Comic Book - The Movie (2004)

Comic Book - The Movie (2004)

Comic Book - The Movie





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Mark Hamill directs and stars in the straight-to-video mockumentary Comic Book: The Movie, largely filmed on-location at the 2002 Comic-Con International in San Diego, CA. Comic book fan Donald Swan (Hamill) is hired to make a documentary about his favorite superheroes: Commander Courage and Liberty Ladd. A big Hollywood film company has funded an action blockbuster about the legendary superhero, although with an updated image. Commander Courage becomes an aggressive anti-terrorist played by … More

Rating: PG-13 (language, sexual content, and some drug references)
Genre: Comedy
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On DVD: Jan 27, 2004


as Donald Swann

as Leo Matuzik

as Taylor Donohue

as Liberty Lass / Papay...

as Derek Sprang

as Bruce Easley

as Anita Levine
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All Critics (5)

Say what you will about the various types of fanboys out there, but one thing seems fairly certain: the geeks do know how to laugh at themselves.

Full Review… | May 24, 2004

The movie will probably play better for those with a better appreciation for the world of comics than for those without...

Full Review… | February 1, 2004
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a quickie and low-budget affair

Full Review… | January 25, 2004

Comic Book reminded me of a DVD bonus item that might be included with a disc's main attraction to help sell the feature.

Full Review… | January 24, 2004
Movie Metropolis

Full Review… | February 11, 2004
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Audience Reviews for Comic Book - The Movie


This movie was a very clever concept. Mark Hamill makes a monument to his own nerdom and peoples it with his voice actor buddies. Okay, that makes it sound bad, but it really is very good and funny. Hamill creates a non-existent comic book character through which to examine the culture of comic collection and fandom. Jess Harnell and Kevin Smith are particularly good, and Smith is extra funny if you've seen his Evening With series. Heaps of talent brought this movie into being, and it really shows.

Emily Armstrong

Super Reviewer

Silly and poorly acted. Fun for comic fans I guess and you get to see a little bit of comic con.

Jason Spencer

Super Reviewer


A few parts aside, this really sucked. Hamill was so annoying.

Michael Gildea

Super Reviewer

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