Let’s spend some time looking at actors that have played both superheroes and supervillains and decide what they did best.
One of those ways of mixing things up is giving Batman actual superpowers. Let’s take a look at some of the best stories that came out of that.
When you say the word “comics” these days, people instantly think superheroes. And when you say “princesses”, people think Disney. Well, this has nothing to do with either.
This might be as good a time as any to look at some things Spider-Man has done in his decades-long past that weren’t all that friendly neighbourhood.
You heard it right! During his rich, eighty-year-long history in the comics, the Joker has had his good days too.
Marvel Comics made its debut in 1939, and more than 80 years later and hundreds of villains, it is still going strong.
Whether you think of Spidey as Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, Tom Holland or Shameik Moore you have to agree that the character is iconic.
They’re brilliant, strong, and powerful and deserve to be celebrated!
The Marvel cinematic universe has grown exponentially in the last couple of years. What’s interesting is that while the main cast of characters is easily recognizable and we can tell what actors play them, there are a lot of those who hide behind masks or spend hours in makeup and come out looking phenomenal yet almost unrecognizable.
We are pretty used to bad guys meeting their demise (that’s what everyone wants to see, actually), but when a superhero meets his end it’s a whole different story.