Which Cancelled Comic Book Movie Should’ve Been Made?

Fanmade poster by artoftimetravel

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There are a lot of comic book movies that don’t end up manifesting. Whether that be from studio mishandling a property or a franchise failing to get another installment due to the previous movie receiving poor reception from the audience and bombing at the box office.

So, the question I ask today is: Which comic book movie doesn’t exist that you wish did?

Okay, so I don’t particularly “love” the Andrew Garfield The Amazing Spider-Man movies — and I certainly don’t believe a third installment would be any good, (nor would it be anywhere near as cool as that poster looks) — but having Garfield’s Spidey go up against Tom Hardy‘s Venom seems like a no-brainer. I don’t want to say that it’s a shame this didn’t get made, but there is a lot more on this poster that seems like it could work if completing the trilogy were to have happened. … and I just want to see Black Cat finally get her due on the big screen someday.

So what about you, screenagers? Which comic book movie doesn’t exist that you wish did?

I’ll see you in the trenches.