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Which Graphic Novel(s) should be made into an Animated Feature?


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Initial post: 29 Mar 2013 18:55:57 GMT
BRG says:
I enjoy super hero graphic novels, but I prefer the animated movies put out, for the most part by Marvel & DC. But which graphic novel/storyline should be converted next?

I would love to see "Old Man Logan" released, along with "Marvels", "Spider-Man Reign", as well as "Daredevil Born Again" and "The Long Halloween".

Posted on 30 Mar 2013 02:53:31 GMT
dregj says:
civil war ,batman inc leviathan stuff,not batman year one hated that comic
maybe a jla story like world war three (they already did babel)

Posted on 30 Mar 2013 12:46:56 GMT
BRG says:
Agree; would love to see Civil War. Would also love to see Secret Wars done; I know it was done in the 90's animated Spiderman series (which I love), but I'd like to see a more faithful adaptation. Year one has already been done, though, you should check it out, it's a great take; arguably better than the graphic novel.

Posted on 3 Apr 2013 18:19:17 BDT
dregj says:
im such a glutton for punishment, i may have to watch it

In reply to an earlier post on 3 Apr 2013 18:23:16 BDT
BRG says:
Go on, give it a go, I await your opinion of it.

Posted on 5 Apr 2013 17:54:08 BDT
World War Hulk, obviously!!

Posted on 6 Apr 2013 01:38:01 BDT
albobbiddy says:
I am a big fan of Bone by Jeff Smith, I know that they're are planning on making a film out of it, but, I wish it was hear sooner!, lol

Posted on 6 Apr 2013 17:43:41 BDT
BRG says:
World war hulk, would work well, if they'd finish off the planet hulk film first! I keep meaning to pick up bone to read; having never read it I can't say how I feel about the idea of a film being made, however, just looking at the size of the book, I wonder if they could do it justice in just one film?

Posted on 11 Apr 2013 02:45:23 BDT
dregj says:
world war hulk? is this the one where he returns to earth and gets revenge for something or am I confused?

have tried to watch batman year one cartoon a few times just annoys me too much knowing there's gonna be a non ending waiting for me after sitting through it all

In reply to an earlier post on 12 Apr 2013 17:45:31 BDT
BRG says:
Well credit where credits due; you gave it a go. As for world war hulk, it's a poor follow up to planet hulk, where hulk seeks revenge on those who sent him into space in the first place; there's a little more to it than that, but that's essentially it. It's not a great book, and made all the more worse by comparison to the book it follows on from, planet hulk, which is a pretty original take on the character, and is an enjoyable read.

I would like to see the "Heroes Reborn" Coming of Galactus storyline made into an animated film. I didn't enjoy much of the heroes reborn stuff from the 90's but that one arc was pretty epic!

Posted on 20 Apr 2013 01:24:06 BDT
dregj says:
civil war would make a good epic mini series
you need a good few hours to do it justice

Posted on 22 Apr 2013 21:58:49 BDT
Adam Jemmett says:
Civil War is at the top of my list, and I agree that a mini series would be the best way to do it proper justice. I would also like to see Secret Wars and New Avengers: Breakout.

Posted on 24 Apr 2013 14:15:08 BDT
Adam Adamant says:
Batman Strange Attractions, Spiderman the Mordun - Ezekiel saga, Avengers Kovacs Saga, Batman Hush, JLA Identity Crisis, interface/Espers, Mark Millars Saviour, Grant Morrisons Animal Man and Doom Patrol run, DC Legends Mini series.MArvels, Kingdom Come, Bone, Gaimans Sandman, Gerbers Day of the Defenders (a comedy obviously), Beast Dazzler Beauty and the Beast, Astro City Steel Jacketed Man and Confessions

Posted on 26 Apr 2013 19:20:58 BDT
'The Nam' by Doug Murray and Mike Golden. Marvels 1980's series which provisionally followed the tour of duty of green-as-hell recruit Ed Marks.

Theres not enough Vietnam War movies out there - certainly not enough good ones - and the first story arc of this series was excellent.

Alternatively, '100 Bullets', simply because the concept of a mysterious stranger approaching a down-on-his-luck loser with irrefutable evidence of the person responsible for their plight, 100 bullets of untraceble ammo, and the promise that despite whatever they choose to do any investigation by the authorities will come to naut, is incredible.

Posted on 7 May 2013 18:25:54 BDT
dregj says:
how about joker last laugh
I know it gets terrible reviews but I loved it
especially the end
which I wont spoil here

N.B. im somewhat depressed that what ever dc cartoon film is made in the future
there wont be kevin conroy or mark hamil doing the voices again
Woe is me

Posted on 7 May 2013 21:32:41 BDT
PETER XUEREB says:
From what I have seen so far in the Ultimate book series, I think Marvels, Daredevil: Born Again, Avengers: Disassembled, Captain America: Winter Soldier, Secret War. The other Secret Wars was done in Spider-Man animated. Secret Invasion was dealt with quite well in the Avengers animated series. Not read Civil War or the Planet Hulk/WW Hulk titles but they are coming up in the book series so I will wait. Planet Hulk is the next one to be issued here. As I said we're a bit behind here in Oz.

Posted on 14 May 2013 21:09:29 BDT
I say Blackest Night and Brightest day
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