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  1. Things We Saw Today: Our First Look At the Disney Villain’s Kids From Descendants

    I think I saw a Monster High set like this once.

    Welp, that is... pretty much how we expected them to look when we heard the words "Disney villain high school AU" for the first time. Starting left and going clockwise we have Booboo Stewart as Jafar's son Jay, Cameron Boyce as Cruella's son Carlos, Sofia Carlson as The Evil Queen's daughter Evie, and Dove Cameron as Maleficent's "Mal." (via Collider)

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  2. Gwen Stacy Is Spidey In An Issue Of A New Marvel AU Coming This Fall

    Can we get an Emma Stone movie adaptation of this, stat?

    Peter Parker and Miles Morales are great, sure; but wouldn't the world just be a little bit more exciting if Gwen Stacy had been bitten by that radioactive spider first? That's the story the Marvel team is going to explore in an upcoming issue of their new AU "Edge of Spider-Verse."

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Official Lantern Corps Rings

    Things We Saw Today

    New Lantern rings available at Silver Age Jewellery made by Guild Jewelry. Superpowers not included.

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  4. Spider-Man Hits the Suburbs in This Podtoons Episode From Above Average

    See, Spidey! Jersey's not so bad!

    Spider-Man is an iconically New York superhero. Without tall building after tall building to swing from he's sort of limited in how he can get around. So what happens when a battle with The Green Goblin brings him out to the New Jersey suburbs? Find in the latest episode of Podtoons from Above Average.

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  5. Spider-Man’s Web: Explained by Science!

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    Spider-Man’s webs are pretty impressive, capable of supporting Spidey’s weight as he swings through New York, trapping super-villains and even suspending cars above city streets. What are they made of? And how are they made?

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  6. Spider-Man Producer Who Said No to Miles Morales Thinks Diversity In Superhero Movies Is “Inevitable”

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    /Film has Amazing Spider-Man producer Avi Arad talking about the inevitability of more diverse superhero settings in cinema, which is interesting from a guy who recently turned down the idea of a Miles Morales-based Spider-Man movie flat.

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  7. Kirsten Dunst Wears A Star Wars Dress On The Red Carpet While We Debate An Episode VII Title Rumor

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

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    The lovely Kirsten Dunst donned a Rodarte Star Wars gown at the Met Gala in New York last night. One day, we hope to do the same. Read on for another shot which caught a very special Spider-Man Mary Jane moment plus that rumored Star Wars movie title!

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  8. Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Doesn’t Quite Live Up to Its Adjective

    Review

    Another weekend, another comic book movie. This time it's Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 which brings back Andrew Garfield as the friendly neighborhood web-slinging superhero. The Spidey parts of the movie are fantastic, but the rest of it? Well, read my spoiler-free thoughts:

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  9. Sorry Miles Morales, Amazing Spider-Man 2 Producers Say Peter Parker Will Always Be Our Cinematic Spider-Man

    Oh Really?

    Well that's a blow for diversity if ever I heard one.

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  10. The Star Wars Expanded Universe is Dead, Long Live the Star Wars Expanded Universe

    I will make it legal!

    So Disney has decided that they're going to nuke most of the previously established Star Wars canon. I think this is as good a reason as any to finally bury the destructive concept of canon in fictional works. Note that this does not mean that I am against stories in continuity with each other, that's not my position at all. I love continuity, and the story options that it enables. But even as I enjoy continuity, I don't see why we should be judging stories as more or less significant than another on any basis but their merits. And that's all canon does, it arbitrarily privileges some continuities over others. Why should we recognize that kind of a distinction? Why should we give a soulless corporate entity that kind of power over our culture? Because that's what we're really talking about here.

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