The Great Superhero Movie Project

  • Iron Man (2008)
  • Hellboy (2004)
  • Batman Begins (2005)
  • Hellboy (2004)
  • X2: X-Men United (2003)
  • The Dark Knight (2008)
  • X-Men (2000)
  • The Incredible Hulk

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I love superheroes, I love movies, I love superhero movies and I love talking about superhero movies. In the spring of 2008, I published a list of The Top 10 Superhero Movies. As it turns out, the summer of 2008 was pretty big for superheroes and shortly after publishing the list I had to revise it. I also recognized that there are a handful of superhero movies I haven’t seen and still more I’ve seen but never officially rated.

The Goal

On Saturday, 19 July 2008 I initiated The Great Superhero Movie Project. The goal is simple, if ambitious: watch, rate and review every superhero movie ever made. Sort of.

The Rules

I’ve got a few rules about what qualifies as a “superhero movie” for this project:

  1. Theatrical releases, made-for-TV movies and direct-to-DVD movies all qualify, provided they aren’t disqualified by another rule.
  2. No pilots for or direct spinoffs of television series. Since Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is essentially a long episode of Batman: The Animated Series, it won’t be included in the project. Justice League: The New Frontier, however, is a stand-alone feature, so it makes the cut.
  3. Comic book origin optional. This means The Incredibles and Blankman, neither of which originated in comic books, are both included.
  4. The definition of “superhero” is entirely subjective, and I am the subjector. If I don’t feel that the movie features superheroes, I’ll disqualify it. Transformers is the first victim of this rule, even though I’ve watched, rated and reviewed it. Giant robots from outer space ≠ superheroes.
  5. Movie serials are not eligible. I think I’m going to do a separate project for these.

The rules are subject to change at my whim. The most current version of the rules will be posted here.

The Ratings

I’ll be posting ratings and reviews on this very site as I complete them. If a movie is on the list and I’ve already reviewed it, I’ll provide a link to that review and update the review with a rating if necessary. All movies will be rated on a five-point scale, with 5 being the highest possible rating and 1 being the lowest.

The current Top 10 will be reflected in the images accompanying this page. As of July 2008, Iron Man holds the coveted top spot and Spider-Man Hellboy II: The Golden Army rounds out the top ten.

The List

Here it is: the ever-growing list of every superhero movie (as defined by the aforementioned rules) ever made. These are all (unless otherwise noted) movies I pulled out of the rusty recesses of my own feeble brain, so the list is probably far from complete. If you think I’ve overlooked a superhero movie—be it good or bad—let me know and I’ll probably add it to the list.

If I haven’t seen a movie, the title will be bold. If I’ve rated and reviewed it, the title will be linked to the review. If a reader suggested the movie, their name (or nickname) will appear after the title.

Update (December 2008): All movies I’ve reviewed have been collected into a single category: The Great Superhero Movie Project, which has its own RSS feed. Subscribe to the feed to keep informed of new reviews as I write them.

Update (July 2009): I’ve been making progress on the “watching” part of the project—I’ve recently watched Punisher: War Zone, Supergirl, Ophelia Learns to Swim and Hancock—but not so much on the reviewing side. That should change shortly.

Update (October 2009): Thanks to the excellent WordPress plugin, Xavin’s Review Ratings, I’m able to post ratings for individual movies on this page. An expanded explanation of the ratings is available at the Ratings page.

  1. Batman (1989) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  2. Batman Returns (1992) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  3. Batman Forever (1995) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2.5/5]
  4. Batman & Robin (1997) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2/5]
  5. Batman Begins (2005) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4.5/5]
  6. The Dark Knight (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  7. Black Mask (1996)
  8. Black Mask 2: City of Masks (2002)
  9. Black Scorpion (1995)
  10. Black Scorpion II: Aftershock (1997)
  11. Blade (1998)
  12. Blade II (2002)
  13. Blade: Trinity (2004)
  14. Blankman (1994)
  15. Captain America (Made for TV, 1979)
  16. Captain America II: Death Too Soon (Made for TV, 1979)
  17. Captain America (1990)
  18. Catwoman (2004)
  19. Constantine (2005)
  20. The Crow (1994) (Thanks, Jared!)
  21. The Crow: City of Angels (1996) (Thanks, Jared!)
  22. The Crow: Salvation (2000) (Thanks, Jared!)
  23. The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005) (Thanks, Jared! I didn’t realize they’d cranked out three sequels.)
  24. Condorman (1981)
  25. Daredevil (2003) Note: Rating is based on the director’s cut. [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  26. Darkman (1992) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  27. Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1994)
  28. Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (1996)
  29. Doctor Strange (Animated, 2007)
  30. Dr. Strange (Made for TV, 1978)
  31. Elektra (2005)
  32. Fantastic Four (1994)
  33. Fantastic Four (2005) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  34. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  35. Flash Gordon (1980) (Thanks, Stuart!) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  36. Ghost Rider (2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  37. Green Lantern: First Flight (2009) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  38. Hancock (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  39. Hellboy (2004) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4.5/5]
  40. Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  41. Hellboy Animated: Sword of Storms (2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  42. Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron (2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  43. Hero at Large (1980) (Thanks willywoollove!)
  44. Howard the Duck (1986)
  45. Hulk (2003) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  46. The Incredible Hulk (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  47. The Incredibles (Animated, 2004) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  48. The Invincible Iron Man (Animated, 2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  49. Iron Man (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=5/5]
  50. Judge Dredd (1995) (Thanks, Nycteris!)
  51. Justice League of America (Made for TV, 1997)
  52. Justice League: The New Frontier (2008)
  53. Lightspeed (2006)
  54. Man-Thing (2005)
  55. The Mask (1994) (Thanks, Ivan!)
  56. Son of the Mask (2005) (Thanks, Ivan. No, really. Thanks. I so wanted to see this movie.)
  57. Mercury Man (2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2.5/5]
  58. The Meteor Man (1993)
  59. Mystery Men (1999) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  60. My Super Ex-Girlfriend (2006) (Thanks, Miscellaneous G™!)
  61. Ophelia Learns to Swim (2000) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2/5]
  62. The Phantom (1996) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  63. The Puma Man (1980) (Thanks, Miscellaneous G™!)
  64. The Punisher (1989) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2/5]
  65. The Punisher (2004) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  66. The Punisher: War Zone (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  67. The Return of Captain Invincible (1983)
  68. The Rocketeer (1991) (Thanks, Jared!) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  69. Sgt. Kabukiman, NYPD (1991)
  70. The Shadow (1994) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  71. Sidekick (2005) (Thanks, Ford75!)
  72. Silver Hawk (2004)
  73. Sky High (2005) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  74. Spawn (1997) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  75. Special (2006) (Thanks, Eoin!)
  76. The Specials (2000) (Thanks, Jared!) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  77. Spider-Man (2002) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  78. Spider-Man 2 (2004) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  79. Spider-Man 3 (2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating = 1.5/5]
  80. The Spirit (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2/5]
  81. Steel (1997)
  82. Swamp Thing (1982) (Thanks, Phil!) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  83. The Return of The Swamp Thing (1989) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  84. Super Fuzz (1980)
  85. Supergirl (1984) (Thanks, Miscellaneous G™!) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=1/5]
  86. The Superhero (2007)
  87. Superhero Movie (2008) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2.5/5]
  88. Superman (1978) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  89. Superman II (1980) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  90. Superman III (1983)
  91. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=1/5]
  92. Superman Returns (2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2/5]
  93. Superman: Doomsday (2008)
  94. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
  95. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (1991)
  96. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time (1993)
  97. TMNT (Animated, 2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  98. The Toxic Avenger (1985) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=1.5/5]
  99. The Toxic Avenger Part II (1989) (Thanks, willywoollove!)
  100. The Toxic Avenger Part III: The Last Temptation of Toxie (1989) (Thanks, willywoollove!)
  101. Citizen Toxie: Toxic Avenger IV (2000) (Thanks, willywoollove!)
  102. Underdog (2007) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  103. Ultimate Avengers (Animated, 2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  104. Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther (Animated, 2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]
  105. Ultraviolet (2006) (Thanks, Kevin!) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2.5/5]
  106. Unbreakable (2000) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  107. Watchmen (2009) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4.5/5]
  108. X-Men (2000) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3.5/5]
  109. X2: X-Men United (2003) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=4/5]
  110. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=2/5]
  111. Zebraman (2004)
  112. Zoom: Academy for Superheroes (2006) [xrr imageset=tiny_star label="" rating=3/5]

The DQ List

Here’s the list of movies I’ve disqualified for various reasons:

  1. Batman (1943) is a movie serial.
  2. Batman and Robin (1949) is another movie serial. (My two-part review: Part 1; Part 2)
  3. Batman: The Movie (1966) is a spin off of the television series.
  4. Batman: Gotham Knight (2008) is six short films.
  5. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) is a spinoff of Batman: The Animated Series.
  6. Batman: SubZero (1998) is a spinoff of Batman: The Animated Series.
  7. The Green Hornet (1940) is yet another movie serial, but there’s a movie (apparently starring Seth Rogan in the title role) coming in 2010.
  8. The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) is a spinoff of the television series The Incredible Hulk.
  9. The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989) is a spinoff of the television series The Incredible Hulk.
  10. The Death of the Incredible Hulk (1990) is a spinoff of the television series The Incredible Hulk.
  11. Spy Smasher (1942) is a movie serial.
  12. Sting of the Black Scorpion (2002) is a spinoff of the television series, Black Scorpion, which is technically a spinoff of the movie of the same name. However, since the original movies (Black Scorpion and Black Scorpion II: Aftershock) weren’t pilots for the television series, they still qualify, thus demonstrating the intricacies of the rules.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why aren’t movie serials included?
    I love superhero movie serials; I own both the Batman and Batman and Robin serials from the 1940s as well as the Captain America serial starring Dick Purcell from 1944. I’d love to add Spy Smasher, The Phantom and Captain Marvel to my collection as well. The problem with serials is that, even at just 15 minutes per installment, they require upwards of four hours of viewing time to complete. That’s just too much time for a single rating and review. Perhaps in the future I may do a separate project just for serials, depending on how well The Great Superhero Movie Project works.
  2. Why is/isn’t [movie] on the list?
    The definition of a superhero is tricky to nail down, so to avoid a list several hundred movies long, I’m taking a somewhat arbitrary approach to who is or is not a superhero. For example, Blade is a vampire movie, but since the character originally appeared in the Marvel Universe alongside the likes of Spider-Man and Wolverine, I felt he should be included. Van Helsing and Underworld, on the other hand, are monster movies that don’t have roots in an established superhero universe, so they’re excluded.In other cases, such as The Matrix, the distinction is a bit trickier to make. All I can say is that The Matrix really doesn’t feel like a superhero movie to me, so I’m not including it.
  3. What’s your deadline for watching, rating and reviewing every movie on the list?
    I don’t have one, for a couple of reasons. First, there are at least a half dozen superhero movies in various stages of production at the time of this writing (11 August 2008), ((Captain America: The First Avenger, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow and Watchmen to name just a few.)) and as soon as they’re available I’m going to add them to the list. Second, just finding some of these movies will be a challenge, ((Do you know where I can find a copy of The Return of Captain Invincible? Do you? I didn’t think so.)) so putting a time limit on finishing the list is just setting myself up for failure.

49 thoughts on “The Great Superhero Movie Project”

  1. A few suggestions to increase your list:

    The Specials (2000)
    The Crow (1994)
    The Crow: City of Angels (1996)
    The Crow: Salvation (2000)
    The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)
    Zebraman (2004)
    Batman (1943)
    Batman and Robin (1949)
    The Rocketeer (1991)
    Spy Smasher (1942)

    1. @Jared – Excellent suggestions all, Jared! I actually have The Specials on my old TiVo but only watched the first 20 minutes or so before said TiVo decided to die.

    2. @Jared – You’ve reminded me that I forgot to transfer one of the original rules (no movie serials); I’ve correct that omission. Unfortunately, that means the Batman and Batman and Robin serials from the 1940s are disqualified.

    1. @Nycteris – That’s a very good question. Judge Dredd kind of toes the line because he’s not very “super”, but one could make the same argument about Batman, so I’ll include the Judge.

    1. @Randy – I disqualified serials because watching them can be a big time sink. I own both of the Batman serials from the 1940s on DVD and the Captain America serial on VHS (all my Captain America stuff is on VHS, unfortunately), and I’ve long wanted to add to my collection, so I’ll probably do a Great Movie Serial Project in the future or perhaps I’ll open The Great Superhero Movie Project up to serials if I feel like I’m on a roll.

  2. Cool Idea. I can’t wait to read the review. I tried for 10 min to think of more movies but I couldn’t. That is a Large list.

    1. @willywoollove – I didn’t think the list could get too much larger when I started, but the suggestions have been coming in pretty steady and I’ve had to think hard about what it means (to me) to be a superhero. Lots of these movies feature regular joes who don’t have special powers, but their deeds are definitely heroic. What’s the difference between a hero and a superhero? In the case of The Rocketeer the difference is a jet engine strapped to Cliff Secord’s back, but the circumstances obviously vary from case to case.

  3. I know a movie or two that feature a character with such superhuman powers as transmuting liquids, physics-defying ambulation, and posthumous regeneration. ;)

    1. @Miscellaneous GHellblazer is one of those comics that doesn’t quite fall into the superhero spectrum for me, but I’ll include it for the same reason I’m including Blade: John Constantine is part of a larger superheroic universe.

  4. I always heard there was an original spider-man movie that got buried away right after it was made some time before 1995

    1. @ryan — I remember a lot of rumors flying around in the early nineties about James Cameron (The Terminator, Titanic) directing a big-budget Spider-Man movie, but as far as I’m aware no authorized, live-action film was ever made between the television series in the seventies and the Sam Raimi version. If such a film exists, it will likely be impossible to find even bootleg copies.

  5. I almost hate to do this but how about the toxic avenger’s sequels.

    The Toxic Avenger Pt II (1989)
    The Toxic Avenger Pt III: The Last Temptation of Toxie (1989)
    Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Pt IV (2001)

    I also almost hate to admit I’ve seen all of these and wouldn’t blame you at all for not adding them. They seemed to get away from the theme of the original.

    1. @Miscellaneous G — Wow. Are you finding these in the dusty recesses of your memory and brushing the cobwebs off or are you making a concerted effort to unearth the most bizarre, obscure superhero movies ever? Either way, The Puma Man has been added to the list.

  6. @ KJToo – No searching for this one. I recalled Andy regailing me around 10 years ago with a description of how bad it is. Enjoy! :)

  7. I just your site through a google search (for Obscure Super Hero movies believe it or not); and some of those obscure titles you’re having difficulty finding (Hero at Large, Return of Captain Invincible, Super Girl, The Specials, etc.) I found on Amazon (and the price was right too).

  8. Hello just wandering how far along you are on this huge project? Is there some way you could show wich movies you’ve already watched? I just want to follow along.

  9. @Willywoollove — Not as far along as I’d like to be, quite frankly. I am the king of making excuses for why (I haven’t found Supergirl on DVD locally, blah blah blah…), but I need to light a fire under my butt and get going on this.

    One day, I may set up a separate feed specifically for TGSHMP, but until I gather some momentum, the best thing to do is probably either check back on this page or subscribe to my main blog feed.

  10. Okay, as I’ve noted in the main post, there’s now an RSS feed to which you can subscribe if you want new superhero movie reviews to appear in your favorite feed reader/aggregator.

    1. @Kevin — I suppose I should add Ultraviolet, though it hews closer to sci-fi than superhero (there’s a lot of grey area, to be sure). The fact that the bad guys are essentially vampires is another reason I didn’t have it on the initial list. I’ve taken a little flack for including some vampire hunter movies (the Blade series) and not others (specifically Van Helsing and the Underworld series), but the only reason Blade makes the cut is that he occasionally pals around with Spider-Man and other superheroes (though not in the movies).

  11. How about a few more ladies:

    Selene from the Underworld movies (Vampire powers PLUS decades of combat training and experience. A little like Blade.)

    Aeon Flux, with Charlize Theron

    Painkiller Jane.

    And if you want to stretch things a bit, Leeloo, the ultimate being who was sent to save us from evil in The Fifth Element.

    And while I’m thinking about “the future”, V for Vendetta had an enhanced (and ecentric) ultra-fast human being fighting against a tyrinical government.

    And a third from the future, “Equilibriam”, again, a dystopian future, and Christian Bale is a master of the Gun Kata, a martial art in which one uses not their empty hands but a pair of semi-automatic pistols in close quarter combat. Compared to the general populace, he is superhuman. And if not for this list, then just watch it: It’s weirdly cool. And it has guys who are black belts in shooting things!

    By the way, this list is wonderful! (I mean your list, not the shlock I just posted…) When complete, this will make a wonderful resource for, um, well, I’m sure there’s some demographic that would love to have this list! I know I’m saving the page to My Favorites.

    Mark “Hello” Newman

    1. @Mark — First, thanks for the comment! Lots of stuff going on in there, so let me go through the list.

      The Underworld series is a tricky beast for me, because I classify them as monster movies, right along with Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolfman, The Creature From the Black Lagoon or even—and I shudder a little to mention it—Van Helsing. The “superpowers” displayed in these movies are all derived from vampirism, lycanthrope, etc. I guess it comes down to what the characters are doing with their abilities. In Underworld, they’re fighting a war among vampire clans and/or between vampires and werewolves. There’s an awful lot of “super” but not a whole heck of a lot of “hero” going on in Underworld. It’s a slippery slope, to be sure, and I know I opened the door when I included Blade on the list, but Blade is heroic in that he’s protecting humanity from the vampires, whereas Underworld is essentially a series of gang war films in which the gangs happen to have fangs, fur or both.

      I’ll address Aeon Flux, V for Vendetta, Painkiller Jane and—reluctantly—The Fifth Element in another comment later today, but I do want to agree with you about Equilibrium; it’s an awesome flick. Is it a superhero movie? I’m not sure. It’s looking more and more like I need a better definition of “superhero movie”, isn’t it?

  12. Nope, not at all: This is your list, and your definition of “superhero movie.” Otherwise, everyone could argue for months about what *exactly* makes a superhero movie.

    On this list, it should be what YOU say is a superhero movie! Otherwise, you never get a list, just an endless discussion. I would rather have this list as a nice reference.

    There’s nothing to stop others from compiling their own list! However, I hearby decree that forever more, this shall be known as The Johnson List.

    Ok, I don’t have the power to decree anything. But I still love this ongoing compilation.

    1. @Mark — The list will be expanded very shortly, thanks to some movies I discovered on Netflix. Also, look for a review of Supergirl in the next couple of days; it’s due to be in my mailbox when I get home from work tonight.

      Okay, back to some of the lovely ladies you mentioned in your original comment.

      Painkiller Jane. From what little I’ve seen, she may qualify as a superhero. Unfortunately, the only on-screen version I can recall is the short-lived SciFi Channel series, which doesn’t qualify Painkiller Jane as a movie, per my o’er-inflexible definition.

      Aeon Flux. This is another one that walks the line between straight-up science-fiction and superhero for me. I tend to put it in the former category, but if I ever find myself lacking superhero movies I may let it slide into the latter.

      The Fifth Element is pretty much sci-fi for me. Once I start looking at Leeloo Dallas as a superhero, then I’ve got to consider the Jedi superheroes as well. It may not be great logic, but it’s my logic.

      V for Vendetta. Boy, this is is a tough one. I’ll have to get back to you, but you make a good argument.

  13. I made a good argument! Now I’ll argue againts V. It takes place in an alternate future. And he may have been what some Role Players call an “anti-hero,” that is, not afraid to kill or lie or do whatever is necessary to achieve his positive goal. On the other hand, he had powers. And a mask. And a Batcave. Well, a secret underground lair. (The V Cave. No, wait. The caVe. No, I’ve got it. The “C for Cavern”.)

    As for Painkiller Jane, the series was based on a movie. The movie may have been based on a comic. However, the movie may have been a made for cable TV movie, and *possibly* a pilot for the series, which would violate one of your rulings. Oh, and she didn’t really go around saving people, if I remember correctly.

    Maybe there should be a list of “gray area” superheroes. We could put Chuck Norris and Arnold in there…

    1. @Eoin — Yes, I do need to add Special to the list. I saw a trailer on Apple.com recently and was surprised to learn that the film is already more than two years old! It appears that there was only a limited theatrical release in the United States, so I’ll have to wait for the DVD.

  14. Great minds think a like? I found your page while doing some research for my site…. Waay back in 2006 I started the “Superhero Marathon” on a message board, and transfered them to webpage form last year.

    Thought you might be interested, I might have a few on my list that’ll interest you.

    1. @Shawn — Thanks for the comment and for the great link. There are definitely some movies on your list that I’ll have to add to mine and a few (such as the mexploitation flick, Batwoman) that I’d like to see but which won’t make the list for one reason or another.

  15. a list of superhero movies you may want to add …or not ok:

    K-20
    Argoman
    3 dev adam
    Krrish
    Cicak Man
    Cicakman 2 – Planet Hitam
    Nick Fury (i think it’s a made for tv movie so not sure if you want to add it)
    Surge of Power: The Stuff of Heroes
    Super Capers
    Defendor
    The Heroic Trio

    ok and the “santo” movies don’t know if you want to add them he’s a professional wrestler moonlighting as a superhero he also had a comic for 35 years which he moonlights as a hero. he has 52 movies with the really deal santo’s playing himself and another unknow number of movies with other people playing the role of santo

    1. @scott slone — I’ve definitely seen Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (twice, even!) but as a made-for-TV movie, it is ineligible for this project. Super Capers, on the other hand, is already in my Netflix queue, and I’m going to add a couple of the others you listed shortly. Thanks!

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