Following along with all the news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con is always fun but if you're looking jump even deeper into the superhero world, why not take in a movie at home this weekend? Right now, Google Play has discounted a bunch of superhero movies that you can rent or purchase. Everything from live action movies to animated features is available, so there's sure to be something that piques your interest!
Some of the available titles:
- Blade Runner: The Final Cut Special Edition - $2.99 Rent - $9.99 Buy HD
- Scott Pilgrim vs. The World - $2.99 Rent - $9.99 Buy HD
- Justice League vs. Teen Titans - $2.99 Rent - $9.99 Buy HD
- Batman: Bad Blood - $2.99 Rent - $9.99 Buy HD
- Kick-Ass 2 (Extended) - $2.99 Rent - $7.99 Buy HD
- Serenity - $2.99 Rent - $7.99 Buy HD
- Ghost Rider - $2.99 Rent - $7.99 Buy HD
- Ghost Rider Spirit Of Vengeance $2.99 Rent - $8.99 Buy HD
- Planet Hulk - $2.99 Rent - $4.99 Buy HD
- Thor Tales of Asgard - $3.99 Rent - $4.99 Buy HD
- Spider-Man Trilogy - $19.99 Buy HD
- Amazing Spider Man Bundle - $14.99 Buy HD
- Watchmen - Director's Cut - $5.99 Buy HD
- Batman: The Killing Joke - $9.99 Buy HD
Looking at the full list, one could say there are some blockbuster superhero movies that are missing but there are also plenty of gems in there as well. The Watchmen, Planet Hulk, and Serenity are on my list of suggestions.
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