If you ask someone what music they like, they might easily answer “anything but country.”
There’s been lots of talk over the Lion King remake as well as Cats since, unlike things like The Jungle Book, they feature entirely animal casts. Which really means it’s an entirely CGI cast.
Avengers: Endgame was the movie to end all movies, literally.
I won't forget when I was a junior in high school and my anatomy teacher started to rant about how hair is dead and it's absurd we assign such significance to a part of our body that is literally dead.
I believe there's always been a stigma around comedians, stand-up comedians especially. There was the trope of a middle-aged man, the nerdy or balding sort with crass jokes and insults.
For years people have given the "I don't want to kill people" hero mentality a lot of flack in DC comics, considering it's a type practically pioneered by Batman. It's always used in comparison to Marvel, showing how DC supers are more morally grey, or they’re cowards, etc. I think the issue is really the type of villains they face, and how that influences their stance on ever killing someone.