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Stan Lee Officiates Spider-Man and MJ Wedding In Awesome 1987 Footage


As Marvel prepares to officially retcon Spider-Man and Mary Jane's wedding into oblivion with Joe Quesada and Paolo Rivera's upcoming "One Moment In Time" storyline, it's important to remember a time when the nuptials of the costumed wallcrawler and his model paramour was all the talk of the morning show circuit...

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Frank Miller Confirms He’s No Longer Doing ‘Holy Terror, Batman!’ [MoCCA]


Frank Miller attended the annual MoCCA Fest in New York City (it's like SPX or Stumptown, but with more Michel Gondry sightings) over the weekend, and spoke on a panel about "the art of superheroes" along with Kyle Baker, Paul Pope, Dean Haspiel, and Jamie Hernandez...

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Marvel Reaches Out to New Demographic With ‘Bro Comics’


After paying tribute to women in comics with the hit miniseries "Girl Comics," Marvel has announced plans to branch out to another underserved demographic with the upcoming "Bro Comics." "Grab your Axe body spray and your best Ed Hardy tee," Marvel EIC Joe Quesada announced via Twitter, "cause Marvel is bro-ing down...

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The Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. ‘Kick-Ass’ Post-Movie Q&A


"Kick-Ass" had a New York City showing this week at a special screening by UGO for journalists, bloggers, industry folk, and a select few fans. Writer Mark Millar and artist John Romita Jr. were on hand for the screening, and took questions from fans and host Jordan Hoffman afterwards...

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Batman Burlesque Dancers Take on Riddler, Harley Quinn and ‘Killing Joke’


Nerd burlesque is all the rage these days, and our friends at Asylum recently attended the Epic Win's Holy Sh*t...Batman! Burlesque show in New York City, and brought back photos of its burlesque interpretations of Batman characters like Two-Face, The Joker, Riddler, and Harley Quinn...

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R.I.P. Andrew Koenig, ‘Growing Pains’ Star and Onetime Joker


Popeater is reporting that Andrew Koenig, best known for playing Richard "Boner" Stabone on "Growing Pains," was found dead in Vancouver at the age of 41. Koenig, the son of Walter Koenig ("Star Trek"'s Chekov), reportedly suffered from depression and had been missing since Februrary 14th...

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‘The New Yorker’ Paints Neil Gaiman Fans In Unflattering Light


The recent profile of Neil Gaiman in "The New Yorker" is a fascinating read. Far more detailed than your average puff piece, writer Dana Goodyear delves into the mega-successful author/screenwriter/comic book scribe's personal life (he recently proposed to musician Amanda Palmer), creative process (the idea for his new short film "Statuesque" came while watching Palmer perform), and his familial ties to Scientology...

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‘Human Target’ Showrunner Jon Steinberg Reveals Christopher Chance’s Connection To Indiana Jones


While not exactly a household name, Christopher Chance, aka the Human Target, has led a busy life outside of comics. Various film adaptations have been developed over the years, though nothing ever came to pass...

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