Personally I'm growing tired of Superhero movies. But I get the logic here. Those movies are super successful so it's only natural that they will be making way more of them. In the meantime as a moviegoer I am getting lost and confused in the Superheroes universe, I don't know anymore which is which and the stories are branching off in all possible directions in such a chaotic way that it stopped making sense to me.
I think the moment I realized that something was wrong was with Batman vs Superman. It dawned in me that everything in the Superheroes universe is so messed up that the writers don't even know what kind of story they want to make and they end up with the most preposterous concept they could ever come with: Pitting superheroes against each other.
Why the hell would Batman want to take on Superman? No matter how dark a superhero Batman is, if he's so far gone that he can't see that Superman is not the enemy, I think it's time for Batman to retire...
As for the other movies, now it's a huge mess of 20 Superheroes in the same movie, vs some enemy which means you don't even know who that particular movie is about and I would not be surprised if in the near future those movies will be about a group of Superheroes pitted against another group of Superheroes, including betrayals, associations, negotiations etc.
So while I don't rule out watching the occasional Superhero movie on Netflix with popcorn on an evening I'm bored and have nothing better to do, I am certainly not watching them all anymore with the fervor of the fan I used to be many years ago.