Honestly I think the superhero movies that skew more out-and-out comedic (like Ragnarok, Deadpool etc.) work a lot better with a big audience than they do without one, and so how you watch them makes a big difference.
I saw the first Deadpool at a packed opening-weekend screening and it went down fantastically well (with me and others), but watching it again on Blu-Ray there were a lot more clunkers and bits that didn’t work nearly so well without that audience energy and laughter.
I didn’t see Ragnarok until relatively late in its theatrical run, in a largely empty cinema, and while I found a lot of it reasonably funny I didn’t find myself laughing much, and didn’t come out of it feeling like I’d watched a hilarious movie (unlike a lot of other people, who did).
I guess it’s a fairly obvious observation, but without that live feedback and shared-experience aspect, the superhero movies that lean heavily on comedy don’t work so well.