It’s the 12th annual CSBG DC / Marvel tournament! Round 3 begins with your voting on which is your favorite DC / Marvel live-action TV series!
Welcome to the 12th Annual CSBG DC / Marvel Character Tournament!
On this occasion, you will vote for your favorite DC or Marvel TV series and live action TV movies. Interestingly, this was also going to be the tournament last year so the delay has changed the roster drastically as WandaVision, Superman and Lois and Stargirl debuted AFTER this past March. In particular, though, I won’t be including Falcon and Winter Soldier, as their FIRST episode was only released TODAY, so it seems very little to cover something like this.
The rankings were primarily determined by the use of IMDB user reviews, which turned out to be MOST in line with voters in 2019 when we did superhero cartoons (the first time I can remember a tournament where all four # 1 seeds arrived to the Final Four). This time around, I made a few more changes as it was too unreasonable for Batwoman, for example, to be the lowest rated show out of ALL the shows listed. So I occasionally made some judgments with the ratings.
After all the programs were classified, they were divided into four different regions. In the first rounds, we will do two regions a day.
This is the third round and here are the first two regions and the matchups!
Just choose which program you like the most. Voting concludes in approximately 48 hours from now! I’m sorry the voting is by Twitter, but the site I used to vote for the integrated poll for YEARS was bought by someone else and is no longer an option. If you know of another good and free built-in survey site please let me know, I would be happy to use it in the future. For now, we are stuck with Twitter polls.
WandaVision beat Titans, 81% to 19% and Arrow punched holes in Superboy, 87% to 13%
Our first confrontation faces the recent Disney + streaming series, WandaVision, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as Wanda Maximoff and Vision from the Avengers movies, about Wanda’s pain taking the form of a city transformed into reality. comedy, while the government tries to discover what is happening in the city and we learn that perhaps another force is taking control of the situation that has created Wanda versus Arrow, the series starring Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, a vigilante who little He soon became the superhero known as Green Arrow, and went from being a lone avenger to being the leader of a team full of heroes. The series launched the series of interconnected superhero shows known as the Arrowverse (which are now trying to go by a different name now that Arrow’s career is over)
Lucifer beats Superman and Lois, 51% to 49% and Batman took over Luke Cage, 59% to 41%
Next is Batman, the hit ABC television series starring Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward that became a sensation in 1966, with two episodes each week, with the first episode ending with a suspense and the second solving the story. , leading to the series. appearing TWICE in the top 10 television series of the 1965-66 television season. The series ran for three seasons, and the third season featured Yvonne Craig as Batgirl and was narrowed down to just one episode a week against Lucifer, starring Tom Ellis as Lucifer, who has renounced Hell for Los Angeles, where he serves as a consultant with the LAPD. Laura German plays her LAPD contact and Tom Welling later joined the cast as Cain. The series aired for three seasons on Fox and then Netflix picked it up for three additional seasons.
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Daredevil knocked out the Defenders, 90% to 10%, while Agent Carter outpointed Stargirl, 67% to 33%.
Our first showdown features Marvel’s Daredevil, one of the only Marvel Netflix series to actually run for three seasons (before Netflix and Marvel severed their partnership in creating Marvel shows on the popular streaming service). The show followed blind attorney, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox), who acquired super skills when he lost his sight, and his legal partner, Frankin “Foggy” Nelson (Elden Henson) and his client-turned-secretary, Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll). . Matt becomes the vigilante superhero known as Daredevil to take on the Kingpin (played by Vincent D’Onofrio) and the evil Hand against Agent Carter, who saw Hayley Atwell reprise her role as Peggy Carter from Captain America: The First Avenger and the One-Shot Short film that featured Carter as the founding director of SHIELD as she deals with being a female agent in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) during an era when other agents did not view women as peers. It aired for two seasons on ABC, with James D’Arcy playing Edwin Jarvis, Howard Stark’s family butler (and Dominic Cooper occasionally reprising his role as Howard Stark from Captain America: The First Avenger).
Jessica Jones beat Gotham, 70% to 30%, while Smallville got a “super” surprise by Adventures of Superman, 68% to 32%.
Finally, we have Jessica Jones, the other Marvel Netflix series to reach three seasons, starring Krysten Ritter as the title character, who had tried to succeed as a superhero before being terrorized by the villain Killgrave. Once he was done with her, Jessica dealt with her trauma by drowning her sorrows in alcohol while becoming a private investigator. However, when Killgrave returns, Jessica is forced to confront her past and perhaps take on a more heroic future, while her best friend (and adoptive sister), Trish Walker, was also on her own journey to try and become a superhero. , even if his journey was a bit more tense and tragic against Smallville, starring Tom Welling as Clark Kent, who discovered his super abilities as a teenager and the rest of the series follows Clark and his friends as he slowly but surely embraces his fate when he becomes Superman in the series finale (several other superheroes appeared before the series ended). The series ran for 10 seasons on The CW.
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