I think it would be interesting to look into some of the effects the Marvel films have had on American society, and in turn how it has affected American theaters and box offices. Is anyone Gung-Ho about this?
Interesting. It is essential to look at how the comics have impacted American society from Marvel's early creation :) – Rachel Elfassy Bitoun7 years ago
It would be interesting to look at the vey beginning of marvel's films, and to see what heroes aged better with time, and which ones didn't. For example: why doesn't the 70's Captain America work as a film, but the new (Chris Evens) Captain America does? – Aaron Hatch7 years ago
What's teresting to note is the change in popular media. So when superhero comics were first being printed, every kid read them. But over time, media evolved. So TV/movies are far more likely to be viewed en masse the way comics used to be. The problem then becomes that movies and tv shows are incredibly expensive to produce compared to comics, so the sheer volume of material being produced has shrunk, even as viewership has waxed and waned. – Natalie Sheppard7 years ago