>BatPunisher vs. Emoman better then 95% of MCU movies.
We're talking about the same director who for some reason thought an Superman movie worked as dark and gritty with the Nolan approach.
Superman is suppose to be the symbol of hope, not that emo dour we got in Man of Steel.
When I think of Superman. I think of these.
"BatPunisher" is a beast and still Batman at his core, just a broken badass now.
"Emoman" is a conflicted extraterrestrial being not of this planet, and he doesn't learn it until he's around 8 year old. That'd do a helluva kick to your mental. Then to top it off, who says he has to save anyone? Why does he have to save anyone? Like his seen-commonly-in-real-life
overprotective parents who just want him to live his life and be himself said it best when they said "You don't owe this world a thing", especially during the time when the world was looking at Superman like he wasn't wanted.
My point is, these superheroes will NEVER remain little back of the cereal box, goody two shoe, boy scouts, kissing booboos and saving cats out of trees.
The world has evolved, our mind frames have evolved, our everyday situations have evolved.
Superman WAS still a Symbol of Hope in BvS, but the point of the film was to show that there is always conflicting perspectives on what "Hope" is.