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Who has the best poster?

Of the next three superhero movies coming out...

They're all being distributed (and thus marketed) by different studios. It's between Batman vs. Superman, Deadpool, and Civil War. Who brought their marketing A-Game this time around?
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Deadpool and Deadpool... Have the best poster. Another movie called, Deadpool's poster is cool as well.
CIVIL WAR
between Civil War and Deadpool
@shannonl5 True, but Feb 12 is my birthday and that's what I'm doing for that. It would really suck if they screw up my birthday plans by making Deadpool NOT come out that day.
I thought Deadpool was coming out February 12th?
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