I never said 20+ movies of MCU was any lesser. My point is strictly on the longevity. Even Avengers End Game worked solely because of the audience love for the characters & the very fact of the makers so ably pulling that kind of the finale. Respect to that but otherwise, it's just not that easy a film to sit through for multiple watch. Infinity War one might but not EndGame.
Without audience caring Batman v Superman didn't get that sort of buzz. If they did not care why would they get disappointed?
You don't follow, your choice. Suicide Squad, every single character has been familiar among the fan bases,the sole reason why despite the bad reviews chipping in, people dropped in to check it out themselves. BvS end scene just at the mention of Death Stroke matters because the very character does. Irrespective of the comics version or the Arrowverse version, that character has aged perfectly to stir an expectation.
When did The Flash ever lose excitement among audience? Don't talk like those twitter ones after judging me wronlgy.
Cyborg too. Not my problem if you do not follow DCEU. Titans & Doom Patrol have taken the content, the quirkiness, the craziness to be specific to another level altogether.
There is no point banging heads on who the better superheroes are. See where the most originated from. It's a done & dusted topic. Let MCU come up with a proper character rather giving a glimpse of it then we will see. Giving one cute baby groot or an annoying teen groot & say hey we made people fall in love with Groot is not the same. In terms of characters, MCU gave up long before they backed the Avengers. Beyond that was typical Hollywood stuff & nothing much. Heck, they even messed up the characterization of their own Avengers. Bruce Banner wasn't the same & good for them EndGame happened to give him some traction. They entirely gave up on Cap's character arc since Civil War. The list goes on while DCEU provides a stronger character arcs to their superheroes even in the films that bombed.