Have you visited our Superheroes Tales Bundle yet? Well today is the perfect day to do so. Yes, we also have a wide selection of Sales as well. Sales that are worth checking out too, like our Bandai Namco Sale (available for visit here). But I’m here about one special bundle. The Superheroes Tales Bundle which is still going strong. There’s some fun stuff in that bundle… But I’m also gonna mention some cool movies along the way. Let’s begin shall we? We have a lot to cover.
What’s The Superheroes Tales Bundle All About?
Well our Superheroes Tales Bundle (check it out here) is filled with cool Ebooks. Eight of them to be precise, and they’re all fun and awesome. But before I present every single one of them, let me share some cool facts about the bundle.
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Don’t miss this special offer. There’s a week (or so) still left of this bundle so it’s not to be missed.
What’s In Superheroes Tales Bundle?
And what’s in the bundle you might ask? Featuring Hero 9 to 5, Hero Killer, Long Gone, Take a Chance, Eleventh Hour + The Return of the Son of Eleventh Hour & Hero 9 to 5: Disposable Heroes! Claim your eBooks! All of the products available in this bundle are DRM-FREE.
But let’s try and present the ebooks in this bundle.
First and foremost, there’s The Return of the Son of Eleventh Hour. The Son Of Eleventh Hour features eighteen stories from the past, present and, quite possibly, the future of Orang Utan Comics. It all kicks off with a brand new prologue to The Intergalactic Adventures of Zakk Ridley and ends with a rarely seen Hero: 9 to 5 short. Then there’s Hero 9 to 5. Meet Jacob Reilly, aka Flame-O from the very same game. He didn’t want to be a hero, he wanted to be a rock star, but now he’s stuck working for Heroes for Zeroes, and his life is about to get, really, really complicated…
Hero 9 to 5: Disposable Heroes offers a return to a world where being a superhero is just another nine to five job! While Long Gone and Take a Chance are exciting thrill rides, Eleventh Hour Vol #1 and Discord are more of a Science Fiction adventures. Take your picks and enjoy!
And Which Movies Go Well With Our Superheroes Tales Bundle?
Movies that are cinematic adaptations of comic books and graphic novels of course. There are 5 of those here and we hope you’ll like our picks. Not to mention, we’d love to know your picks as well. Share some of your own favorite graphic novel adaptations with us. Hit that comment section and let us know. OK, let’s begin.
Frank Miller’s masterpiece turned out to be a true cinematic masterpiece. In every sense of the world. It’s also a stylistic Neo Noir crime thriller with a fanatic cast. However in its most basic essence, Sin City is an exploration of the dark and miserable Basin City. And three of its residents, all of whom are caught up in violent corruption. Four tales of crime are adapted from Frank Miller’s graphic novel. And they’re all visually transformed thanks to Miller’s and Robert Rodriguez’s vision. This is a great movie and deserves a spot on this list. Don’t you think?
Fun fact: Despite appearing in all three of the major stories, Brittany Murphy filmed all of her scenes in one day.
The Old Guard
The Old Guard is the most recent movie on this list. A 2020 movie adaptation with the fabulous Charlize Theron in the lead role. Not the best movie on this list I’ll admit, but at the same time a movie with an intriguing plot. Theron is part of an unusual team in The Old Guard. A team of immortal mercenaries on a revenge mission. It’s not an easy task, but hey. Being an immortal carries a big burden upon the immortal’s shoulders. There’s a sequel currently underway and yeah. I think it deserves to be on this list.
Fun fact: Charlize Theron has stated that Andy is over 6,000 years old.
I can’t believe I’ll say this, but Watchmen is one of Zack Snyder’s finest movies. Based on the limited comic books of the same name (by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons), Watchmen is a gem. It explores the Cold War, Vigilante’s duties in dystopia. Also themes like identity, nihilism, corruption. Not to mention it’s also stylish to boot and it has one of the best intros ever. Seriously, the intro is fantastic. You can also check out the TV adaptation but the movie is one for the books. It’s a must watch if you’re a fan of the comic books.
Fun fact: Jackie Earle Haley was the only one of the main actors who was already familiar with the comic book. He actively campaigned for the part of Rorschach.
Another graphic novel that got both movie adaptation. And a TV adaptation as well. Snowpiercer is another gem, and one of my favorite Bong Joon-ho movies. With a stellar cast and fantastic production design, Snowpiercer is a visual and structural marvel of a movie. The movie is set on Snowpiercer. A special train that’s on a globe-spanning track. The train carries the last remnants of humanity after a failed attempt at climate engineering to stop global warming. Much like Watchmen, there are tons of different themes to explore here. The class system, poverty, and the movie is bursting with social commentary as well. It’s a true masterpiece with a stellar list of actors in it. Chris Evans, Ed Harris, Tilda Swinton, Octavia Spencer and the late John Hurt just to name a few.
Fun fact: Chris Evans personally contacted Bong Joon Ho for the audition after hearing the casting news.
Why not finish this article with the oldest movie on this list? The Crow of course. Now I often mention how I adore Alex Proyas’s work. I’m a huge fan of Dark City and I really like I, Robot. But the Crow is a very underrated gem in his career. Sometimes overshadowed by the untimely and accidental death of Brandon Lee. But overall The Crow is a fantastic adaptation based on James O’Barr’s comic of the same name. A sequel of the movie does exist, but the 1994 movie remains the best in my humble opinion.
Fun fact: River Phoenix and Christian Slater turned down the role of Eric Draven.
Are You A Fan Of Our Superheroes Tales Bundle?
Let us know which one of the 8 eBooks within the bundle is your favorite. Don’t be shy! We’d love to know all about it!