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The Best Deadpool Moments

Check out some of the funniest, coolest, most moving, and most memorable moments featuring everyone's favorite Merc with the Mouth, Deadpool.

Hunter X Hunter, Yoshihiro Togashi

Hunter x Hunter: Battle at Hogwarts

Maybe you've already heard, but Yoshihiro Togashi's Hunter X Hunter is one of the most fun, ridiculous, and ludicrously violent comics you'll ever read.


Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl

Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's The Wicked And The Divine is about burning out young; Phonogram deals with the consequences of living with your actions.


10 Years On From Civil War

It's been ten years since Marvel asked us "Whose side are you on?" in the pages of Civil War. Take a look back at the past ten years of Marvel Comics events.


Meet The Man Of Blue Steel

Mattel finally unveiled the final member of its Barbie-fied DC Trinity. Superman can partner up with Batman and Wonder Woman for outrageous fashion adventures.

Ranger Station Episode 23: Itsy Bitsy Spider

Ranger Station 23: Itsy Bitsy Spider

With 800 episodes over the course of 22 years, the Power Rangers television show is arguably the single most successful live-action superhero franchise of all time, and certainly one of the strangest. Adapted from Japan's long-running Super Sentai series, created by manga legend Shotaro Ishinomori, the Power Rangers combined the giant robots and monsters of their Japanese counterpart with a completely different set of secret identities and problems, and became a pop cultural phenomenon. That's why we're looking back with an in-depth guide to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, including its source material, Kyuoryu Sentai Zyuranger, in ComicsAlliance's Ranger Station!

This week, one of the Rangers has to face their fears, and... wait, didn't we do this one before?

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The Unsung Hero: A Birthday Tribute To Bill Finger

Bill Finger by Ty Templeton
Bill Finger by Ty Templeton

In 1939, Superman kicked open the doors of a brand new genre, and an entire generation of young creators did their level best to shape the future of superheroes. In that spirit, in an office in New York, a 24-year-old artist brought his creative partner an idea --- a name, really: "Bat-Man." Beyond that, there wasn't much to it. The artist was toying with the idea of a blonde, lantern-jawed hero in a domino mask who could fly, but his partner saw a little more to it.

Instead of the artist's bright red costume, the writer suggested a darker color scheme, something reminiscent of The Shadow, but with a cowl designed to mimic the ears of a bat, and give him a more fearsome appearance; and instead of super-powers, he could be a man who fought crime through his own strength and wits, driven by the tragic murder of his parents to spend his life in an endless war on crime. That writer was Bill Finger, born this day in 1914, and while his name rarely appeared on the comics he created, he remains one of the most influential creators in comic book history.

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Elsa Charretier Joins Conner and Palmiotti to Take Kori Underground in ‘Starfire’ #9 [Exclusive Preview]


This current Starfire series continues to be a ton of fun, especially considering she was perhaps the character who suffered the most damage in the 2011 New 52 reboot. Pulling her back from that disaster and rehabilitating her into someone who longtime fans can actually stand to read a comic about has been a major project, and may be a factor in her getting a solo comic in the first place.

With issue #9, that comic is getting a new artist. The Infinite Loop's Elsa Charretier joins series writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti for four issues, bringing a simple, fun art style that's noticeably reminiscent of Bruce Timm, the visual architect of the classic DC Animated Universe. And she can actually make a giant caterpillar look cute, which is really quite an achievement.

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All the Mutants Show Off Their Powers in the ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Super Bowl Trailer

X Men Apocalypse Super Bowl trailer


Do you like mutants doing mutant-y things? Then you’ll love the X-Men: Apocalypse Super Bowl trailer, which features all kinds of new mutants (no pun intended) doing what they do best.

Because of all the new characters in X-Men: Apocalypse, we don’t get to spend a lot of time with any one character, but this new trailer is happy to bounce around giving us a taste of just about everyone. The...

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It’s Hulk vs. Ant-Man in the Coke Super Bowl Commercial

Ant Man Hulk Coke Super bowl

Earlier this week, Coca-Cola and Marvel teased a team-up during the Super Bowl by sending out mini-cans of Coke branded with different members of the Avengers. Both sides promised not to reveal the contents of the commercial until it aired during the Super Bowl. Now that it’s aired we know that the biggest and littlest Avengers — Hulk and Ant-Man — are doing battle over the last can of Coke.

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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Super Bowl Trailer Reveals Krang


The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Super Bowl trailer had to do something to stand out among some of the other movies with Super Bowl commercials (like Captain America: Civil War, Jason Bourne, The Jungle Book and 10 Cloverfield Lane), so they pulled out all the stops and revealed our first look at the classic Ninja Turtles villain Krang.

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‘Deadpool’ Has Two Post-Credits Scenes, Just Like Most Superhero Movies

20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox

If you’re one of the people who went to see an early promo screening of Deadpool, then you already know that the R-rated superhero outing has one post-credits scene. And if you were disappointed by said scene, then maybe this news will inspire you to run out and see the film again when it hits theaters next weekend (unless you didn’t particularly like it the first time around).

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‘Deadpool’ Review: A Faithful, But Not Particularly Funny, Superhero Movie

20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox

Most comic book movies are meant to appeal to 12-year-olds. Deadpool is the first one feel like it was actually written by one. Gleefully puerile and deeply immature, it has plenty of what the MPAA calls “adult content,” but no actual content for adults; it’s just non-stop dick jokes (and ball jokes), bloody violence, and fourth wall breaks. In other words, it will be the favorite movie of 2016 of every underage boy who sneaks into it next weekend.

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‘Daredevil’ Season 2 Celebrates Chinese New Year With a New Teaser

Daredevil Season 2 Teaser Chinese New Year
Marvel / Netflix

We’ve just over a month until the second season of Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil arrives to Punish us all, and ahead of a full trailer, Matt Murdock has a Chinese New Year surprise. The time has come to settle all debts, courtesy of a brand new teaser for Daredevil Season 2 on Netflix.

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