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Pulp heroes that are a ready for a comeback

Pulp heroes that are a ready for a comeback Before comic book movies and television shows, before comic books themselves, before the concept of superheroes even existed, there were the pulps.Cheaply printed magazines featuring lurid, sensational stories, oftentimes headlined by amazing, fantastical heroes — the ancestors of modern superheroes.

The most obscure superheroes that need to make a comeback

One of the coolest things about comic books is the incredible library of characters that has been built up over the last century or so.Publishers are always trying to throw new ideas at the wall to see what sticks, and some of the most unlikely heroes have received second chances (Squirrel Girl, anyone?

Famous Character Composites Prove Everybody Looks the Same

Famous Character Composites Prove Everybody Looks the Same So can you say “Sherlock Holmes looks like Benedict Cumberbatch” when he also looks like Christopher Lee and Robert Downey, Jr.Technically these characters can look like whatever you want, and you can choose whichever version you identify with the most.

If you liked 'Lego Batman' you need to check out 'Holy Musical [email protected]!' asap

If you liked 'Lego Batman' you need to check out 'Holy Musical B@man!' asap Hopefully by now you've seen The Lego Batman Movie and reveled in it's delightful musical finale, but what you might not know is that it's been done before — by actual humans.In 2012, internet sensation StarKid (the team behind a viral musical about a certain boy wizard) staged Holy Musical [email protected]!