Marvel Comics (or simply Marvel) is a major American comic book and related media company. The company was founded in 1939 by Martin Goodman, with the actual name of Timely Publications, as it was called then. Since then, Marvel has become an iconic brand recognized all over the world.
Marvel's first superhero team was called the Fantastic Four; they were created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1961. Later on, Stan Lee had more success with Spiderman (Peter Parker), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Hulk (Bruce Banner), X-men (Jean Grey), etc., which were all famous characters around the world at that time. These superheroes have made their way into movies such as Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Age of Ultron or Guardians of the Galaxy etc., which have gained great popularity among fans around the globe including India!
Comic book movies are still popular. They rake in the dough for studios, and they’re a billion-dollar industry. They have proven to be equally loved by children and adults, both male and female, as well as people of all ages. If you want more proof that comic books are here to stay (and you probably do), then look no further than these numbers: Comic book movies have made over $5 billion worldwide since 2010 alone! It's clear that comic books aren't going anywhere anytime soon—but why should they? The stories told through comics can be very compelling and imaginative; they can even inform real-world events when adapted into feature films.
This means there will always be an audience for them—and if things keep going at this rate, we may see another record box office year once again soon enough!