Tag Daredevil

How Much Super TV Is Too Much Super TV?

“Dear Doc Curmudgeon” is a column by Clint McElroy made up of completely fabricated responses to mostly fabricated questions. But you knew that due to your discerning nature and brilliant mind which would never fall for a columnist trying to…

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Gang War

  Despite the fact that Spider-Man has fought supervillains, megalomaniacal despots, and galactic level threats, I have always thought of Spider-Man as more of a street level hero. Maybe it is the origin of the character so connected in the…

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The Madness of Magneto

In March 1970 the axe fell on the original X-Men, and after 66 issues suspended publication. They returned in December of 1970 in reprint form with issue #67 and published bi monthly until issue #94 when the all New X-Men…

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Burlington Toy Show – June 1, 2014

Yesterday I attended the summer edition of the Burlington Toy Show (presented by RPG Events). This edition of the BTS featured a wide variety vendors selling all sorts of toys and collectibles from new to vintage classic toys. Actually... a lot of vintage and classic toys. There seems to be a trend at the local toy show circuit of late 80's/early 90's toys making an appearance. I have been finding more and more C.O.P.S., Dick Tracy and MASK toys. Dick Tracy wasn't as popular as expected in the 90's, but the toys are very stylistic and cool. Plus you can collect the complete series of figures right now at various shows, for as little as $5 each.
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Marvel, Netflix partnership redefines comic book TV/film

It's safe to say without a shred of hesitation that Marvel has always been ahead of the curve in adapting its comic book properties into a film format; DC has never been able to match them quite simply. Where Marvel hit the ground running with Spider-Man and the X-Men well over a decade ago, DC continued to wallow in the apocalyptic aftermath of Batman and Robin. Where Marvel has produced a number of acclaimed films, DC is stuck with a collection of average to sub par to downright deplorably bad films, save for the Nolan trilogy.
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I PREFER MISS TESCHMACHER!!!

DATELINE: NEW YORK – Warner Brothers now has full license to SUPERBOY, thanks to a ruling April 18th by U.S. District Court. The order by Judge Otis Wright III affirmed a contested 2001 agreement between the estate of Superman co-creator…

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Disabled Comic Characters

Superheroes are known for their extra special abilities that make them better than the average human. It gives them the ability to fight crime or foil evil. But, sometimes these superhuman characters are just like everyday people, even those with…

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Web Arted Feb 3rd

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days. Daredevil issue 6 splash by Wally Wood. Source. Cosmic Odyssey by Duncan Fegredo. Source. Machine Man by Kalle Malloy. Source. Avengers ad by Jack Kirby. Source. Rocketeer…

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