126 – Comic Films Obscura

“Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no one should be denied it.”

Some of the most popular films in the past decades have been giant comic properties like the Batman films or the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sometimes though, there are smaller properties that the casual viewer may not know originated in the funny pages.

Join Erik, Matt, Hawk, Gus, and Steve as they talk about the more obscure comic book films. How faithful was Edgar Wright’s version of “Scott Pilgrim vs The World?” Who watches the Watchmen? Does “V for Vendetta” work in today’s world? Why doesn’t Alan Moore like any of his comic adaptations? And how influential was the adaptation of “The Crow” to the 90’s culture?

Find out why it can’t rain all the time on Geeks with Kids.

What are your favourite obscure comic book films? Fire us a note at podcast@geekswithkids.ca or www.geekswithkids.ca

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