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The Big Screen Bulletin 02.01.10: Avatar Still #1
The Big Screen Bulletin 02.01.10: Avatar Still #1 Cap's costume will be make or break and I hope they lean towards the uniform he wore in The Ultimates. Not exactly like it, but in spirit.

Holy bondage, Batman! 'Batman XXX: A Porn Parody' with Nick Manning, Tori ...
Newmar's in the news lately herself: The Smithsonian Museum recently acquired that sexy Catwoman costume, and after decades of fanboys and fangirls telling

Sony's SPIDER-MAN web of deceit - With great power, should have came great ...
When a young adult Peter Parker throws the Spidey costume in the trash can in Stan Lee's famous Spider-Man: No More story in Amazing Spider-Man No.

Syndication Files 01.13.10: Batman: The Animated Series
The adult-oriented animated series made its debut on September 5, 1992 on Fox. Batman: The Animated Series is Miller's comic book version of Batman come to

It's Lesley Gore's party
At the Dakota, 1960s pop star Lesley Gore will celebrate her hits and explore some adult standards. By JON BREAM, Star Tribune Great club with a fun and

Bao Phi
I fought back with sincerity and smiles in my Batman costume, and managed to shake down the neighborhood for a great bit of change, which surprised my

Spider-Man No More?
Spider-Man No More? Early Spider-Man comics, whether the original or the re-vamped ultimate universe, were always more interesting when he wasn't in the costume…and it'd be

Funko DC Primal Age figures review

Articulation With the exception of King Shark, all of the figures Funko sent me feature six points of articulation, with (forgive my toy industry ignorance) post joints at the arms, waist, and neck, and ball joints where the legs connect to the body. Debuted at Target, though, I suspect the target audience might be children, and not collectors. If not, then it’s a question of whether or not enough adult collectors will scoop them up. As for the designs themselves, most of them are neat and fun, and a few of them are actually quite clever. Yes, kids know Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman et al really well, but will they want them in this cave warrior aesthetic. If the target audience is indeed children, I think it might be a tough sell.

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