You can argue all you want but there's no doubt that Marvel Studios is on top of the game. Actually, it has been for a long time now. It has housed the most expansive collections of Marvel live-action adaptations which we all love. It maintains its strong grip and mastery of the superhero genre and its films' success is proof. Its live-action ventures have made a staggering $13.5 billion in worldwide revenue. However, long before this commercial dominance of its live-action titles, it has already permeated the world of animation. Even before we have seen Robert Downey, Jr. as Iron Man, Marvel has already debuted its first full-length cartoon. Subsequently, it has continued to create a number of animated film releases that have spanned various storylines from the Marvel Universe.
With how 2006's 'Ultimate Avengers' animation feature has fared, Marvel Studios seem to have been doing a great job. The film has earned a $6.7 million total of sales, making it the highest-grossing Marvel animated movie ever made. Aside from the famous titles like Planet Hulk or Hulk vs. Thor, there are other titles you can find and show your kids. If you want a quick break from those Marvel superhero movies with actual actors on it, then we can help you. Check out this list of the best Marvel animated movies that you will surely enjoy just as good as the live-action films. Watch these animated features and you'll see that Marvel actually owns the superhero game on both ends of the spectrum.
Big Hero 6 was a bizarre and almost forget comic Marvel that came to life as an animated movie when Disney bought Marvel. This readaptation was family friendly but with the personal Marvel touch. In this movie, we'll see how a group of scientists create powerful mechanical suits to defeat a terrifying enemy.
Hulk VS compiles the Hulk vs Wolverine and Hulk vs Thor movies in a double feature. In the first one, we'll see the reenactment of the first encounter between Hulk and Wolverine in the comics. It happened in Canada where Wolverine is working for the secret service of that country and goes to try to stop Hulk of his destructive rampage. In the second one, Thor and Hulk confront each other in a god vs monster battle.
Based on the comic of the same title, this animated movie by Marvel tells the story of Hulk exiled in a distant planet by the most powerful superheroes on Earth, where he is forced to fight as a gladiator. There, the green colossus becomes the hero prophesized by the religion of the inhabitants forging and alliance with his fellow gladiators and making a revolution to revoke the control of their masters.
Marvel was in a bad situation and in danger of bankruptcy during the early 1990s? Marvel was a prolific company throughout the 60s all the way to the 80s. The burst of the economic bubble happened in the 90s. Add to this, some questionable business decisions and investments by Ron Perelman. All these events culminated to the formation of Marvel Studios. An attempt to bring the company's superhero properties to the big screen and other media. With Kevin Feige leading, it went on to produce Iron Man which made 585 million dollars. This was the beginning of the cinematic universe in the making. The studio recently celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2018. This also marked the release of Avengers: Infinity Wars. The rest is, as they say, history.
The studio didn't only produce movies, but also a lot of quality animated movies and TV shows. Animated superhero movies was a realm where DC found a lot of success. Marvel has been making a lot of good things in animation as well. One good example was the success of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. It drew a lot of inspiration from the best Spider-Man comics and the best Spider-man stories. It resulted in an amazing movie that featured the best Spider-Verse characters. All working together to stop an enemy that threatens all their realities.
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