12 Comics That Should Never Become Live-Action Movies
For decades comic book fans knew the colorful pages of ink they loved so much held plenty of material for Hollywood to adapt, but all they got were a handful of TV shows, made-for-TV movies and the occasional theatrical release - with only "top tier" characters receiving the big screen treatment.
Now, Hollywood is tripping over itself to option a more diverse group of comics and graphic novels, but for every success like The Avengers or The Dark Knight, there are failures like Jonah Hex, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night and Howard the Duck.
Some comics from yesteryear are barely worth reading - much less bringing to life for an audience to watch, so we've put together a list of 12 Comics We Think Should Never Become Live-Action Films.
This list is comprised of comic book series, graphic novels or graphic miniseries (both good and bad) and does not list individual lame superheroes like The Whizzer, Slapstick and Arm Fall Off Boy.