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David Betancourt writes about all aspects of comic book culture for The Washington Post's Comic Riffs blog.
Who knew Spider-Man and Captain Marvel were so connected?
We've been waiting for this.
Where does the newly released "Spider-Man: Far From Home" rank in the wall-crawler's cinematic library?
The strong sequel can attribute much of what makes it work to the comics it's so clearly modeled after.
The collaborators are tackling the Man of Steel’s origin story in a new release.
No, “X-Men: The Last Stand” didn't make it to the top five.
Fox's X-Men movie era comes to an end at a time when fans are probably ready for a new beginning with Marvel Studios.
Torn from the pages of Marvel Comics, out-of-shape superheroes, a super-smart Hulk and Mjolnir make the list.
For those of you who don't want to sit in a movie theater for three hours.
"Spider-Man 2" this isn't. But a good time can still be had.