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Astro Boy: Movie Adaptation (Astro Boy (Idw)) by Scott Tipton
Barb Wire Movie Special by Sarah Byam
Barb Wire: Movie Adaptation by John Arcudi
Batman & Robin Movie Adaptation by Dennis O'Neil
Batman Movie Adaptation by Dennis O'Neil
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (Vol. 1, No. 1). September 1991 by Evan Dorkin
Blade 2: Movie Adaptation, Vol.1 #1 by David Goyer
Buck Rogers Giant Movie Edition: All New! The Comic Book Adaptation Of The Exciting Motion Picture. by Paul Newman
Catwoman Movie Adaptation (Catwoman (Graphic Novels)) by Chuck Austen
Daredevil #1 The Official Adaptation of the Hit Movie! Vol. 1 March 2003 by Bruce Jones
Daredevil: The Official Movie Adaptation by Bruce Jones
Disney's Hercules: Official Comics Movie Adaptation by Evan Skolnick
Dune: The Official Comic Book (Marvel Comics) by Frank Herbert
Eight legged freaks: [an adaptation of the movie] by Marv Wolfman
Flash Gordon: The Movie (The Illustrated Movie Classic) by Bruce Jones
Hook: the Official Movie Adaptation by Charles Vess
John Constantine, Hellblazer: Official Movie Adaptation by Steven T. Seagle
Judge Dredd: The official movie adaptation by Andrew Helfer
Mystery Men Movie Adaptation #1 by Bob Fingerman
Mystery Men Movie Adaptation #2 by Bob Fingerman
Mystery Men Movie Adaptation #2 of 2 by Bob Fingerman (1999).
Planet of the Apes: Movie Adaptation by Scott Allie
Punisher: Official Movie Adaptation by Peter Milligan
Red Sonja Movie Adaptation #1 by Louise Simonson
Robocop Movie Adaptation , Vol. 1, No. 1 A
Rocketeer: Official Movie Adaptation by Dave Stevens
The Rocketeer: The Official Movie Adaptation by Dave Stevens
The Rocketeer: The Official Movie Adaptation by Peter David
Sleepy Hollow by Steven T. Seagle
Spider-Man 2: The Movie TPB (Spider-Man (Graphic Novels)) by Roberto Aguirre Sacasa
Spider-Man: The Movie TPB (Marvel Graphic Novels) by Stan Lee
STAR WARS: AN OFFICIAL ADAPTATION OF THE 20TH-CENTURY FOX BLOCKBUSTER MOVIE! - MARVEL SPECIAL EDITION #1 by Roy Thomas
Steel Movie Adaptation by Louise Simonson
Strange Days: The Official Movie Adaptation by Dan Chichester
Superman Returns: The Official Movie Adaptation by Martin Pasko
Tank Girl Movie Adaptation by Peter Milligan
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The Secret of the Ooze: Official Movie Adaptation by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird
Transformers: Animated Movie Adaptation (Transformers (Idw)) by Bob Budiansky
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Volume 1 (Transformers: Dark of the Moon Official Movie Adaptation) by John Barber
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Volume 2 (Transformers: Dark of the Moon Official Movie Adaptation) (Transformers: Dark of the Moon Movie Adaptation) by John Barber
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Volume 3 (Transformers: Dark of the Moon Official Movie Adaptation) by John Barber
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Volume 4 (Transformers: Dark of the Moon Official Movie Adaptation) by John Barber
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen #3 by Simon Furman
Tron: Movie Adaptation by Peter David
The Warriors: Official Movie Adaptation # 1

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