And that look has made them insanely popular, legitimatized superhero films as a film genre and netted them BILLIONS of dollars. So there's nothing unfortunate about it unless you're a fan of the second and third rate imitators.
As for THIS film, I normally hate the animated films, but it worked for this story and this concept. Save us from a live action Spider-Ham.
I doubt people are attracted solely to the uniform “look” of Marvel films. Also, Marvel didn’t “legitimize” the superhero genre.
Richard Donner, Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan did that...
Disagree. As much as I love those movies, they were outliers....they weren't a genre. They Donner and Burton blazed the path but it was Fox with the X-Men movies and Sony with the Raimi spider-Man movies and yes Marvel for making them a genre. Nolan....one of the strengths of his superior Batman trilogy, IMO, among non comics fans is that they don't feel like superhero movies.