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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Marvel Comics
Fans of Marvel Comics' mighty mutants relive their fight for survival in a new retro, mobile gaming adventure starring Wolverine, Kitty Pride, Colossus, Cyclops and Scarlet Witch.
Marvel Comics' web-slinging wonder is back on the big screens and a third person video game adventure helps shed light on his roots and latest cinematic exploits.
This official game based loosely on the new movie offers tactical-based action for smart phone and tablet owners by allowing a player to control Marvel Comics' legendary hero through over 100 missions.
It was an idea born behind bars. A white-collar crook and a petty copyright thief forged a publishing partnership that for decades delighted kids nationwide with four-color adventures of superheroes, cowboys and soldiers.
Marvel Comics' famed feral mutant stars in a high definition movie package that includes plenty of interactive extras for the Wolverine fan.
The publishers of comic books are obsessed with the politically correct. Diversity and quotas are more important than dispatching evil. Spider-Man has been reimagined as a black Hispanic teenager. The Green Lantern is out of the closet. Early next year, Marvel Comics rolls out a Muslim superheroine.
The comic book world is slowly moving toward female main characters, unveiling a new Ms. Marvel in the form of a teenage girl from Jersey.
Marvel Comics’ famed homicidal, schizophrenic, potty-mouthed, sexist assassin finally gets his own video game in this third person hack and slash game.
It's not a reboot or relaunch.
When DC Comics decided to blow up its fabled universe and create a brave, diverse future, Geoff Johns drew from the past for a new character: his own background as an Arab-American.
Philly's getting a new fan in the pages of Marvel Comics, but whether the City of Brotherly Shove takes to anti-hero Venom remains to be seen.
Now that Christopher Nolan is done with his epic Batman trilogy, the filmmaker has quashed speculation that he might be involved in a "Justice League" movie featuring the Dark Knight.
Wedding bells will ring this summer for Marvel Comics' first openly gay hero, super speedster Northstar, and his longtime boyfriend.
Wedding bells will ring this summer for Marvel Comics' first openly gay hero, superspeedster Northstar, and his longtime boyfriend.
The superhero saga "The Avengers" lived up to its blockbuster buzz with $178.4 million in overseas ticket sales days before it opens in U.S. theaters.
Marvel Comics insists that it won't evangelize for Islam, but the comic book industry promotes eerie lifestyles.