Interesting Star Wars Data

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We love Star Wars. We bet you do as well. That’s probably why you are here. But how do other stories compare to Star Wars if you asked a large group of Sci-Fi fans? Well, someone set out to do that and we find the results really interesting.

This comes from Jedi News:

Star Wars Data: How Does Star Wars Fare?

What do you get when you take 2000 sci-fi fans and ask them a range of questions about a variety of sci-fi and comic series? You get Star Wars rising, like the cream it is, to the top.

Please tick your top three favourite series out of the following list:

In your opinion what are the most-overrated fantasy/ Sci-Fi series ever?

From the following fantasy/ Sci-Fi series which do you believe/predict has the biggest revenue?

  • Star Trek series: 11.55% (231)
  • Star Wars series: 49.85% (997)
  • Battlestar Galactica series: 6.55% (131)
  • Dc Comics: 4.60% (92)
  • Marvel Comics: 16.25% (325)
  • I don’t know: 11.20% (224)

Which from the following list do you believe portrays the best ‘dark’ character?:

  • Darth Maul (Star Wars)12.50% (250)
  • Darth Sidious (Star Wars): 12.00% (240)
  • The Joker (Batman):35.15% (703)
  • Bane (Batman)8.35% (167)
  • Lex Luthor (DC Comics): 8.25% (165)
  • Loki (Marvel):6.00% (120)
  • Dr Doom (Marvel): 1.75% (35)
  • Poison ivy (Batman): 1.75% (35)
  • Dr Octopus (Marvel): 1.05% (21)
  • None of the above: 13.20% (264)

Tick your top three favourite lead role’s from the following list:

Which of the following do you think is the best form of transport?:

  • The Batmobile: 30.55% (611)
  • The Star Wars pod racers: 16.85% (337)
  • Green Goblin’ hover board: 9.95% (199)
  • The Iron Man suit: 26.25% (525)
  • Webshooters (Spiderman): 4.90% (98)
  • None of the above: 11.50% (230)

Visit their page here to see the rest of the questions and results. So what do you think? Star Wars rules it all as it rises to the top, even among a group of self-professed “nerds” and “geeks”.

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.