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40 Years Later, ‘Superman’ is the Definitive Comic Book Movie

Ricky D Fernandes
High school pals and cartoonists Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster sold the character of Superman to Detective Comics, Inc. (later DC Comics) in 1938. Ever since the history of the widely considered national cultural icon continues to be awe-inspiring. Superman premiered in Action Comics #1 of the same year, a...
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This Week in Gaming News: I Don’t Care Too Much for Atoms, Atoms Can’t Buy Me Love

Alex Aldridge
People say you shouldn’t bring your personal problems into work with you. Well, I’ve just sat and watched my beloved Tottenham Hotspur lose the North London Derby, so I feel like bringing all the pent-up rage inside me into this article – you know, just to keep it consistent with...
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The 10 Most Important Shazam Moments (Part 2)

Logan Dalton
As we await the upcoming film, these are the best moments in history for Captain Marvel, aka Shazam.
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The 10 Most Important Shazam Moments (Part 1)

Logan Dalton
Shazam, Captain Marvel, The Big Red Cheese - whatever you like to call him, these are the biggest moments of the wholesome superhero's storied existence.
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Top 10 Iconic Wonder Woman Moments (Part 2)

Logan Dalton
Entering the 21st century, Wonder Woman continued to add to her legacy as a pop culture icon beginning with her appearances in the famed Justice League cartoon along with comics by Greg Rucka and Gail Simone, and finally her own solo film in 2017.
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Divided We Stand: ‘Batman v Superman’ One Year Later

Mike Worby
To say that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was a divisive film would be to do a disservice to the word itself. Batman v Superman didn't just divide people, it put them at odds with one another in a manner similar to the titular gladiator bout between its two
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Why ‘Wonder Woman’ Needs to be DC’s Flagship

Geoff Miller
In the wake of most reactions to Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Suicide Squad ranging from terrible to tepid, the fate of the DC Extended Universe now falls upon one person’s shoulders. But who is it that can save this franchise from collapsing under a bevy of misfires?...
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Greatest Russian Superheroes (Top 10)

Logan Dalton
In order of first appearance from most recent to oldest, here are the ten most interesting Russian superheroes that have appeared in comic books as well as live action film and animation.
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Richard Donner’s ‘Superman,’ the definitive comic book superhero origin story

Ricky D Fernandes
Superman Directed by Richard Donner Written by Mario Puzo, David Newman, Leslie Newman and Robert Benton 1978, USA High school pals and cartoonists Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster sold the character of Superman to Detective Comics, Inc. (later DC Comics) in 1938. Ever since the history of the widely considered...
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‘Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe’: Will NetherRealm Reboot the Series?

Michael Waldren
  With the closure of Midway Games well into the past at this point, NetherRealm Studios has taken the reins of the Mortal Kombat franchise, and their renewed efforts with the series have ushered in a new wave of immense success. Mortal Kombat (2011) delivered a reboot that rejuvenated the franchise back into relevance,...