Although the DC Extended Universe tends to be full of characters secluded and depressed vigilantes, there are actually surprisingly many who have a fun streak. When it comes to living with any of them, there would be some surprising results.
Between psychotic but entertaining anti-heroes, sarcastic sidekicks and heroes having fun with their superpowers, there are plenty of DC characters that would be fun to live with. But there are just as many who would be total doom and gloom, and living in Wayne Manor may not be worth dealing with Bruce’s constant pondering.
10 Fantastic: Aquaman
Though he was laughing at DC and was made to laugh endlessly in movies and television, Warner Bros. undermined. completely the expectations of turning Arthur Curry into a surfer-like, tattooed covered, bearded titan. Aquaman is the coolest superhero not just in the DC Extended Universe, but he’s even cooler than some heroes in MCU.
As long as he trusts them, the King of Atlantis can be relaxed and friendly around people, and he would be great to have a beer with. It would also be a breath of fresh air living in Djupavik, the small fishing village where Curry lives, as it is worlds away from the undoubtedly polluted big cities of Gotham and Metropolis.
9 Worst: Batman
It can seem great to live with Bruce Wayne without thinking too much about it, as the character lives in a mansion, waits on hand and foot, and has access to so many fun toys. His roommate could never get bored, and even though Robin was one of the reasons for that Batman forever was received negatively, it was certainly an accurate depiction of how fans would act if they lived in Wayne Manor.
However, no amount of gadgets could ever compensate for the fact that Bruce Wayne is sick and miserable. It seems that the character is constantly mourning and his roomie is the one who should be the shoulder for him to cry. And unfortunately, he is the one billionaire philanthropist playboy who does not go through wild parties all the time.
8 Fantastic: Alfred
Living with Batman would be awful, but living with Alfred would give the roommate all the benefits of living with Batman without having to deal with Bruce Wayne’s mood swings. Batcave and Wayne Manor would be available along with all the cool toys and gadgets that come with it.
What’s even better is that Alfred is not the overly emotional butler he was in Dark Knight trilogy and anthology film. He is more of the sarcastic type, which means he would be more fun to be around. Alfred is also more practical with Batman’s technology, which is part of the reason Alfred should get his own HBO Max show, but that’s also why he would become a great roommate.
7 Worst: Amanda Waller
In a world where Darkseid, the villain who waged war on Earth, and the Joker, a mass murder psychopath, both exist, Amanda Waller is possibly still the most terrifying. Based on Suicide Squad and The suicide group, Waller’s roommate would constantly be on the edge because of the incessant underlying threat of murder.
Roommates would definitely like her anger and would have to endure her scary tirades for simply not immediately washing the dishes or spending too much time in the bathroom. The only benefit her roommate would get out of the relationship would be to find out the many secrets she has, as Waller is the subject of several unanswered mysteries about the first Suicide Squad movie. But even then, it risks knowing too much and being shot in the back of the head.
6 Fantastic: Shazam
It seems a little strange to be spacious with Shazam considering he is actually a teenager who is still in school. However, Billy Batson’s superhero alter ego is so entertaining, and he’s one of the few superheroes who does not take his abilities so seriously. Shazam is one of the most telling stories in the DCEU, and that’s partly because of how funny the character is.
However, Shazam is a package deal, and potential roommates would not just stay with him, but a whole group of foster children with lots of luggage. But the thing is, Billy’s best friend and foster brother Freddy might be even more fun to live with for DC fans. Freddy is the biggest DC enthusiast as he collects superhero memorabilia and has an almost unhealthy obsession with Superman.
5 Worst: Cyborg
To be that which is a strange coincidence in Justice League, many of the heroes have major father problems. Bruce Wayne is still traumatized after his father’s death, and Barry Allen’s father is in jail. But more than any of them, Victor Stone has the most strained relationship with his father, and any potential flatmate would have to deal with the baggage that comes with it.
Before his accident, Victor would have made a great roommate as he was charismatic, an overachiever and enthusiastic about sports. He was possibly the most interesting DCEU character, but even though he is still a part of people, he lacks any kind of emotion or personality.
4 Fantastic: Harley Quinn
There are plenty of reasons why Harley Quinn would become a terrible roommate. Between being trigger-happy and looting shops, the character is psychopathic, not to mention that everyone who lives with her should also live with her pet hyena, who is jokingly named Bruce. But there are just as many reasons Harley would make a great roomie.
The character is a complete pleasure seeker, whether it’s the club or blasting chemical labs with fireworks. Sometimes she simply wants to watch TV too. Harley Quinn may seem dangerous and like someone people should not interfere with, but she is the best anti-hero in DCEU. As long as her roommate stays on her good side, she is completely harmless and if anything would have their back. On top of that, her roommate would have access to lots of outrageous and fun outfits.
3 Worst: King Shark
Surprisingly, there are many reasons why King Shark can be a wild card and quite exciting to live with. IN The suicide group, King Shark showed that he is not only an evil, bloodthirsty fish that tears people’s limbs apart, but there is actually a human side to the character as well.
It’s almost as if the naive shark just wants someone to play with when he perceived the Clyrax fish in the tank at Jotenheim as friends. But at the end of the day, he’s still a meat eater who can turn on his roommate at any time.
2 Fantastic: Wonder Woman
2017s wonder Woman and the 2020s Wonder Woman 1984 could be considered the best and worst movies in DCEU, but if there is one thing they have in common, it is the amazing costume designs. More than Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman’s roommate wanted to double their wardrobe with decades of exciting clothing.
Since the character is centuries old, she has pencil skirts and fur-lined coats from the 1910s and velvet suits and shoulder-padded jackets from the 1980s, just waiting for them to come into fashion again. Outside of a larger closet, her roommate could also learn many hours of life. While she can be overly competitive at times, Princess Diana could teach her roommate something about compassion, and she would give some of the most fascinating history lessons.
1 Worst: Superman
Ironically, many members of the Justice League would be horrible to live with even though they were heroes. Along with Cyborg and Batman, Superman would be the worst to live with. Although he has a lot of compassion as Princess Diana, and people could learn a lot from him, he is simply a wet blanket.
Where Diana still has a funny streak and is outgoing, Clark does not seem to understand the concept of funny, at least not the DCEU version of the character. Although he is kind-hearted and would definitely pay the rent on time, Superman would be an absolute bore to live with.
NEXT: 10 best comic book references in Snyderverse
from ScreenRant – Feed https://ift.tt/3uHfxc3 https://ift.tt/39wLElt