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1994's Unreleased Fantastic Four Movie Was A Disaster By Design

Long before Marvel Studios conquered the world with its unique blend of big-budget spectacle and comic book fidelity ... before 2000's "X-Men" and 2002's "Spider-Man" proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Marvel universe was a viable form of movie IP ... heck, even before Wesley Snipes ice-skated uphill with the "Blade" movies, there was Roger Corman's infamous 1994 film "The Fantastic Four." Didn't see it? There's a reason for that.

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1994's Unreleased Fantastic Four Movie Was A Disaster By Design

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    Why 1994's Unreleased Fantastic Four Movie Was Such A Disaster — By Design

    Why 1994's Unreleased Fantastic Four Movie Was Such A Disaster — By Design

    Long before Marvel Studios conquered the world with its unique blend of big-budget spectacle and comic book fidelity ... before 2000's "X-Men" and 2002's "Spider-Man" proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Marvel universe was a viable form of movie IP ... heck, even before Wesley Snipes ice-skated uphill with the "Blade" movies, there was Roger Corman's infamous 1994 film "The Fantastic Four." Didn't see it? There's a reason for that.

    Every Pre-MCU Marvel Movie Ranked

    Every Pre-MCU Marvel Movie Ranked

    While there are some misfires — look, Marvel had to start somewhere, right? — most of the Marvel films that came out before 2008's "Iron Man" deserve a second look, not only to appreciate how far Marvel has come, but also to remember that, at one point, the X-Men were the superhero team to beat at the box office, not the Avengers.

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