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Minimalist Posters for Captain America Winter Soldier Movie

 

Ahh! The US flag. Old Glory. The stars and the stripes. Whatever the nomenclature, the red, white, and blue has become an unwavering symbol for liberty, freedom, and smashing stuff with a vibranium shield! Captain America embodies only the best the US of A has to offer. Cap is smart, a born leader, and is in peak physical condition (not to mention that impressive jaw line) thanks to the super-soldier serum. The man liberally doles out justice with a shield, was turned into an ice cube...

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Pop Art Inspired Costume Ideas

 

 Are you a rebellious spirit? Do you want to show “The Man” you’re not going to conform this Halloween? Then try a Pop Art costume! Pop artists like Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol rebelled against tradition by leaving their proverbial marks with dots and bold colors. We will show you many ways to make your own mark this Halloween!

 

ROY LICHTENSTEIN - POP ART DOTS

 

Lichtenstein literally pulled his inspiration right off the pages of comic books....

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Here is a little game we're going to play right now: name some of Iron Man's greatest villains (hint: Jeff Bridges is not a correct answer). Maybe you got lucky and recalled Mandarin; so how about giving a shot at naming some of Thor's greatest foes that aren't his brother Loki? Any come to mind? That’s all well and fine if none did, because there are only two groups of Marvel superheroes that have a decent gallery of rogues: Spider-man and X-men. Now with a new Spider-man movie...

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Wonder Woman is the most well known of all comic book heroines and what is even more well known is her iconic costumes. Created during WWII in 1941 by DC Comics, she was set against the Axis of Evil as her main foes. While the costume may have changed with the times and through comics, TV shows and more, the patriotic stars, red white and blue motif and gold headband are something that has stayed strong with her and her character for more than sixty years. 

 

Wonder Woman Comic
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Her first...

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There came a weekend like no other where an unlikely group of heroes brought together fan boys, non-fans, the young, the old and all those in between to create box office history. Vanquishing the opening weekend box office record held by 2011’s "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" finale, The Avengers grossed a whopping $207.3 million in its U.S. opening weekend alone and as of Thursday, May 10, 2012, passed the $800 million mark globally in a little more than two weeks of...

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by Chris Harder

 

What does a theater-going geek have to look forward to in 2012? A whole heck of a lot! 2012 is going to be a huge year for blockbusting, geek-pleasing films. The only snag is, well… I hope you like 3D. A whopping eight out of these ten films are being “featured” in 3D. Why is this? Well, there are many reasons, including a premium price on 3D tickets, as well as a premium price on the subsequent Blu-Rays that feature that fourth “super”...

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