In 2009, Marvel was purchased by Disney for $4 billion, creating a mega-cartel of entertainment dominance. Since then, the extremely popular films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have displayed that famous Disney logo. Some properties, like Fantastic Four & the X-Men, are still under license to Fox for any film adaptations, which is why in May we’ll see Marvel properties competing with each other at the box office as the Avengers duke it out in Captain America: Civil War and Professor Xavier’s gifted youngsters defend earth in X-Men: Apocalypse. Similarly, DC Comics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Warner Bros. So, a war that started in the early days of animation, and has been argued on playgrounds and living rooms across America for over 85 years, wages on in today’s movie theaters. “Who do you prefer: Mickey Mouse or Bugs Bunny?” What started as a simple question to determine who you would hang out with after school has now escalated into a billion dollar blood feud.