Some consider comic hero movies as science fiction, others state that they have their own film genre. Regardless of what movie group they belong, SFMZ showcases a variety of features including image galleries, DVDs, enhanced story presentations, and more on other graphic novel type characters that have been made popular in cinema.
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With only the 2012 film and the upcoming 2015 sequel, Age of Ultron, this is technically not a franchise. However it is accompanied by a series of feature films centering around team members of The Avengers. With three Iron Man films, two Thor films, two Captain America films, and two Hulk films, one could say the Avenger's Universe is well represented at the box office. Besides SFMZ's main page on The Avengers featuring screenshots and more, a menu is also provided for each of the solo films.
Batman has become a pop culture icon, recognized around the world. The character's presence has extended beyond his comic book origins; events such as the release of the 1989 Batman film and its accompanying merchandising "brought the Batman to the forefront of public consciousness." SFMZ highlights the first four Batman feature films along with Christopher Nolan's Trilogy. Also included is a seven page detailed plot / screenshot gallery for The Dark Knight.
The Spider-Man franchise is now standing at five feature films. Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, portrayed by Tobey Maguire, deftly details the origin and pits the web-slinging superhero against The Green Goblin, Dr. Octopus, The Sandman, and Venom. And now, the franchise continues with Marc Webb's 'The Amazing Spider-Man' feature films. Andrew Garfield takes over the role as Spider-Man, battling new villains such as The Lizard, Electro, and The Rhino.
With six feature films and counting, the Superman legacy continues to thrive at the box office. The late great Christopher Reeve launched the superhero onto the big screen with four films, followed by Brandon Routh in Superman Returns, and now Henry Cavill in Man of Steel. Throughout this franchise, Superman's origin was told . . . and then told again. SFMZ highlights include a five page detailed plot / screenshot gallery of the 1978 film that launched it all.
Spanning over a decade now, the X-Men franchise currently stands at five films including the latest release Days of Future Past, along with two Wolverine films. The original trilogy centered around the veteran mutants while First Class ventured into their roots. Days of Future Past combines the old and the new thanks to a time traveling theme. SFMZ highlights include a detailed plot / screenshot gallery of the sequel X2, often regarded as the best of the lot.