Marvel has successfully revitalized several of its goofiest heroes and villains on the big screen – but some characters are beyond saving.
Leon Miller is a freelance writer at Screen Rant, contributing regular list articles covering a wide range of pop culture subjects. A lifelong comic book reader, he is also an avid fan of film and TV, and enjoys providing commentary on all three visual storytelling mediums. In addition to his work for Screen Rant, Leon manages his own blog, The Pop Culture Studio, as well as penning guest articles for other websites, too. Separate to his pop culture commentary, Leon is a fledgling writer and artist, and he aims to one day publish work of his own for others to dissect. Originally from Australia, Leon currently resides in London, and when he’s not writing, drawing or sleeping, he’s likely to be found checking out all the sights Europe has to offer.
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