.
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==Films==
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* ''Man of Steel'' (2013)
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* ''Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'' (2016)
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* ''Suicide Squad'' (2016)
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* ''Wonder Woman'' (2017)
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* ''Justice League Part One'' (2018)
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* ''The Flash'' (2018)
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* ''Aquaman'' (2018)
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* ''Shazam'' (2019)
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* ''Justice League Part Two'' (2019)
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* ''Cyborg'' (2020)
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* ''Green Lantern'' (2020)
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==Criticism==
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Fans and critics alike have criticized how the DCU is being handled.  Unlike Marvel, which used five films to build up ''The Avengers'', DC is going right into ''Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'' from ''Man of Steel'', which is a reboot of the Superman series.  Many see this as DC trying to catch up to Marvel.

Revision as of 21:22, 10 February 2015

The DC Cinematic Universe, or DCU, is a series of films produced by Warner Bros. featuring characters from DC Comics, similar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It began with the 2013 film, Man of Steel.


Films

  • Man of Steel (2013)
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
  • Suicide Squad (2016)
  • Wonder Woman (2017)
  • Justice League Part One (2018)
  • The Flash (2018)
  • Aquaman (2018)
  • Shazam (2019)
  • Justice League Part Two (2019)
  • Cyborg (2020)
  • Green Lantern (2020)

Criticism

Fans and critics alike have criticized how the DCU is being handled. Unlike Marvel, which used five films to build up The Avengers, DC is going right into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice from Man of Steel, which is a reboot of the Superman series. Many see this as DC trying to catch up to Marvel.