Superheroes are no longer someone simply for the children to look up to. It’s safe to say that, now more than ever, the superhero Hollywood franchise has changed the way we live. We live in a superhero world. Deadpool and Batman vs Superman only added to that this year. We already have a Deadpool 2 in the works, and much more planned from Batman and Superman of course. Comic books and cartoons were once loved by those below their teenage years, but now it’s deemed as socially acceptable to walk around in superhero gear, or to play the latest video games, and to see the same movie four or five times in a week-span. Hollywood superheroes have well and truly changed the entertainment industry as we know it, and it isn’t about to let up.

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Deadpool is proof of how loved these films and niches are. Not only was this film a project long in the making, but it well and truly exploded upon its release.

With children supporting the basis of these Hollywood works, the adult demand has only grown. Deadpool provided an all-adult superhero, and one the adults could really interact with. Yet, his appeal, across the world, has still been taken in by the youngsters.

Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) pauses from a life-and-death battle to break the fourth wall, much to the dismay of his comrades Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) and Colossus (voiced by Stefan Kapicic).

Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) pauses from a life-and-death battle to break the fourth wall, much to the dismay of his comrades Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) and Colossus (voiced by Stefan Kapicic).

It seems as if it’s something we never grow out of, and why should we, right?

Batman vs Superman typified the new entertainment industry. The film had crazy hype, and to some it didn’t live up to it, yet it still generated a whopping £550 million, and that should exceed most summer-titles combined [ones that aren’t in the superhero niche].

That’s right, the film was in that much demand and people were still going to go and see it, even after some less than kind reviews.

Perhaps in the world we live in, not only do we need something to take our mind off of things, but we want to believe in a better world, a saviour of sorts. The superhero niche provides the best of both worlds in a few-hours of packed entertainment.

The branding is so marketable that even birthday cards, shoes, magazines, clothes and many other marketable merchandise have given in to the temptation to release their own Deadpool and Batman vs Superman gear.

It’s safe to say these already successful brands will continue to do just that, however, Deadpool will inspire many more. The comic-turned-film seemed to become an overnight success, despite its year of hard work. Many less-known brands are continuing to work on their superhero greatness, hoping that they can take part in this movie-merchandise entertainment mayhem.

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About The Author

Simon Fitzjohn

Simon is a journalism tutor in London, who also just happens to be a movie fanatic, with a craving for the darker side of cinema. He has written two books, one on the horror films of director Bob Clark (2014) and the other on the history of the character Norman Bates (2015). His third book, on the work of British exploitation director Pete Walker, is due in 2017.