Comic Books made into Movies

In the untimely 21st century, comic books and films were more integrated than ever before; the Marvel Cinematic Universe reigns supreme, and the superiority of superhero films has had spontaneous effects on the comics.

Original creators wrote some comic book movies

30 days of night

In 2007, the movie fun vampire flick actually was an unsuccessful movie, and then it was adapted into a comic book series when it didn’t work, and then it turned back into a movie when the comic proved successful. The movie’s initial draft was created by Steve Niles, and then it was revised by Stuart Beattie, who was one of the writers of the Pirates of the Caribbean Series, and Brian Nelson screenwriter.

Sin City

In 2005 Miller’s Sin City series was adapted which was directed by Robert Rodriguez. The director earned credit for picking a stand to get comic creators with his co-director Frank Miller. Sin City wound up detailing the creation of comic book movies with its uncommon vision look, and while Rodriquez was the more skilled director of the directing duo, the Miller’s style.


Akira has a unique story. Katsuhiro Otomo spent 8 years of his life on this story in comic book form and created the most aspiring Japanese animated film ever made. Again, Otomo adapted Akira’s story which he didn’t finish telling yet since in 1988 the movie came out, and in 1990 the manga concluded. Even though the story was created by the same author, he gave different versions of the story. But to this date, Akria remains unique.

Marvel’s The Avengers

This was the first real superhero film, and it still shines like a twinkling infinity jewel. The MCU group films have gone great (Avengers: Age of Ultron) and more substantial (Captain America: Civil War), but we’ll never forget this one. It’s shattering with cleverness and motivated pairings, and by the end, the battle of New York comes around, you’re either wiped up in the superhero madness or you don’t have a pulse.

Superman II

This is Kal-El’s only surfacing on this list, and it’s a divergent version of the film than most people are used to – but it’s all that was formerly great about Superman II, with most of the stupid stuff taken out. Gene Hackman’s Lex Luthor launching into the post-fight Daily Planet offices and formally dusting his suit with a handkerchief is still incredible.


Iron Man

This film had launched a superb casting. The character Tony Stark was played by Robert Downey Jr. it seems like he was born to play that character. The pleasing, emotional film is loaded with Stark-snark and much pathos. Ending with one of the pronounced, secret-identity-bouncing lines of any superhero movie, this was every time going to kick off a privilege. It’s just too fine.

Wonder Woman

This movie is fabulously important in terms of portrayal. Wonder Woman is dynamic, understanding, stylish, powerful, humorous, and endangered. The first female superhero movie was Wonder Woman.

Thor: Ragnarok

This was one of the most comical or laughable comic book films ever made and motivating thinking on immigration. The title character was played by Chris Hemsworth, and, the supporting character Jeff Goldblum played fabulously, the film is full of humor, love, and charm. Plus, the movie lives up to its title, and Asgard was destroyed. That’s no small achievement.



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