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The Pop Mythologist

The Pop Mythologist
The Pop Mythologist is the founder and editor of PopMythology.com. He has been a staff writer for the nationally distributed magazine KoreAm , the online journal of pop culture criticism Pop Matters and has written freelance for various other publications and websites.

If Superheroes Sued For Their Injuries

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In this latest infographic, check out how much heroes like Wolverine, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and even villains like Two-Face (hey, wrong comic universe!) could be potentially worth if they were to file claims for their numerous and multiple injuries.

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[Infographic] Evolution of the Zombie

Zombies are everywhere these days. From the popularity of 'The Walking Dead' to Brad Pitt's summer blockbuster 'World War Z,' you'd have to be from the Land of the Dead yourself to be unaware of this trend. But just when did zombies become a popular horror trope and when did they become such a big part of our cultural awareness?

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The Wolverine | review

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Freed from the onerous task of having to tell Logan’s convoluted origin story, 'The Wolverine' plumbs the popular anti-hero’s tortured psyche and emerges with introspective gold while also delivering the kind of ballistic, berserker action that fans expect of the character.

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Rivington Was Ours: Lady GaGa, the Lower East Side, and the Prime of Our Lives

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Of all the downtown New York legends, rising artists, and nightlife personas that I have interviewed, few have been as earnest, open, and welcoming as Brendan Jay Sullivan, aka DJ Vh1, the author of a forthcoming book about his friendship and early collaborations with Lady Gaga while she was still …

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