Movies based on comic books are a hot commodity in Hollywood these days and they aren't limited to the best of DC and Marvel. Whether or not you were aware, Kingsman: The Secret Service is based on a comic of the same name by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons. The series was released in 2012 and it wasn't long before the movie got the green light. Kingsman: The Secret Service hit theaters in 2015 and was successful enough to warrant a sequel in 2017 titled Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Now that those films have come and gone, fans of Kingsman are looking for movies and television shows to fill the void.
This list is designed to fill that void by suggesting similar movies and television shows like Kingsman fans can enjoy. This list won't be full of comic book or superhero movies, but will instead focus on movies like Kingsman. You'll find a few comic book movies on here like Deadpool, but you won't find the likes of Marvel's The Avengers or Spider-Man on here. Kingsman is all about secret agents, intrigue, and interesting gadgets, so expect to find other great spy movies and TV shows of the sort on this list.
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