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May. 3, 2013by: Alex Maidy

The Ten Spot: Top 10 Favorite Comic Book Movie Moments (Video Edition!)

With IRON MAN 3, MAN OF STEEL, THE WOLVERINE, KICK-ASS 2, R.I.P.D., and 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE opening this summer, comic book adaptations are alive and well. Here we take a look back at ten of our favorite moments from comic book movies through the years. Now, remember I said comic book and not superhero, because not all adaptations are Marvel or DC heroes. So, take a look and the list and let us know if any of your faves didn't make the cut. Feel free to add them in the talk back below!
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1:50PM on 05/03/2013

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A depressing headline...the rustling of newspapers...the theme kicks up...the crowd looks skyward...a flash of red and blue...Ol' Glory blowing in his wake...
"General...would you care to step outSIDE?"

This. Fucking. Scene. every every every time.
A depressing headline...the rustling of newspapers...the theme kicks up...the crowd looks skyward...a flash of red and blue...Ol' Glory blowing in his wake...
"General...would you care to step outSIDE?"

This. Fucking. Scene. every every every time.
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11:19AM on 05/03/2013
This movie sucked really, the more I think about it the more I dislike it.
This movie sucked really, the more I think about it the more I dislike it.
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11:18AM on 05/03/2013
This movie sucked really, the more I think about it the more I dislike it.
This movie sucked really, the more I think about it the more I dislike it.
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9:57AM on 05/03/2013
This was a great scene and really built on what was established in Iron Man 1, just too bad the rest of the film couldn't hold up as well.
This was a great scene and really built on what was established in Iron Man 1, just too bad the rest of the film couldn't hold up as well.
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9:55AM on 05/03/2013
Good list, however I think the scene in The Dark Knight when Alfred explains The Joker's motivations to Bruce is one of the best scenes in that entire trilogy or even a comic book movie. I've never heard exposition that so dramatically and so eloquently explains the reason for evil in a movie and more than that, his line just nails the characterization of The Joker, "some men just want to see the world burn." Gives me a chill everytime I see that scene.
Good list, however I think the scene in The Dark Knight when Alfred explains The Joker's motivations to Bruce is one of the best scenes in that entire trilogy or even a comic book movie. I've never heard exposition that so dramatically and so eloquently explains the reason for evil in a movie and more than that, his line just nails the characterization of The Joker, "some men just want to see the world burn." Gives me a chill everytime I see that scene.
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3:48AM on 05/03/2013

fuckin xmen

Fed up reading that the avengers was the first to put multiple heroes together on screen successfully. Its like xmen 1 and 2 never happened.

They have more Heros/mutants and they are pretty good films.
X2 is prob better than the avengers.

This scene is just a cgi-fest.
Everything i hate about films.
Fed up reading that the avengers was the first to put multiple heroes together on screen successfully. Its like xmen 1 and 2 never happened.

They have more Heros/mutants and they are pretty good films.
X2 is prob better than the avengers.

This scene is just a cgi-fest.
Everything i hate about films.
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7:55AM on 05/03/2013
X-Men is more like Ghostbusters. They are a team from the get go. The Avengers, on the other hand, are completely separate superheroes, from already established franchises, put together in a single movie. If X-Men crossed over with Spider-Man, then it would be comparable to the Avengers. It's like when The Flintstones met the The Jetsons and it completely blew my 6 year old mind.

X-Men is more like Ghostbusters. They are a team from the get go. The Avengers, on the other hand, are completely separate superheroes, from already established franchises, put together in a single movie. If X-Men crossed over with Spider-Man, then it would be comparable to the Avengers. It's like when The Flintstones met the The Jetsons and it completely blew my 6 year old mind.

3:46AM on 05/03/2013

awesome choice...& by the way

Happy 10th Anniversary to X2! May 2nd, 2003
Happy 10th Anniversary to X2! May 2nd, 2003
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