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  • Wow Will, good post. I somewhat understand this topic, but I do kno that it is very important in the world today. It’s an issue that needs to be resolved, and soon, so thank you for looking into this

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    Marvel Comics has a very interesting history.  Marvel started as Timely Comics in 1939 by Martin Goodman, Jack Kirby, and Joe Simon.  They had two superheros: the Sub-mariner and the Human Torch.  Both were re

    History of Marvel (Gale Research)

    Marvel Comics has a very interesting history.  Marvel started as Timely Comics in 1939 by Martin Goodman, Jack Kirby, and Joe Simon.  They had two superheros: the Sub-mariner and the Human Torch.  Both were relatively successful, and in 1941,...

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    • As you know, I’m quite a marvel fan myself. I would really like to know more about the legal battles between Kirby and Lee and how they played out in the end.

  • This is very interesting. More and more states are legalizing marijuana for medical use, and I think that is a good thing. There is a lot of information out there that you could use. I’m excited to see where you go with this and what you find out.

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    I find it interesting how two of the three players you listed were Yankees players. Maybe you can incorporate into your story the fact that the Yankees are a bunch of cheaters. This is a good idea for a story however, and you can tie in the Steroid Era and how it has affected the game today.

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    How has Marvel become the greatest player in the superhero industry?

    Every young boy had his favorite superhero.  Whether it was Iron Man, Captain America, The Thing, Daredevil,  Ant Man, Wolverine, Spider-man, o

    Marvel, an Industry Superhero

    How has Marvel become the greatest player in the superhero industry? Every young boy had his favorite superhero.  Whether it was Iron Man, Captain America, The Thing, Daredevil,  Ant Man, Wolverine, Spider-man, or the Hulk, everyone had their go-to superhero...

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    • Hey Joe, loved the post. As a semi-big superhero fan I’m really interested in this topic. One question i have is, will you be comparing Marvel and DC or just focusing on marvel. Also, do you prefer marvel over DC or vice versa. I would love to read your paper once you’re finished!

    • You raise a lot of good questions here and bring up some good points. Personally, as far as Marvel goes, my favorite superhero is Iron Man… mainly because of Tony Stark’s billionaire lifestyle. This is going to be a really interesting paper to read about how Marvel gained these successes and became a dominant force in the world of comics and cinema. I am also interested to see if you compare DC’s rise to the stage and how they will effect it.

    • Hello Joseph. I like what you’ve proposed here. I never thought about this. I am also curious as to what makes Marvel so popular. It seems that they are more than just you’re next comic book. Good luck.

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