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A scholarly analysis of Marvel’s ‘Civil War’ by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven

With 'Captain America: Civil War' raging in theaters, it is a good time to take a look at the comic that inspired it: Marvel’s 'Civil War' (2006-07) by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven. Like Frank Miller’s 'The Dark Knight Returns' (1986) and Alan Moore’s 'Watchmen' (1986-87), Civil War pits superheroes against one another in a battle to decide the proper role of super-powered crime-fighters in a democracy.

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Marvel Heroes to Deploy on June 4

Marvel Heroes

Pop Mythology is all about using superhero stories and imagery to bring out your inner hero in a symbolic way. Sometimes, though, symbolic just doesn’t seem good enough. Sometimes, we want to literally put on some spandex and go clobber bad guys. Well, thanks to the upcoming game Marvel Heroes, …

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Iron Man: Step Up to the (Metal) Plate

One look at Iron Man in both the comics and the movies and it’s not hard to see why, on the surface, he’s such a popular character: He’s rich, famous, good-looking, surrounded by cutting-edge technology, creatively and intellectually brilliant and armed with the funniest mouth in the Marvel universe next to Spider-Man. In short, he’s everything that women want and everything that men want to be.

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