...m yet. Also, we have a batman that almost no one wanted. Your point about DC hitting us with two major films in one year, Marvel does that every year with 3-4 films in one year. This year alone, we've seen Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, and Fantastic Four. What I will give you, is that they've kept their film and television world separate and their TV shows are excellent. They also have the advantage of planning ahead and seeing what has and hasn't worked for Marvel. I don't see that you can say that the stories tie in well considering we've only seen Man of Steel and the Dark Knight films don't tie in to the DCCU since the Batman v. Superman film will launch it. Also, I don't I see any difference in Wonder Woman starring alongside Batman and Superman from Black Widow with the Avengers, all the female X-men and Invisible Woman with their male allies, so the female leads are used the same. As a primary Marvel fan, I am biased and that could be what I base my argument on but I do like and appreciate DC as well. Overall, I don't think either cinematic universe is in competition with each other, other than the fan created competitions and the comic book fan base/market. They both have different things/focuses as well as similarities to offer and are to be appreciated in their own right.