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Discussion in 'Marvel Comics' started by house of f, Apr 20, 2006.
Avengers, as a team. I'd love ta see that, it'd be awesome.
or like i hate said for a young avengers toon
Daredevil - Frank Miller/Brian Micheal Bendis/Ed Brubaker stories. Put it on FX and that's a high rated show right there.
I think The Walking Dead would make a great series. I think it would draw viewers alot like Lost and 24.
DO YOU HEAR ME TV PEOPLE?!?!
definitely!! it has the potential to make an amazing series.
since we're going outside Marvel, one series that DEFINITELY could become a cult hit like Lost is a Y: The Last Man series. it has the mysteries, it has action, it has great characters and dialogue, not to mention some amazing cliffhangers. it'd be perfect for a series.
the sons of the tiger
the what if would be a good idea
Y'know I wonder why Brian Vaughn wouldn't try to make Y, The Last Man a television show instead of a movie. Isn't there more money in making it a TV show. The royalities alone from DVD sales and syndication alone would set him up for life. Besides, it would give his story the chance to breath and not be rushed like it would in a movie. Would also give ALOT of actresses in Hollywood a job.
My idea for Captain America: The Animated Series:
The deal: The first season or two would be set in WWII. We would see Steve Rogers be turned into a super soldier, get Bucky as his partner, and kicking all manner of nazi ass. In the show, his "propaganda suit" (what he wears in public apearances and the like) would be his classic costume. When on special missions, he would wear something akin to hi Ultimate WWII costume. Regular guests would be the Howling Comandos, and of course The Red Skull would be a reocourring villain. We would also see The Invaders from time to time. The season two finale would be Cap being knocked into the ice and Bucky dying. Season three would have Cap being thawed out by S.H.E.I.L.D. He would become an agent of S.H.E.I.L.D., and would eventually begin to lead The Avengers (after a while, the show would slowly grow into an Avengers animated series). He would wear his "propoganda costume" whenever possible, and he would wear the costume he currently wears in The Ultimates when apropriate.
i like this idea
Put it on HBO and include lesbian sex scenes - instant hit.
Spider-Man. Live action. His early adventures read like Smallville
Except, you know, making sense since Pete actually had early adventures as a teen.
And Clark didnt?
From what I understand, his life was very super heroics free until his later college years.
But the problems that Clark is now having are pretty much issues Peter dealt with
In the show or the comics? Either way, everybody goes through what both characters are going through, except Bruce, who is rich.
but he can remeber his parnts in full
Not everyone fights teenaged super villains every single week. Really, while I enjoyed the early seasons of Smallville, I think it was as a whole mishandled. It really should have tonned down on the super heroics and have been alot more character driven.
Maybe but its mostly based on the old Superboy comics.
Partially. Which I myself am not fond of.
Then thats your personal taste, not the shows fault.
I could be mistaken but I dont think the show is based on the comics