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Marvel Comics

  1. Fans Create the DC/Marvel Crossover Movie We Deserve

    "Great Hera!" "By Odin's beard!" *pause* *louder shouting* "Great! Hera!" *even louder shouting* "By Odin's! Beard!"

    It's been more than ten years since the last time DC and Marvel got it together long enough to make a crossover book, and if you think the negotiations between New Line and Warner Bros. over rights to produce and distribute The Hobbit were bad, scale New Line up to a company the size of Disney, throw in Sony Pictures and Fox Studios, and consider how unlikely it is that we'd get any of them to make a movie bridging the Justice League, Avengers, X-Men, and Spider-Man universes.

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  2. Comics 201: My Comics Can Beat Up Your Comics; Or, The Great Publisher Debate

    Every subculture has its great rivalries. Star Wars vs. Star Trek. Creature effects vs. CGI. Mac vs. PC. That one sports team vs. that other sports team. If you’re tapped into comics culture at all, you know that the great comics rivalry is between Marvel and DC.

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  3. Spider-Woman Gets Costume Redesign and WHOA DANG Is It Nifty

    Where was this six months ago???

    See, now that's how you make a Spider-Woman cover sexy without it feeling completely demeaning. Plus, get a load of that new costume!

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  4. Kamala Khan As The New Spider-Man: Why Captain America 3 Should Feature Ms. Marvel

    Yeah. We went there.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: How A Spider-Woman Cover Should Look

    This is what it looks like when you get a super-rad lady to draw your Spider Woman covers.

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  6. Why Stop At Civil War? Here’s 5 More Marvel Events That Would Make Great Films

    With Marvel Studios announcing that the third Captain America film will be based on the Marvel Comics Civil War storyline and will figure hugely in the studio’s Phase Three plans, it occurred to me that Marvel has so many potential stories to adapt for the big screen. Let’s take a look at some Marvel stories that the company could mine to great success for the box office.

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  7. Why Kamala Khan Is The Most Important Superhero In The World

    Kamala Korps represent!

    When we think of superheroes, we think of strong, foreboding figures who have otherwordly control over themselves and their element in other to fight the good fight. What we don't think of are insecure teenagers from an ethnic minority who are just as obsessed with heroes as we are and who, when given their powers, struggle with the notion that they are now the thing that they hold so dearly.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: This Karate Cat Shirt Is Very Important

    Very.

    Thank you, Zumiez. Thank you.

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  9. Spider-Gwen Writer Jason Latour Talks About The New Series

    Spider-Gwen, Spider-Gwen, is way cooler than spider-men

    The first issue of Marvel's new Spider-Gwen series debuts on February 25th, but writer Jason Latour has some spiderful details for us all if you're curious about our girl's new ongoing series.

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  10. Review: Marvel Comics’ Angela: Asgard’s Assassin #1

    Yes, angels named a baby Angela. Move past it.

    As much as I love legacy heroes, and the gender and race bending opportunities they present, it’s nice to see an original superhero get her own series. Angela, former member of the Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor and Loki’s long lost sister, is headlining her own comic book and, if the first issue is any indication, it may well be the best new series in recent memory.

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