You Should Be Watching “Arrow”
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DC has had renaissance of its own that far exceeds Marvel's, albeit on the small screen. Thanks to the sure hands of Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, they have created the most fully realized adaptations of any comic book characters to date: Batman: The …

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Ask Chris #172: DC, Marvel And 'The Problem'
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For one thing, it's the only DC story written by Bill Mantlo, one of the key writers of Marvel's Bronze Age (and one of the most tragic stories in comics, please help if you can), but then there's the consequences. The big result of the whole thing …

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Star Wars #38 « Comics Bronze Age | Daily Marvel
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Marvel's Star Wars really had some of the best talent of the time. How big are the actual comics for the various ages of comics | Silver Age Comic Books · 09/03/2010 at 9:26 pm. […] Star Wars #38 « Comics Bronze Age […].

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Adequacy of Ultron: Marvel's Latest Event Needs Upgrades Moving …
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Back When the waning Bronze Age was close to ushering in the arrival of this generation's Modern Age of Comics, Marvel had released its first crossover in the form of 1982's Contest of Champions, only to be followed—albeit …

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Bronze Age Babies: The Dark World — It's a Spoiler-Filled Thorsday!
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I think Marvel has had three really good film sequels, all in fact better than the originals IMO — Spider-Man 2, X2, and now Thor: The Dark World. This movie was a blast start to finish. Some of the comic bits got a tad annoying, …

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No More Comic Book Gods | The Patron Saint of Superheroes
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Semantics aside, comic book mythology, despite all those earthbound gods, is a lot more than antiquity in spandex. Age of Bronze cover. Which is one in a long list of reasons to admire Eric Shanower's The Age of Bronze. … He admitted at dinner (Classics let me tag along) that he was a big X-Men […]

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Bronze Age Babies: What's So Golden About… Marvel Comics 1 …
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Bronze Age Babies: What's So Golden About… Marvel Comics 1? This entry was posted by Jeff Lozada on November 9, 2013 at 2:14 am. Marvel Comics #1 (October 1939) — Human Torch story "The Human Torch" Carl Burgos Doug: No, …

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Bronze Age Babies: A Simple Question Concerning Marvel Comics …
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but once you really get down to it.., a Marvel Comics, through the Silver, Bronze and chapters since, where Spiderman never existed perhaps would not be recognizable, nor the very least appeal as deeply to 'the human …

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