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Golden Globe winners Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio hug in Titanic reunion
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Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio had themselves a Titanic reunion at the Beverly Hilton on Sunday night. The 40-year-old actress was among the first to congratulate her former co-star after he scooped the Best Actor in a Drama award for his turn in …

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Batman has gone through a lot of changes over the past 70 years
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Ultimately, superheroes evolved in the Marvel Age into an awkward combination of IP and independent characters in a serialized narrative form. So there's a pull between keeping a Big Two superhero commercially viable because they want to print Bruce …

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Stela's GratNin: KGMR showcases the creative potential of digital comics
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The comics industry is still trying to figure out how to adapt to the digital landscape, and while there have been considerable strides in the last few years, there remains much to explore regarding the creation and distribution of comic books in the …

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Review: Superman: The Coming of the Supermen #3
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Superman: The Coming of the Supermen #3 escaped from the fertile mind of iconic comic book creator Neal Adams this week. As both author and artist, Adams has undertaken to carry the Man of Steel back to his Bronze Age basics. ComiConverse's Action …

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Daredevil, Episode 5: Elektra enters the scene
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In the comics, Roxxon was Marvel's Favorite Bronze Age Corporate Villain (It first appeared in Captain America #180 in 1974). It seems clear that Marvel's PTB are making Roxxon the Big Giant Evil Corporation of the MCU. When the editor at the NY …

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THE HONOR ROLL: April 6, 2016 Releases
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Love Bronze Age comics and the Black Hole movie from Disney. Follow me @ … The Black Panther, King T'Challa, is a man in crisis and in this debut issue he's dealing with the consequences of recent Marvel history and threats from without and within.

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Comic world to return to Ithaca with 41st IthaCon
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The “Bronze Age of Comic Books,” from 1970 to 1985, was a period known for its inclusion of real-world issues in the typically fantastical genre. While this world was seeing a major shift, another change was occurring in Ithaca. 1975 saw the comic …

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Comics Relief: DEADPOOL Gets a New Ongoing Title
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The new DC Previews Catalog has a wraparound cover by Ivan Reis, which shows three different hourglasses — one with the new Rebirth DCU characters, and the others with a Golden Age Justice Society of America and a Bronze Age Justice League team.

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