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1943

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

with Lewis Wilson. A 15-part movie serial. DC Comics

1944

Captain America (Live Action) 1944, Film–Republic Pictures

with Dick Purcell. Marvel Comics

1948

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

with Kirk Alyn. A 15-part movie serial. DC Comics

1949

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

with Robert Lowery & Johnny Duncan. A 15-part movie serial. DC Comics

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1950

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

with Kirk Alyn. A 15-part movie serial. DC Comics

1951

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

with George Reeves. DC Comics

1952

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

with George Reeves. DC Comics

1958

The Adventures of Superpup (Live Action) 1958, TVSeries (1 episode)

with Billy Curtis. A TV short intended as a pilot for a show that never happened. DC Comics

1961

The Adventures of Superboy (Live Action) 1961, TVSeries (1 episode)

with John Rockwell. A TV short intended as a pilot for a show that never happened. DC Comics

1966

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

with Adam West & Burt Ward. DC Comics

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

with Adam West & Burt Ward. DC Comics

1967

Batgirl (Live Action) 1967, TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC

with Yvonne Craig. A TV short intended as a pilot for a show that never happened. DC Comics

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

with Ellie Wood Walker. A portion of a TV pilot that was never completed. DC Comics

1972

Tales from The Crypt (Live Action) 1972, Film–Cinerama

with Joan Collins and Peter Cushing. EC Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 1: Sword of Vengeance (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

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: Baby Cart at the River Styx (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

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: Baby Cart to Hades (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

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: Baby Cart in Peril (Live Action) 1972, Film–Toho Company

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

1973

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

with Dawn Adams & Tom Baker. EC Comics

Lone Wolf and Cub 5: Baby Cart in the Land of Demons (Live Action) 1973, Film–Toho Company

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

1974

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 1974, TVMovie–ABC

with Cathy Lee Crosby. Intended as a pilot for a series that did not happen. DC Comics

Shazam! (Live Action) 1974-1976, TVSeries (28 episodes)–CBS

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

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

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

Spidey Super Stories (Live Action) 1974-1977, TVSeries (29 episodes)–PBS

with Danny Seagren. Occurred as a segment on The Electric Company between Seasons 4-6. Marvel Comics

1975

It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Live Action) 1975, TVSpecial–ABC

with David Wilson & Lesley Ann Warren. A TV adaptation of the campy 1960s Broadway musical about Superman. DC Comics

Isis (Live Action) 1975-1976, TVSeries (22 episodes)–CBS

with JoAnna Cameron. Part of The Shazam!/Isis Hour. DC Comics

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

with Lynda Carter. Pilot for the 1975 series. DC Comics

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 1975-1979, TVSeries (60 episodes)–ABC/CBS

with Lynda Carter. Aired on ABC for Season 1, then switched to CBS for final two seasons. DC Comics

1977

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

with Nicholas Hammond. Pilot movie for the 1977 series. Marvel Comics

The Amazing Spider-Man (Live Action) 1977-1979, TVSeries (14 episodes)–CBS

with Nicholas Hammond. Some episodes were combined or released as TV Movies, including the Pilot "Spider-Man" and "The Deadly Dust" (as Spider-Man Strikes Back). Marvel Comics

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

with Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno. The pilot film for the 1978 series. Marvel Comics

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

with Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno. The second pilot film for the 1978 series. Also known as "Death in The Family." Marvel Comics

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1978

The Incredible Hulk (Live Action) 1978-1982, TVSeries (80 episodes)–CBS

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

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

with Nicholas Hammond. The feature length movie made from the "Deadly Dust" episodes of the Amazing Spider-Man TV Series. Marvel Comics

Spider-Man (Live Action) 1978-1979, TVSeries (41 episodes)–Tokyo Channel 12

with Shinji Td. Marvel Comics

Dr. Strange (Live Action) 1978, TVMovie–CBS

with Peter Hooten. Marvel Comics

Superman (Live Action) 1978, Film–Warner Bros.

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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1979

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

with Adam West & Burt Ward. Two episodes, The Challenge and The Roast aired on Jan 18 & Jan 25, 1979. DC Comics

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

1980

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

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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1982

Swamp Thing (Live Action) 1982, Film–Embassy Pictures

with Ray Wise, Dick Durock & Adrienne Barbeau. DC Comics

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

with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Marvel Comics

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1983

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

with Christopher Reeve. DC Comics

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1984

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

with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Marvel Comics

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Sheena (Live Action) 1984, Film–Columbia Pictures

with Tanya Roberts Fiction House

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Supergirl (Live Action) 1984, Film–TriStar Pictures

with Helen Slater. DC Comics

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Aquaman (Live Action) 1984, TVMovie–unknown

TV Short DC Comics

1985

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

with Brigitte Nielsen. Marvel Comics

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1986

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

with Ed Gale, Tim Robbins and Lea Thompson. 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

1988

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

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

Superboy (Live Action) 1988-1992, TVSeries (100 episodes)–Viacom (Syndication)

with Gerard Christopher/John Haymes Newton. DC Comics

1989

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

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

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

with Dick Durock & Heather Locklear. DC Comics

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Batman (Live Action) 1989, Film–Warner Bros.

with Michael Keaton. DC Comics

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The Punisher (Live Action) 1989, Film–Live Home Video

with Dolph Lungren.The film never received a wide theatrical release in the United States Marvel Comics

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

EC Comics

1990

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

with Bill Bixby. Marvel Comics

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

with EWlias Koteas and the vocal talents of Brian Tochi, Corey Feldman, Robbie Rist & Josh Paris. Mirage Comics

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

with Christopher Rich. Archie Comics

Swamp Thing (Live Action) 1990-1993, TVSeries (72 episodes)–USA Network

with Dick Durock. DC Comics

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

with John Wesley Shipp. DC Comics

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

with Matt Sallinger. The film went unreleased for two years before debuting direct-to-video and on cable television in the United States in the summer of 1992. Marvel Comics

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 1990, TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

1991

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

with Jack Armstrong & Mark Hamill. Viz Manga Heroes

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

with the vocal talents of Robbie Rist, Brian Tochi, Laurie Faso, & Adam Carl. Mirage Comics

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The Rocketeer (Live Action) 1991, Film–Buena Vista Pictures

with Bill Campbell. Pacific Comics

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Power Pack (Live Action) 1991, TVSeries (1 episode)–New World Entertainment

with Nathaniel Moreau, Margot Finley, Bradley Machry, & Jacelyn Holmes. TV Pilot that was never picked up. Marvel Comics

1992

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

with Michael Keaton & Michelle Pfeiffer. DC Comics

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

with Rick Springfield. The original pilot was shot in 1990, and unaired as the show was not picked up for the 1990-91 season. It was picked up a year later. DC Comics

1993

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

with Elias Koteas and the vocal talents of Robbie Rist, Corey Feldman, Brian Tochi, & Tim Kelleher. Mirage Comics

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

with Dean Cain & Teri Hatcher. DC Comics

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1994

The Crow (Live Action) 1994, Film–Miramax

with Brandon Lee, who was killed on the set of the film. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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

with Jim Carrey. Dark Horse Comics

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Timecop (Live Action) 1994, Film–Universal Pictures

with Jean-Claude Van Damme. Dark Horse Comics

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The Guyver: Dark Hero (Live Action) 1994, Video (1 episode)–New Line Home Video

with David Hayter. aka Guyver 2. Viz Manga Heroes

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Richie Rich (Live Action) 1994, Film–Warner Bros.

with Macaulay Culkin. Harvey Comics

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

unreleased. with Alex Hyde-White, Rebecca Staab, Michael Bailey Smith and Jay Underwood. Never intended to be released, but has had bootleg versions available for some time. Marvel Comics

1995

Demon Knight (Live Action) 1995, Film–Universal Pictures

with Billy Zane & Jada Pinkett. EC Comics

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Tank Girl (Live Action) 1995, Film–United Artists

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–Hollywood Pictures

with Sylvester Stallone. IPC Magazines

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1996

Generation X (Live Action) 1996, TVMovie–Fox

with Matt Frewer and Finola Hughes. Marvel Comics

Barb Wire (Live Action) 1996, Film–Gramercy Pictures

with Pamela Anderson. Dark Horse Comics

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Bordello of Blood (Live Action) 1996, Film–Universal Pictures

with Dennis Miller & Erika Eleniak. EC Comics

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

with Vincent Perez. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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

with Melissa Joan Hart. Archie 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, Chris O'Donnell & Alicia Silverstone. DC Comics

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

with Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones. 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–Universal Pictures

with Kevin Sorbo. Marvel Comics

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Night Man (Live Action) 1997-1999, TVSeries (44 episodes)–Syndicated

with Matt McColm. Malibu Comics

Conan The Adventurer (Live Action) 1997-1998, TVSeries (22 episodes)–Syndicated

with Ralf Moeller. Marvel Comics

Justice League of America (Live Action) 1997, TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

with John Kassir, David Ogden Stiers, Kenny Johnston, & Matthew Settle. Unaired pilot. Some limited information is available on Wikipedia. DC Comics

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

with T.W. King. Dark Horse Comics

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1998

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

with David Hasselhoff. Marvel Comics

Blade (Live Action) 1998, Film–New Line Cinema

with Wesley Snipes. Marvel Comics

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Casper Meets Wendy (Live Action) 1998, Video (1 episode)–20th Century Fox

with Hillary Duff. Harvey Comics

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

with Melissa Joan Hart. Archie Comics

Richie Rich's Christmas Wish (Live Action) 1998, Video (1 episode)–Warner Home Video

with David Gallagher. Harvey Comics

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

with Mark Dacascos. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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1999

Virus (Live Action) 1999, Film–Universal Pictures

with Jamie Lee Curtis. Dark Horse Comics

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Mystery Men (Live Action) 1999, Film–Universal Pictures

with Ben Stiller. Dark Horse Comics

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

with Melissa Joan Hart. Archie Comics

Bruce Wayne (Live Action) 1999, TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 1999, TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

2000

The Crow: Salvation (Live Action) 2000, Video (1 episode)–Dimension Films

with Eric Mabius & Kirsten Dunst. Release direct to video. 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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Deadman (Live Action) 2000, TVSeries (1 episode)–TNT

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

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

with Gina Lee Nolan Fiction House

2001

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

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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Ghost World (Live Action) 2001, Film–United Artists

with Thora Birch. Fantagraphic Comics

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

with Victoria Pratt, Forbes March & Victor Webster. Marvel Comics

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

with Tom Welling. Aired on the WB for S1-5; The CW for S6-10. 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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The Tick (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 Cinema

with Wesley Snipes. Marvel Comics

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

with Tobey Maguire. Marvel Comics

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

with Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones. Aircel/Malibu/Marvel Comics

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Road to Perdition (Live Action) 2002, Film–Dreamworks

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–RKO Pictures

with Craig Sheffer & Jennifer grey. Release date isbased on international release. released in the US on DVD May 2, 2006. EC Comics

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

with Dina Meyer, Ashley Scott & Rachel Skarsten. DC Comics

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Lone Wolf and Cub (Live Action) 2002-2004, TVSeries ( episodes)

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

2003

X-Men 2 (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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Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt (Live Action) 2003, TVSpecial–CBS

with Adam West & Burt Ward. DC Comics

Bulletproof Monk (Live Action) 2003, Film–MGM

with Chow Yun Fat & Seann Willam Scott. Flypaper Press/Image Comics

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Hulk (Live Action) 2003, Film–Universal Pictures

with Eric Bana. Marvel Comics

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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (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 Features

with Paul Giamiatti. Harvey Pekar

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Timecop: The Berlin Decision (Live Action) 2003, Video (1 episode)–Universal Studios Home Video

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

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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

2004

Hellboy (Live Action) 2004, Film–Columbia Pictures

with Ron Perlman. Dark Horse Comics

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The Punisher (Live Action) 2004, Film–Lionsgate

with Thomas Jane. Marvel Comics

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

with Tobey Maguire. Marvel Comics

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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

with Sanaa Lathan. 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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Blade: Trinity (Live Action) 2004, Film–New Line Cinema

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 Cinema

with Jamie Kennedy. Dark Horse Comics

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Sin City (Live Action) 2005, Film–Dimension Films

with Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, & Jessica Alba. Dark Horse Comics

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

with Mark Stevens. 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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The Crow: Wicked Prayer (Live Action) 2005, Film–Dimension Films

with Edward Furlong. Dimension gave this film a token one week release on one screen before being released straight to DVD. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

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

with Viggo Mortensen. DC Comics

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

with Emmanuelle Vaugier. Event Comics

Global Frequency (Live Action) 2005, TVSeries (1 episode)–WB

with Michelle Forbes. A pilot was produced but never picked up. DC Comics/Wildstorm

2006

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

with Natalie Portman & Hugo Weaving. 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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Blade: The Series (Live Action) 2006, TVSeries (12 episodes)–SpikeTV

with Sticky Fingaz. Marvel Comics

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

with Brandon Routh. DC Comics

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Zoom (Live Action) 2006, Film–Columbia Pictures

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

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The Covenant (Live Action) 2006, Film–Screen Gems

with Steven Strait, Sebastian Stan, & Tayor Kitsch. Top Cow Comics

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Mercy Reef (Live Action) 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

Ghost Rider (Live Action) 2007, Film–Sony Pictures Entertainment

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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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 Pictures

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 Pictures

with Claire Danes, Ian McKellen, Charlie Cox, Henry Cavill, Ben Barnes & Michell Pfeiffer. DC Comics

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

with Josh Hartnett. IDW

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

with Steven Pasquale. Dark Horse Comics

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2008

Iron Man (Live Action) 2008, Film–Marvel Studios/Paramount Pictures

with Robert Downey Jr. Marvel Comics

The Incredible Hulk (Live Action) 2008, Film–Marvel Studios/Universal Pictures

with Edward Norton. Marvel Comics

Wanted (Live Action) 2008, Film–Universal Pictures

with James McAvoy and Angelina Jolie. Top Cow Comics

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

with Ron Perlman. Dark Horse Comics

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

with Christian Bale. DC Comics

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

with Ray Stevenson. Marvel Comics

The Spirit (Live Action) 2008, Film–Lionsgate

with Gabriel Macht. Harvey Comics

The Graysons (Live Action) 2008, TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

2009

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

with Hugh Jackman. Marvel Comics

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Whiteout (Live Action) 2009, Film–Warner Bros.

with Kate Beckinsale. Oni Press

The Surrogates (Live Action) 2009, Film–Walt Disney Studios

with Bruce Willis. Top Shelf Productions

2010

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

with Mark Valley. DC Comics

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

with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Zoe Saldana & Chris Evans. Vertigo

Kick-Ass (Live Action) 2010, Film–Lionsgate

with Nicholas Cage, Aaron Taylor Johnson & Chloe Grace Moretz. Marvel Icon

Iron Man 2 (Live Action) 2010, Film–Marvel Studios/Paramount Pictures

with Robert Downey Jr. Marvel Comics

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

with Josh Brolin. DC Comics

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

with Michael Cera. Oni Press

Red (Live Action) 2010, Film–Summit Entertainment

with Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren & Karl Urban. DC Comics/Wildstorm

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

with Andrew Lincoln. Currently in 10th Season. Image

Raven (Live Action) 2010, TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

2011

Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (Live Action) 2011, Film–Freestyle Releasing

with Brandon Routh. Dark Horse Comics

Priest (Live Action) 2011, Film–Screen Gems

With Paul Bettany. TokyoPop

Thor (Live Action) 2011, Film–Marvel Studios/Paramount Pictures

with Chris Hemsworth. Marvel Comics

X-Men: First Class (Live Action) 2011, Film–20th Century Fox

with James McAvoy. Marvel Comics

Green Lantern (Live Action) 2011, Film–Warner Bros.

with Ryan Reynolds. DC Comics

Captain America: The First Avenger (Live Action) 2011, Film–Marvel Studios/Paramount Pictures

with Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

Cowboys and Aliens (Live Action) 2011, Film–Universal Pictures

with Harrison Ford & Daniel Craig. Platinum Studios

Conan the Barbarian (Live Action) 2011, Film–Lionsgate

with Jason Momoa. Marvel Comics

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

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

Blue Beetle (Live Action) 2011, TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

2012

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

with Nicolas Cage. Marvel Comics

The Avengers (Live Action) 2012, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

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

Men in Black 3 (Live Action) 2012, Film–Columbia Pictures

with Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones. Aircel/Malibu/Marvel Comics

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

with Andrew Garfield. Marvel Comics

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

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

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

with Christian Bale and Tom Hardy. DC Comics

Dredd (Live Action) 2012, Film–Lionsgate

with Karl Urban. IPC Magazines

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Arrow (Live Action) 2012-present, TVSeries (160 episodes)–CW

with Stephen Amell. Currently in 7th season (2018/2019). DC Comics

The Spectre (Live Action) 2012, TVSeries (1 episode)–Fox

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

2013

Oblivion (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal Pictures

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

Iron Man 3 (Live Action) 2013, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Robert Downey Jr. Marvel 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 Pictures

with Aaron Taylor-Johnson & Chlo Grace Moretz. Marvel Icon

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

with Bruce Willia, John Malkovitch, Helen Mirren & Anthony Hopkins. DC Comics/Wildstorm

RIPD (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal Pictures

With Ryan Reynolds & Jeff Bridges. Dark Horse Comics

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

with Hugh Jackman. Marvel Comics

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

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

2 Guns (Live Action) 2013, Film–Universal Pictures

with Denzel Washington & Mark Wahlberg. Boom! Studios

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Live Action) 2013-present, TVSeries (123 episodes)–ABC

with Ming Na Wen and Clark Gregg. Currently in 6th Season (2019), plus renewed for 7th Season. Marvel Comics

Thor: The Dark World (Live Action) 2013, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chris Hemsworth. Marvel Comics

The Sixth Gun (Live Action) 2013, TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

with Pedro Pascal. A pilot was ordered circa Jan 2013, but never picked up. Oni Press

2014

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

with Sullivan Stapleton. Dark Horse Comics

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Live Action) 2014, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

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

with Andrew Garfield. Marvel 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) 2014-2017, TVSeries (46 episodes)–FX

with Corey Stoll & Kevin Durand. Dark Horse Comics

Guardians of the Galaxy (Live Action) 2014, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chris Pratt & Zoe Saldana. Marvel Comics

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

with Megan Fox & Will Arnett. Mirage Comics

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

with Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba & Josh Brolin. Dark Horse Comics

Gotham (Live Action) 2014-2019, TVSeries (110 episodes)–Fox

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

The Flash (Live Action) 2014-present, TVSeries (115 episodes)–CW

with Grant Gustin. Spinoff from Arrow. Picked up as a CW show for the 2014/15 season. Currently in the 5th season (2018/2019). DC Comics

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

with Matt Ryan. Picked up as an NBC show for the 2014/15 season. Cancelled after half a season. Character was added to Legends of Tomorrow roster in 4th Season. DC Comics

Amazon (Live Action) 2014, TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

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

Booster Gold (Live Action) 2014, TVSeries (1 episode)–Syfy

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

2015

Agent Carter (Live Action) 2015-2016, TVSeries (18 episodes)–ABC

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

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

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

iZombie (Live Action) 2015-2019, TVSeries (58 episodes)–CW

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

Daredevil (Live Action) 2015-2018, TVSeries (39 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

The Avengers: Age of Ultron (Live Action) 2015, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

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

Dark Matter (Live Action) 2015-2017, TVSeries (39 episodes)–Syfy

with Melissa O'Neil. Dark Horse Comics

WHIH Newsfront (Live Action) 2015-2016, WebSeries (10 episodes)–YouTube

with Leslie Bibb & Al Madrigal. Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). News stories based around Ant-Man and Captain America: Civil War. Marvel Comics

Ant-Man (Live Action) 2015, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

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

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

with Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B Jordan and Jamie Bell. Also written as "Fant4stic." Marvel Comics

Fear The Walking Dead (Live Action) 2015-present, TVSeries (53 episodes)–AMC

with Alycia Debnam-Carey. Currently in 5th Season (2018/2019). Image

Supergirl (Live Action) 2015-present, TVSeries (74 episodes)–CBS/CW

with Mellisa Benoist. Helmed by Greg Berlanti and Adi Adler. Announced on 9/19/2014. Aired on CBS for season 1 and then moved to The CW. Currently in 4th Season (2018/2019). DC Comics

Jessica Jones (Live Action) 2015-present, TVSeries (26 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

Amped (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)–USA Network

Planned TV series that went unproduced. Vertigo

Global Frequency (Live Action) 2015, TVSeries (1 episode)–Fox

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics/Wildstorm

2016

DC's Legends of Tomorrow (Live Action) 2016-present, TVSeries (67 episodes)–CW

with Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Arthur Darvill & Matt Ryan (joined 4th season). Currently in 4th Season (2018/2019). DC Comics

Lucifer (Live Action) 2016-present, TVSeries (67 episodes)–Fox/Netflix

with Tom Ellis. Series is a spin-off from the Sandman comics. Cancelled on Fox after three seasons. Netflix picked up 4th Season for 2019. Vertigo

Deadpool (Live Action) 2016, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ryan Reynolds. Marvel Comics

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Live Action) 2016, Film–Warner Bros.

with Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill. aka Man of Steel 2; delayed from 7/17/15, then moved from 5/6/2016. DC Comics

Wynonna Earp (Live Action) 2016-present, TVSeries (37 episodes)–Syfy

with Melanie Scrofano IDW

Captain America: Civil War (Live Action) 2016, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chris Evans. Marvel Comics

Preacher (Live Action) 2016-present, TVSeries (33 episodes)–AMC

with Dominic Cooper. Originally was solicited as a TV Series in the early 2000's by CBS/Columbia. Reinvigorated in early 2014 and produced by Seth Rogen. Pilot ordered in late 2014. Show aired in Spring 2016. Vertigo

Outcast (Live Action) 2016-2017, TVSeries (20 episodes)–Cinemax

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

X-Men: Apocalypse (Live Action) 2016, Film–20th Century Fox

with James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence & Michael Fassbender. Marvel Comics

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Live Action) 2016, Film–Paramount Pictures

with Megan Fox, Will Arnett & Stephen Amell. Mirage Comics

Suicide Squad (Live Action) 2016, Film–Warner Bros.

with Will Smith, Margot Robbie & Jared Leto. DC Comics

Luke Cage (Live Action) 2016-2018, TVSeries (26 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

Doctor Strange (Live Action) 2016, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Benedict Cumberbatch. Marvel Comics

Abattoir (Live Action) 2016, Film–Momentum Pictures

with Jessica Lowndes. Radical Comics

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot (Live Action) 2016, WebSeries (6 episodes)–ABC.com

with Natalia Cordova-Buckley. Spin off from Agents of SHIELD. Marvel Comics

Marvel's Most Wanted (Live Action) 2016, TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC

Pilot ordered in 2015; shot in 2016 and declined, never aired. Marvel Comics

2017

Riverdale (Live Action) 2017-present, TVSeries (57 episodes)–CW

with KJ Apa. Currenty in 3rd Season (2018/2019). Archie Comics

Powerless (Live Action) 2017, TVSeries (12 episodes)–NBC

with Vaness Hudgens and Alan Tudyk. Comedy focusing on an insurance company set in the DC Universe. DC Comics

Legion (Live Action) 2017-present, TVSeries (19 episodes)–FX

with Dan Stevens. Marvel Comics

Logan (Live Action) 2017, Film–20th Century Fox

with Hugh Jackman. Marvel Comics

Iron Fist (Live Action) 2017-2018, TVSeries (23 episodes)–Netflix

with Finn Jones. 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

Ghost in the Shell (Live Action) 2017, Film–Paramount Pictures

with Scarlet Johansson. Was originally scheduled for 2011. Dark Horse Comics

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (Live Action) 2017, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chris Pratt & Zoe Saldana. Marvel Comics

The Fantastic Four 2 (Live Action) 2017, Film–20th Century Fox

Moved from 7/14/17 to 6/2/17 and then cancelled. Marvel Comics

Wonder Woman (Live Action) 2017, Film–Warner Bros.

with Gal Godot. DC Comics

Spider-Man: Homecoming (Live Action) 2017, Film–Marvel Studios/Columbia Pictures

with Tom Holland. Marvel Comics

Atomic Blonde (Live Action) 2017, Film–Focus Features

with Charlieze Theron. Based on teh Graphic novel "The Coldest City." Oni Press

The Defenders (Live Action) 2017, TVSeries (8 episodes)–Netflix

with Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter & Finn Jones. 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

Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Live Action) 2017, Film–20th Century Fox

with Taron Egerton & Colin Firth. Marvel Icon

Inhumans (Live Action) 2017, TVSeries (1 episode)–ABC

with Anson Mount & Serinda Swan. Original set for Phase III film from Marvel Studios. Release date as feature film removed in April 2016. Chnaged to a television series. First two episodes released in theaters in IMAX 2 weeks prior to premiere. Marvel Comics

The Gifted (Live Action) 2017-present, TVSeries (28 episodes)–Fox

with Stephen Moyer & Amy Acker. Marvel Comics

Thor: Ragnarok (Live Action) 2017, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chris Hemsworth. Marvel Comics

Justice League (Live Action) 2017, Film–Warner Bros.

with Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Jason Mamoa and Henry Cavill. Originally announced for 2015. A sequel was in the works but when this film underperformed, it was scrapped. DC Comics

The Punisher (Live Action) 2017-present, TVSeries (26 episodes)–Netflix

with Jon Bernthal. Marvel Comics

Runaways (Live Action) 2017-present, TVSeries (23 episodes)–Hulu

with Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, Gregg Sulkin & Allegra Acosta. Marvel Comics

Happy! (Live Action) 2017-present, TVSeries (18 episodes)–Syfy

with Christopher Meloni. Image

Scalped (Live Action) 2017, TVSeries (1 episode)–WGN America

with Gil Birmingham. A pilot was produced but never picked up. Vertigo

2018

Black Lightning (Live Action) 2018-present, TVSeries (26 episodes)–CW

with Cress Williams. Currently in 2nd season (2018/2019). DC Comics

Black Panther (Live Action) 2018, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Chadwick Boseman. Marvel Comics

Krypton (Live Action) 2018-present, TVSeries (10 episodes)–Syfy

with Cameron Cuffe. With the success of Gotham, this series is now in development, circa late 2014. Came to fruition four-years later. DC Comics

Avengers: Infinity War (Live Action) 2018, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

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

Deadpool 2 (Live Action) 2018, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ryan Reynolds. On December 12, 2018, Fox released a re-cut version of the film under the title "Once Upon a Deadpool." In an homage to The Princess Bride (1987), the film features Deadpool telling the story to Fred Savage (playing himself). This version toned down the film's violence and cut or bleeped out much of the profanity in order to receive a PG-13 rating in the U.S. instead of the original R rating, but also added some material omitted from the original theatrical release which was included in the 'Super Duper Cut'. Marvel Comics

Cloak & Dagger (Live Action) 2018-present, TVSeries (10 episodes)–Freeform

with Aubrey Joseph and Olivia Holt. Marvel Comics

Ant-Man and The Wasp (Live Action) 2018, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Paul Rudd & Evangeline Lily. Marvel Comics

Venom (Live Action) 2018, Film–Columbia Pictures

with Tom Hardy. Marvel Comics

Titans (Live Action) 2018-present, TVSeries (11 episodes)–DC Universe/Netflix

with Brenton Thwaits & Teegan Croft. Pilot ordered in late 2014 for TNT but switched to the DC streaming service. Released on Netflix after initial run on DC Universe was completed. DC Comics

Once Upon a Deadpool (Live Action) 2018, Film–20th Century Fox

with Ryan Reynolds. A re-cut version of Deadpool 2. In an homage to The Princess Bride (1987), the film features Deadpool telling the story to Fred Savage (playing himself). This version toned down the film's violence and cut or bleeped out much of the profanity in order to receive a PG-13 rating in the U.S. instead of the original R rating, but also added some material omitted from the original theatrical release which was included in the 'Super Duper Cut'. Marvel Comics

Aquaman (Live Action) 2018, Film–Warner Bros.

with Jason Mamoa. DC Comics

2019

Polar [opens 1/25/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Netflix

with Katheryn Winnick and Vanessa Hudgens. Dark Horse Comics

Doom Patrol [opens 2/15/2019] (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–DC Universe/Netflix

with Matt Bomer & April Bowlby. Spin off from Titans. DC Comics

Umbrella Academy [opens 2/15/2019] (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–Netflix

with Colm Feore and Ellen Page. Dark Horse Comics

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

with Brie Larson. Originally slated for November 2018. Marvel Comics

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

with Zach Levi. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Charlton/DC Comics

Hellboy [opens 4/12/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Lionsgate

with David Harbour. Dark Horse Comics

Avengers: Endgame [opens 4/26/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

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

Swamp Thing [opens 5/1/2019] (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–DC Universe/Netflix

with Andy Bean & Jennifer Beals. DC Comics

Dark Phoenix [opens 6/7/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–20th Century Fox

with James McAvoy & Jennifer Lawrence. Originally slated for 11/2/18 and then 2/14/19. Marvel Comics

Spider-Man: Far From Home [opens 7/5/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

with Tom Holland. Marvel Comics

The New Mutants [opens 8/2/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–20th Century Fox

with Anya Taylor-Joy and Maisie Williams. Originally slated for April 13, 2018, and then Feb 22, 2019. Marvel Comics

Joker [opens 10/4/2019] (Live Action) 2019, Film–Warner Bros.

with Joaquin Phoenix. DC Comics

Batwoman (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

with Ruby Rose. Pilot ordered. Spin off from Arrow. DC Comics

Locke & Key (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (8 episodes)–Netflix

with Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones & Jackson Robert Scott. IDW

Metropolis (Live Action) 2019, TVSeries (1 episode)–DC Universe/Netflix

release not yet set. In development, circa 2019-Jan. DC Comics

Pennyworth (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–Epix

with Jack Bannon. DC Comics

Stargirl (Live Action) 2019-present, TVSeries (1 episode)–DC Universe/Netflix

with Brec Bassinger. Also features the Justice Society of America. DC Comics

Watchmen (Live Action) 2019, TVSeries (1 episode)–HBO

release not yet set. DC Comics

Y (Live Action) 2019, TVSeries (1 episode)–FX

with Diane Lane. Currently filiming circa 2019-Jan. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Announced in 2015 to be a TV series for FX. Vertigo

2020

Birds of Prey (and The Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn) [opens 2/7/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Warner Bros.

with Margot Robbie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Jurnee Smollett-Bell. DC Comics

Bloodshot [opens 2/21/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Columbia Pictures

with Vin Diesel. Valiant Comics

Gambit [opens 3/13/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–20th Century Fox

with Channing Tatum. Rumored as Dead circa 2019-Jan. Marvel Comics

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

with Ray Fisher. DC Comics

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 5/1/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Wonder Woman: 1984 [opens 6/5/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Warner Bros.

with Gal Gadot & Chris Pine. DC Comics

Green Lantern Corps [opens 7/24/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Warner Bros.

DC Comics

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 11/6/2020] (Live Action) 2020, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Flashpoint (Live Action) 2020, Film–Warner Bros.

release not yet set. with Ezra Miller. DC Comics

Morbius The Living Vampire (Live Action) 2020, Film–Sony Pictures Entertainment

with Jared Leto. Rumored 2020 release schedule. Marvel Comics

2021

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 2/12/2021] (Live Action) 2021, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 5/7/2021] (Live Action) 2021, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 11/5/2021] (Live Action) 2021, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

2022

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 2/18/2022] (Live Action) 2022, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 5/6/2022] (Live Action) 2022, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Untitled Marvel Project [opens 7/29/2022] (Live Action) 2022, Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Marvel Comics

Development Hell

3 Days in Europe (Live Action) , Film

Status currently unknown. Oni Press

#4Hero (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Machinima

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics

Archer & Armstrong (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set as of 2019-Jan. In "fast-track" to Production from unknown studio as of 7/22/2014. Valiant Comics

Atlantis Rising (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. Status currently unknown. Platinum Studios

Billy Smoke (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

with Matthew Fox. Status currently unknown. Oni Press

The Black Widow (Live Action) , Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

release not set. IMDB link, originally here, has gone missing. Originally slated as a Lionsgate release, but now will most likely be a Marvel Studios film. Marvel Comics

Breath of Bones (Live Action) , Film

Status currently unknown. Dark Horse Comics

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

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Status currently unknown. Rebellion

Calibur (Live Action) , Film

Originally slated to be directed by John Woo. Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Status currently unknown. Radical Comics

Criminal Macabre (Live Action) , Film–Universal Pictures

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Status currently unknown. Dark Horse Comics

The Crow (Live Action) , Film–Columbia Pictures

Status currently unknown. Calibur/Tundra/Kitchen Sink Press

The Damned (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Status currently unknown. Oni Press

Darkchylde (Live Action) , Film

Status currently unknown. Image

The Darkness (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Status currently unknown. Image

DMZ (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)

release not yet set. Circa Feb 2014, deal made to develop a script. Status currently unknown. Vertigo

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

solicited with Megan Fox attached. Release not yet set. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Status currently unknown. Platinum Studios

Full Moon Fever (Live Action) , Film

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

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

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Status currently unknown. Devil's Due Productions

The Hands of Shang-Chi (Live Action) , Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Originally slated as a Dreamworks project, but now rumored to be part of Phase IV Marvel Studios slate. Marvel Comics

Harbinger (Live Action) , Film–Sony Pictures Entertainment

Status currently unknown. Valiant Comics

Hard Boiled (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Status currently unknown. Dark Horse Comics

Hiding in Time (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Warner Bros.

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Status currently unknown. Image

Killing Demons (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Status currently unknown. Platinum Studios

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

release not set. IMDB record has vanished. Old URL here. release not set. A screenplay by John Milius exists and has been shpped around since at least 2001. Marvel Comics

Lady Sif (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney+

2019-Jan: rumored to be part of the Disney+ Streaming Service. Marvel Comics

Legends (Live Action) , Film

Status currently unknown. Radical Publishers

Loki (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney+

2019-Jan: rumored to be part of the Disney+ Streaming Service. Marvel Comics

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

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

Ness (Live Action) , Film

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

New Gods (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

release not yet set. perportedly focusing on Mister Miracle and Big Barda. Ava DuVernay attached to direct. DC Comics

New Warriors (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)

release not yet set. Planned series set in the MCU. Marvel Comics

Nick Fury (Live Action) , Film–Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Still possible this could be part of an upcoming Marvel Studios film or a rumored part of the Disney+ Streaming Service. Marvel Comics

Painkiller Jane (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. with Jessica Chastain. Jen & Sylvia Soska were once attached to direct. Event Comics

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

with Ridley Scott attached to direct as of Mar 15, 2018. Status currently unknown. Oni Press

Red (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–NBC

Planned TV series that went unproduced. DC Comics/Wildstorm

Rocket Racoon & Groot (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney+

2019-Jan: rumored to be part of the Disney+ Streaming Service. Marvel Comics

Secret Six (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–CBS

release not yet set. In development, circa 2019-Jan. DC Comics

Sleeper (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

release not yet set. Tom Cruise was previously attached to picture. DC/Wildstorm

Spawn (Live Action) , Film–Blumhouse Productions

release not yet set. with Jamie Foxx. Originally planned as a new live-action TV Series. Image

Suicide Squad 2 (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

with Will Smith, Margot Robbie & Jared Leto. 2019-Jan: James Gunn has been hired to write & direct. DC Comics

Survivors' Club (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–CW

release not yet set. In development. Vertigo

Sweet Tooth (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Hulu

release not yet set. Vertigo

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

Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Status currently unknown. Boom! Studios

Unique (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. Status currently unknown. Platinum Studios

V For Vendetta (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Channel 4

release not yet set. In development. Vertigo

Villains (Live Action) , Film–Universal Pictures

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. Status currently unknown. Viper Comics

The Vision and Scarlet Witch (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney+

2019-Jan: rumored to be part of the Disney+ Streaming Service. Marvel Comics

The Weapon (Live Action) , Film

with David Henrie. Was tentatively scheduled for 2012. Status currently unknown. Platinum Studios

Winter Soldier & Falcon (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)–Disney+

2019-Jan: rumored to be part of the Disney+ Streaming Service. Marvel Comics

Witchblade (Live Action) , TVSeries (1 episode)

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010 film. Listed as a TV Series circa 2017-Jan. Status currently unknown. Top Cow Comics

Dead

Bonesaw (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0461914/ has gone missing. Platinum Studios

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

release not yet set. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411185/ has gone missing. DC Comics

Chassis (Live Action) , Film

Tentatively scheduled for unknown date. Status currently unknown. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0475237/ has gone missing. Hurricane Entertainment

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

Image

Deathlok (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011, but due to Deathlok's appearance on Agents of SHIELD, this film is nearly 100% dead. Marvel Comics

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

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

Gamekeeper (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1076813/ has gone missing. Virgin Comics

Gravel (Live Action) , Film–Warner Bros.

Status currently unknown. Avatar Press

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

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

Hunter's Moon (Live Action) , Film

with Mekhi Phifer. Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1226234/ has gone missing. Boom! Studios

Inferno (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1109602/ has gone missing. Platinum Studios

Julius (Live Action) , Film–Mandalay Pictures

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1280565/ has gone missing. Oni Press

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

Not picked up as Pilot for Fox in 2011. IDW

Magdelena (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. Status currently unknown. Top Cow Comics

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

with Ian McKellen. Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. At this point it's safe to assume this project is dead. Marvel Comics

Mal Chance (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. Platinum Studios

The Many Worlds of Jonas Moore (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

A television series based on Midnight, Mass was put into development by NBC in 2009 for the 2010-2011 Television Season. Vertigo

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

This may have morphed into the Marvel's Most Wanted series. Marvel Comics

Monster (Live Action) , Film–New Line Cinema

based on a manga by Naoki Urasawa. Was tentatively scheduled for 2009. Status currently unknown. IMDb listing at https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0469469/ has gone missing. Foreign

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

Top Cow Comics

North Wind (Live Action) , Film

Status currently unknown. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1215484/ has gone missing. Boom! Studios

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

Announced on 10/10/2014. Status currently unknown IDW

Sub-Mariner (Live Action) , Film

Was tentatively scheduled for 2010. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0436803/ has gone missing. Originally slated as a Universal project, but Namor'a rights may have reveretd to Marvel Studios. Marvel Comics

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

Originally solicited as a possible TV Series, but turned into a 2018 video game. Image

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

Was tentatively scheduled for 2011. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1082884/ has gone missing. Virgin Comics

We3 (Live Action) , (1 episode)

Tentatively scheduled for 2010. IMDb listing at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1336018/ has gone missing. Vertigo

Werewolf by Night (Live Action) , Film

release not yet set. IMDb page that was here, has gone missing. Originally slated as a Dimension film and most likely defunct. Marvel Comics

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

with Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin & Zazie Beetz. rumored as dead in 2019-Jan. Marvel Comics