The New Marvel “Uberframework” Graphs Every Character In The Universe

The business of heroes needs saving from the crushing weight of its own data. The Marvel team thinks they’ve built a solution: a massive database that… Wow. Just wow. The physical representation of the Marvel universe’s characters… is absolutely breathtaking. Visually, it’s just… wow. I know, but hell, is there any other word for it?… Continue reading The New Marvel “Uberframework” Graphs Every Character In The Universe

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10 Ways to Make a New Spider-Man Movie Better

“Much of the excitement that surrounded this week’s announcement of the deal between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures to allow Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe…” The idea is that somehow Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures are going to get together and make the perfect, or the “correct” Spider-Man movie, whereas everyone else has been… Continue reading 10 Ways to Make a New Spider-Man Movie Better

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Infographic: The Evolution of the Superman Logo From 1938 To Now

“Over the past 75 years, the Superman symbol has been rendered in a wide variety of styles…” In almost a century, the Superman logo has been changed over and over… sometimes more than once in a year, other times, more than 40 years were between one change and another, –for example, the huge gap between… Continue reading Infographic: The Evolution of the Superman Logo From 1938 To Now

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10 Key Characters Comic Book Movies… That Were Never in Comic Books

Not all comic book movie characters originated in comic books. Of course, some of them might have been added later, but I doubt it. My favorite in this whole huge list, was Max Schreck. He was played by Christopher Walken in Batman Returns, –and first, because this is Christopher Walken, as this incredibly sexy guy with… Continue reading 10 Key Characters Comic Book Movies… That Were Never in Comic Books

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Comic Books Added to Scribd!

The latest offering in Scribd? Comic books! More than 10,000 were added today! I know this doesn’t initially sound like a big deal, –especially to diehard Kindle lovers like myself, but! the thing is, Scribd has a lot more to offer than Kindle Unlimited, –which is a subscription based service like Scribd. Think of it… Continue reading Comic Books Added to Scribd!

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‘Suicide Squad’ Movie Might Be Very Close to the Original Source

“When it comes to adapting a comic book into a live-action movie, a director can either take liberties or stay very faithful to the original source.”    And that’s the rub: some directors think they know better than the fans, but then again, other directors are out there to make big money, and pander to… Continue reading ‘Suicide Squad’ Movie Might Be Very Close to the Original Source

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