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‘The Batman’: What does Robert Pattinson bring to the character?

Heading into “The Batman,” you might expect to see a movie about the caped crusader taking on the villainous Riddler. And indeed, that is what is happening. Gotham City’s hero battles with a confusing mastermind in Riddler, seeking to save a city and its citizens in a battle of pure …

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The Best Ryan Reynolds Movies and Where to Watch Them

Canadian actor, Ryan Reynolds is arguably one of the biggest stars on the planet. He had an incredible acting career, which earned him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, has an iconic “couple-goals” relationship with his wife Blake Lively, and is also a businessman; he has stakes in …

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Every Jack Nicholson Death in a Tim Burton Movie

Jack Nicholson appeared in Tim Burton’s Batman and Mars Attacks!, with the filmmaker managing to kill the legendary actor three times. Jack Nicholson only appeared in two Tim Burton films, but still managed to die three times. Jack Nicholson felt like a no-brainer when casting the Joker role in 1989 …

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Endgame is the ‘last’ Avengers movie, says Marvel boss

The Marvel Cinematic Universe may have already seen its final Avengers movie. During the last episode of Marvel Studios: AssembledMarvel boss Kevin Feige has explained that Avengers: Endgame is the “final” Avengers movie. “Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe have now passed their tenth anniversary,” he explained. “And with …

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10 sci-fi movies that will be 10 years old in 2022

Science fiction allows viewers to explore strange new worlds both inside and out, as well as envision the possibilities of the future. 2012 was a banner year for blockbuster cinema and many of the biggest hits of the year came from the science fiction genre. RELATED: 10 TV Shows That …

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All in the Family: ASU Film Professor Brings Progenitor Legend to Screen

January 24, 2022 Peter Murrieta grew up hearing stories about his ancestor Joaquin Murrieta, also known as Robin Hood of the West, from those close to him – about intelligence and resourcefulness Joaquin was, how he buried gold all over California and how he stood up for the less fortunate. …

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Hey comic kids! Owner lists the best graphic novels in the library

Last October, Greenpoint resident Jason Mojica opened a comic book store after successfully selling comic books on a Franklin Street sidewalk with his son. The store, Hey Kids Comics! (157 Huron St.), is small and selective about the titles it offers. Hey comic kids! store in Greenpoint. This selectivity alongside …

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Co-creator Rob Liefeld’s Deadpool Graphic Novel Will Be Serialized As A Comic Book

Deadpool: Bad Blood, a graphic novel by Rob Liefeld, Chris Sims, and Chad Bowers will be re-serialized as comics coming to stores in April. In 2017, dead Poolis co-creator Rob Liefeld teamed up with writers Chris Sims and Chad Bowers to create the character’s first original graphic novel: Deadpool: Bad …

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The 10 Best Comedy Movie Villains of the 2010s

The comedy film genre slowly faded away throughout the 2010s. While star-studded comedies like dirty grandpa and Holmes and Watson were universally panned by critics, audiences began to look for humor elsewhere in comic book actors like dead Pool and guardians of the galaxy. But as long as there are …

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5 Great Recent and Upcoming Comic Book and TV Adaptations

I’ve always been a pop culture fanatic. I remember enthusiastically delving into different comics, books, movies, and TV shows when I was a teenager, and this practice has stuck with me until today. Right now, I find a ton of joy snuggling up with a Harley Quinn comic or Wonder …

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Best 2010s Sci-Fi Movies Ranked

Science fiction films are almost as old as the cinema itself, starting with the George Melies short of 1902 A trip to the moon. There is something fun about imagining yourself in a galaxy far, far away, or on Earth myriads of years into the future. The genre is valued …

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Chris Evans to star Gene Kelly in new John Logan movie

Chris Evans will play Gene Kelly in a new, untitled film written and produced by John Logan. Deadline reports that the film is based on an original concept created by Evans, following a 12-year-old boy who worked on the MGM Lot in 1952 and forming an imaginary friendship with Gene …

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The 10 best novels, ranked according to Goodreads

Marvel is of course famous for adapting their incredible roster of comic book characters to the page, but far fewer fans are choosing the licensed novels. There are wonderful stories to be told in prose and Good reading actually ranked them based on audience score, reviews, and the impact of …

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You Must Watch The Most Unique Superhero Movie On Netflix ASAP

Marvel and dc dominate the superhero genre, which means both brands dominate Hollywood as well. Over the past two decades, Disney and Warner Bros. have harnessed their print libraries to bring some of the most beloved and iconic superheroes to life on the big screen. But not all superhero stories …

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Hugo 2021 nominees and how to watch the ceremony

The annual Hugo Awards are one of the Top Honors in Storytelling for Science Fiction and Fantasy (SFF). Held at the World Science Fiction Convention (WorldCon), the Hugo Awards honor the best SFFs from publishers, writers and artists to publications and studios. The 2021 ceremony begins tonight. WorldCon started in …

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New Batman Trailer Teases Riddler Symbol, Dark Knight Hood, Spotlight Bruce Wayne – Pursue News

Among DC fans, the identity of Batman behind the mask is common knowledge, but the same cannot be said of the people of Gotham City or the DC Universe as a whole. Yet in the next one, The batman film directed by Matt reeves, Riddler played by Paul Dano uncovers …

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A world in the DC multiverse doesn’t need superheroes

The DC multiverse is rich in heroes, but one Earth in particular was better off without a superhero, and a visit from the Justice League proved why. Almost every Earth in the DC Multiverse has overpowered beings, but there’s a world that’s better off without them, and a visit from …

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Shang-Chi’s deleted scene explains a key mystery

Shang-Chi’s deleted scenes include new dialogue that sheds light on some of the film’s mysteries, like the one who sent Shang-Chi his postcard at the start. A deleted scene in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings explains one of the film’s main mysteries regarding the titular hero’s reunion …

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WATCH THE NEWS: BOOM! Studios Reveals New Look at Sabaa Tahir’s AN EMBER IN THE ASHES Graphic Novel

BOOM! Workshops today unveiled a fresh take on A SPARK IN THE FORGE: A BREAK IN THE ASHES ROMAN GRAPHIQUE, an official prequel to the New York Times bestselling novel series from designer Sabaa Tahir, writer Nicole Andelfinger (Power rangers Universe), artist Sonia Liao (The Curie company), colourist Kieran Quigley …

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For many Asian Americans, graphic novels are a way to explore history, to fight racism.

In “The Legend of Aunt Po,” Shing Yin Khor uses watercolors and folklore to bring to life a late 19th-century Sierra Nevada logging camp, where some of the country’s first Chinese immigrants lived and worked. Centered on the 13-year-old daughter of a Chinese cook, Khor’s mid-level graphic novel, this year’s …

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New attraction hopes to bring nostalgia to fans

SAN DIEGO – A dream for Comic-Con fans will soon come true with the opening of a new museum dedicated to comics and popular arts in San Diego. The latest cultural attraction, located in Balboa Park, offers exhibitions, programs and events around the world of Comic-Con. “In addition to the …

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“American Comics” magazine: panels, comics and graphic novels

In 1976, Marvel Comics released “Howard the Duck”, featuring a coarse-billed alien stranded on earth among “talking hairless apes.” Sadly, Steve Gerber’s metafictional and existentialist play was widely dismissed as a “funny animal” comic book by those who equated the comic with a subliterary escape. The medium itself has long …

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10 things that still hold today

Between the theatrical releases of Richard Donner’s revolutionary Superman film in 1978 and the precursor of Bryan Singer X Men film in 2000, Tim Burton brought the Caped Crusader to the big screen in a truly spectacular way. With the years 1989 Batman and its sequel, the years 1992 Batman …

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You need to watch the best Marvel movie on HBO Max ASAP

Some superhero origin stories are easier to update than others. Changing Iron Man’s comic book origins during the Vietnam War to reflect the role he played during the War on Terror, for example, easily modernized the character. Laying the groundwork for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this story only used the …

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HELL trailer preview number 1

While not directly involved in the series, John Carpenter’s style is omnipresent in these spooky comics. John Carpenter’s Science Fiction Tales: HELL released their debut issue last week, and now they’ve revealed a trailer in order to grab their readers and get new fans. The series was inspired by a …

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