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Frank Miller’s “A Dame to Kill For” tale is completely intact and is worth the price of admission on its own, but the rest of the film is not nearly as great.
An event took place this past week that somehow moved all of the world’s problems to the back burner and brought this particular comic book cover into focus.
Friedman’s “Heroes of the Comics: Portraits of the Legends of Comic Books” sings the praises of many of the previously unknown pioneers of modern pop culture.
The lovely Bereet (or Bird-woman as she is called by Hulk) first appeared in Rampaging Hulk #1, which was a B&W magazine-sized comic meant for mature readers.
It may seem like Groot has just appeared out of the left field of “Knowhere,” but he has actually been around longer than most the other Marvel movie heroes.