Dwayne Johnson Responds To ‘Black Adam’ vs. ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Box Office Trolls

The Rock calls out the unfair comparison as Marvel fans pretend they get the win.

Dwayne Johnson Responds To 'Black Adam' vs. 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' Box Office Trolls

Dwayne Johnson responds to various sites and trolls that are baiting fans regarding the Black Adam box office versus that of Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Everyone likes a good DC vs. Marvel rivalry, but I gotta be on the side of Johnson and agree there is no comparison.

IGN, of course, trolled its audience pointing out that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever already passed the box office of Black Adam, which saw Johnson respond.

“What a neutral post. I love competing, but @IGN you guys are in the biz with us there’s no competition with the established global brand of Black Panther compared to Black Adam & JSA who a year ago no one even heard of. No need to knock us, we’re new babies and have to grow,” said Johnson.

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Aquaman beats Black Panther

Sorry Marvel fans, Aquaman beats Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Feige’s Marvel zombies love to point out that the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever box office is currently at $546 million while Black Adam is at $366 million.

I actually had this happen in my Facebook group (hardcore fans only) where I deleted a troll’s post and posted one of my own: Aquaman vs Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, as they both feature similar characters.

Aquaman finished with over $1.1 billion at the box office, but Black Panther: Wakanda Forever won’t come anywhere near that.

DC wins. See how that works?

Wakanda Forever is also trailing the first movie by a big-time margin so there is also that, and recently saw a report offer that a whopping 40% of Marvel fans are unhappy, while only 20% of DC fans are unhappy. Another plus in the DC fans’ corner? They spend more money than the chintzy MCU fans.

Marvel Eternals and Shang-Chi

How about comparing Black Adam to other Marvel movies featuring new characters?

While Marvel fans are pretending they got a win, Black Adam is right in line with flicks such as Shang-Chi ($434M) and Eternals ($402M).

Oh, wait, you argue about the pandemic, right?

Yep, Spider-Man: No Way Home brought in almost $2 billion. You’re right.

And what is hilarious is that the trades are using the pandemic as an excuse for Wakanda Forever‘s box office not living up to expectations. Shazam!