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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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SUBJECT: The Problem with Non Marvel "Marvel" Movies
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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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It's such an obvious concept on the face of it that it doesn't seem to bear saying out loud. But if Fant4stic is any indication of the industry's understanding on the subject, then it obviously does. Only Marvel should be making Marvel movies.

Why anybody would think any differently is completely beyond me. The non-Marvel successes have been so few and far between that they hardly bear mentioning in the first place. There's X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past… and that's it. Those are the only good non-Marvel Marvel movies.


Now, I understand that Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy have their fans and that there's a pretty loyal following for the first two X-Men. Hell, even Daredevil‘s R-rated director's cut is starting to have a critical re-evaluation in some circles. That being said, I have never found any of them to be anything more than just okay.

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