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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Tradition and classics - Marvel at marvel

In 1963, a teen M. Jagger could not go to the music academy to learn how to play R&R music....
over 50 years later... your friend has the chance to go to 

             Who are they?

Superhero switch-ups: 

A history of race and gender switches in comics

Marvel Comics’ new  Thor is proving that women can outsell men by shifting more copies than those featuring the male version of the Norse Go
The popular comic was rebooted for a female edition in October, with the eighth issue currently in the pipeline.
"This is the Thor of the Marvel Universe. But it’s unlike any Thor we’ve ever seen before,” said Jason Aaron, series writer, last summer.

Spider-Man .... by Parker, welcome MoralesIn 2000, Marvel launched their Ultimate Universe as a place to reinvent their characters, make them more contemporary, and take more chances than in the regular Marvel Universe.  
Peter was then replaced by Miles Morales, a half black, half Hispanic kid who was also bitten by a radioactive spider. Miles has been Spider-Man ever since in the Ultimate Universe, and let’s hope the brain trust who make the Spider-Man films decide to use him. 

and the most changeable ever: X-men

1963, the first class 

1975. All new, all different 

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