Is This Character Marvel or DC?

By: Lauren Lubas
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Starfire Can you guess which company created Starfire?
DC
Starfire is well known in the Teen Titans world. She seems a little stiff in the beginning, but we always watched for her interactions with Robin, hoping they would get together. We finally got a kiss, but it took a long time.
Marvel

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Green Lantern Hal Jordan, also known as the Green Lantern, comes from which comic book company?
Marvel
DC
Green Lantern was first created in 1959. He is the kind of character who doesn't seem to fit in, but he is considered worthy by a celestial ring. As the chosen one, Hal must learn lessons about life as he learns how to be the Green Lantern.

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Dick Grayson Sidekicks are an essential part of comic book story lines. Where would you find Dick Grayson?
DC
Though many have taken the title of Robin, Dick Grayson is one of this character's more memorable names. Robin is Batman's sidekick and apprentice. He is younger than Bruce Wayne, but Bruce always seems to take him in.
Marvel

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The Joker Do you know which company created the super villain The Joker?
DC
While Marvel boasts some of the most awesome superheroes, few can deny DC's ability to create the ultimate supervillain in The Joker. He is crazy, and he simply doesn't care what anyone thinks. He loves only one thing: chaos.
Marvel

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Captain America Captain America has been around for a while. Can you tell us which company created him?
Marvel
Captain America was named the first Avenger, and for good reason. This story arc begins during World War II in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he gets a chance to go back to his life at the end of the last "Avengers" film.
DC

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Groot Groot is one of the most beloved characters in which universe?
DC
Marvel
As one of the best characters in "The Guardians of the Galaxy" series, Groot doesn't have an extensive vocabulary, but he does have a lot to say. His wisdom shows us that there is more to being a superhero than having a cool catch phrase.

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Flash We all know that Flash can run fast, but do you know where he comes from?
Marvel
DC
The Flash is one of those characters that taps into his super powers and learns about them as his character is developed. He is a DC character, and he has been seen on television and the big screen in the "Justice League" films.

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Rocket Raccoon Where would you find Rocket Raccoon?
DC
Marvel
As one of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Rocket Raccoon is considered the jokester. However, his backstory is a bit on the dark side. He was an experiment gone wrong, and he has the scars to prove it.

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Agent Phil Coulson Do you know which comic book company created Agent Phil Coulson?
Marvel
Though Phil Coulson appeared in a few movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he is now more well-known as the lead in the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." television series. His story line in that series gets a little wonky, but it keeps people watching.
DC

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Black Widow Black Widow never received her stand-alone movie, but do you know which universe it would have been in?
DC
Marvel
There are several strong female characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Black Widow is one that comes with no superpowers given to her or obtained. She is simply an awesome assassin, and her hard work allows her to go toe-to-toe with some of the most dangerous villains.

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Beast Boy Can you tell us which company created Beast Boy?
DC
Beast Boy was created by Arnold Drake and Bob Brown. Though he looks a little like a green Robin, his abilities allow him to change form into any animal of his choosing. He can be seen in several series, including the animated "Justice League" series.
Marvel

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Iron Man Iron Man was brought to life by Robert Downey Jr. in 2008. Is he Marvel or DC?
Marvel
Iron Man is and has always been a Marvel character. As one of the driving forces of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he has been in multiple Marvel movies and comics, including "The Avengers" series.
DC

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Superman Where would you find Superman?
DC
For a while, it was difficult for people to connect with Superman. He was simply too powerful, and he came from a different planet, making him a little unrelatable. However, this DC character always seems to do well on the small screen.
Marvel

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Hawkman Which comic book company created Hawkman?
Marvel
DC
Hawkman was first seen in 1940. He showed up in "Flash Comics," issue #1. He was created by DC, and he even makes appearances in a few of DC's shows. In the comics, he has a large headdress and scepter.

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Lois Lane Lois Lane was often saved in which comic book universe?
DC
Often saved by Superman in the comics, on TV and in the movies, Lois Lane is a reporter who gets into quite a bit of trouble. She is fearless, as anyone would be if they knew a superhero would always rescue them.
Marvel

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Raven Raven has quite a few abilities. Do you know where this character is from?
Marvel
DC
"Teen Titans" included a lot of great characters that we didn't have a chance to see on the big screen. Raven was one of them. Her abilities include teleportation, flight, empathy and astral projection (just to name a few).

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Aquaman You can find Aquaman at the bottom of the ocean, but is he Marvel or DC?
Marvel
DC
The character Aquaman was created by DC writers Paul Norris and Mort Weisinger. Though he began as a background character, he soon paved his own way and received his own series in later years.

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Mary Jane Watson Not everyone in comic books is super. Mary Jane Watson, for example, was created by which company?
Marvel
Most comic book fans know Mary Jane Watson as the love interest for Peter Parker, also known as Spider-Man. Though he has different love interests throughout the comic series, everyone remembers a red-headed Kirsten Dunst playing the damsel in distress.
DC

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Swamp Thing Swamp Thing might feel like a blast from the past, but do you know who created him?
Marvel
DC
Though many don't know that Swamp Thing was an actual superhero, he was created by DC. As a matter of fact, he had his own movies and even appeared in television shows and animated series.

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Green Arrow Archers are found in many different comic book companies. Which comic book company created Green Arrow?
DC
If you were looking for another superhero who came from a wealthy background, look no further than DC's Green Arrow. He is also known as the Emerald Archer and the Battling Bowman.
Marvel

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Wonder Woman Which company created Wonder Woman?
Marvel
DC
In 1941, few believed that young girls would ever want to read comics. However, "Wonder Woman" fit every fan base, as women wanted to see her succeed, and men wanted to see what she was wearing.

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Marvel
Though Hugh Jackman's role in the X-Men universe may be over, he did end up in quite a few of the movies over the years. His ability to regenerate helped him save the world from the Dark Phoenix, until the timeline was changed, anyway.
DC

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Batman Do you know which world Batman comes from?
Marvel
DC
DC Comics created a lot of great characters, but the one everyone knows for certain is Batman. Not only has this character shown up in numerous television shows and movies, he has also been re-imagined in each telling.

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Plastic Man You may remember Plastic Man, but do you remember who owns him?
Marvel
DC
Though Plastic Man was created by Quality Comics, DC later acquired the character. Though he hasn't been around in a while, the character was one of the first to tell jokes while he fought crime, appealing to children and adults alike.

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Terra Terra was an interesting character, but do you know where she came from?
DC
Though she is remembered as a supervillain, few remember that Terra began her journey as an antihero ... or so we thought. Everyone was surprised to see her big reveal, making her an interesting character from start to finish.
Marvel

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DC
Marvel
Though the X-Men universe seems extensive, the anger in the mutants can all be boiled down to how Magneto feels about humans. He is a man scorned, and he isn't about to let anyone get away with hurting another mutant (except himself).

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Marvel
Marvel's "Fantastic 4" film series really brought the universe back to life. While Chris Evans played the Human Torch in the first set of F4 movies, producers still wanted him as Captain America in later films.
DC

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Lex Luthor Do you know which company created Lex Luthor?
DC
As Superman's arch-nemesis, Lex Luthor is an angry character who is ready to take over the world. Too bad for him, that pesky Superman is ready to save the day over and over again.
Marvel

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Juggernaut The Juggernaut is a pretty intense character. Who created him?
DC
Marvel
The Juggernaut was created by Stan Lee himself. This mutant is unstoppable, once he gets going. Few actually know that Juggernaut is Professor X's stepbrother, because it doesn't show up in the movies.

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Mr. Fantastic Mr. Fantastic founded the Fantastic 4, but who created Mr. Fantastic?
DC
Marvel
There have been a few attempts at getting the story for "Fantastic 4" right. Though we have seen these characters on the big screen a few times, their movies never seem to get the greatest reviews, especially from comic superfans.

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Luke Cage Do you know where Luke Cage comes from?
DC
Marvel
Luke Cage is strong, and has deep roots in bad neighborhoods. Though he doesn't like to use his powers, he thinks it's his duty to do so. He is basically bulletproof and has superhuman strength.

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Ghost Rider Can you name the company that created Ghost Rider?
Marvel
Ghost Rider is considered a true antihero. He is dark and angry and ready to hurt his enemies. You can identify this character by his flaming skull, the flaming tires on his motorcycle and the flames on his chain (his weapon of choice).
DC

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Drax the Destroyer Drax the Destroyer was created by which company?
Marvel
Also known as Arthur Sampson Douglas, Drax the Destroyer was first seen in a 1973 "Iron Man" comic book. However, most people know him from the "Guardians of the Galaxy" film series as well as the "Avengers" series.
DC

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Typhoid Mary Super villains come in all shapes and sizes. Do you know who first created Typhoid Mary?
Marvel
Typhoid Mary is also known as Bloody Mary, but most people know her as Mutant Zero. She originally appeared in the "Daredevil" comics, but later was found going toe-to-toe with Deadpool and Spider-Man.
DC

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Jubilee Do you know if Marvel or DC created Jubilee?
DC
Marvel
Jubilation Lee, also known as Jubilee, is most commonly found in the Marvel "X-Men" comics. She's immortal, can create explosions and has superhuman strength. She's an incredibly powerful mutant.

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