Marvel Takes Shots at “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”

Marvel has fired shots at “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” within the
pages of Spider-Man/Deadpool #6.

Written by Scott Aukerman with art by Reilly Brown, the comic book displays a
movie poster using Marvel characters Hyperion and Nighthawk (who are that
company’s analogues of Superman and Batman). The title of the poster is
“Nighthawk v Hyperion: Yawn of Boredom”, with promotional text stating,
“You won’t believe their mothers share a first name”.

Deadpool and Spider-Man, exiting the theater, discuss the film, with Deadpool
stating, “None of that made sense. Why were they fighting one minute, then
best friends the next?”. Spider-Man responds, “And don’t worry about
scenes that set up the next eight movies – just make this one satisfying!”


Spider-Man Deadpool 6

2 Thoughts to “Marvel Takes Shots at “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice””

  1. Walt

    This is the funniest criticism of Batman v Superman yet, Martha.

  2. Noony

    Brilliant and hilarious! Such a shame there are too many comic book readers who don’t have a sense of humor.

Join the Discussion

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.