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Now, there's may well be a pretty solid argument that much of the fabled / rivalry is all in our heads, but that hasn't stopped countless fans — and stars — from diving deep into its stormy waters over the years. With the largely Marvel-affiliated and having notably offered their thoughts in recent months, though, it seems to be well past time a member of the DC cinematic fraternity joined the fray. All credit to star , then, for biting the bullet and being a) adorably dorky, and b) hilariously partisan.

Y'see, as it turns out:

Ezra Miller REALLY Doesn't Want To Sign Your Marvel Comics

Indeed, in fan-shot footage that has recently made its way onto the interweb, Miller is magnificently unwavering in his determination to not even slightly sign a fan's proffered copy of an themed item of merchandise. That, after all, is a Marvel product, and as Miller makes abundantly clear in the video above, he absolutely cannot — or, to be more precise, will not — sign it.

Now, it's worth noting that while Miller was breaking the bad news to the fan...

"You understand why I can't sign that, right? Find me something else and I'll sign it! It's so obvious that I can't sign that. I'm sorry... I'm DC! They're competing comic book houses... Yeah, I'm dead sure."

...his tongue was firmly in his cheek, and the whole thing was entirely good-natured. It's also, of course, entirely possible that the whole thing was a gag on the part of the fan, who very much seems to play along with the conceit by expressing their belief that Justice League is a Marvel property. That being said, though, it's still oddly reassuring to see Miller refuse to sign a Marvel comic book out of principle. After all, he's a massive geek who's currently getting to live out his dreams in both the DC and universes (you can see him in any day now), so his whimsical refusal to sign basically just makes him seem even more like the rest of us:

Which is nice...

What do you think, though? Should Miller have signed that fan's Marvel item, or is it more fun that he didn't? Let us know below!



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