Captain America? A stupid *** archaic holdover from the WWII propaganda craze. A character literally created to sell war bonds.
Thor? Another dumb character. Stan Lee's motivation for creating Thor was literally "Well I already made the Hulk and I said he was the strongest, do how can I make another super strong character stronger than the strongest? I know! I'll make my next superhero be literally a god!" No, seriously. Look that **** up. 50 years later we get some ridiculous mishmash of Norse mythology and alien sci fi all because Stan Lee wanted a god superhero.
Iron Man is cool.
Hulk is cool but writers have no idea what to do with his character as he fluctuates from mindless murderous monster to genius scientist in complete control of a super strong body to slightly more intelligent murderous monster to heroic monster to textbook schizophrenic every half decade.
Spider-Man is one of the greatest superheroes ever made
The X-Men is one of the greatest comics franchises. But 1980s New Teen Titans>>>>X-Men
Marvel cosmic universe is ridiculously convoluted and filled with too many bland, "cosmic" heroes who are just god level beings with no personality
Most street level Marvel characters like Daredevil and Iron fist are cool.
Marvel street level>>>>>DC street level (except Batman obviously).
But the grander DC universe and cohesion of its heroes>>>>>Marvel. Young Justice is the perfect execution of what DC Comics represents. I'll skip the next three MCU movies for 3 more seasons.
Oh, but Ultimate Marvel>>>>>DC right up until Ultimatum