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    Marvel: The Comic Book

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    Marvel, a name known in the comic-book world and throughout the entire world. It is a name recognized by the young and old, men and women, and people of all ethnic groups. Whether in comics, movies, toys, the Internet or any other sort of media, Marvel is known on a global scale. Most of all it is a brand name recognized by many in the United States. But just because it is popular, does it make it appropriate to purchase their products? Just because Marvel is a big name, does it make a name Americans

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    “Disney Bought Marvel!” a headline on the financial page of the Nashua Telegraph screams. Disney, although renowned for bringing wondrous stories to light, won’t do as good a job as some people seem to think. Most people believe that Disney is a blessing for Marvel Comics, but they are sadly mistaken. Since the Fifties, Marvel Comics has built an amazing comic and graphic novel company from the ground up. Unfortunately, Disney has taken what many people have come to know and love and changed it into

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    the Justice League. Marvel and DC have been in constant battle over which company is better, and we all know the obvious answer is Marvel. They have a better style in writing their comics than DC does. They have way better movies than DC does. Marvel also, in my opinion, has way better superheroes too. Although I love DC with all my heart, Marvel is just a better franchise and does a better job of telling the stories of its superheroes. In 1941, Stan Lee, the creator of the Marvel universe, released

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    The Black Widow

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    Beauty is in eye of the beholder: Marvel Comic’s “The Black Widow”, Super-empowered woman or Super-exploited sex object in the movies and comic books. The Black Widow (Natasha Romanova) is a superhero character who first appeared Marvel Comics Tales of Suspens No. 52 (April 1964). She was created by editor and plotter Stan Lee who is responsible for a great number of the heroes we recognize from the Marvel Universe. She was introduced as a Russian spy who sometime later defects to the United

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    The logo of Superman has been plastered all over the media and on merchandise, even becoming an American symbol; Superman comic books have even outsold Captain America issues. But why is this fact so surprising? No one ever talks about the fact that Superman is an immigrant. This essay attempts to answer the question: How do American superhero graphic novels by Marvel and DC Comics display the idea that all immigrants should be Americanized? In order to answer this question, the actual definition of

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    The Korvac Saga

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    significant stories in Marvel history, the group made only infrequent guest appearances over the next

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    Captain America Comics functioning as World War II Propaganda Captain America is a comic book hero became familiar to most starting with the 2011 film, Captain America: The First Avenger, and then the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the character of Captain America was created much earlier, in 1940, before the United States of America entered World War II. The cover the first issue of Captain America Comics has Captain America punching Adolf Hitler right in the face, a clearly pro-interventionist

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    The Avengers is a 2012 super hero film featuring multiple heroes from the Marvel universe. It features a range of stars from previous Marvel films including Iron Man’s Robert Downey Jr. and Thor’s Chris Hemsworth, among many others. When this film was released it was met with wide spread praise, and it is easy to see why. The film offers so much more to the audience than just action sequences and cool costumes, it is actually a well thought out and executed movie. One interesting thing about the

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    marvel

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    Marvel Entertainment's success rests on the strength (and marketability) of its characters. The firm lends its more than 5,000 characters (which include Iron Man, Spider-Man, and X-Men) to publishing, licensing, and film production operations. Through Marvel Worldwide, the company is the #1 comic book publisher with a 40% market share. Marvel earns toy licensing revenues through a deal with Hasbro. Other licensing fees come from character use in consumer products such as clothing and video games

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    Uprise Of The 1940s

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    and the people within the war, but also had an uprising with, day to day activities. The 1940s is a time of highs and lows of American Spirit, from pastimes like the Marvel Comics to the women and codebreakers who helped in the war. The Marvel Comics is established in 1939, but the company does

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