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FeaturedMajor SpoilersTen Things

In the years since Superman first donned his cape and tights, literally thousands of superheroes have come and gone.  Naturally, some would end up treading on familiar sartorial territory…  Welcome to Ten Things!

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andy diggleFeaturedMarvelReview

Marvel looks to showcase some of its Wild West characters in the first issue of the Six Guns miniseries, but is setting this book in the modern era doing it any favors?

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DCGail SimoneReviewSecret Six

Batman eats burritos?  That can’t be good… It’s the Bat vs. the Cat, need I say more?  It’s the kick-ass issue you’ve been waiting to read, and here’s your Major Spoilers reaction to the second issue of Secret Six.

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Art AsylumDiamond Select ToysMarvelMiniMatesToys

Diamond Select Toys has announced the next wave of its Marvel Minimates line will be on the way soon, with all new characters, villains, and costumes. Series 23 will contain several two-packs featuring characters taken from the past twenty years of Marvel history. Nova will be paired with Gamora, Cloak will team up with Dagger and the Spymaster will take on War Machine in this all-star lineup. The variant War Machine featuring Jim Rhodes will also be available as a limited chase figure. With the ongoing success of the Amazing Spider-Man, it was only a matter of time before his

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DCJustice League of AmericaReview

Or, “Whatever Happened To That Flash Kid?” How many people think that “Wonder Woman Dipped In Honey” is going to bring us the hits like “Russian Ballerina In Leather Panties” did so long ago?  I’m sure, somewhere, there’s an entire newsgroup dedicated to things like that.  Maybe “”  Either way, several months ago, at the end of the Lightning Saga, Wally West returned from the dead and and to League membership, but then took a spontaneous leave of absence.  If you read ‘Flash,’ you may know where he’s been, but it may be a surprise as to why he has

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Or, “Hell’s Kitchen has more than one cook…” Okay, so I admit that even though the street-level vigilante/hero is just about my favorite genre (right after patriotic based heroes); it has been years since I read Daredevil. Matter of fact, the last time I picked the book up regularly was the days of the “Fall from Grace” back in 1994. As a matter of fact, my reading of Daredevil has always been sort of like an awkward date. You really enjoy the time you spent on the date, but there are other things going on and you get distracted. Then

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