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Old 12-12-2012, 12:27 AM   #47
Mace Dolex
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Default Re: How close should a comic book movie be to its source material?

I remember a Stan Lee quote in which he said that movies and comics are two totally different mediums, what works in comics wouldn't work in live action.

For me I don't mind small changes but only to accommodate the movie.

Originally Posted by HydraSupreme View Post

If its done right like the 1990 Captain America movie then its fine with a few changes here and there. Sure I'm still not fond of Russian Red Skull but I do get tired of the evil German bad guy every time.

As long as the superhero wears the outfit whether its the actual costume or a new costume with the old fashioned colors from the original costume its fine too as long the costume doesn't look god awful or whatever.
I happened to like the 1990 Captain America too, I'm not a fan so I didn't mind the liberties taken with it.

American made movies should be released first in their home country and not overseas, the hell with the foreign box office. America doesn't want any more Slumdog Avengers parading to Indian music.
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