The political scene is pretty hazardous as of late. If you bring up literally any topic, you're sure to get the two parties arguing over it rather quickly. That is, that's the way it used to be. We're about to change that.

We here at Townsquare Media believe we've finally found the one, singular viewpoint that can bring Idaho Democrats and Republicans together:

There are too many superhero movies.

First of all, you expect me to sit through five, six, or even seven movies connecting a "multiverse" per year? Then you want me to find time to watch numerous spin-off shows on different streaming services? Honey, there are bills to pay and mouths to feed. Ain't nobody got time for that.

Second, stop switching things up every two weeks. There are now three different actors portraying Batman on the big screen (but Michael Keaton is the only true Caped Crusader. Fight us), Black Panther and Captain America are now entirely different characters, and we're still over here mad about Lavender Brown being recast in Harry Potter.

Finally, where are the superhero movies people really want to see? Are we ever getting that Howard The Duck sequel? Will Doug Funnie get cast in the inevitable Quailman film? Or couldn't we get two hours of Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake as a crime-fighting duo?

See? Everyone agrees! Whether you're a Republican patriot, a Democrat fighting for freedom, or someone in between, we can all agree that superhero movies need to get off this weird tangent.

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