Marvel Entertainment/Twentieth Century Fox

Marvel Entertainment/Twentieth Century Fox

If you’ve gotten the impression that comic book movies are borrowing heavily from other comic book movies, you aren’t alone. From portals in the sky to heroes in giant metal suits and bad guys shooting deadly beams of light from their faces, Marvel movies (and aren’t they almost all Marvel movies…) all basically look the same. Their success is rubbing off on other spandex-based films.

For better or for worse. There’s a cohesive universe being created, but it’s also flattening the landscape. Fortunately Matt Patches has done the screenshot research and has the photo proof of a gut feeling. Feast your eyes on our Visual Guide to Marvel Movies Looking The Same.


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