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    Review: 'Gotham,' Fox's Whiz-Bang Antidote to Superhero Fatigue (TRAILER)

    Fox's stellar new police procedural/comic book mash-up imagines Gotham City as a garish funhouse, sketched in the style of midcentury graphic art.

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    Watch: "Women in Refrigerators" Supercut: Female Characters Killed to Give Male Characters Depth

    "Women in refrigerators" is "shorthand for female characters forced to suffer through rape, torture, and even murder to give their male counterparts convincing motivation and/or emotional depth." A new video is an infuriating reminder of how female characters are (under)utilized and (under)valued on...

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    23 Comic Book Movies Set for Release Between 2015 & 2020. Excited?

    I have to wonder whether audiences will eventually (maybe sooner than later) start to suffer from superhero movie fatigue.

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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe's Baby Steps Toward Diversity

    It all began with a post-credits sequence and an eyepatch.

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    'Guardians of the Galaxy' Review and Round-Up: Another Marvel Monster

    While Marvel offerings are prone to over-fueled first reviews when the junket types get clacking, James Gunn’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” is pulling in early raves.

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    Princess Leia and Orphan Black to Get Their Own Comic Books

    Princess Leia and Orphan Black are coming to newsstands.

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    As Thor Becomes a Woman, Marvel Announces a New Captain American as a Black Man

    So with this news, the next obvious question is whether this comic book transition will also happen on the big screen at some point in the near or distant future.

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