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(HitFix)   Yes, superheros rule the big screen, but here are 10 superheros who really, really don't need their own movie   (hitfix.com) divider line 117
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2012-08-12 09:39:23 AM
t1.gstatic.com
 
2012-08-12 10:02:16 AM
Superman and Batman should be the top of the list.

With Superman, every damn movie is another origin, and his only villain is Lex Luthor.

And Batman has already had, what, a dozen movies already?
 
2012-08-12 10:29:51 AM
Author's not a big DC fan I see. He's not wrong though. The Justice League is pretty lame compared to The Avengers. And people might be tired of Superman after the lackluster Superman Returns and what seems like 15 years of Smallville and Lois & Clark before that.
 
2012-08-12 10:30:54 AM
Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.
 
2012-08-12 10:33:11 AM

adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.


A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.
 
2012-08-12 10:39:11 AM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.


As long as they don't John Carter it.

The source material was pretty terrifying at times. I remember first learning about sexual predators from that comic. It could be an amazing film if anyone had the balls to do it and didn't make it cute and broad brush.
 
2012-08-12 10:44:33 AM

adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


That'll be a hard sell since last year's TV show was canceled before the first commercial break. And it was on the CW. They don't cancel anything.
 
2012-08-12 10:45:07 AM

adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.

As long as they don't John Carter it.

The source material was pretty terrifying at times. I remember first learning about sexual predators from that comic. It could be an amazing film if anyone had the balls to do it and didn't make it cute and broad brush.


Was it this book?

www.toplessrobot.com

You know, the one where young Peter Parker's friend Skip Westcott wanted to see how far lil' Spidey could shoot his organic webbing?
 
2012-08-12 11:37:23 AM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.

As long as they don't John Carter it.

The source material was pretty terrifying at times. I remember first learning about sexual predators from that comic. It could be an amazing film if anyone had the balls to do it and didn't make it cute and broad brush.

Was it this book?

[www.toplessrobot.com image 300x458]

You know, the one where young Peter Parker's friend Skip Westcott wanted to see how far lil' Spidey could shoot his organic webbing?


You know, to this day I still remember that comic, and I haven't read comics in years.
 
2012-08-12 11:39:14 AM
OK, help me out here.

Early 80's. Free, "PSA-type" comic book. Not sure which superhero was featured. Subject was drug-abuse, featured kids laughing at a funeral. Anyone recall?
 
2012-08-12 11:40:38 AM
I have the feeling we'll see two more Hulk movies before we ever see a Wonder Woman flick. And then it'll be of "Catwoman" quality.
 
2012-08-12 11:46:17 AM
When can I have this?

t2.gstatic.com

FUND IT ALREADY!
 
2012-08-12 11:48:30 AM
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-08-12 11:48:55 AM
bc dc scks
 
2012-08-12 11:50:36 AM

MattyFridays: OK, help me out here.

Early 80's. Free, "PSA-type" comic book. Not sure which superhero was featured. Subject was drug-abuse, featured kids laughing at a funeral. Anyone recall?


I don't remember a free one (though I'm sure they existed), but Amazing Spider-Man's Green Goblin Reborn arc was made in response to a request from the Health Department. Link I believe that was the first depiction of narcotic abuse in a main title.
 
2012-08-12 11:52:14 AM

Mugato: That'll be a hard sell since last year's TV show was canceled before the first commercial break. And it was on the CW. They don't cancel anything.


That's why DC or Marvel should be careful just who handles their characters.
They may make a ton of cash ala The Avengers, or you could end up with Dolph Lundgren Punisher and/or Adrianne Palicki Wonder Woman. No knock on Dolph or Adrianne, they did the best with what they were given. but still....
 
2012-08-12 11:52:53 AM
Two things I want from Superhero movies:
1) A Squirrel Girl movie. Hell, make it direct-to-dvd. It could be a good satire of all of the big-budget blockbusters.

2) The next time DC decides to reboot a franchise (whether it's Batman, Superman, or whatever), the last film before the reboot has to end with Superboy punching the film reel into oblivion at the end of the credits.
 
2012-08-12 11:54:16 AM

clkeagle: MattyFridays: OK, help me out here.

Early 80's. Free, "PSA-type" comic book. Not sure which superhero was featured. Subject was drug-abuse, featured kids laughing at a funeral. Anyone recall?

I don't remember a free one (though I'm sure they existed), but Amazing Spider-Man's Green Goblin Reborn arc was made in response to a request from the Health Department. Link I believe that was the first depiction of narcotic abuse in a main title.


And don't forget Speedy going through addiction in the Green Arrow comics.
 
2012-08-12 11:59:28 AM
Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.
 
2012-08-12 12:01:47 PM

MattyFridays: OK, help me out here.

Early 80's. Free, "PSA-type" comic book. Not sure which superhero was featured. Subject was drug-abuse, featured kids laughing at a funeral. Anyone recall?


Was it one of the Teen Titans drug abuse comics?

There were three of them, one from Keebler, and two from the President's Drug Awareness Campaign.

There was also a Captain America DRUGS book.
 
2012-08-12 12:02:49 PM
images.darkhorse.com

I want this in full-length live-action goodness.
 
2012-08-12 12:06:54 PM
Just give us a damn Black Panther movie, and a decent Daredevil. Is that too much to ask?
 
2012-08-12 12:11:16 PM

hubiestubert: Just give us a damn Black Panther movie, and a decent Daredevil. Is that too much to ask?


I enjoyed Daredevil. I hear the director's cut is much better than the theatrical release.
 
2012-08-12 12:14:56 PM

adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


repeated and THIS'd for emphasis!
 
2012-08-12 12:17:00 PM
I want a Luke Cage movie, and I want it set in 1971. Tarantino to direct.

I want a Doctor Strange movie and i want it set in 1969 high psychedelic style.

/furthermore i want a James Bond movie and I want it set in 1958.
 
2012-08-12 12:21:16 PM
how about a cloak and dagger movie based on the original 4 comics?

or frank millers dark knight
 
2012-08-12 12:22:31 PM

tudorgurl: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


repeated and THIS'd for emphasis!


There are a couple problems with Wonder Woman. First, there's never been a good, memorable Wonder Woman story. No, Kingdom Come or Sacrifice don't count. Second, every time someone tries to make a Wonder Woman live action project, it turns into this huge mess that doesn't know whether it wants to spout feminist jargon or show Wonder Woman as someone with the powers of a god but still can't find a good man.

Until WBDC gets it through their thick heads that people just want to see Wonder Woman kick ass (like Xena) and not identify with her romantic problems, there won't be a good Wonder Woman movie or TV show.

/so, twelfth of never.
 
2012-08-12 12:26:59 PM

Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.


Found her:
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-08-12 12:32:21 PM

Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]


"No capes."
 
2012-08-12 12:38:17 PM

Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]


You know, I'd watch that.
 
2012-08-12 12:42:27 PM

FirstNationalBastard: MattyFridays: OK, help me out here.

Early 80's. Free, "PSA-type" comic book. Not sure which superhero was featured. Subject was drug-abuse, featured kids laughing at a funeral. Anyone recall?

Was it one of the Teen Titans drug abuse comics?

There were three of them, one from Keebler, and two from the President's Drug Awareness Campaign.

There was also a Captain America DRUGS book.


YES! IT WAS TEEN TITANS! I remember because Cyborg was in and that was the first time I saw him and I wondered how he peed.
 
2012-08-12 12:43:49 PM

Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]


I have to give it to Cosplayers who get implants to better fill the role. However, face is a little rough. I prefer Yaya Han.
 
2012-08-12 12:48:37 PM
Manufactured nerd rage. oh boy! That's tough to do, article writer.

Put a good writer on anything and it doesn't matter.
Put Whedon on Aquaman and it'd make enough for a sequel.
This article is dumb.
 
2012-08-12 12:48:46 PM
I love how he bases his opinion with Aquaman and Wonder Woman on the crappy ways they've been portrayed before, like "You had your chance, but the previous guy decided to make you look stupid, so you're not fit for anything!". Hire an intelligent script writer and tell the studio to go to hell if they want to make drastic changes.

And no thanks to that retarded SuperFriends cartoon, Aquaman's forever relegated to "joke character". Never mind that he's nearly as strong as Superman, practically invulnerable underwater, can crush your ass with water spheres, and commands everything that lives in the depths (EVERYTHING, and you better hope he's in a charitable mood and only summons blue whales or giant squid). Plus he's a total hottie and perfect to lure viewers in with fanservice.
 
2012-08-12 12:49:55 PM

MattyFridays: Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]

I have to give it to Cosplayers who get implants to better fill the role. However, face is a little rough. I prefer Yaya Han.


You think those are implants? You poor sad creature.
 
2012-08-12 12:51:51 PM
Another horribly written article linked to FARK. When will the government intervene?
 
2012-08-12 12:52:17 PM

FirstNationalBastard: tudorgurl: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


repeated and THIS'd for emphasis!

There are a couple problems with Wonder Woman. First, there's never been a good, memorable Wonder Woman story. No, Kingdom Come or Sacrifice don't count. Second, every time someone tries to make a Wonder Woman live action project, it turns into this huge mess that doesn't know whether it wants to spout feminist jargon or show Wonder Woman as someone with the powers of a god but still can't find a good man.

Until WBDC gets it through their thick heads that people just want to see Wonder Woman kick ass (like Xena) and not identify with her romantic problems, there won't be a good Wonder Woman movie or TV show.

/so, twelfth of never.


So. You never read Wonder Woman huh? I can think of a number of good ones.
 
2012-08-12 12:59:24 PM

Keizer_Ghidorah: MattyFridays: Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]

I have to give it to Cosplayers who get implants to better fill the role. However, face is a little rough. I prefer Yaya Han.

You think those are implants? You poor sad creature.


Yeah, I can tell when puppies are real or fake, it's my X-Man power and they're real.
 
2012-08-12 01:17:18 PM

Keizer_Ghidorah: You think those are implants? You poor sad creature.


This, also

Aquaman movie COULD be very good depending on script and director. Should be dark not preachy and feature him as a king not some random mystery Eco d-bag. Good ending for the movie after all the fighting and yapping on would be him waking some heinous beast from the ocean depths to make his point, some cthullu / godziolla like huge monster.
 
2012-08-12 01:20:51 PM
List fails for demanding no more x-men movies when X-men: First Class was one of the coolest superhero films I've ever seen. Light, sure, but that's what I expect from comics.

/wants more villains like kevin bacon, more Michael Fassbinder as Magneto, please.
 
2012-08-12 01:24:53 PM

adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: tudorgurl: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


repeated and THIS'd for emphasis!

There are a couple problems with Wonder Woman. First, there's never been a good, memorable Wonder Woman story. No, Kingdom Come or Sacrifice don't count. Second, every time someone tries to make a Wonder Woman live action project, it turns into this huge mess that doesn't know whether it wants to spout feminist jargon or show Wonder Woman as someone with the powers of a god but still can't find a good man.

Until WBDC gets it through their thick heads that people just want to see Wonder Woman kick ass (like Xena) and not identify with her romantic problems, there won't be a good Wonder Woman movie or TV show.

/so, twelfth of never.

So. You never read Wonder Woman huh? I can think of a number of good ones.


No one reads Wonder Woman. That's the whole point.

Superman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern... it isn't difficult to think of a memorable story for any of the characters.

Wonder Woman? Nothing. Just forgettable run after forgettable run. There's no Terminal Velocity or Rogue's War or No Man's Land or President Lex or Sinestro War for Wonder Woman.
 
2012-08-12 01:29:58 PM
aquaman, ftw
 
2012-08-12 01:30:10 PM
Honestly; I don't want any more DC Live Action films.

I would, however, like more DC animated movies.

You know, more of

t3.gstatic.com

and

robot6.comicbookresources.com

and

img1.bdbphotos.com

The Green arrow short on that last one was excellent.

Please. More of these.
 
2012-08-12 01:31:32 PM

Jamdug!: Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]

You know, I'd watch that.


Oh, hayell yas!

/I'll be the one in the back row, with a raincoat draped over my lap.
//Fappity fap fap.
 
2012-08-12 01:33:15 PM
And... before I forget, there's a group doing a Batgirl webseries. Link

It'll probably hard to be as good as the Joker Blogs, but we'll see.
 
2012-08-12 01:36:02 PM

TheZorker: And... before I forget, there's a group doing a Batgirl webseries. Link

It'll probably hard to be as good as the Joker Blogs, but we'll see.


Ah, the good Batgirl, not the "I'm Geoff Johns, and I insist that everything be reset back to the way it was in the 1970s when I was 12-years-old and masturbating to Barbara Gordon as a congresswoman! Oh, and fark character development, I CAN'T STROKE IT TO CRIPPLES!" Batgirl.
 
2012-08-12 01:36:19 PM

Metaluna Mutant: I want a Luke Cage movie, and I want it set in 1971. Tarantino to direct.

I want a Doctor Strange movie and i want it set in 1969 high psychedelic style.

/furthermore i want a James Bond movie and I want it set in 1958.


Intriguing. Do you happen to have a digital publication containing other suggestions that I could receive on a regular basis?

/Doctor Strange by Terry Gilliam
 
2012-08-12 01:37:36 PM
Stupid click driving slideshow.

Deslided Here
 
2012-08-12 01:43:22 PM
From the article:

The bigger problem, however, is that DC has just rebooted Superboy (for the second time in two decades) and he's not a younger version of Kal-El. He's a partial clone of Kal-El and another alien race.

Evidently the author considers the 1990s to be a time in which events "just" occurred, though this is understandable if the author believes humans to be aliens.
 
2012-08-12 01:45:07 PM

Dimensio: From the article:

The bigger problem, however, is that DC has just rebooted Superboy (for the second time in two decades) and he's not a younger version of Kal-El. He's a partial clone of Kal-El and another alien race.

Evidently the author considers the 1990s to be a time in which events "just" occurred, though this is understandable if the author believes humans to be aliens.


No, no, the author thinks Lex Luthor is an alien now. And that's terrible.
 
2012-08-12 01:46:20 PM
I don't understand why Wonder Woman's iconography makes her a difficult property to develop for the screen. I'm assuming the writer is referring to her mythological origins?

Is that really what is holding back development on a Wonder Woman movie? Thor is packed full of in Norse Gods, and it generated enough cash for a sequel. Same with the Clash of the Titans series - featuring the same Greek gods used in Wonder Woman's supporting cast.
 
2012-08-12 01:47:23 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Dimensio: From the article:

The bigger problem, however, is that DC has just rebooted Superboy (for the second time in two decades) and he's not a younger version of Kal-El. He's a partial clone of Kal-El and another alien race.

Evidently the author considers the 1990s to be a time in which events "just" occurred, though this is understandable if the author believes humans to be aliens.

No, no, the author thinks Lex Luthor is an alien now. And that's terrible.


The "rebooted" Superboy is evidently a hybrid clone of Superman and an as-yet unidentified human.

My statement regarding the author's perception of time was inaccurate, as Superboy's origin was recently "rebooted".
 
2012-08-12 01:50:36 PM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: tudorgurl: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


repeated and THIS'd for emphasis!

There are a couple problems with Wonder Woman. First, there's never been a good, memorable Wonder Woman story. No, Kingdom Come or Sacrifice don't count. Second, every time someone tries to make a Wonder Woman live action project, it turns into this huge mess that doesn't know whether it wants to spout feminist jargon or show Wonder Woman as someone with the powers of a god but still can't find a good man.

Until WBDC gets it through their thick heads that people just want to see Wonder Woman kick ass (like Xena) and not identify with her romantic problems, there won't be a good Wonder Woman movie or TV show.

/so, twelfth of never.

So. You never read Wonder Woman huh? I can think of a number of good ones.

No one reads Wonder Woman. That's the whole point.

Superman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern... it isn't difficult to think of a memorable story for any of the characters.

Wonder Woman? Nothing. Just forgettable run after forgettable run. There's no Terminal Velocity or Rogue's War or No Man's Land or President Lex or Sinestro War for Wonder Woman.


No, YOU don't read it. Therefore you can't think of a storyline. If you don't read it, how could you have any idea if there are good arcs or not? Odyssey would be a perfect fit. Almost anything from Greg Rucka's run, or Contagion from Gail Simones run. Also, the new 52 line would make great movie material.
 
2012-08-12 01:53:51 PM

Max Awesome: I don't understand why Wonder Woman's iconography makes her a difficult property to develop for the screen. I'm assuming the writer is referring to her mythological origins?

Is that really what is holding back development on a Wonder Woman movie? Thor is packed full of in Norse Gods, and it generated enough cash for a sequel. Same with the Clash of the Titans series - featuring the same Greek gods used in Wonder Woman's supporting cast.


My thoughts exactly. Warner is just terrible at thinking outside a modern setting. They want everything set in a modern day setting it seems. They seem to be afraid of a story that steps into mythology or outer space.
 
2012-08-12 01:55:03 PM

TheZorker: Honestly; I don't want any more DC Live Action films.

I would, however, like more DC animated movies.

You know, more of

[t3.gstatic.com image 184x274]

and

[robot6.comicbookresources.com image 364x500]

and

[img1.bdbphotos.com image 400x551]

The Green arrow short on that last one was excellent.

Please. More of these.


With a bigger budget, and more full animation, I'd agree with you. Not the way they're coming out now. Look at the way even Bruce Timm's excellent designs have been compromised by the terrible animation and low production values at Warner.
 
2012-08-12 01:59:49 PM
The Maxx directed by Terry Gilliam please.
 
2012-08-12 02:00:38 PM
I want a 15 year moratorium on live action superhero flicks.

/There. I said it.
 
2012-08-12 02:07:13 PM

MattyFridays: FirstNationalBastard: MattyFridays: OK, help me out here.

Early 80's. Free, "PSA-type" comic book. Not sure which superhero was featured. Subject was drug-abuse, featured kids laughing at a funeral. Anyone recall?

Was it one of the Teen Titans drug abuse comics?

There were three of them, one from Keebler, and two from the President's Drug Awareness Campaign.

There was also a Captain America DRUGS book.

YES! IT WAS TEEN TITANS! I remember because Cyborg was in and that was the first time I saw him and I wondered how he peed.


3.bp.blogspot.com

2.bp.blogspot.com

images.wikia.com

They guy in the center in purple and red is The Protector. He was created specifically for these books, because DC couldn't use Robin in these specific books because of some rights bullshiat.
 
2012-08-12 02:15:09 PM

adamgreeney:
No, YOU don't read it. Therefore you can't think of a storyline. If you don't read it, how could you have any idea if there are good arcs or not? Odyssey would be a perfect fit. Almost anything from Greg Rucka's run, or Contagion from Gail Simones run. Also, the new 52 line would make great movie material.


I don't recall if this was Rucka, Simone, or Picoult, but there was a good series where WW fought the devil alongside Beowulf in order to reclaim her soul. That would make a great movie.
 
2012-08-12 02:31:44 PM

MoronLessOff: When can I have this?

[t2.gstatic.com image 180x280]

FUND IT ALREADY!


Yeah, I'd love to see The Goon on the big screen. What could be more fun than orangutans that suffer from spontaneous combustion?

I'd also like to see a movie about the classic Doom Patrol from the '60s.

And Ambush Bug. Can't leave out Ambush Bug.
 
2012-08-12 02:40:07 PM

Galileo's Daughter: adamgreeney:
No, YOU don't read it. Therefore you can't think of a storyline. If you don't read it, how could you have any idea if there are good arcs or not? Odyssey would be a perfect fit. Almost anything from Greg Rucka's run, or Contagion from Gail Simones run. Also, the new 52 line would make great movie material.

I don't recall if this was Rucka, Simone, or Picoult, but there was a good series where WW fought the devil alongside Beowulf in order to reclaim her soul. That would make a great movie.


That was Picoult. Also an excellent choice. Warner just wants everything to be Batman in tone and style instead of marking creative, brilliant work. Very depressing
 
2012-08-12 02:41:07 PM

adamgreeney: Warner just wants everything to be Batman in tone and style instead of marking creative, brilliant work. Very depressing


The new Superman doesn't look like Batman. It looks lame as hell but it doesn't look like Batman.
 
2012-08-12 02:41:39 PM
Superheroes, submitter.
 
2012-08-12 02:53:03 PM
TFA is pretty stupid the top 2 already had movies, The X-men movies with the exception of X-3 were pretty good and I would actually like a Wonder Woman movie if they could do it right.
 
2012-08-12 02:54:15 PM
thequarterbin.com

Runaways. Great first story. Haven't read the rest, though.
 
2012-08-12 02:56:49 PM
I strongly disagree with their evaluation of the Power Pack comic. A properly computer-animated 3D kids movie will sell potentially better than any other property they have. They spend half their time infantilizing their characters for toddler consumption as it is. Just hand Power Pack off to Pixar and let them go crazy with it and they could have a summer blockbuster kiddie flick.
 
2012-08-12 03:06:58 PM
Only agreed with #s 4-7; the rest? Yes please, to all of them.
 
2012-08-12 03:07:24 PM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.

As long as they don't John Carter it.

The source material was pretty terrifying at times. I remember first learning about sexual predators from that comic. It could be an amazing film if anyone had the balls to do it and didn't make it cute and broad brush.

Was it this book?



You know, the one where young Peter Parker's friend Skip Westcott wanted to see how far lil' Spidey could shoot his organic webbing?


No, it was when he got felt up by the comic book store owner.
 
2012-08-12 03:11:21 PM
1 Booster Gold & Blue Beetle with Nathan Fillon as booster.
2. Luke Cage & Iron Fist blackaption style.
 
2012-08-12 03:14:09 PM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


So. Much. This.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.


So. Much. That.
 
2012-08-12 03:14:18 PM

RatMaster999: [thequarterbin.com image 350x490]

Runaways. Great first story. Haven't read the rest, though.


Only read the Brian K. Vaughan stuff (the three oversized hardcovers, or v1 1-18 and v2 1-24). Everything after Vaughan left the book sucks.
 
2012-08-12 03:16:36 PM

Mugato: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

That'll be a hard sell since last year's TV show was canceled before the first commercial break. And it was on the CW. They don't cancel anything.


To me, not really: Back a truck up full of money for Joss Whedon AND give him full control over it (IOW absolutely NO INTERFERENCE by the suits at WB). Done.
 
2012-08-12 03:17:15 PM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.


I'm thinking more of Cartoon Network or Nick. Look at Young Justice and the Airbender serieseses. Those shows are proof that you can have mature stories about young heroes, keeping them fun without dumbing them down.
 
2012-08-12 03:18:36 PM

deadsanta: List fails for demanding no more x-men movies when X-men: First Class was one of the coolest superhero films I've ever seen. Light, sure, but that's what I expect from comics.

/wants more villains like kevin bacon, more Michael Fassbinder as Magneto, please.


He was saying he didn't was to see more standalone movies for specific characters. He was all for more X-men ensemble movies.
 
2012-08-12 03:19:08 PM

Rwa2play: To me, not really: Back a truck up full of money for Joss Whedon AND give him full control over it (IOW absolutely NO INTERFERENCE by the suits at WB). Done.


Hmm. Joss Whedon write a story about a girl who kicks ass. Well it would be a stretch for him but maybe.
 
2012-08-12 03:19:34 PM

Dumb-Ass-Monkey: FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.

I'm thinking more of Cartoon Network or Nick. Look at Young Justice and the Airbender serieseses. Those shows are proof that you can have mature stories about young heroes, keeping them fun without dumbing them down.


This.
 
2012-08-12 03:20:39 PM

Mugato: Rwa2play: To me, not really: Back a truck up full of money for Joss Whedon AND give him full control over it (IOW absolutely NO INTERFERENCE by the suits at WB). Done.

Hmm. Joss Whedon write a story about a girl who kicks ass. Well it would be a stretch for him but maybe.


Him & Gail Simone to collaborate. Now you tell me that wouldn't be full of win. :D
 
2012-08-12 03:21:05 PM
There's a few I'd like to see before I could rule out any superhero movie.

I'm still waiting on:
The Badger (Told in 2 parts, 1 in the Hospital and 1 in the "World". Maybe give Bryan Fuller a chance to play with the visuals.)
The Helm
Metal Men
Doom 2099

And fwiw, I want to believe that both Ambush Bug and Ghost Rider would be better weekly series than movies. (Ghost Rider could follow the Kung Fu format, AB the Tick.)
 
2012-08-12 03:21:35 PM

Dumb-Ass-Monkey: FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.

I'm thinking more of Cartoon Network or Nick. Look at Young Justice and the Airbender serieseses. Those shows are proof that you can have mature stories about young heroes, keeping them fun without dumbing them down.


You're right. An animated series probably would be a better format for Power Pack than just a movie.

Though personally, I'd say give the Pony people at The Hub a chance to do it.

Of course, if Jeph Loeb is in control of the Marvel animated stuff the way Dini and Timm controlled the DCAU, well... nothing good will come of that.
 
2012-08-12 03:22:20 PM
. . .didn't want to see. . .

/must proofread before finalizing.
 
2012-08-12 03:23:49 PM
Oh, and since I mentioned The Hub...

What Marvel character does Hasbro own the rights to that everyone would love to see Hasbro and Disney team up on and give us a great animated series about?

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-08-12 03:26:13 PM

Keizer_Ghidorah:

You think those are implants? You poor sad creature.


Mugato:

Yeah, I can tell when puppies are real or fake, it's my X-Man power and they're real.



Uh... if you've seen her in other outfits outside of Power Girl, it's pretty obvious they are implants. You do realize that cosmetic surgery has come a long way and not everyone looks like Tori Spelling and Kitty from Arrested Development?

In fact, one of the reasons her implants look so good is BECAUSE she has some meat on her bones and they don't look like canteloupes on a stick.

Now, I'll allow you to retort.
 
2012-08-12 03:31:20 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Oh, and since I mentioned The Hub...

What Marvel character does Hasbro own the rights to that everyone would love to see Hasbro and Disney team up on and give us a great animated series about?


For anyone interested, there is currently a group on Facebook attempting to get Marvel and Hasbro (since they already have a working relationship with the Marvel Legends line) to reprint ROM as a fundraiser for Bill Mantlo, the man who wrote the entire series.

Look up Rom's Spaceknights To Benefit Bill Mantlo (since Fark won't let me link the group)

He was hit by a car in 1992 and has been in institutionalized care since then. The hope is that the proceeds of a ROM reprint would go toward helping pay for his care, since it's not likely he'll ever be able to live on his own.
 
2012-08-12 03:35:04 PM
Kinda thought this would make for a great TV series.

comicbookrealm.com
 
2012-08-12 03:36:05 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Oh, and since I mentioned The Hub...

What Marvel character does Hasbro own the rights to that everyone would love to see Hasbro and Disney team up on and give us a great animated series about?

[upload.wikimedia.org image 400x604]


I loved ROM.
But, you would have to remove the gore that used to exist when the removed him from his suit.

If I recall, he was melting as 1/2 his humanity was back on his home planet.
 
2012-08-12 03:46:29 PM

Virtual Pariah: FirstNationalBastard: Oh, and since I mentioned The Hub...

What Marvel character does Hasbro own the rights to that everyone would love to see Hasbro and Disney team up on and give us a great animated series about?

[upload.wikimedia.org image 400x604]

I loved ROM.
But, you would have to remove the gore that used to exist when the removed him from his suit.

If I recall, he was melting as 1/2 his humanity was back on his home planet.


That was part of a plot against him. He was put into a cloned body, giving him back his humanity. But the clone was intentionally given a short lifespan. He was supposed to rapidly decay and die painfully, so the wraiths would finally be free of their greatest enemy.
 
2012-08-12 03:46:57 PM

hubiestubert: Kinda thought this would make for a great TV series.

[comicbookrealm.com image 256x400]


I never knew about that. I read up on it, and that's some FANTASTIC stuff.

The problem is, TV would be very very hesitant to do that because of the high bodycount from season to season. It would be a risky move to recycle the stars of the show every year.
 
2012-08-12 03:49:33 PM
Transmetropolitan. That is all.
 
2012-08-12 03:52:47 PM

Lady Beryl Ersatz-Wendigo: Transmetropolitan. That is all.


Transmet would be an HBO series, not a movie.

Of course, HBO was working on a Preacher series, but eventually got scared because of the content matter and let it die, so I guess Transmet would be just as farked.
 
2012-08-12 03:58:31 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Of course, HBO was working on a Preacher series, but eventually got scared because of the content matter and let it die, so I guess Transmet would be just as farked.


it would have been awesome

api.ning.com
 
2012-08-12 04:04:57 PM

Dumb-Ass-Monkey: FirstNationalBastard: Of course, HBO was working on a Preacher series, but eventually got scared because of the content matter and let it die, so I guess Transmet would be just as farked.

it would have been awesome

[api.ning.com image 600x394]


Sadly, the last news of a Preacher project was a movie, in which someone involved wanted Shia Lebeouf to be Arseface.
 
2012-08-12 04:09:46 PM

MattyFridays: hubiestubert: Kinda thought this would make for a great TV series.

[comicbookrealm.com image 256x400]

I never knew about that. I read up on it, and that's some FANTASTIC stuff.

The problem is, TV would be very very hesitant to do that because of the high bodycount from season to season. It would be a risky move to recycle the stars of the show every year.


It was a fun series. Got a little weird towards the end of the run, but the early issues were packed with great stuff. The high bodycount WAS an issue, and that was kind of the point. For a TV series it would make for a nice counterpoint to the endless repeats of reality TV or the backstory laden flashback series.
 
2012-08-12 04:10:26 PM

FirstNationalBastard: someone involved wanted Shia Lebeouf to be Arseface.


wouldn't have even needed makeup
 
2012-08-12 04:18:29 PM

Teufelaffe: Flappyhead: Power Girl movie. Just to see if they can find someone to fit into that outfit.

Found her:
[1.bp.blogspot.com image 524x640]


Oh, and I hear that the porn actress "Siri" is planning on doing some Power Girl stuff. Looking forward to see what she comes up with, since she's apparently an actual Power Girl fan instead of doing it to just try to get more comic nerds to buy her clips/pics/etc.
 
2012-08-12 04:30:32 PM
i478.photobucket.com

I'd say this would be amazing.

/still waiting on that Grandizer fan movie, and the live Robotech one.
 
2012-08-12 04:51:40 PM

adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.

As long as they don't John Carter it.

The source material was pretty terrifying at times. I remember first learning about sexual predators from that comic. It could be an amazing film if anyone had the balls to do it and didn't make it cute and broad brush.


I learned about the some pretty scary stuff in the pages of the Rampaging Hulk

tytempletonart.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-08-12 05:16:51 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Dumb-Ass-Monkey: FirstNationalBastard: Of course, HBO was working on a Preacher series, but eventually got scared because of the content matter and let it die, so I guess Transmet would be just as farked.

it would have been awesome

[api.ning.com image 600x394]

Sadly, the last news of a Preacher project was a movie, in which someone involved wanted Shia Lebeouf to be Arseface.


Who do you think would be good casting for Jesse, Cassidy, and Herr Starr?
 
2012-08-12 06:07:54 PM
I wouldn't mind seeing a Nightwing movie, though they'd have the same problem as a Power Girl movie: filling out the costume.

24.media.tumblr.com

dat rump

MattyFridays: Keizer_Ghidorah:

You think those are implants? You poor sad creature.

Mugato:

Yeah, I can tell when puppies are real or fake, it's my X-Man power and they're real.


Uh... if you've seen her in other outfits outside of Power Girl, it's pretty obvious they are implants. You do realize that cosmetic surgery has come a long way and not everyone looks like Tori Spelling and Kitty from Arrested Development?

In fact, one of the reasons her implants look so good is BECAUSE she has some meat on her bones and they don't look like canteloupes on a stick.

Now, I'll allow you to retort.


If she's the same woman that cosplays as Isabella Valentine, those are very real. No silicone-enhanced breast looks, hangs, and spreads out like that.
 
2012-08-12 06:32:54 PM
Wow, Power Pack. Haven't heard that in a LONG time. Actually, there was talk about a movie back when the comic was popular, but it never got off the ground.
 
2012-08-12 07:09:56 PM
www.echo-7.com
 
2012-08-12 07:11:16 PM

TheZorker: I would, however, like more DC animated movies.


Really? I love superheroes. Been collecting comics for over 30 years.
I work in a comic book store.
I go to SDCC every year.
I even run a website called I Still Believe In Heroes.

That said, those DC cartoons put me to sleep every time. Even the latest Superman with the Elite, which I held as one of the greatest comic of all time took my two times to watch.
 
2012-08-12 07:50:08 PM
What a terribly inaccurate list. You would think for a movie website they would realize there's already been a Supergirl movie. shiatty fact checking on their part. Granted they may have mentioned that in the bullshiat slideshow, but I didn't read it. A Superboy movie would be fantastic. It'd be set in a world where Superman was "dead". Wonder Woman is DC's Top 3 and a movie about her would be wonderful. Aquaman, in the right hands, would be great as well. They could pull an evironmental spin on it if they wanted to go an easy route, but easy routes work. Hawkman I can sort of agree with, but that's just because not many people are familiar with him. Wasn't he a reincarnation or something of the sort? I could make that work. Martian Manhunter could work as well. This is probably the most horrible list I've seen, and it's really an embarassment for the webpage.
 
2012-08-12 08:14:05 PM
I scrolled through this entire f*cking thread hoping someone else would point out how badly Y: The Last Man needs to be made into a movie trilogy or miniseries.

Nothing? Really? You farkers.

I even have two of the leads picked out already:


Yorick


Beth Number 1

Beth Number 2 would be Yvonne Strahovsky.
 
2012-08-12 08:16:36 PM
Grumble, grumble. Link fail on my part, but I had Chris Gorham as Yorick and Anna Torv as Beth 1.

355 would absolutely have to be Jasika Nicole.
 
2012-08-12 09:18:25 PM
Let me know when THESE guys get a movie:

www.telltalegames.com
 
2012-08-12 09:44:20 PM

AtlanticCoast63: Let me know when THESE guys get a movie:

[www.telltalegames.com image 392x489]


Sizzling weasel on a stick...MMMmmmmm!

------------------------------

I would also like to see this made, too:

i50.tinypic.com
 
2012-08-12 09:53:28 PM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: FirstNationalBastard: tudorgurl: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.


repeated and THIS'd for emphasis!

There are a couple problems with Wonder Woman. First, there's never been a good, memorable Wonder Woman story. No, Kingdom Come or Sacrifice don't count. Second, every time someone tries to make a Wonder Woman live action project, it turns into this huge mess that doesn't know whether it wants to spout feminist jargon or show Wonder Woman as someone with the powers of a god but still can't find a good man.

Until WBDC gets it through their thick heads that people just want to see Wonder Woman kick ass (like Xena) and not identify with her romantic problems, there won't be a good Wonder Woman movie or TV show.

/so, twelfth of never.

So. You never read Wonder Woman huh? I can think of a number of good ones.

No one reads Wonder Woman. That's the whole point.

Superman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern... it isn't difficult to think of a memorable story for any of the characters.

Wonder Woman? Nothing. Just forgettable run after forgettable run. There's no Terminal Velocity or Rogue's War or No Man's Land or President Lex or Sinestro War for Wonder Woman.


So what? Comic book movies are made to get everyone to see them, not just the nerds. most people dont read comic books.
 
2012-08-12 10:29:37 PM
I wanna see a Super F*ckers movie.
 
2012-08-13 12:51:35 AM

serial arseonist:

/Doctor Strange by Terry Gilliam


/Doctor Strange by Terry Gilliam

/Doctor Strange by Terry Gilliam
 
2012-08-13 01:49:55 AM
Call me when they do an Astro City movie-- Easily as epic as Avengers, but with 1/10th the licensing fees.

Also,Top 10 would be awesome, too, but the CGI costs for just having the main characters wandering around the city would bankrupt them.
 
2012-08-13 02:22:11 AM
Where's my goddamn Speedball movie???
img208.imageshack.us
 
2012-08-13 02:41:31 AM
I'm pretty sure they could make a Shazam! movie work. Superman is the most ripped-off character in comics anyway, and they're both owned by DC. It might work well as a kiddie movie - it's a fantasy about a bullied kid who can transform himself into a demi-god.
 
2012-08-13 11:28:37 AM
d1466nnw0ex81e.cloudfront.net

Please?
 
2012-08-13 01:31:29 PM

serial arseonist: /Doctor Strange by Terry Gilliam


roflrazzi.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-08-13 01:41:06 PM

bifford: I'm pretty sure they could make a Shazam! movie work. Superman is the most ripped-off character in comics anyway, and they're both owned by DC. It might work well as a kiddie movie - it's a fantasy about a bullied kid who can transform himself into a demi-god.


Friend of mine has a pic of an actor wearing the bolt across his shirt and he was dead-on as Captain Marvel. As in "spitting image" dead-on.

As far as Mary Marvel? Ellen Page. 'nuff said.

Cap Jr? Not sure.
 
2012-08-13 09:48:30 PM
What they need to make is a Justice League or Avengers movies where all the men wear nothing but Speedos and one article of clothing that helps identify them (boots, helmet, gloves, etc but nothing on the body or upper legs). They stay that way for the entire movie, and they should be sweaty a lot, give their bodies that natural gleam.

/also no digitally editing the movie to remove packages like they did with Superman Returns, everyone's endowments will be untouched... at least in that way
 
2012-08-14 04:36:00 PM

FirstNationalBastard: adamgreeney: Wonder Woman needs a movie. fark you.

And actually, a Power Pack movie? Never thought of it before, but hell yes. I'm in.

A Power Pack movie seems like a natural for Disney.


Really? Did you read any of the comic books back in the day? It's dark -Nolan's Batman was a walk in the park comparatively.

I'm waiting for Evangeline move. Or The Elementals. Or Mage. That would make my day. Awesome stuff there.

www.co2comics.com
 
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