I liked the ending of V for Vendetta because the original novel had V show no remorse or compassion. It pretty much ended saying 'keep revolting' with no plans for the aftermath. So the movie ending was better and less dubious as a message.
Constantine was a film made for the American viewer. As such it suffered a great loss of character exposition from the original comics.
Watchmen...yeah that was a half-ass adaption of the story. But it's a very mature subject matter that reinvents history. Captain America didn't really rewrite history so much as give a side story to the event of World War 2.
: Incidentally, in talking about hero comic to
: movie changes, notice how DC keeps
: alienating their fans while Marvel
: (generally) keeps theirs in the game.
: It really has to do with how DC keeps
: rebooting crap. (I'm tempted to take a
: deadpool on the complete DC comic reboot.
: This is gonna go New Coke so fast its going
: to make heads spin)
: Meanwhile, Marvel changes things, but keeps
: the character's stories, costumes, and
: villains (relatively) genuine.
: Thank God Ms. Marvel is a Marvel character.
: If she ever appears in a movie, we know
: she'll be the character we read about.
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