With so many comic book franchise that have become video games (X-men, Spider-Man, The Hulk…etc.) and many of them turning out good (like Batman Arkham Asylum, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 & 2) and upcoming games like Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, Arkham Asylum 2, and DC Universe Online I'm picking comic franchises deserving games based on them.

Here are three of them!!!

The Walking Dead

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Granted there are floods of zombie games on the market like Left 4 Dead 1&2, Dead Rising (and  Dead Rising 2) and others, but i've been reading this comic series and i think it would make a perfect candidate to be turned into a game for all next gen consoles. and since both Left 4 Dead and Walking Dead pretty much share a similar story plot i personally wouldn't care either way. i just like killing the undead lol.

The Spirit

Why this hasn't become a game I can't understand. I admit I never heard of the the character until the movie had came out. I even went and picked up most of the graphic novels and I will admit the books are way more awesome then the movie (not that I didn't like the film, cause I did) but I'd happily buy or rent the game if a developer were to aquire the license and do justice to the source material much like Rocksteady did for Batman.

Runaways

No, I don't mean the female band of the same name. I'm referring to the comic book series by Marvel Comics. Since it's about a kids finding out their parents are super villains I thought it would be rather neat to have a game built around that premise.

Those are pretty much all the comic titles I can think of off the top of my head lol. If anyone has any comics they want to see became games feel free to post up your favorites.

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