Movie & TV Mania!!!

There have been TONS of movie, and TV, properties translated to comics. Here is my attempt to list them all. Wish me luck.
 
Added TV properties now too.

List items

  • King of the Monsters. Has been brought into the Marvel Universe, and later Dark Horse Comics.

  • The alien game hunter has had a long, lengthy run with Dark Horse Comics.

  • These nasty alien killing machines have had an equally long and lengthy run with Dark Horse.

  • Has been apart of VARIOUS comic company lines, most notably Dark Horse, Dynamite & IDW.

  • Species series alien, has been with both Avatar Press and Dark Horse.

  • Classic British kaiju, was made into a comic in the 60's by Charlton Comics.

  • Little seen British Kaiju adapted to comic form by Charlton Comics

  • continued killing spree of the pyschotic doll brought to you by Devil's Due Press

  • the iconic slasher villain, having been adapted by various companies over the years.

  • the iconic horror character. Adapted by various companies over the years.

  • The demonic dream slayer. Like his fellow horror icons, has been adapted by various comic companies.

  • The hard-luck hero of the Evil Dead and Army of Darkness movies. Has had countless adventures outside of the movies ever since.

  • Guardian of the Universe, this giant turtle kaiju has been adapted by Dark Horse at one point.

  • The iconic adventurer has enjoyed a long run in both Marvel and Dark Horse.

  • Has been adapted by various comic companies over the years, chief among them Marvel and Dark Horse.

  • the cybernetic law enforcer has been brought to comics various times, with perhaps his time spent in Dark Horse being the best remembered, especially since it had him crossover with the Terminator.

  • Ghostbusters has enjoyed various runs in various comic companies over the years.

  • Clive Barker's iconic demon was adapted into comic form by Epic comics in the early 90's.

  • Sam Raimi's OTHER creation. Adapted by Marvel and Dynamite Entertainment.

  • Pixar's super-powered team has been brought to comic book form via BOOM! Studios

  • The original slasher villain has seen various runs in various comic companies over the years.

  • The original giant movie monster has seen his fair share of comic books.

  • comic adaptation of the disney classic that kinda continued the adventure through the black hole.

  • The cult film character was brought back via comic books by Moonstone Books.

  • The further adventures of Nesmith and his fellow fake space travelling heroes.

  • The comic sequel to the classic vampire movie, serving as a prequel to in-movie sequel.

  • continued story of the original Disney movie and critically acclaimed video game.

  • The Highlander. Main character of the movies, as well as the comic book adaptation by Dynamite.

  • One of the biggest sci-fi franchises ever has gotten quite a comic few adaptations, chief among them the long running Dark Horse series that is sill going strong.

  • One of the biggest sci-fi franchises ever has had a long run through various comic companies. Marvel, DC, Malibu, Wildstorm, and are currently with IDW. For TV, Movies and everything in between.

  • The award-winning sci-fi movie has had it's fair share of sporadic adaptations over the years.

  • Marvel Comics adaptation based on both the movie and the original novel done by Jack Kirby. Built upon themes presented in both sources. Eventually led to the introduction of Machine Man.

  • Sci-fi classic has gotten quite a few adaptations as well. One company (Malibu Comics) even had them crossover with Alien Nation (Ape Nation).

  • the popular 80's sci-fi movie has enjoyed some limited success in comic adaptations in the past.

  • Comic served as a sorta prequel to the Ralph Bakshi movie.

  • Comic Adaptation for the classic 80's horror movie that continued the story.

  • Topps comics not only made an adapatation of the movie itself, but also continued on with a series of spin-offs for quite some time. Now IDW is going to try it's hand at this franchise.

  • Main character of the popular Scarface movie. Has enjoyed a few adaptations from Dark Horse as well as IDW. Some of which have even continued with Tony's story.

  • The cult classic sci-fi movie series has enjoyed sporadic adaptations since the movie's debut. From Dark Horse & Markosia comics

  • Kevin Smith's iconic duo have recieved various comic books over the years, either as themselves or as their superheroic counterparts, Bluntman & Chronic.

  • The chilling horror crime mystery story recieved a comic series recently, each issue focusing with the various victims in the movie before meeting their final fates.

  • iconic 80's movie recieved a short-lived comic series in the early 90's.

  • Sergio Leone's iconic western anti-hero has recently made his comics debut.

  • An apparent continuation of the cult-classic post-apocalyptic comedy movie by Liefeld's Awesome Comics.

  • The classic movie serial/radio/tv show hero has enjoyed various runs with various different companies throughout his long history.

  • Adaptations for both TV & the recent Movie.

  • For a short while, before the TV series, Entity comics ran their own short-lived sequel to the original movie.

    But now has a comic series based on the various TV show spin-offs.

  • The vigilante duo from the cult classic films have appeared in some comic book adaptation, most of which seems to expand on aspects of the films.

  • Comic Book prequel to the popular action movie series starring Bruce Willis.

  • The murderous puppets from Full Moon's flagship series recieved a short-lived comic book series.

  • comic book prequel to Roger Corman's cheesy cult classic "Battle Beyond the Stars".

  • Don't exactly know how much the comics are based off the movie adaptation of the Lovecraft story. But most comics base the main characters' appearance on Jeffrey Combs.

  • One of the biggest 80's franchises that still has a huge following, various incarnations. Be it various TV shows, Comics, or Movies.

  • Another huge 80's franchise, has had lengthy runs in TV, comics, and even a few movies.

  • The immensely popular vampire slayer that's had a long-running TV series, video games, and now a comic series. Also a not-so-cannon movie.

  • The 80's TV series about aliens that supposedly came in peace, but were secretly plotting to take over Earth. Has been remade into a new series on TV.

  • A sci-fi TV series that had a decent run in the late 70's/early 80's. Was remade into a hugely popular TV series very recently. Both shows have had their own comic books.

  • Main character of the long-running, and immensely popular Doctor Who series. Has had various comic book adaptations throughout the years.

  • The longest running sitcom. Has had a lengthy run with Bongo comics.

  • The hit series, of the 90's, from Fox. Has had a long-running TV show, two movies, comics, etc.

  • popular crime-solving TV show that's spawned various spin-offs, and has had a few comic adaptations.

  • captain planet. what more do i need to say? O.o

  • A popular 80's show that's had a few comic book adaptations over the years.

  • The iconic 80's hero has had various comic books over the years, most recent ones based on the short-lived re-envisioning from recent years.

  • The popular disney show from the 90's, had a seemingly short-lived comic books series from both Marvel and Slave Labor Graphics

  • The cult favorite TV series from Sci-fi channel. Has garnered various comic adaptations from Boom! studios and Wildstorm.

  • The cult favorite sci-fi series has recieved a comic series from Boom! studios.

  • comic book sequel to the Harryhausen classic "20 Million Miles to Earth".

  • comic book sequel to the Harryhausen classic "Jason & the Argonauts"

  • comic book sequel to the original "Clash of the Titans".

  • A comic sequel to Harryhausen's take on Jules Verne's "Mysterious Island".

  • comic showing a different perspective for Harryhausen's "Earth vs. the Flying Saucers", the perspective of the alien invaders.

  • comic sequel to one of the worst movies of all time, "Plan 9 from Outer Space".

  • Stan Winston's murderous spirit/avatar of vengeance has had a short-lived Dark Horse comic that was sadly cancelled mid-run.

  • Popular vampire character from the Buffy TV series that (apparently) warranted both a spin-off TV show as well as his own comic book.

  • Clive Barker's colony of freaks, monsters and demons that tries to live outside of human society. Fought Pinhead and his cenobites in a cancelled crossover. Not to mention Rawhead Rex.

  • Clive Barker's demonic creature. Had a short-lived comic series as well as a movie.

  • Crashlanded alien that lives with a suburban family who protect him from nosey neighbors as well as pesky government officials. Was really popular at one point, and got both a comic as well as a cartoon series.

  • Intrepid (aka: stubborn) reporter who finds himself caught up in various supernatural incidents as he doggedly pursues the truth. Has a comic book based on his continued exploits from Moonstone Books.

  • short-lived comic series based on Kevin Smith's first movie, about the continued endeavors of all the characters involved.

  • swords and sandals-esque heroine (and warrior princess) who spun-off into her own show after a highly-successful debut on Sam Raimi's Hercules TV show. Has had various comic-book runs.

  • comic book based off the blockbuster movie, that takes place in the middle of the film's story.

  • Popular tv series from the creators of Simpsons that has had a lengthy run with Bongo comics.

  • popular tv series on Fox. Has had a comic series by Devil's Due

  • Another paranormal TV show, about a special division of the FBI that investigates several bizarre events. Has recieved a comic series from Wildstorm

  • comic book based on the post-apocalyptic tv series, acting as the third season.

  • Troma's mascot, the mutated monster superhero has starred in various movies, got his own cartoon series (it was the 90's.. don't ask), and of course various comics, be it Marvel or DDP.

  • Various comic book adventures of counter terrorism agent Jack Bauer as he faces various threats to national (and world) security.

  • Well since Angel has gotten so popular, why not give Spike, a character in the Buffyverse, his own comic series too?

  • There have been three comic book adaptations based on the Underworld franchise, one serving as a prequel to the first movie, the other two based on the movies themselves.

  • There have been various comic books based on the american localization of the anime classic Gatchaman.

  • comic series based on the cult favorite TV show.

  • Comic book based on the popular late-80's/early 90's tv series.

  • comic book prequel to the Stallone-helmed movie.

  • Rob Zombie's psychotic and sadistic "family" of killers has had quite a few appearances in the real of comics.

  • The popular movie franchise has gotten a few comics over the years, some even acting as story sequels.