Marvel Cinematic Universe, consisting of over 20 released feature films, 11 television series and scores of animated films and comic books, is the largest film franchise on the planet with over a $15 billion revenue from box office collections, excluding those from the tv series and comics. A cinematic sojourn that began with ‘Iron Man (2008)’ that will continue this year in 2019 with awaited potential blockbusters like ‘Captain Marvel’, ‘Avengers Endgame’ etc., Marvel has given us unforgettable memories.
From a Netflix’s point of view, we have seen some Netflix Originals which are adaptations of Marvel comics, while some others are merely showcased on the platform. Although all of the Marvel’s movies and tv shows haven’t been commercially as successful, we still have witnessed an uptick in the number of movies and tv series releasing every year. So, which Marvel movies and tv shows are on Netflix? Over the past years, Marvel has built a cinematic empire on top of their amazing comic characters. For Marvel’s fans who want to cherish their favourite Marvel superheroes on the smaller screen and binge watch the movies, Netflix might be the place for them. Without any further ado, here’s the list of really good Marvel movies and TV series on Netflix. You can also watch several of these best Marvel movies on Amazon Prime or Hulu.
20. Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight! (2015)
In a strange turn of events, Loki and Ymir are trying to conquer the world by stealing Santa Klaus’s powers. Before doing that, they plan on finding Jolnir, an ice giant who knows Santa’s whereabouts. Meanwhile, the Avengers – Captain America, Captain Marvel and Iron Man witness that the Christmases of millions of children in the world has been ruined after Santa’s capture. Meanwhile, Rocket and Groot are also looking for Santa in order to get a bounty by turning him in so that they could buy another ship. Heroes are set against one another until Santa is free and children can celebrate Christmas again. ‘Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!’ is a holiday-themed flick but don’t expect an intense, gripping narrative or a good animation. Just an average flick for those seeking respite from holiday blues.
19. Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell (2016)
The story is set in New York where in order to help with fighting monsters on a Halloween night, Doctor Strange seeks the help of Hulk. Basically, the teenagers are turning themselves into their worst nightmares. After Hulk turns back into Bruce Banner, Doctor Strange takes him to the Dream Dimension. In order to safeguard their sleeping bodies while they’re dreaming, Doctor Strange summons the Howling Commandoes. Hulk ends up using the Hulkbuster armour during a fight in the dream dimension. While the movie is erratic and messy, getting to see the favourite superheroes back again couldn’t get any better.