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Prepare thy self to watch a whole of super heroes coming your way in the next six years.
With the announcement yesterday of all the DC movie plans, the film schedule between now and 2020 has become insane if you’re a comic book fan. I remember when getting a comic book movie every few years sent me into spasms, now there will be some windows of time where I will only have to wait a week or two. That, to me, is insanity.
|Big Hero 6||11/7/14|
|Avengers: Age of Ultron||5/1/14||MCU|
|Fantastic Four||8/7/15||Fantastic Four|
|Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice||3/25/16||DCU|
|Captain America: Serpent Society||5/6/16||MCU|
|Guardians of the Galaxy 2||5/5/17||MCU|
|Fantastic Four 2||7/14/17||Fantastic Four|
|Justice League Part One||11/17/17||DCU|
|Amazing Spider-Man 3||2018||Spider-Man|
|Avengers - Infinity War: Part 1||5/4/18||MCU|
|Unknown Fox/Marvel Film||7/13/18||???|
|Avengers - Infinity War: Part 2||5/3/19||MCU|
|Justice League Part Two||6/14/19||DCU|
When you add in all of the TV shows as well, my mind just melts at how my beloved art form has finally made it’s way into the mainstream in ways it never has before. I couldn’t be happier, but it also frightens me a bit for the inevitable crash that will come one of these days and everyone tires of this style of story.
There are sure to be more films added in the coming years, but for now, sit back folks, there are about to be a whole lot of capes flying around.