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    I'd say Thor he would fit into D.C. very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazpocalapse View Post
    I'd say Thor he would fit into D.C. very well.
    Agreed.

    I think Thor and his mythos would fit into the DCU cosmology fairly well.

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    If Marvel owned the rights, Batman vs. Thanos would be a yearly event. Seriously.

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    Captain America is the most DC character.

    Namor is the least DC character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Well, he's more of a parody .
    and ambush bug isn't?

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    The fantastic four are just the challengers with powers......

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonly View Post
    how people think Deadpool is unlike a dc character when he is literally a amalgamation of deathstroke and ambush bug is beyond me.
    The character of Deadpool has changed so much since his initial debut.

    Anyways, I gotta say Hyperion(especially Hickman's version) is the most DC Marvel character easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ray View Post
    Captain America is the most DC character.

    Namor is the least DC character.
    DC already has a Namor. His name is Black Adam .

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    I could also see the case for Hulk as the Least DC Hero that Marvel has. He would point - blank not fit into the DCU at all, as is.

    And a case for Silver Surfer, as the Most DC Hero that Marvel has, could be understood. As long as he is free of servitude to Galactus, he'd be a welcome ally to the Justice League, Green Lantern Corps, and the good New Gods in the DCU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daBronzeBomma View Post
    I could also see the case for Hulk as the Least DC Hero that Marvel has. He would point - blank not fit into the DCU at all, as is.

    And a case for Silver Surfer, as the Most DC Hero that Marvel has, could be understood. As long as he is free of servitude to Galactus, he'd be a welcome ally to the Justice League, Green Lantern Corps, and the good New Gods in the DCU.
    Hulk in the DCU would probably just be a straight-up villain or antagonist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Hulk in the DCU would probably just be a straight-up villain or antagonist.
    He'd be Solomon Grundy. Only green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudicatorPrime View Post
    He'd be Solomon Grundy. Only green.
    Skulk in the Amalgam Universe is a perfect amalgamation, then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the illustrious mr. kenway View Post
    Captain America is probably the most DC hero while the X-men/Spider-man are the least DC hero.
    Yep, Marvel heroes tend to be seen with more flaws on their sleeves than DC heroes do.

    Whereas DC's two biggest heroes in 1939, Superman and Batman, didn't really have trouble fitting in with society, Marvel's two biggest heroes in 1939, Human Torch and Sub-Mariner, either had trouble fitting in or never really fit in at all to begin with.

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    Cap is most DC. Peter Parker is most Marvel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    Yep, Marvel heroes tend to be seen with more flaws on their sleeves than DC heroes do.
    Yeah I see DC heroes as being more Godlike, idealized beings wheras Marvel's characters are more human.

    The way Carol's been treated, recently, I think she'd naturally fit in with DC. On the flip side, like people have said, the X-Men and Spider-Man are Marvel's most Marvel like characters.

    Without Ben, I'd say the Fantastic Four would be very DC like characters, but Ben really gives them a Marvel flair.

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