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What Comic Movie was furthest from the original comic?

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What movie strayed away from the comic the most????
 
None that I saw.
And yes, I didn't see Catwoman, lucky me.
Perhaps Electra...but I wouldn't know for sure because I didn't read the comics.
 
Batman and Robin, Specifically the Batman part. He is the "Dark Knight", in this movie he was the silver sucker. What happened to the man who brings fear into all criminals, who is avenging his parents death? This movie was an abomination to the Batman character!!!
 
Dolph Lundgren's Punisher.

And strangely enough, The Hulk.
 
interesting question, I'm gonna have to go with Catwoman, or perhaps the 1979 Captain America movie
 
Technically Catwoman, Since It Had Absolutely Nothing To Do W/the Comic. Of Those That Actually Tied In To The Source Material, I'd Say Blade.
 
AllThingsComic said:
Batman and Robin, Specifically the Batman part. He is the "Dark Knight", in this movie he was the silver sucker. What happened to the man who brings fear into all criminals, who is avenging his parents death? This movie was an abomination to the Batman character!!!

Yeah but in the 50's and 60's he was the campy man we saw in Batman and Robin, anyway surely it has to be Catwoman doesn't it?
 
The Punisher '89 version
Blade was a lot different than his original incarnation in the comics
Catwoman
Spawn
 
I was thinking strays in general
 
In design X-Men took many liberties. but obviously the right decisions. In story probably Hulk.
 
Well, helps to be sure... I mean ya got yer obvious WTF were they thinkin' strays and then ya got yer oh yeah that was a smart move strays.
 
kit1982 said:
Yeah but in the 50's and 60's he was the campy man we saw in Batman and Robin, anyway surely it has to be Catwoman doesn't it?

In total agreeance 50's and 60's was way campy, but the title is furthest from the comics. I just hated what they did to the Character, c'mon nipples? lol
 
Chris Wallace said:
Technically Catwoman, Since It Had Absolutely Nothing To Do W/the Comic. Of Those That Actually Tied In To The Source Material, I'd Say Blade.

exactly. While other movies like Batman and Robin are just as much a travesty, they featured elements from the comics, no matter how perverted. Catwoman wasn't the first movie to be tagged with INO for no reason.
 
AllThingsComic said:
Batman and Robin, Specifically the Batman part. He is the "Dark Knight", in this movie he was the silver sucker. What happened to the man who brings fear into all criminals, who is avenging his parents death? This movie was an abomination to the Batman character!!!

You've clearly never read Batman comics of the 40's, 50's and early 60's. Joel Schumacher did. And no matter how ridiculous B&R is, the comics were more ridiculous. Baby Batman. Zebra-Batman. In an issue of SUperman from the 50's, Batman goes shopping for a present for Superman's birthday....in a mall, in broad daylight. Batman also didn't just have Robin and Batgirl, he had Batwoman, Batdog, Batmite....
 
WallCrawl said:
Catwoman wasn't the first movie to be tagged with INO for no reason.

Actually I believe that was Godzilla.
 

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