10 Funny Movies That Aren’t Technically Comedies

Everyone has a comic book, graphic novel, or manga that we would love to see in live-action. On the other hand, we also have comics we wish were never made.

A Redditor recently asked, “What are the worst movies based on comics?” The internet responded to deliver this list of comic book movie mishaps.

Critically and commercially unsuccessful primarily due to an uneven tone, mediocre performances, and unconvincing special effects.

Howard the Duck (1986)

The film had a decent concept, but with terrible execution and minimal excitement generated, this abysmal movie is unwatchable.

Steel (1997)

Jonah Hex is a Western superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. In his live-action debut, the title character, Jonah Hex, is played by Josh Brolin.

Jonah Hex (2010)

The film received mildly negative reviews from critics and viewers. Nevertheless, The Green Hornet grossed $227.8 million against a $120 million production budget.

The Green Hornet (2011)

Despite its direct television release in North America, Man-Thing garnered over $1.1 million across multiple international markets. Unfortunately, even with proper directing guidance and significant special effects, this film still ended up as a garbage movie with an outstanding concept.

Man-thing (2005)

Most reviews disliked the character casting and the inexplicable unfaithfulness to the source material. Dragonball performed poorly at the box office, grossing $9.4 million in North America against a budget of $30 million.

Dragonball Evolution (2009)

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