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  1. The X-Men and the Avengers can appear in the same magazine but not the same film. Spiderman can only meet Captain America with Sony’s permission. After five decades, the world of special powers is fraught with personal issues
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  2. Any comics fan will tell you: DC has a reputation for rebooting its line often. With its headline-grabbing "New 52" initiative as recent example, the company seems to enjoy starting their stories from the beginning and discarding previously established continuity. Critics point to the company’s massive, universe-shattering crossover epics as prime examples: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Zero Hour, Infinite Crisis, and most recently Flashpoint, which ushered in that controversial New 52 era. This happens so much, many readers now treat the next reboot as inevitable.
    Tags: , by M. Fioretti (2016-08-28)
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  3. Enter Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe (public library) by former Wired digital design director Tim Leong — a charming compendium of visual syntheses dissecting everything from the trifecta of superhero tropes (apparently, underwear worn on the outside is a make-or-break factor)
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2013-08-09)
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  4. Editions will include fan favorites and lesser known characters like Mr. Fantastic, Power Man and Iron Fist
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  5. being Batman is hard on the body. And contrary to the quote above from Detective Comics in 1940, years of rigorous athletic training may actually set Batman up for additional injuries!
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2012-12-08)
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