The Ultimate Superhero Movie Special Bookazine: out today!

The Ultimate Superhero Movie Special Bookazine: out today!

The Ultimate Superhero Movie Special Bookazine: out today!

1 comment 📅10 April 2013, 14:04

Total Film gets up-close and personal with every superhero movie you NEED to see now and in the future!

UPDATE: It’s out today, not tomorrow!

From the classic that should be burning up your Blu-ray player to the inside track on blockbuster adventures in the pipeline, including: Avengers 2, Iron Man 3, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Man Of Steel and Kick-Ass 2.

This in-depth coffee table magazine also looks at how a Justice League movie might rival The Avengers – if it ever escapes from development hell to bother a big screen!

The Ultimate Superhero Movie Special Bookazine in association with Total Film cover

It’s not all skin-tight spandex, though and a giant comic-book special digs deep into the movie history of classic characters and franchises such as The Punisher, Watchmen, The Crow, Tintin, Judge Dredd and Diabolik. You’ll also get the first word on what’s coming next for Wanted, as well as updates on new titles and old in I, Frankenstein, R.I.P.D., RED 2 and Sin City 2 (while even pondering if Barbarella is about to hit the small screen).

And it’s not just the cream of the crop on show, as the team behind this publication fearlessly points its eyeballs at the worst that comic-book films have to offer, including: the first ever Avengers movie (Whedon humour and plotting not included), pasty-faced zombie El Muerto, CG horror Garfield, Richie Rich, poor man’s Swamp Thing – and that’s saying something – Man-Thing, Son Of The Mask, Dragonball Evolution, G-Men From Hell, Superman 4, Steel (starring basketball hero Shaquille O’Neal!) and *that* legendary Fantastic 4 movie.

Plus, take the quiz to figure out which superhero you are, try to defeat the devilishly hard crossword, see which kit you’ll be buying for your kids (like they’ll ever get near that cool stuff) and follow comics from their earliest origins with a detailed look at the stories of Marvel and DC. It’s everything you ever wanted to know about comic-book movies – and more!


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