In Iron Man 3 Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) has to deal with posttraumatic stress disorder after the events of The Avengers. Meanwhile a mysterious terrorist only known as the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) starts bomb attacks which can’t be traced back to him. On top of that Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce) appears with a strange new DNA-changing virus known as Extremis and has some unfinished business with Tony.
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Comic book movies have long become a respected and reliable source for both creativity and entertainment, but it was not always like this.
They had to come a long and hard way to get past people’s prejudice since they were initially written of as brainless entertainment by a large group.
So when was this barrier breached?
Let’s look at the history of comic book movies and their pivotal years
A long time ago comic book movies ruled the cinema, people flocked to every property imaginable and it seemed as if those adaptions had become a reliable source for money, but then they vanished from earth, retreated to the niche they came from.
So what went wrong?
Let’s look at the history of comic book movies and
their eventual downfall.
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