It wasn't any more popular then the other films, and didn't make a splash in America. It's hard to justify it. It would make more sense to post an image of the Incredibles as one of the most acclaimed and popular of Superhero films that isn't based off a comic book. Andrzejbanas 14:18, 15 December 2008 (UTC) The image just doesn't belong here.
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