Some new images from Netflix's second season of the highly-acclaimed Marvel show have given us some interesting things to ponder.
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She-Hulk got hurt early on in Civil War II and has spent much of the last few months in a coma, unaware of the tragic fate that befell her cousin. The gamma-irradiated lawyer recently woke up from her near-death state with scars all over her face and body. Now, she's going to be the star of Hulk, a new ongoing title that will explore the damage done to her psyche.
It's just a fact that not all comics should be movies -- sometimes only TV can properly capture the scope of these stories. (I mean, you're not going to get all 75 issues of Neil Gaiman's Sandman in a movie, or even three.) At the same time, only a few comics could be adapted to television in a way that wouldn't suck, let alone be popular with the mass audience that would make such a show feasible. So with all that in mind, here are 10 comic books that would only work on television -- and have a damn good chance of being actual hits.
Suffice to say, if you're a member of the gamma-radiated family in Marvel's comics at the moment, now isn't exactly a happy time.