Frankly Mr Stan Lee! If you know anyone with even a passing interest in The Smiths and comic books, point them in the direction of Adam Villacin's "These Charming X-Men" portraits. It's a crossover event fit for its own Marvel comic run, fittingly combining the elegiac X-Men with titles of songs by The Smiths (the mopiest, and most excellent, of all jangly indie bands).
Wearing a fitness monitor will not make you fit. Nor, for that matter, will wanting to get fit make you fit. No, getting fit will make you fit, and you don't necessarily need a fitness tracker or an iWatch or any other wearable to do that. Just sayin'.
For every good comic-book adaptation, ten embarrassingly bad ones are created as well, leaving comic-book fans with a plethora of B-movie-mediocrity to trawl through. Here's a look at some good, great, and terrible adaptations from over the years.