12 Epic Marvel Comics’ Storylines That We Need To See On The Silver Screen

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When it comes to Marvel Comics, it is very hard to actually argue that it is almost flawless. A few stories that they have given the fans are amazing, and thankfully we all have seen a lot of them reach the silver screen. Marvel will be wrapping up the Infinity War saga by next year and start their Phase 4. With Disney having taken over 20th Century FOX, it seems like they can actually think of using Fantastic Four and the X-Men characters in their movies.

There are so many events in the Marvel comics that we would like to see on the big screen:

1. MARVEL: INHUMANS VS X-MEN

Marvel’s key comic was the X-Men and The Inhumans battling. Here, in The Inhumans vs. The X-Men, the fans had seen these groups teams collide, and most people who had thought that the Inhumans were just a knockoff X-Men had realized how amazing these characters could actually be.

2. MARVEL: KRAVEN’S LAST HUNT

A lot might need to be done to make this one come to pass if Sony wants to bring Kraven to the big screen. Kraven always wants to hunt down Spidey, and he fails every time, and finally, he becomes Spider-Man.

3. MARVEL: WORLD WAR HULK

Hulk is the bad guy in this story, and this is pretty hard to replicate. The character is then sent off by the Avengers to his planet, and then he wants to come back and take everyone out.

4. MARVEL: OLD MAN LOGAN

The film, Logan was almost this storyline, but in the comics, we are taken into the future, and the events of one story leave us without many mutants, and one girl who is like Logan is alive, and she needs to reach the north.

5. MARVEL: ORIGINAL SIN

The Watcher knows all, and he sees all. This story-arc goes over a time where The Watcher is taken out by someone- the assassin then steals the eyes of the character and starts to expose many secrets in the Marvel Universe.

6. MARVEL: ULTIMATE CARNAGE

 

Carnage is the child of Venom-the symbiote had left the offspring behind when Eddie Brock had been spending time with Cassidy. Carnage then breaks out, and it is on a spree and wants to take out everyone. Peter promises MJ he will take a break from being Spider-Man but now he cannot as Carnage has escaped.

7. MARVEL: THE GALACTUS TRILOGY

This involves the very first Cosmic Villain in comic book history and was published in the year, 1966. Galactus is known to be the “Eater of Worlds,” and Silver Surfer is his scout, and he also helps in finding planets for Galactus. Everyone is trying to hide their planet from Galactus even the Skrulls, and the Fantastic Four try and stop them.

8. MARVEL: THE DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN

This story-arc is huge and has many characters are involved. After a blowout with one major villain, Peter Parker dies after he tries to save his family. But of course, he comes back.

9. MARVEL: X-MEN SCHISM

Scott is making plans to ensure sure a new generation is ready for everyone who threatens them, and he is building a following of young mutants and is also teaching them to be ready for fighting humans.

10. MARVEL: SECRET WARS

There are two Secret Wars storylines and the second one is more popular, so Disney and Marvel Studios might combine these and make a huge story.

11. MARVEL: ANNIHILATION

Silver Surfer, Nova, and Drax the Destroyer team up with Super-Skrull, Phyla-Vell, and Ronan, the Accuser for taking down a cosmic power.Drax and Nova are then revamped, and they come out pretty well in this story arc, and the fans see the villains realize that they have to be heroic for keeping the universe and themselves alive.

12. MARVEL: HOUSE OF M

This story-arc is about Scarlet Witch. She is torn up about the loss of family members and also Vision, and she gets into a depression, and she creates her own reality, and it is crashing with the current reality. The Avengers then decide to take out Wanda and mutants do not really think that this is the best way forward and so a war ensues between them.

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