Most Popular Comic Book Movie Movies and TV Shows
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1. Justice League (2017)
PG-13 | 120 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his new-found ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.
Votes: 354,915 | Gross: $229.02M
2. Gundala (2019)
123 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Indonesia's preeminent comic book superhero and his alter ego Sancaka enter the cinematic universe to battle the wicked Pengkor and his diabolical squad of orphan assassins.
3. Spider-Man 2: Another World (2018)
90 min | Sci-Fi
The goal isn't to live forever, its to create something that will. Leaping off of the events of Lost Cause, an experienced Spider-Man must grapple with the guilt of sectioning his old ... See full summary »
4. Heroes Manufactured (2016)
90 min | Documentary, Action, Adventure
A documentary following Canadian artists and their ability to break into the comic book industry while dealing with fandom and the craze of comic book conventions in Canada.
5. Batman: Requiem for a Bat (2019)
10 min | Short, Action, Adventure
When a mysterious villain hires the Fearsome Hand of Four and Deathstroke to kill Batman, the streets of Gotham erupt in violence and turmoil.
6. The Crusader (2002)
35 min | Short
High crime and unemployment have turned the once-safe streets of Nashville into a decaying wasteland of crime and corruption. With police and lawmakers helpless to stop the crime wave, one ... See full summary »
9. Thanks, Stan. (2019)
2 min | Short
"Thanks, Stan." is a celebration of the legacy and work of famed comic-book writer Stan Lee (Spider-Man, Iron Man, Black Panther, Hulk). An independently-made piece not commissioned in any way by Marvel.
Comic Con Carne (2012– )
DC Comics has confirmed which hero is coming out of the closet. Boom! Studios has new titles coming soon. Marvel icons turn 50. Ink Tips from Sam de la Rosa Viz Media has a new literary ... See full summary »