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Old 07-11-2004, 09:43 AM   #26
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I just wannna say,you did good.I made a list like a this a few months ago.

Anyways,You forgot to put Alien vs Predator.

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I just wannna say,you did good.I made a list like a this a few months ago.

Anyways,You forgot to put Alien vs Predator.
Most people don't think of Alien or Predator as comic book movies because they was movies first then they was made into comics. Even "Alien VS Predator" was based on charters that started out in the movies first.

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Old 07-11-2004, 01:25 PM   #28
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Yes,but without the comic-book,the movie wouldnt exist

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Old 07-12-2004, 11:37 AM   #29
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I think you're wrong. The movie exists because both the Alien and Preditor franchise have grown into huge cult favorites. They question "Alien vs Preditor; who would win" has been around for years. The fact that they had a skull of an Alien in the Preditor's spaceship in movie 2 shows that they created that link between worlds a long time ago.

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You forgot a lot of movies, even if you're only starting from 1966 and including those that had an American release. I have somewhere a 400-page Spanish book on comic-book films.
For example you dind't include "Danger Diabolk" (1968) or the two live action Asterix. For a more extesive list go to:
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Old 07-13-2004, 12:41 PM   #31
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You forgot a lot of movies, even if you're only starting from 1966 and including those that had an American release. I have somewhere a 400-page Spanish book on comic-book films.
For example you dind't include "Danger Diabolk" (1968) or the two live action Asterix. For a more extesive list go to:
http://www.imdb.com/List?tv=on&&keyw...based-on-comic
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There's no reason why this thread cannot be updated. If you know some dates and stuff that can be added, post them and perhaps Figma will have the time to update the original post.

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I know there were plans back in 2000 to make a Shi movie starring Tia Carrere. Not sure if it got made, though.

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Old 07-14-2004, 10:24 AM   #34
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There's no reason why this thread cannot be updated. If you know some dates and stuff that can be added, post them and perhaps Figma will have the time to update the original post.
Ok, let's play:
(2003) Michael Vaillant
(2004) Devilman (Debiruman)
(2004) Casshern
(2004) Cutie Honey
(2003) La Gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón
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Let's keep'em rolling:
[2005]Iznogoud
[2004] Immortel (ad vitam) (this one is very good).
[2004]La vraie vie des Dalton based on the Lucky Luke comics.
More to come...

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Yes, keep em rollin...

Although, I'm not sure if the original plan was to make a list of movies released on this side of the world. I'm not sure though. I'll leave it up to the thread master.

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There's to many foriegn comic films.Those should looked at later.

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Ok, let's play:
(2003) Michael Vaillant
(2004) Devilman (Debiruman)
(2004) Casshern
(2004) Cutie Honey
(2003) La Gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón
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I believe that casshern was an Anime first. From everything I've read it started as an anima TV show back in the 70s.


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Ok, let's play:
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(2004) Devilman (Debiruman)
(2004) Casshern
(2004) Cutie Honey
(2003) La Gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón
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Do you know of any site about "La Gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón" that is in english? I would really like to learn more about this.

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Let's keep'em rolling:
[2005]Iznogoud
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[2004]La vraie vie des Dalton based on the Lucky Luke comics.
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Isn't "Iznogoud" a comic strip that is kinda like "Asterix"? In fact I think the same guy that made Asterix made Iznogoud.

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There's to many foriegn comic films.Those should looked at later.
I agree. That should be a thread to themselves.

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Isn't "Iznogoud" a comic strip that is kinda like "Asterix"? In fact I think the same guy that made Asterix made Iznogoud.
more or less. It's more comical, less adventure-oriented. You can find more info her:
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Do you know of any site about "La Gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón" that is in english? I would really like to learn more about this.
the only site I could find was thios short review by the NYTimes:
http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movie...ml?v_id=282803
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Old 07-15-2004, 11:19 AM   #44
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Tried to send one back but your box is full.


Anyway. It sounds great, Love the title. Need any help with anything?
Sorry. I am incredibly lame at clearing my inbox - as you know. Should be room now though.

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There were two Prince Valiant movies...both sucked.

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And there was Faust and G-men from Hell.

All comic movies....that went straight to video

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I think you're wrong. The movie exists because both the Alien and Preditor franchise have grown into huge cult favorites. They question "Alien vs Preditor; who would win" has been around for years. The fact that they had a skull of an Alien in the Preditor's spaceship in movie 2 shows that they created that link between worlds a long time ago.
Not to mention the Alien Vs Predator video games are HUGE successes. I think they've done like 6 games or more.

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Now I see people listing characters from comic "STRIPS" like Prince Valiant or Dick Tracy or from what I call "Kiddie Comics" like Casper or Richie Rich and that's ok, but for me I always try to separate the characters that started out in comic "BOOKS" from those others.

But that's just me.

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Now I see people listing characters from comic "STRIPS" like Prince Valiant or Dick Tracy or from what I call "Kiddie Comics" like Casper or Richie Rich and that's ok, but for me I always try to separate the characters that started out in comic "BOOKS" from those others.

But that's just me.
I agree. Comic strips and comic books usually contain very different characters and stories. It's best to seperate movies based on the likes of Garfield and Peanuts to ones based on Batman and X-Men.

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I agree. Comic strips and comic books usually contain very different characters and stories. It's best to seperate movies based on the likes of Garfield and Peanuts to ones based on Batman and X-Men.
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