Harry Potter resembles Tim Hunter a tad, so that suggests a comic book antecedent.
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I'm unsure as to why they continue to link to random board post quotes as if that makes them an expert on the subject.
It's also funny because it's basically like the image from this tropes page:
But all subsequent sequels I agree, they did "suck".
The powers were the same. What was shown in Lester's film and Furie's film were based on the Silver Age, where Superman had random powers that would show up and then disappear, such as shooting out a tiny Superman from his finger. The core powers of flight, strength, invulnerability, speed, heat vision, x-ray vision, telescopic vision, super hearing, super breath and arctic breath were seen in all five films.the powers changed
Lex was done in a realistic way, by having him have a real motive for his criminal career. Zod followed the same type of stories that had been published to that point.the villains were poorly done (this coming from a huge Gene Hackman fan), etc.
How?the 90's movies sucked (Spawn, etc), and the Spiderman, Xmen, FF and Hulk movies all sucked (some much more than others).
No, that would be the 70's TV movie. In a feature film, he'd be wearing the most current costume from the comics. So let me guess, you want films that are actual adaptations of comics. Sorry, Hollywood has to sell this shit to the mainstream masses who scoff at comics. They're the ones who see these films and they outnumber comic book fans by a wide margin.I suppose Harry Potter, as he wears normal attire, sort of resembles Doctor Strange if they made a film version with him just wearing a Brooks Brothers or Armani suit with a tie.