|Saturn Award for Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture|
|Awarded for||Best motion picture of the year adapted from a comic book|
|Presented by||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films|
|Currently held by||Doctor Strange (2017)|
The Saturn Award for Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture is one of the annual awards given by the American professional organization, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. The Saturn Awards, which are the oldest film-specialized awards to reward science fiction, fantasy, and horror achievements (the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, awarded by the World Science Fiction Society who reward science fiction and fantasy in various media, is the oldest award for science fiction and fantasy films), included the category for the first time for the 2013 film year to specifically reward comic book adaptations in film, which were previously rewarded in categories such as Fantasy or Science Fiction.
All four winners so far were produced by Marvel Studios and belonged to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Attack on Titan - Part 1 (2015) is the only nominee to be based on a manga, while The Peanuts Movie (2015) is the only animated film to have received a nomination (it was also eligible for Best Animated Film).
|Iron Man 3|
|Man of Steel|
|Thor: The Dark World|
|Guardians of the Galaxy|
|The Amazing Spider-Man 2|
|Captain America: The Winter Soldier|
|X-Men: Days of Future Past|
|Attack on Titan: Part 1|
|Avengers: Age of Ultron|
|Kingsman: The Secret Service|
|The Peanuts Movie|
|Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice|
|Captain America: Civil War|
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