This post originally appeared on Panels, which is now Book Riot Comics
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What if Aubrey Plaza played Kate Bishop in a Netflix original “Marvel’s Hawkeye^2″ series based on the acclaimed run by David Aja and Matt Fraction?
I want this to be real more than I’ve ever wanted anything before.
The majority of the 25 (which doesn’t include any more that are subsequently green-lit) are sequels in some form or another, and several are ‘team-up’ movies where character collide or unite, such as Batman v. Superman and Justice League Part One.
UK’s The Independent is cranky about 25 upcoming comic book superhero adaptations between now and 2020.
Starting October 9, the New-York Historical Society’s exhibition Superheroes in Gotham will explore Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Captain America, Spider-Man and Iron Man as characters, as well as the role of New York City in forging these uniquely American heroes.
A forthcoming museum exhibit focuses on the importance of New York City to superhero mythology.