On a side note, if you want a small yet very revealing example of how much the superhero genre has improved overall since 2006, keep in mind that back then, someone said, "Who should we get to play Beast, the troubled, poetic genius who has super strength and super agility?" and some fuckin' dude replied with, "Well, have you ever seen Frasier?"
20th Century Fox
Now We Get An Aquaman Movie?
In 2016, DC gave us Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, because simply ruining one character wasn't enough, and Suicide Squad, which was like getting an enema made of the tears of your family. In 2017, we got Wonder Woman, which was pleasantly awesome, and Justice League, which had apparently been edited by some kind of larger finger-less water mammal. And in 2018, we're getting ... Aquaman, which will feature copious water, Willem Dafoe, and Jason Mamoa's Greek statue torso.
Warner Bros. Pictures
Yes, the butt of 90 percent of all jokes about the DC Universe is getting his own film, and it's the only DC movie coming this year. I'm not saying it'll be bad; it's just that in the MCU, they put characters in solo movies to make them likable enough for the big team-up. DC puts characters in team movies that no one likes and then sends them out on their own. Kind of like if you sent back a bad pizza in a restaurant, then the waiter came back with just the pizza's melted cheese in a bowl. Hey, it might just hit the spot, depending on what kind of mood you're in.
And Then There's Deadpool 2
Also from Fox, we're getting Deadpool 2 to remind us that there is still some good left in the world. You probably knew that, but what you may not know is that they intend to give us an all-you-can-eat buffet of Deadpool movies over the next several years, with X-Force following the sequel (that's Deadpool teaming up with Cable to lead a team of mutant black ops), maybe in 2020 or so. If there isn't a Deadpool 3 after that, it probably means Ryan Reynolds got caught in some kind of grotesque scandal. (But even then ...)