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1941

Superman (Animated) 1941, Film–Paramount

Feature length cartoons by the Fleischers. Includes Superman (1941), Mechanical Monsters (1941), Billion Dollar Limited (1942), The Arctic Giant (1942), The Bulleteers (1942), The Magnetic Telescope (1942), Electric Earthquake (1942), Volcano (1942), Terror on the Midway (1942), Japoteurs (1942), Showdown (1942), Eleventh Hour (1942), Destruction Inc. (1942), The Mummy Strikes (1943), Jungle Drums (1943), The Underground World (1943), Secret Agent (1943). DC Comics

1943

Batman, The (Live Action) 1943, Film–Columbia

Movie serial with Lewis Wilson. DC Comics

1944

Captain America (Live Action) 1944, Film–Republic

with Dick Purcell. Marvel Comics

1948

Adventures of Superman, The (Live Action) 1948, Film–Columbia

Movie serial with Kirk Alyn; 15 parts. DC Comics

1949

Batman and Robin (Live Action) 1949, Film–Columbia

Movie serial with Robert Lowery. DC Comics

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1950

Atom Man vs. Superman (Live Action) 1950, Film–Columbia

Movie serial with Kirk Alyn; 15 parts. DC Comics

1951

Superman and the Mole Men (Live Action) 1951, Film–Lippert Pictures

with George Reeves. DC Comics

1952

Adventures of Superman, The (Live Action) 1952-1958, TVSeries (104 episodes)–Syndicated

with George Reeves. DC Comics

1963

Astroboy (Animated) 1963-1966, TVSeries (193 episodes)

with the vocal talents of Billie Lou Watt. Foreign

1966

Batman (Live Action) 1966-1968, TVSeries (120 episodes)–ABC

with Adam West/Burt Ward. DC Comics

Batman (Live Action) 1966, Film–20th Century Fox

with Adam West/Burt Ward. DC Comics

Adventures of Superboy, The (Animated) 1966-1969, TVSeries (34 episodes)–CBS

DC Comics

Captain America (Animated) 1966-1966, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syndicated

with voice talents of Arthur Pierce; see "Marvel Superheroes Show". Marvel Comics

Incredible Hulk, The (Animated) 1966-1966, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syndicated

see "Marvel Superheroes Show". Marvel Comics

Iron Man (Animated) 1966-1966, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syndicated

see "Marvel Superheroes Show". Marvel Comics

Marvel Superheroes Show, The (Animated) 1966-1966, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syndicated

TV cartoon series based on the adventures of Marvel's Captain American, The Hulk, Iron Man, Sub-Mariner and The Mighty Thor. Marvel Comics

Mighty Thor (Animated) 1966-1966, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syndicated

see "Marvel Superheroes Show". Marvel Comics

New Adventures of Superman, The (Animated) 1966-1967, TVSeries (68 episodes)–CBS

30 min animated show. DC Comics

Sub-Mariner, The (Animated) 1966-1966, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syndicated

see "Marvel Superheroes Show". Marvel Comics

1967

Fantastic Four (Animated) 1967-1970, TVSeries (26 episodes)–ABC

Marvel Comics

Spider-Man (Animated) 1967-1970, TVSeries (52 episodes)–ABC

Marvel Comics

Superman/Aquaman Hour, The (Animated) 1967-1968, TVSeries (34 episodes)–CBS

60 min animated show. Also includes The Flash, The Atom, Green Lantern, Hawkman, The Justice League of America, Superboy & The Teen Titans. DC Comics

Wonder Woman: Who's Afraid of Diana Prince? (Live Action) 1967, TVMovie

Short with Ellie Wood Walker. DC Comics

1968

Archie Show, The (Animated) 1968-1969, TVSeries (32 episodes)–CBS

Archie Comics

Batman/Superman Hour, The (Animated) 1968-1969, TVSeries (33 episodes)–CBS

DC Comics

1969

Adventures of Batman, The (Animated) 1969-1970, TVSeries (17 episodes)–CBS

Reruns of Batman/Superman Hour. DC Comics

Archie Comedy Hour (Animated) 1969-1970, TVSeries (32 episodes)–CBS

introduced Sabrina to audiences, who the got her own show next season. Archie Comics

1970

Archie's Funhouse (Animated) 1970-1971, TVSeries (?? episodes)–CBS

Archie Comics

Josie and the Pussycats (Animated) 1970-1972, TVSeries (16 episodes)

Archie Comics

Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies (Animated) 1970-1971, TVSeries (1 episode)

Archie Comics

1971

Archie's TV Funnies (Animated) 1971-1973, TVSeries (?? episodes)–CBS

Archie Comics

Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (Animated) 1971-1972, TVSeries (1 episode)

Archie Comics

1972

Tales from The Crypt (Live Action) 1972, Film

EC Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 1: Child and Expertise for Rent (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

Also known as Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 2: Perambulator of the River of Sanzu (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

Also known as Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart at the River Styx. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 3: Perambulator Against The Winds of Death (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

Also known as Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart to Hades, Lightning Swords of Death or Lupine Wolf. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 4: In Peril (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

Also known as Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space (Animated) 1972-1972, TVSeries (16 episodes)

Archie Comics

1973

Vault of Horror, The (Live Action) 1973, Film

EC Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 5: Crossroads to Hell (Live Action) 1973, Film–Toho Company

Also known as Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Land of Demons. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

Everything's Archie (Animated) 1973-1974, TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

Archie Comics

Super Fiends (Animated) 1973-1974, TVSeries (16 episodes)–ABC

starring Superman, Batman & Robin, Wonder Woman and Aquaman, with Marvin, Wendy and Wonder Dog, Plastic Man and Flash guest starred; hour-long epsiodes, ran two seasons with reruns in the 1976/77 season. DC Comics

1974

Lone Wolf and Cub 6: White Heaven in Hell (Live Action) 1974, Film–Toho Company

Also known as Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970.Also known as Baby Cart 6: Go to Hell, Daigoro!. Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

Shazam! (Live Action) 1974-1977, TVSeries (28 episodes)–CBS

part of Shazam!/Isis Hour on last 2 seasons. with Jackson Bostwick (later replaced by John Davey) and Michael Gray. Charlton/DC Comics

US of Archie, The (Animated) 1974-1976, TVSeries (16 episodes)

Archie Comics

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 1974, TVMovie–CBS

with Cathy Lee Crosby. DC Comics

1975

New Original Wonder Woman, The (Live Action) 1975, TVMovie–CBS

with Lynda Carter. DC Comics

1976

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 1976-1979, TVSeries (60 episodes)–CBS

with Lynda Carter. DC Comics

1977

Incredible Hulk, The (Live Action) 1977, TVMovie–CBS

with Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno. Marvel Comics

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All-New Superfiends Hour, The (Animated) 1977-1978, TVSeries (62 episodes)–ABC

with The Wonder Twins (Zan and Jayna) replacing Marvin & Wendy and Gleek their pet monkey, four animated shorts per program. DC Comics

Amazing Spider-Man, The (Live Action) 1977, TVMovie–CBS

with Nicholas Hammond. Marvel Comics

Bang-Shang Lalapalooza Show, The (Animated) 1977-1978, TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

Archie Comics

New Adventures of Batman, The (Animated) 1977-1978, TVSeries (16 episodes)–CBS

These showed up in reruns as part of Batman/Tarzan Hour and Tarzan and the Super 7. DC Comics

New Archie Sabrina Hour (Animated) 1977-1977, TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

Archie Comics

Super Witch (Animated) 1977-1978, TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

Archie Comics

1978

Superman (Live Action) 1978, Film–Warner Bros

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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Challenge of the Superfiends (Animated) 1978-1979, TVSeries (16 episodes)–ABC

with Superman, Batman & Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Apache Chief, Black Vulcan and Samurai; as part of a SuperFriends hour with Superfriends. DC Comics

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Dr Strange (Live Action) 1978, TVMovie–CBS

with Peter Hooten. Marvel Comics

Incredible Hulk, The (Live Action) 1978-1982, TVSeries (87 episodes)–CBS

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

New Fantastic Four (Animated) 1978-1979, TVSeries (13 episodes)–NBC

with Herbie the Robot. Marvel Comics

Spider-Man Strikes Back (Live Action) 1978, TVMovie–CBS

with Nicholas Hammond. Marvel Comics

Superfiends, The (Animated) 1978-1979, TVSeries (16 episodes)–ABC

with Superman, Batman & Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, & The Wonder Twins, as part of a SuperFriends hour with Challenge. DC Comics

1979

Captain America (Live Action) 1979, TVMovie–CBS

with Reb Brown. Marvel Comics

Captain America II: Death Too Soon (Live Action) 1979, TVMovie–CBS

with Reb Brown. Marvel Comics

Legends of the Superheroes (Live Action) 1979, TVSpecial–NBC

DC Comics

Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, The (Animated) 1979-1980, TVSeries (19 episodes)–ABC

DC Comics

Spider-Woman (Animated) 1979-1980, TVSeries (?? episodes)–NBC

with the voice talents of Joan Van Arc. Marvel Comics

World's Greatest Superfiends, The (Animated) 1979-1980, TVSeries (8 episodes)–ABC

Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman & Robin and the Wonder Twins; hour long version, mostly reruns of the "All-New Superfirends Hour" but with 8 new episodes. DC Comics

1980

Superman II (Live Action) 1980, Film–Warner Bros

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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Batman and the Super 7 (Animated) 1980-1981, TVSeries (?? episodes)–NBC

Reruns of the 'New Adventures of Batman'. DC Comics

Superfiends Hour (Shorts), The (Animated) 1980-1981, TVSeries (24 episodes)–ABC

contained reruns from the previous 6 seasons plus new 7-minute shorts, included heroes from all previous versions plus Atom, El Dorado, Hawkgirl & Rima. DC Comics

1981

Richie Rich (Animated) 1981-1984, TVSeries (?? episodes)

with the voice talents of . Harvey Comics

Spider-Man (Animated) 1981-1982, TVSeries (26 episodes)–Syndicated

Marvel Comics

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (Animated) 1981-1986, TVSeries (24 episodes)–NBC

Also part of "Incredible Hulk and the Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Amazing Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk". Marvel Comics

Superfiends (Shorts), The (Animated) 1981-1982, TVSeries (16 episodes)–ABC

contained reruns from the previous 6 seasons plus new 7-minute shorts, included heroes from all previous versions plus Atom, El Dorado, Hawkgirl & Rima. DC Comics

1982

Swamp Thing (Live Action) 1982, Film–MGM

with Ray Wise/Dick Durock. DC Comics

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Conan The Barbarian (Live Action) 1982, Film–Universal

with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Marvel Comics

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Best of the Superfriends, The (Animated) 1982-1983, TVSeries (?? episodes)–ABC

half hour reruns of the previous 9 seasons. DC Comics

Incredible Hulk, The (Animated) 1982-1984, TVSeries (13 episodes)–NBC

Marvel Comics

1983

Superman III (Live Action) 1983, Film–Warner Bros

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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"Lost Superfriends", The (Animated) 1983-1984, TVSeries (24 episodes)–ABC

New episodes were dropped this year, but Three of these aired the next season, plus the remaining aired in syndication during "Superman/Batman Adventures". DC Comics

1984

Conan The Destroyer (Live Action) 1984, Film–Universal

with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Marvel Comics

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Sheena (Live Action) 1984, Film–Columbia

with Tanya Roberts Fiction House

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Supergirl (Live Action) 1984, Film–TriStar

with Helen Slater. DC Comics

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Aquaman (Live Action) 1984, TVMovie–unknown

DC Comics

Superfriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (Animated) 1984-1985, TVSeries (16 episodes)–ABC

with Superman, Batman & Robin, Black Vulcan, Wonder Woman, Samurai, Apache Chief, Cyborg & Firestorm and the team fighting Apokolips, half-hour shows. DC Comics

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1985

Red Sonja (Live Action) 1985, Film–MGM/UA

with Brigitte Nielsen. Marvel Comics

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Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (Animated) 1985-1986, TVSeries (10 episodes)–ABC

with Flash, Hawkman, Aquaman, Batman & Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Firestorm, Samurai and Cyborg. DC Comics

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1986

Howard the Duck (Live Action) 1986, Film–Universal

Marvel Comics

1987

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (Live Action) 1987, Film–Warner Bros

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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Sable (Live Action) 1987-1988, TVSeries (7 episodes)–ABC

with Lewis Van Bergen and Rene Russo. First Comics

New Archies, The (Animated) 1987-1989, TVSeries (13 episodes)

Archie Comics

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Animated) 1987-1996, TVSeries (193 episodes)–CBS

Mirage Comics

1988

Incredible Hulk Returns, The (Live Action) 1988, TVMovie–CBS

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

Superman (Animated) 1988-1989, TVSeries (26 episodes)–CBS

DC Comics

1989

Return of the Swamp Thing, The (Live Action) 1989, Film–Columbia

with Dick Durock. DC Comics

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Batman (Live Action) 1989, Film–Warner Bros

with Michael Keaton. DC Comics

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Punisher, The (Live Action) 1989, Film–New World

with Dolph Lungren. Marvel Comics

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Adventures of Superboy, The (Live Action) 1989-1992, TVSeries (100 episodes)–Syndicated

with Gerard Christopher/John Haymes Newton. DC Comics

Tales from the Crypt (Live Action) 1989-1996, TVSeries (93 episodes)–HBO

EC Comics

Trial of the Incredible Hulk, The (Live Action) 1989, TVMovie–CBS

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

1990

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Live Action) 1990, Film–New Line

Mirage Comics

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Captain America (Live Action) 1990, Film–Columbia TriStar

with Matt Sallinger. Marvel Comics

Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again (Live Action) 1990, TVMovie

with Christopher Rich. Archie Comics

Death of the Incredible Hulk, The (Live Action) 1990, TVMovie–CBS

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

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Flash, The (Live Action) 1990-1991, TVSeries (21 episodes)–CBS

with John Wesley Shipp. DC Comics

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Swamp Thing (Animated) 1990-1993, TVSeries (72 episodes)–FOX

with the voice talents of Dick Durock. DC Comics

1991

Guyver, The (Live Action) 1991, Film–New Line Cinema

with Jack Armstrong. Viz Manga Heroes

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (Live Action) 1991, Film–New Line

Mirage Comics

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Rocketeer, The (Live Action) 1991, Film–Walt Disney Pictures

with Bill Campbell. Pacific Comics

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Swamp Thing: The Animated Series (Animated) 1991-1991, TVSeries (5 episodes)–FOX

DC Comics

1992

Batman Returns (Live Action) 1992, Film–Warner Bros

with Michael Keaton. DC Comics

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Conan: The Adventurer (Animated) 1992-1993, TVSeries (64 episodes)

with the vocal talents of Michael Donovan. Marvel Comics

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Adventures of Tintin, The (Animated) 1992-1993, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Nelvana

with the voice talent of Colin O'Meara. Also referred to as the "The New Adventures of Tintin." Methuen

Adventures of Batman & Robin, The (Animated) 1992-1995, TVSeries (85 episodes)–FOX

from 1992-1994 known as "Batman: The Animated Series". DC Comics

Batman: The Animated Series (Animated) 1992-1995, TVSeries (85 episodes)–FOX

from 1994-1995 known as "The Adventures of Batman & Robin". DC Comics

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Human Target (Live Action) 1992, TVSeries (7 episodes)–ABC

with Rick Springfield. DC Comics

X-Men (Animated) 1992-1997, TVSeries (76 episodes)–FOX

Marvel Comics

1993

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (Live Action) 1993, Film–New Line

Mirage Comics

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Biker Mice from Mars (Animated) 1993-1996, TVSeries (65 episodes)–UPN

Marvel Comics

Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (Live Action) 1993-1997, TVSeries (88 episodes)–ABC

with Dean Cain. DC Comics

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Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Animated) 1993-1999, TVSeries (39 episodes)–ABC/CBS

with the voice talents of John Kassir. EC Comics

1994

Crow, The (Live Action) 1994, Film–Buena Vista

with Brandon Lee. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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Mask, The (Live Action) 1994, Film–New Line

with Jim Carrey. Dark Horse Comics

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Timecop (Live Action) 1994, Film–MCA/Universal

with Jean-Claude Van Damme. Dark Horse Comics

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Guyver2 , The (Live Action) 1994, Video (1 episode)

with David Hayter. Viz Manga Heroes

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Ri?hie Ri?h (Live Action) 1994, Film

with Macaulay Culkin. Harvey Comics

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Fantastic Four, The (Live Action) 1994, Film–New Horizons

unreleased. with Alex Hyde-White, Rebecca Staab, Michael Bailey Smith and Jay Underwood. Marvel Comics

Fantastic Four (Animated) 1994-1996, TVSeries (26 episodes)–Syndicated

Marvel Comics

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Iron Man (Animated) 1994-1996, TVSeries (26 episodes)–Syndicated

Marvel Comics

Spider-Man (Animated) 1994-1998, TVSeries (65 episodes)–FOX

with the voice talents of Christopher Daniel Barnes. Marvel Comics

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Tick, The (Animated) 1994-1996, TVSeries (36 episodes)–Fox

with the voice talents of Townsend Coleman. New England Comics

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Wild C.A.T.S. (Animated) 1994-1995, TVSeries (13 episodes)

Image

1995

Demon Knight (Live Action) 1995, Film

EC Comics

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Tank Girl (Live Action) 1995, Film–MGM/UA

with Lori Petty. Dark Horse Comics

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Batman Forever (Live Action) 1995, Film–Warner Bros

with Val Kilmer. DC Comics

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Judge Dredd (Live Action) 1995, Film–Buena Vista

with Sylvester Stallone. IPC Magazines

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Mask, The (Animated) 1995-1997, TVSeries (54 episodes)–CBS

with the voice talents of Rob Paulsen. Dark Horse Comics

Maxx, The (Animated) 1995-1995, TVSeries (13 episodes)–MTv

with the voice talents of Michael Haley. Image

1996

Barb Wire (Live Action) 1996, Film–Gramercy

with Pamela Anderson. Dark Horse Comics

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Bordello of Blood (Live Action) 1996, Film

EC Comics

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Crow: City of Angels, The (Live Action) 1996, Film–Miramax

with Vincent Perez. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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Generation X (Live Action) 1996, TVMovie–Fox

Marvel Comics

Incredible Hulk, The (Animated) 1996-1997, TVSeries (21 episodes)–UPN

with the voice talents of Neal McDonough. Marvel Comics

Richie Rich (Animated) 1996-1996, TVSeries (13 episodes)

with the voice talents of Katie Leigh. Harvey Comics

Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (Live Action) 1996-2003, TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC

with Melissa Joan Hart. Archie Comics

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Superman: The Animated Series (Animated) 1996-2000, TVSeries (54 episodes)–WB

DC Comics

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Vampirella (Live Action) 1996, Video (1 episode)–Concorde Pictures

with Talisa Soto. Warren Magazines

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1997

Batman & Robin (Live Action) 1997, Film–Warner Bros

with George Clooney. DC Comics

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Men in Black (Live Action) 1997, Film–Columbia

with Will Smith. Aircel/Malibu/Marvel Comics

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Spawn (Live Action) 1997, Film–New Line Cinema

with Michael Jai White. Image

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Steel (Live Action) 1997, Film–Warner Bros

with Shaquille O'Neil. DC Comics

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Kull The Conqueror (Live Action) 1997, Film–MCA/Universal

with Kevin Sorbo. Marvel Comics

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Batman: Gotham Knights (Animated) 1997-1999, TVSeries (24 episodes)–WB

DC Comics

Conan (Live Action) 1997-1998, TVSeries (22 episodes)

with Ralf Moeller. Marvel Comics

Justice League of America (Live Action) 1997, TVSpecial

Unaired pilot. Some limited information is available on Wikipedia. DC Comics

Men in Black: The Series (Animated) 1997-2001, TVSeries (53 episodes)–WB

Aircel/Malibu/Marvel Comics

New Batman/Superman Adventures (Animated) 1997-2000, TVSeries (?? episodes)–Warner Bros

a name given to a package series that combined Superman: The Animated Series with The New Batman Adventures. DC Comics

Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation (Animated) 1997-1998, TVSeries (26 episodes)–FOX

Mirage Comics

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Spawn (Animated) 1997-1999, TVSeries (18 episodes)–HBO

with the vocal talents of Keith David. Image

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Timecop (Live Action) 1997-1998, TVSeries (9 episodes)–ABC

with T.W. King. Dark Horse Comics

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1998

Batman/Superman Movie, The: World's Finest (Animated) 1998, TVMovie–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of Timothy Daly and Kevin Conroy. DC Comics

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Blade (Live Action) 1998, Film–New Line

with Wesley Snipes. Marvel Comics

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Casper Meets Wendy (Live Action) 1998, Film–20th Century Fox

with Hillary Duff. Harvey Comics

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Ri?hie Ri?h's Christmas Wish (Live Action) 1998, Video (1 episode)

with David Gallagher. Harvey Comics

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Conan: The Adventurer (Live Action) 1998-1999, TVSeries (?? episodes)

with Ralf Moeller. Marvel Comics

Crow: Stairway to Heaven, The (Live Action) 1998-1999, TVSeries (16 episodes)–Sci-Fi Channel

with Mark Dacascos. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD (Live Action) 1998, TVMovie–FOX

with David Hasselhoff. Marvel Comics

Sabrina Goes to Rome (Live Action) 1998, TVMovie–ABC

with Melissa Joan Hart. Archie Comics

Silver Surfer, The (Animated) 1998-1999, TVSeries (21 episodes)–FOX

Marvel Comics

1999

Virus (Live Action) 1999, Film–MCA/Universal

with Jamie Lee Curtis. Dark Horse Comics

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Mystery Men (Live Action) 1999, Film–MCA/Universal

with Ben Stiller. Dark Horse Comics

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Archie's Weird Mysteries (Animated) 1999-2000, TVSeries (46 episodes)–PAX

Archie Comics

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Avengers: United They Stand (Animated) 1999-2000, TVSeries (13 episodes)–FOX

Marvel Comics

Batman Beyond (Animated) 1999-2001, TVSeries (52 episodes)–WB

DC Comics

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Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (Animated) 1999-2001, TVSeries (26 episodes)–FOX

Dark Horse Comics

Sabrina The Animated Series (Animated) 1999-2001, TVSeries (1 episode)

with Emily Hart. Archie Comics

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Sabrina, Down Under (Live Action) 1999, TVMovie–ABC

with Melissa Joan Hart. Archie Comics

Spider-Man Unlimited (Animated) 1999-2001, TVSeries (13 episodes)–Fox

with the voice talents of Rino Romano. Marvel Comics

2000

Crow: Salvation, The (Live Action) 2000, Film–Dimension

with Eric Mabius. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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X-Men (Live Action) 2000, Film–20th Century Fox

with Patrick Stewart. Marvel Comics

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Ghost World (Live Action) 2000, Film–MGM/UA

with Thora Birch. Fantagraphic Comics

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Sheena (Live Action) 2000-2002, TVSeries (35 episodes)–Columbia Tristar

with Gina Lee Nolan Fiction House

Static Shock (Animated) 2000-2004, TVSeries (52 episodes)–WB

DC Comics

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X-Men: Evolution (Animated) 2000-2003, TVSeries (52 episodes)–FOX

Marvel Comics

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2001

Josie and the Pussycats (Live Action) 2001, Film–MCA/Universal

with Rachel Leigh Cook, Rosario Dawson & Tara Reid. Archie Comics

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Witchblade (Live Action) 2001-2002, TVSeries (23 episodes)–TNT

with Yancy Butler. Top Cow Comics

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Smallville (Live Action) 2001-2011, TVSeries (218 episodes)–WB

with Tom Welling. DC Comics

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From Hell (Live Action) 2001, Film–20th Century Fox

with Johnny Depp. Top Shelf Productions

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Justice League (Animated) 2001-2006, TVSeries (91 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

also known as Justice League: Unlimited for the 3rd-5th season. DC Comics

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Mutant X (Live Action) 2001-2004, TVSeries (66 episodes)–Syndicated

Marvel Comics

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Tick, The (Live Action) 2001-2002, TVSeries (9 episodes)–FOX

with Patrick Warburton. New England Comics

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2002

Jerimiah (Live Action) 2002-2004, TVSeries (35 episodes)–Showtime

Platinum Studios

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Blade 2 (Live Action) 2002, Film–New Line

with Wesley Snipes. Marvel Comics

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Spider-Man (Live Action) 2002, Film–Columbia

with Tobey Maguire. Marvel Comics

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Men in Black II (Live Action) 2002, Film–Columbia

with Will Smith. Aircel/Malibu/Marvel Comics

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Road to Perdition (Live Action) 2002, Film–20th Century Fox

with Tom Hanks. The original graphic novel, that this film is based on, is derived from the Japanese comics called Lone Wolf and Cub. Paradox Press

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Ritual (Live Action) 2002, Film

EC Comics

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Birds of Prey (Live Action) 2002-2002, TVSeries (13 episodes)–WB

with Dina Meyer. DC Comics

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Lone Wolf and Cub (Live Action) 2002, Film

Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. First Comics

2003

X2 (Live Action) 2003, Film–20th Century Fox

with Patrick Stewart. Marvel Comics

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Daredevil (Live Action) 2003, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ben Affleck. Marvel Comics

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Bulletproof Monk (Live Action) 2003, Film–MGM

with Chow Yun Fat. Flypaper Press/Image Comics

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Hulk (Live Action) 2003, Film–Universal

with Eric Bana. Marvel Comics

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The (Live Action) 2003, Film–20th Century Fox

with Sean Connery. America's Best Comics

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American Splendor (Live Action) 2003, Film–Fine Line

with Paul Giamiatti. Harvey Pekar

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Timecop: The Berlin Decision (Live Action) 2003, Film–Universal

with Jason Scott Lee. Also known as Timecop 2 Dark Horse Comics

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Scary Godmother Halloween Spooktakular (Animated) 2003, TVSpecial

with the vocal talents of Tabitha St. Germain. Sirius Entertainment

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Batman: Dead End (Live Action) 2003, Internet (1 episode)–TheForce.net

Fan Film that gained popularity on the internet. DC Comics

Sabrina's Secret Life (Animated) 2003-2004, TVSeries (26 episodes)–Syndicated

Archie Comics

Spider-Man (Animated) 2003-2003, TVSeries (13 episodes)–MTV

with the voice talents of Neil Patrick Harris. Marvel Comics

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Teen Titans (Animated) 2003-2006, TVSeries (65 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

DC Comics

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Animated) 2003-2009, TVSeries (156 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

subtitlede "Fast Forward" for the 2006/2007 season. Mirage Comics

2004

Hellboy (Live Action) 2004, Film–Columbia

with Ron Perlman. Dark Horse Comics

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Punisher, The (Live Action) 2004, Film–Lions Gate

with Thomas Jane. Marvel Comics

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Spider-Man 2 (Live Action) 2004, Film–Columbia

with Tobey Maguire. Marvel Comics

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Nexus: The Animated Series Promo (Animated) 2004, Film–Dark Horse Entertainment

Valiant Comics

Catwoman (Live Action) 2004, Film–Warner Bros

with Halle Berry. DC Comics

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Alien Vs Predator (Live Action) 2004, Film–20th Century Fox

an odd entry in this list, what started as two film properties that had a large success with comic adaptations in the 1990's in which they "teamed" up, now returning to film based on their comic incarnations. Dark Horse Comics

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Batman, The (Animated) 2004-2008, TVSeries (65 episodes)–WB

with the voice talents of Rino Romano. DC Comics

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Lady Death (Animated) 2004, Film

Chaos Comics

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Blade: Trinity (Live Action) 2004, Film–New Line

with Wesley Snipes. Also features an appearance of Hannibal King, played by Ryan Reynolds, from Tomb of Dracula. Marvel Comics

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Grayson (Live Action) 2004, Internet (1 episode)–TheForce.net

Fan Film that gained popularity on the internet. DC Comics

World's Finest (Live Action) 2004, Internet (1 episode)–TheForce.net

Fan Film that gained popularity on the internet. DC Comics

2005

Elektra (Live Action) 2005, Film–20th Century Fox

with Jennifer Garner. Marvel Comics

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Constantine (Live Action) 2005, Film–Warner Bros

with Keanu Reeves. DC Comics

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Son of the Mask (Live Action) 2005, Film–New Line

with Jamie Kennedy. Dark Horse Comics

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Krypto the Superdog (Animated) 2005-2006, TVSeries (39 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

DC Comics

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Sin City (Live Action) 2005, Film–Dimension

with Mickey Rourke. Dark Horse Comics

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Man-Thing (Live Action) 2005, TVMovie–Sci-Fi Channel

Marvel Comics

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Batman Begins (Live Action) 2005, Film–Warner Bros

with Christian Bale. DC Comics

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Fantastic Four (Live Action) 2005, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

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Crow: Wicked Prayer, The (Live Action) 2005, Film–Dimension

with Edward Furlong. Straight to DVD. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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A History of Violence (Live Action) 2005, Film–New Line

with Viggo Mortensen. DC Comics

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Scary Godmother: The Revenge of Jimmy (Animated) 2005, TVSpecial

with the vocal talents of Tabitha St. Germain. Sirius Entertainment

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Batman vs Dracula (Animated) 2005, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of Rino Romano. DC Comics

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Painkiller Jane (Live Action) 2005, TVMovie–Sci-Fi Channel

with Emmanuelle Vaugier. Event Comics

2006

Ultimate Avengers: The Movie (Live Action) 2006, Film–Lions Gate

straight to DVD. Marvel Comics

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V For Vendetta (Live Action) 2006, Film–Warner Bros

with Natalie Portman DC Comics

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Art School Confidential (Live Action) 2006, Film–Sony Pictures Classics

with Max Minghella. Fantagraphic Comics

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X-Men: The Last Stand (Live Action) 2006, Film–20th Century Fox

with Patrick Stewart, et al. Marvel Comics

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Superman: Brainiac Attacks (Animated) 2006, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

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Blade: The Series (Live Action) 2006-2006, TVSeries (12 episodes)–SpikeTV

Marvel Comics

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Superman Returns (Live Action) 2006, Film–Warner Bros

with Brandon Routh. DC Comics

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Amazing Screw-On Head (Animated) 2006, TVMovie–Sci-Fi Channel

with the voice talents of Paul Giamatti. SCI FI Pulse, SCIFI.COM's broadband channel, premiered the animated Amazing Screw-On Head, on July 13, two weeks before the show debuts on SCI FI Channel. Dark Horse Comics

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Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther (Animated) 2006, Video (1 episode)–Lions Gate

Marvel Comics

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Zoom (Live Action) 2006, Film–Columbia

with Tim Allen. Originally titled "Zoom's Academy for the Super Gifted" Astonish Comics

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Biker Mice from Mars (Animated) 2006, TVSeries (28 episodes)–UPN

Season 4 of previous series Marvel Comics

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (Animated) 2006-2007, TVSeries (26 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

Marvel Comics

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The Covenant (Live Action) 2006, Film–Columbia

Top Cow Comics

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Legion of Super-Heroes (Animated) 2006-2008, TVSeries (26 episodes)–WB

DC Comics

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Afro Samurai (Animated) 2006, TVSeries (5 episodes)–SpikeTV

with the vocal talents of Samuel L. Jackson. Foreign

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Hellboy Animated: Sword of Storms (Animated) 2006, Video (1 episode)–IDT Entertainment

Premiering on CartoonNetwork with a direct to DVD/video. Featuring the voice talents of Ron Perlman. Dark Horse Comics

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Mercy Reef (Live Action) 2006-2006, TVSeries (1 episode)–WB

with Justin Hartley. Only the pilot was produced. Canceled when the WB merged with UPN. DC Comics

Ultra (Live Action) 2006-2006, TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

release not yet set. with Lena Headey. Unaired pilot, cancelled from CBS 06-07 season Image

2007

Invincible Iron Man, The (Animated) 2007, Video (1 episode)–Lions Gate

with the voice talents of Marce Worden. Marvel Comics

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Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo (Animated) 2007, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

The DVD's extras include: "Robin's Underworld Race Challenge" and "The Lost Episode" - A never before aired Teen Titans episode. DC Comics

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Ghost Rider (Live Action) 2007, Film–Columbia

with Nicholas Cage. Marvel Comics

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300 (Live Action) 2007, Film–Warner Bros

with Gerard Butler. Dark Horse Comics

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Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron (Animated) 2007, Video (1 episode)–IDT Entertainment

Premiering on CartoonNetwork with a direct to DVD/video. Featuring the voice talents of Ron Perlman. Include the short, Hellboy Animated: Iron Shoes. Dark Horse Comics

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TMNT (Animated) 2007, Film–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of James Arnold Taylor, Mikey Kelley, Nolan North, & Mitchell Whitfield. Mirage Comics

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Painkiller Jane (Live Action) 2007-2007, TVSeries (22 episodes)–Sci-Fi Channel

with Kristanna Loken. Event Comics

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Spider-Man 3 (Live Action) 2007, Film–Columbia

with Tobey Maguire. Marvel Comics

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Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (Live Action) 2007, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans & Michael Chiklis. Marvel Comics

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Stardust (Live Action) 2007, Film–Paramount

with Claire Danes. DC Comics

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Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme (Animated) 2007, Video (1 episode)–Lions Gate

Direct to video. With the voice talents of Bryce Johnson. Marvel Comics

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Superman: Doomsday (Animated) 2007, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of Adam Baldwin. DC Comics

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30 Days of Night (Live Action) 2007, Film–Columbia

with Josh Hartnett. IDW

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Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem (Live Action) 2007, Film–20th Century Fox

Dark Horse Comics

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2008

Justice League: The New Frontier (Animated) 2008, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of David Boreanaz. Adapting the DC Comics miniseries DC: THE NEW FRONTIER by Darwyn Cooke. DC Comics

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Spectacular Spider-Man (Animated) 2008-2009, TVSeries (26 episodes)–WB

with the voice talents of Josh Keaton. Marvel Comics

Iron Man (Live Action) 2008, Film–New Line

with Robert Downey Jr. Marvel Comics

Incredible Hulk, The (Live Action) 2008, Film–Universal

with Edward Norton. Marvel Comics

Wanted (Live Action) 2008, Film–Universal

with James McAvoy and Angelina Jolie. Top Cow Comics

Batman: Gotham Knight (Animated) 2008, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of Christian Bale. DC Comics

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Hellboy 2: The Golden Army (Live Action) 2008, Film–Columbia

with Ron Perlman. Dark Horse Comics

Dark Knight, The (Live Action) 2008, Film–Warner Bros

with Christian Bale. DC Comics

Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow (Animated) 2008, Video (1 episode)–Lions Gate

with the voice talents of Tom Kane. Marvel Comics

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Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Animated) 2008-2011, TVSeries (65 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

with the vocal talents of Diedrich Bader. DC Comics

Punisher: War Zone, The (Live Action) 2008, Film–Lions Gate

with Ray Stevenson. Marvel Comics

Spirit, The (Live Action) 2008, Film–Lions Gate

with Gabriel Macht. Harvey Comics

2009

Wolverine & The X-Men (Animated) 2009, TVSeries (26 episodes)–Marvel Entertainment

with the voice talents of Steven Jay Blum. Marvel Comics

Hulk Vs (Animated) 2009, Video (1 episode)–Lions Gate

Versus Wolverine and Thor. WIth the vocal talents of Fred Tatasciore. Marvel Comics

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Watchmen Motion Comics (Animated) 2009, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

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Wonder Woman (Animated) 2009, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Keri Russell. DC Comics

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Watchmen (Live Action) 2009, Film–Warner Bros

with Patrick Wilson, Jackie Earle Haley, Matthew Goode, Billy Crudup, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Carla Gugino, Malin Akerman, & Stephen McHattie. DC Comics

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Tales of the Black Freighter (Animated) 2009, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

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Iron Man Armored Adventures (Animated) 2009-2012, TVSeries (52 episodes)–Nickelodeon

With the vocal talents of Adrian Petriw. Marvel Comics

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Live Action) 2009, Film–20th Century Fox

with Hugh Jackman. Marvel Comics

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Green Lantern: First Flight (Animated) 2009, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Christopher Meloni. DC Comics

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Whiteout (Live Action) 2009, Film–Warner Bros

with Kate Beckinsale. Oni Press

Super Hero Squad Show, The (Animated) 2009-2011, TVSeries (52 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

Marvel Comics

Surrogates, The (Live Action) 2009, Film–Touchstone

with Bruce Willis. Top Shelf Productions

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (Animated) 2009, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Kevin Conroy and Tim Daly. DC Comics

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Astro Boy (Animated) 2009, Film–Columbia

with the voice talents of Freddie Highmore. Dark Horse Comics

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2010

Marvel Knights: Black Panther (Animated) 2010, TVSeries (12 episodes)–BET

With Djimon Hounsou. Marvel Comics

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Human Target (Live Action) 2010-2011, TVSeries (25 episodes)–FOX

with Mark Valley. DC Comics

Firebreather (Animated) 2010, TVMovie–CartoonNetwork

with the vocal talenst of Jesse Head. Image

Planet Hulk (Animated) 2010, Video (1 episode)–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

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Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (Animated) 2010, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of William Baldwin and Mark Harmon. DC Comics

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Losers, The (Live Action) 2010, Film–Warner Bros

with Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Vertigo

Kick-Ass (Live Action) 2010, Film–Lions Gate

with Nicholas Cage. Marvel Icon

Iron Man 2 (Live Action) 2010, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Robert Downey Jr. Marvel Comics

Jonah Hex (Live Action) 2010, Film–Warner Bros

with Josh Brolin. DC Comics

Batman: Under The Red Hood (Animated) 2010, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Bruce Greenwood and Neil Patrick Harris. DC Comics

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Scott Pilgrim vs The World (Live Action) 2010, Film–Universal

with Michael Cera. Oni Press

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (Animated) 2010, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Tim Daly and Kevin Conroy. DC Comics

Marvel Anime: Iron Man (Animated) 2010, TVSeries (12 episodes)–Animax/G4

Premiered in U.S. on G4 7/29/2011. Marvel Comics

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Red (Live Action) 2010, Film

with Bruce Willis. DC Comics

Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (Animated) 2010-2012, TVSeries (52 episodes)–Disney XD

Marvel Comics

Walking Dead, The (Live Action) 2010-present, TVSeries (35 episodes)–AMC

with Andrew Lincoln. Image

Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam (Animated) 2010, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of George Newbern and Jerry O'Connell. Short film, includes expanded versions of the first three DC Showcase animated shorts, DC Showcase: The Spectre (from Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths), DC Showcase: Jonah Hex (from Batman: Under The Read Hood), and DC Showcase: Green Arrow (from Superman/Batman: Apocalypse). DC Comics

2011

Marvel Anime: Wolverine (Animated) 2011, TVSeries (12 episodes)–Animax/G4

Premiered in U.S. on G4 7/29/2011. Marvel Comics

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Young Justice (Animated) 2011-2013, TVSeries (46 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

with the vocal talents of Rob Lowe. DC Comics

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All-Star Superman (Animated) 2011, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the voice talents of James Denton and Christina Hendricks. DC Comics

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Marvel Anime: X-Men (Animated) 2011, TVSeries (12 episodes)–Animax/G4

Premiered in U.S. on G4 10/21/2011. Marvel Comics

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Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (Live Action) 2011, Film–Platinum Studios

with Brandon Routh. Dark Horse Comics

Priest (Live Action) 2011, Film–Screen Gems

With Paul Bettany. TokyoPop

Thor: Tales of Asgard (Animated) 2011, Video (1 episode)

With the vocal talents of Matthew Wolf. Marvel Comics

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Thor (Live Action) 2011, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Hemsworth. Marvel Comics

X-Men: First Class (Live Action) 2011, Film

with James McAvoy. Marvel Comics

Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (Animated) 2011, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

With the vocal talents of Nathan Fillion. DC Comics

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Marvel Knights: Spider-Woman: Agent of SWORD (Animated) 2011, Video (1 episode)–Shout! Factory

Marvel Comics

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Green Lantern (Live Action) 2011, Film

with Ryan Reynolds. DC Comics

Captain America: The First Avenger (Live Action) 2011, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

Cowboys and Aliens (Live Action) 2011, Film–Columbia

with Harrison Ford & Daniel Craig. Platinum Studios

Conan the Barbarian (Live Action) 2011, Film–Lions Gate

with Jason Momoa. Marvel Comics

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 2011, TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

with Adrianne Palicki. Not picked up as Pilot. DC Comics

Batman: Year One (Animated) 2011, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

With the vocal talents of Ben McKenzie. DC Comics

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Green Lantern: The Animated Series (Animated) 2011-2012, TVSeries (26 episodes)–CartoonNetwork

With the vocal talents of Josh Keaton. DC Comics

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Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn (Animated) 2011, Film–Sony Pictures Classics

with the vocal talents of Jamie Bell. Methuen

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2012

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (Live Action) 2012, Film–Columbia

with Nicolas Cage. Marvel Comics

Ultimate Spider-Man (Animated) 2012-present, TVSeries (44 episodes)–Disney XD

with the vocal talents of Drake Bell. Marvel Comics

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Avengers, The (Live Action) 2012, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlet Johansen and Jeremy Renner. Marvel Comics

Men in Black III (Live Action) 2012, Film–Columbia

with Will Smith. Aircel/Malibu/Marvel Comics

Superman vs The Elite (Animated) 2012, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of George Newbern and Pauley Perrette. DC Comics

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Amazing Spider-Man, The (Live Action) 2012, Film–Sony

with Andrew Garfield. Marvel Comics

Dirty Laundry (Live Action) 2012, Internet (1 episode)–RAW Studios

YouTube.com fan film by Phil Joanau with Thomas Jane. Marvel Comics

Dark Knight Rises, The (Live Action) 2012, Film–Warner Bros

with Christian Bale. DC Comics

Marvel Anime: Blade (Animated) 2012, TVSeries (12 episodes)–Animax

Marvel Comics

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Dredd (Live Action) 2012, Film

with Karl Urban. IPC Magazines

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns part 1 (Animated) 2012, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Peter Weller. DC Comics

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Arrow (Live Action) 2012-present, TVSeries (45 episodes)–CW

with Stephen Amell. Renewed for 3rd Season. DC Comics

Marvel Knights: Astonishing X-Men (Animated) 2012, TVSeries (1 episode)

Motion comic Marvel Comics

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Animated) 2012-present, TVSeries (78 episodes)

Mirage Comics

2013

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns part 2 (Animated) 2013, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Peter Weller. DC Comics

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Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (Animated) 2013, Video (1 episode)–Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Direct to DVD, with the vocal talents of Norman Reedus and Clare Grant. Marvel Comics

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Oblivion (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal

with Tom Cruise. Based on unpublished grahic novel. Radical Comics

Teen Titans Go! (Animated) 2013-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–CartoonNetwork

with the vocal talents of Greg Cipes and Scott Menville. DC Comics

Iron Man 3 (Live Action) 2013, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Robert Downey Jr. Marvel Comics

Superman: Unbound (Animated) 2013, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Matt Bomer and Stana Katic. DC Comics

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Marvel's Avengers Assemble (Animated) 2013-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney XD

Includes the film cast of heroes plus The Falcon. With the vocal talents of Adrian Pasdar and Roger Craig Smith. Marvel Comics

LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite (Animated) 2013, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Man of Steel (Live Action) 2013, Film–Warner Bros

with Henry Cavill. DC Comics

Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Wall (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal

Marvel Icon

Red 2 (Live Action) 2013, Film–Summit Entertainment

DC Comics

RIPD (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal

With Ryan Reynolds & Jeff Bridges. Dark Horse Comics

Wolverine, The (Live Action) 2013, Film–20th Century Fox

with Hugh Jackman. Marvel Comics

Axe Cop (Animated) 2013, TVSeries (1 episode)–FOX

Dark Horse Comics

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (Animated) 2013, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

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Truth In Journalism (Live Action) 2013, Internet (1 episode)–RAW Studios

YouTube.com fan film by Phil Joanau with Ryan Kwanten. Marvel Comics

2 Guns (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal

with Denzel Washington & Mark Wahlberg. Boom! Studios

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H (Animated) 2013-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney XD

with the vocal talents of Fred Tatasciore. Marvel Comics

Beware the Batman (Animated) 2013-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–CartoonNetwork

with the vocal talents of Anthony Ruivivar. DC Comics

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Live Action) 2013-present, TVSeries (44 episodes)–ABC

with Ming Na Wen and Clark Gregg. Renewed for 2nd Season. Marvel Comics

Thor: The Dark World (Live Action) 2013, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Hemsworth. Marvel Comics

Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (Animated) 2013, Video (1 episode)–Marvel

with the vocal talents of Adrian Pasdar and Fred Tatasciore. Marvel Comics

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2014

Justice League: War (Animated) 2014, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

Based on the New 52 Justice League series, Volume 1. DC Comics

300: Rise of an Empire (Live Action) 2014, Film–Warner Bros

Dark Horse Comics

Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (Animated) 2014, Video (1 episode)–Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Marvel Comics

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Live Action) 2014, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

Amazing Spider-Man, The 2 (Live Action) 2014, Film–Sony

with Andrew Garfield. Marvel Comics

Son of Batman (Animated) 2014, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Jason O'Mara and Stuart Allen. DC Comics

X-Men: Days of Future Past (Live Action) 2014, Film–20th Century Fox

with James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. Based on the storyline from Uncanny X-Men #141-142. Marvel Comics

The Strain (Live Action) 2014, TVSeries (13 episodes)–FX

Dark Horse Comics

Guardians of the Galaxy (Live Action) 2014, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chriss Pratt & Zoe Saldana. Marvel Comics

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Live Action) 2014, Film–Paramount

with Megan Fox. Mirage Comics

Batman: Assault on Arkham (Animated) 2014, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (Live Action) 2014, Film–Dimension

with Jessica Alba. Dark Horse Comics

Gotham (Live Action) 2014, TVSeries (16 episodes)–FOX

Picked up as a FOX show for the 2014/15 season. DC Comics

Flash, The (Live Action) 2014, TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

spinoff from Arrow with Grant Gustin. Picked up as a CW show for the 2014/15 season. DC Comics

Constantine (Live Action) 2014-1, TVSeries (13 episodes)–NBC

Picked up as an NBC show for the 2014/15 season. Cancelled after half a season. DC Comics

LEGO Batman: Be-Leagured (Animated) 2014, TVSpecial–CartoonNetwork

DC Comics

Big Hero Six (Animated) 2014, Film–Disney

with the voice talents of TJ Miller. Marvel Comics

Preacher (Live Action) 2014, TVSeries (1 episode)–AMC

Originally was solicited as a TV Series in the early 2000's by CBS/Columbia (original iMDB link). Reinvigorated in early 2014 and produced by Seth Rogen. Pilot ordered in late 2014. Vertigo

2015

Agent Carter (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (8 episodes)–ABC

Showrunners are Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas and starring Hayley Atwell. Picked up as a midseason ABC show for the 2014/15 season. Marvel Comics

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (Animated) 2015, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

LEGO Justice League vs. Bizarro League (Animated) 2015, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Kingsman: The Secret Service (Live Action) 2015, Film–20th Century Fox

Based on Mark Millar title of same name. with Colin Firth. Marvel Icon

Powers (Animated) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)–Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

circa March 2013, this will now be airing on the Sony Playstation Network exclusively for approximatey 10 episodes. With Sharlto Copley & Susan Heyward. Image

iZombie (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

with Rose McIver. Picked up as a midesason CW show for the 2014/15 season. Vertigo

Daredevil (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (13 episodes)–Netflix

with Charlie Cox. Announced on 11/7/13 that this series, along with three others was part of a batch of new Netflix TV Shows. Marvel Comics

Batman vs Robin (Animated) 2015, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Avengers, The: Age of Ultron (Live Action) 2015, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlet Johansen and Jeremy Renner. Marvel Comics

Ant-Man (Live Action) 2015, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas. Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel Comics

The Fantastic Four (Live Action) 2015, Film–20th Century Fox

with Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B Jordan and Jamie Bell. Marvel Comics

A.K.A. Jessica Jones (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (13 episodes)–Netflix

with Krysten Ritter. Announced on 11/7/13 that this series, along with three others was part of a batch of new Netflix TV Shows. Originally teased as an ABC show. Marvel Comics

Batman vs Robin (Animated) 2015, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Jason O'Mara and Stuart Allen. Partially based on "Court of Owls." DC Comics

Dark Matter (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (13 episodes)–Syfy

Dark Horse Comics

DMZ (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)

Circa Feb 2014, deal made to develop a script. Nothing for the current 2014/15 season. Vertigo

Justice League: Gods and Monsters (Animated) 2015, Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles (Animated) 2015, Internet (1 episode)–Blue Ribbon Content (DC Digital)

Set to debut on Machinima in 2015, series is based on ?Justice League: Gods & Monsters,? an original animated film executive produced by Timm and co-produced by Burnett that will be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment later in 2015. DC Comics

Lucifer (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)–FOX

Series is a spin-off from the Sandman comics. With Tom Ellis. DC Comics

Supergirl (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

helmed by Greg Berlanti and Adi Adler. Starring Mellisa Benoist. Announced on 9/19/2014. DC Comics

2016

Deadpool [opens 2/12/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ryan Reynolds. Marvel Comics

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice [opens 3/25/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–Warner Bros

aka Man of Steel 2; delayed from Jul 17, 2015, then moved from 5/6/2016. with Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill. DC Comics

Captain America: Civil War [opens 5/6/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

X-Men: Age of Apocalypse [opens 5/27/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–20th Century Fox

Marvel Comics

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 [opens 6/3/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–Paramount

Mirage Comics

Suicide Squad [opens 8/5/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Gambit [opens 10/7/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–20th Century Fox

with Channing Tatum. Marvel Comics

Doctor Strange [opens 11/4/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Benedict Cumberbatch. Marvel Comics

Sinister Six [opens 11/11/2016] (Live Action) 2016, Film–Columbia

Marvel Comics

Iron Fist (Live Action) 2016, TVSeries (13 episodes)–Netflix

Previously rumored with Ray Park. Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Announced on 11/7/13 that this series, along with three others was part of a batch of new Netflix TV Shows. Marvel Comics

Justice League (Live Action) 2016, Film–Warner Bros

Originally announced for 2015. Now probably no earlier than 2016. DC Comics

Polar (Live Action) 2016, Film–Dark Horse Entertainment

Dark Horse Comics

2017

LEGO Batman The Movie [opens 2/10/2017] (Animated) 2017, Film–Warner Bros

with the vocal talents of Will Arnett. DC Comics

Wolverine 3 [opens 3/3/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–20th Century Fox

Marvel Comics

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 [opens 5/5/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

The Fantastic Four 2 [opens 6/2/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–20th Century Fox

Moved up (from July 14). Marvel Comics

Wonder Woman [opens 6/23/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–Warner Bros

with Gal Godot. DC Comics

Spider-Man [opens 7/28/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–Sony

with Tom Holland Marvel Comics

Thor: Ragnarok [opens 11/3/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

Justice League [opens 11/17/2017] (Live Action) 2017, Film–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Bloodshot (Live Action) 2017, Film–Sony

Valiant Comics

Defenders, The (Live Action) 2017, TVSpecial–Netflix

Announced on 11/7/13 that this mini-series, along with four other series was part of a batch of new Netflix TV Shows. Marvel Comics

Luke Cage (Live Action) 2017, TVSeries (13 episodes)–Netflix

with Mike Colter. Previously rumored with Tyrese Gibson. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Announced on 11/7/13 that this series, along with three others was part of a batch of new Netflix TV Shows. Marvel Comics

2018

Black Panther [opens 2/16/2018] (Live Action) 2018, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chadwick Boseman. Marvel Comics

Flash, The [opens 3/23/2018] (Live Action) 2018, Film–Warner Bros

with Ezra Miller. DC Comics

Avengers: Infinity War Part I [opens 5/4/2018] (Live Action) 2018, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlet Johansen and Jeremy Renner. Marvel Comics

Ant-Man and The Wasp [opens 7/6/2018] (Live Action) 2018, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

Untitled X-Men [opens 7/13/2018] (Live Action) 2018, Film–20th Century Fox

Marvel Comics

Aquaman [opens 7/27/2018] (Live Action) 2018, Film–Warner Bros

with Jason Mamoa DC Comics

2019

Captain Marvel [opens 3/8/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Marvel Entertainment

(the Female version) Originally slated for November 2018. Marvel Comics

Shazam [opens 4/5/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Warner Bros

with Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam. DC Comics

Avengers: Infinity War Part II [opens 5/3/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Marvel Entertainment

with Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlet Johansen and Jeremy Renner. Marvel Comics

Justice League 2 [opens 6/14/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Inhumans [opens 7/12/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

2020

Cyborg [opens 4/3/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Warner Bros

with Ray Fisher. DC Comics

Untitle Marvel Project [opens 5/1/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

Green Lantern [opens 6/19/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Untitle Marvel Project [opens 7/10/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

Untitle Marvel Project [opens 11/6/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Comics

Development Hell

3 Days in Europe (Live Action) , Film

Oni Press

Abattoir (Live Action) , (1 episode)

Radical Comics

Alien Legion (Animated) , (?? episodes)

release not set or confirmed. Epic

Amazing Spider-Man, The 4 (Live Action) , Film–Columbia

with Andrew Garfield. As of February 2015 and the merger of the Spider-Man franchise agreement with Marvel Studios, it highly doubtful this film will get produced. Marvel Comics

Amazon (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)

potential pilot for the CW in 2014. Cancelled. DC Comics

Archer & Armstrong (Live Action) , Film

In "fast-track" ro Production from unknown studio. (7/22/2014) Valiant Comics

Atlantis Rising (Live Action) , Film–Dreamworks

Platinum Studios

Batman: The Animated Series Experience (Animated) , Internet (1 episode)–Blue Ribbon Content (DC Digital)

Blue Ribbon, DC Entertainment and Otoy are jointly creating an immersive virtual-reality entertainment experience in which the Batcave brought to life via interactive holographic video for virtual-reality displays. Otoy is collaborating with series producer Bruce Timm on the interactive narrative experience, which will be available on devices including the Samsung Galaxy Gear VR and the Oculus Rift. DC Comics

Beasts of Burden (Animated) , Film

Dark Horse Comics

Billy Smoke (Live Action) , Film

with Matthew Fox. Oni Press

Black Widow, The (Live Action) , Film–Lions Gate

release not set. IMDB link, originally here, has gone missing. Marvel Comics

Bonesaw (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Platinum Studios

Books of Magic (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

release not yet set. IMDB link, originally here, has gone missing. DC Comics

Booster Gold (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Syfy

Potential pilot being ordered by Syfy, circa June 2013. DC Comics

Breath of Bones (Live Action) , Film

Dark Horse Comics

Button Man: The Killing Game (Live Action) , Film–Dreamworks

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Rebellion

Calibur (Live Action) , Film

Directed by John Woo. Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Radical Comics

Chassis (Live Action) , Film

Tentatively scheduled for unknown date. IMDB link, originally here, has gone missing. Hurricane Entertainment

Chew (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Showtime

Image

Cloak and Dagger (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC Family

Marvel Comics

Conan: Red Nails (Animated) , Video (1 episode)–New Line

with the voice talents of Ron Perlman. This film had been at the following IMDb link, http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0485621/ but no longer. Marvel Comics

Criminal Macabre (Live Action) , Film–Universal

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Dark Horse Comics

Crow, The (Live Action) , Film

Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

Damned, The (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Oni Press

Darkchylde (Live Action) , Film

Image

Deadman (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Deathlok (Live Action) , Film–Paramount

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Marvel Comics

Dreadstar (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Universal Cable Productions

Announced as In Development on Feb 17, 2015. Marvel Comics

Fathom (Live Action) , Film

with Megan Fox. Release not yet set. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Platinum Studios

Full Moon Fever (Live Action) , Film

release not set. Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. AIT/Planet Lair

Gamekeeper (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Virgin Comics

Ghost in the Shell (Live Action) , Film–Dreamworks

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Dark Horse Comics

Goon, The (Animated) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Dark Horse Comics

Gravel (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

Avatar Press

Hack/Slash (Live Action) , Film–Rogue Pictures

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Devil's Due Productions

Hands of Shang-Chi, The (Live Action) , Film–Dreamworks

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Marvel Comics

Harbinger (Live Action) , Film–Sony

Valiant Comics

Hard Boiled (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Dark Horse Comics

Hellboy Animated: The Phantom Claw (Animated) , Video (1 episode)–IDT Entertainment

Tentatively scheduled, though director Tad Stones has mentioned on the Hellboy Animated blog that sales dictate that another movie will not be made at this point. Dark Horse Comics

Hiding in Time (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Image

Hourman (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

Rumored TV Series circa November 2013. No release date set. DC Comics

Hulk (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC

Marvel Comics

Hunter's Moon (Live Action) , Film

with Mekhi Phifer. Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Boom! Studios

Inferno (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Platinum Studios

Julius (Live Action) , Film–Mandalay Pictures

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Oni Press

Killing Demons (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Platinum Studios

King Conan: Crown of Iron (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

release not set. IMDB record has vanished. Old URL here. release not set. Marvel Comics

Krypton (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Syfy

With the success of Gotham, this series is now in development, circa late 2014. DC Comics

Legends (Live Action) , Film

Radical Publishers

Lobo (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

DC Comics

Locke & Key (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–20th Century Fox

Not picked up as Pilot. IDW

Lone Wolf and Cub (Live Action) , Film–Paramount

Though the comic this film was based on was first published in the United States in 1987, the original Japanese versions began in 1970. IMDB page originally here, is no longer found. release not set. First Comics

Magdelena (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Top Cow Comics

Magneto (Live Action) , Film–20th Century Fox

with Ian McKellen. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Marvel Comics

Mal Chance (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. Platinum Studios

Many Worlds of Jonas Moore, The (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–MGM

Factory Publishing

Meet The Haunteds (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)

release not yet set. Platinum Studios

Midnight, Mass. (Live Action) , Film–NBC

Vertigo

Mockingbird (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC Family

Marvel Comics

Monster (Live Action) , Film–New Line

based on a manga by Naoki Urasawa. Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Foreign

Monster Club (Animated) , Film

release not yet set. AP Comics

Ness (Live Action) , Film–Paramount

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. This film has been renamed from 'Torso' to 'Ness.' Image

Nick Fury (Live Action) , Film–Marvel Entertainment

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Marvel Comics

No Place (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Syfy

Top Cow Comics

North Wind (Live Action) , Film

Boom! Studios

Outcast (Live Action) , TVSeries (10 episodes)–Cinemax

From The Walking Dead creator, Robert Kirkman. Announced as a 10 episode series on Feb 13, 2015. Image

Painkiller Jane (Live Action) , Film

to be directed by Jen & Sylvia Soska. Event Comics

Pet Robots (Animated) , Film–Walt Disney Pictures

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Blue Dream Studios

Queen and Country (Live Action) , Film–20th Century Fox

Oni Press

Shazam! (Live Action) , Film–New Line

with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Charlton/DC Comics

Sleeper (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

with Tom Cruise. DC/Wildstorm

Spawn (Animated) , TVSeries (1 episode)

Image

Static Shock (Animated) , Internet (1 episode)–Blue Ribbon Content (DC Digital)

Animated series from Reginald Hudlin. DC Comics

Sub-Mariner (Live Action) , Film–Universal

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Marvel Comics

Suicide Squad (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros

release not yet set. DC Comics

Tag (Live Action) , Film–Universal

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Boom! Studios

Teen Titans (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–TNT

Pilot ordered in late 2014. DC Comics

Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (Animated) , Video (1 episode)–Warner Bros

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. DC Comics

The Coldest City (Live Action) , Film

with Charlieze Theron. Oni Press

The Darkness (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Platinum Studios

The Other Dead (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Animal Planet

Announced on 10/10/2014. IDW

The Sixth Gun (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

A pilot was ordered circa Jan 2013. Oni Press

Thief of Thieves (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–AMC

Image

Thor (Animated) , TVSeries (26 episodes)

Marvel Comics

Unique (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. Platinum Studios

Villains (Live Action) , Film–Universal

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Viper Comics

Virulents (Live Action) , Film–20th Century Fox

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Virgin Comics

We3 (Live Action) , (1 episode)

Tentatively scheduled for 2010. Vertigo

Weapon, The (Live Action) , Film

with David Henrie. Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Platinum Studios

Werewolf by Night (Live Action) , Film–Dimension

release not yet set. IMDB page that was here, has gone missing. Marvel Comics

Witchblade (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Top Cow Comics

Y: The Last Man (Live Action) , Film–New Line

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Vertigo