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Best movie based on a comic you're not really interested in?

For me it's Hellboy with Hulk and Blade close behind.
 
Hellboy (got curious to try it, but th' art drove me away)
LXG (maybe I'll get th' trade one day)
Constantine (nah)
The Mask (Comic version's way different, no thanks)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (see above)
 
Weird I was going make this thread a few days ago:confused: but anyway x-men for me.
 
oops I misread your thread title....


For me it's Hellboy
Blade
Constantine
 
But you're, like, REALLY into the Punisher movie. Not into the comic at all?
 
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That's because they're limited. All he does is hunt vampires. He has no time for a lovelife, whatever new villain he encounters is gonna be some kind of vampire, who he's most likely gonna kill-there's nowhere to really go.
 
Chris Wallace said:
That's because they're limited. All he does is hunt vampires. He has no time for a lovelife, whatever new villain he encounters is gonna be some kind of vampire, who he's most likely gonna kill-there's nowhere to really go.

I think it's because he's just a one-dimensional "badass" stereotype.
 
CONSTANTINE the movie was interesting
 
WOLVERINE25TH said:
Hellboy (got curious to try it, but th' art drove me away)
That's odd. It's what drew me to the book in the first place. Mignola's a fine artist but I guess it's an acquired taste.
 
Sandman138 said:
I think it's because he's just a one-dimensional "badass" stereotype.
That's another way of saying it.
 
Road to Perdition.

Batman Begins.

Constantine.

Probably in that order.
 
Superman, oddly enough. I don't think I've ever bought a Superman comic, except for the Worlds at War, and even then I gave up when I bought the first three and saw there were going to do at least 856 more "special issues" in order to resolve a pretty simple plotline.
 

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