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Jared Leto: People should be "grateful" for Marvel movies

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Jared Leto thinks viewers should be "grateful" for Marvel movies.

The 50-year-old actor recently caused a stir when he claimed the comic book blockbusters are the only thing keeping the cinema doors open.

Despite the debate his comments have sparked, he still stands by what he said and has now insisted that he actually thinks it is a good thing. Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight', Leto said: "I pretty much just bury my head in the sand and say a lot of stupid stuff and then let everyone go and have fun with it. But I'd say it again.

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I mean, are people upset about that? Do they agree with that? What are they, confused about that? If you look at the box office and what people are buying tickets for, I worked in cinema as a kid, okay, and I'm talking about what actually brings in revenue to keep the buildings open and people busy and the ecosystem thriving." He added, "[Marvel movies] are probably the biggest contributors to that, so in a way we should be thankful for that. Especially those of us who are big cinema and theater fans should be thankful that these movies exist in the first place. Because they help support the ecosystem so that other movies that are drama for adults like 'House of Gucci' can be in theaters."

Jared is next to appear in the Marvel movie 'Morbius' and he was excited about the chance to take on "three gigs in one" with the title role.

 

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Neil Gaiman's Miracleman Phase Wins Bound by Marvel

Miracleman, one of the most important characters in the modern trajectory of comics, is celebrating 40 years in 2022 since he was redefined by Alan Moore in the 1980s as a complex and dark champion - and taking advantage of the date, Marvel, current holder of the rights to the hero, is preparing several publications for this year.

The most recent announcement is the bound Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age, which will bring together the first six editions of the hero written by Neil Gaiman, author of the masterpiece Sandman, published in 1992.

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Cover of Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age. (Image: Reproduction/Marvel Comics)

In total, Gaiman and Buckingham's run on the title spanned 24 issues — stopping midway through the "Silver Age," second of three planned arcs by the duo. The recently announced booklet by Marvel encompasses the first saga, “Golden Age”, the only one completed by the authors. The last story would be titled "Dark Ages", but it never got off the ground.

The booklet will be made available both digitally and in paperback with a carton cover in October 2022 from Marvel.

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2022 is the year of the Miracleman
The release of the binding is another of the titles that Marvel has been doing with Miracleman since the character returned in the pages of Timeless #1, with the publisher possibly laying the groundwork for a greater connection between the hero and the main universe of his comics.

Also in 2022, Marvel will publish Miracleman Omnibus, a luxury book that will compile the entire phase of the hero written by Alan Moore in the 1980s — which means that along with the announcement of Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age, the The only period of the character that is not easily accessible is 1954, which encompasses the champion's first appearance, in addition to all the stories scripted by its creator, Mick Anglo.

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New Marvel comics show Venom symbiote being used in an unusual way

Superheroes have increased strength is common in comics, serving as ways to put characters to face more powerful enemies. Robbie Reyes, the Ghost Rider, is one of the most recent examples of this situation at Marvel, as shown in Avengers Forever #3 during a showdown against a villain using a Venom-like symbiote.

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Reyes has recently become an entity known as the All-Rider, a title that allows him to transform any vehicle into a demonic version of himself, unlike other spirits of vengeance who can normally only transform a single one — especially motorcycles.

And Reyes utilizes that power in spectacular fashion in Avengers Forever #3, right after the room in which he was being tortured by a variant of the Red Skull that utilizes a Venom symbiote.

As the villain tortured Reyes, Earth-818's Ant-Man Tony Stark arrives at the scene, and distracts the antagonist long enough for the Spirit of Vengeance to regain its strength.

The Venom car. (Image: Reproduction/Marvel Comics)

With his energies recovered, Reyes begins his assault, revealing to the villain that the symbiote can also be a vehicle, depending on the user, which causes the hero to convert it into a demonic car - and thus escape captivity.

We don't know if in the next editions the Ghost Rider will continue to use the symbiote as a car, but without a doubt this ends up showing a great use of the character's power - and also that, considering the prominence and strength of these aliens in Marvel, currently, it ends up being making something very impressive.

With his energies recovered, Reyes begins his assault, revealing to the villain that the symbiote can also be a vehicle, depending on the user, which causes the hero to convert it into a demonic car - and thus escape captivity.

We don't know if in the next editions the Ghost Rider will continue to use the symbiote as a car, but without a doubt this ends up showing a great use of the character's power - and also that, considering the prominence and strength of these aliens in Marvel, currently, it ends up being making something very impressive.

At the same time, it is common knowledge that the hosts of the symbiotes are obstinate in retrieving the alien - which may indicate a scenario for the next confrontation between the characters, which may occur in the next editions of Avengers Forever.

 

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Comic proves why Deadpool is closer to being a villain than a hero in Marvel

The popularity of Deadpool in recent years has made many see the Marvel character as the main representative of the publisher's humor. But the anti-hero, in fact, is much more violent and unscrupulous than his current popular image actually shows, as narrated in some comic books.
Wade Wilson's true nature is exemplified in the Despicable Deadpool series, when during an arc, to pay off his debt to the villain Stryfe after he saved his daughter, Ellie, from a deadly virus, the Marvel anti-hero is forced to kill four people chosen by the antagonist.

The first target Stryfe chose was Cable, his main enemy. Deadpool makes the request, taking advantage of the villain's failure to specify which version of the mutant hero should be murdered, traveling back in time and killing Scott Summers' son in his old age.

Stryfe then passes the next three targets to Deadpool in Despicable Deadpool #295: Irene Merryweather, a reporter for the Daily Bugle and Cable's friend, Kid Genesis, a young mutant who is a clone of Apocalypse and who Wilson became very close to during the war. Fabulous X-Force magazine, and Marietta Nelson, an innocent woman with no connections to the heroic Marvel universe.

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Deadpool kills the two women, and creates a whole plan to keep Kid Genesis alive, starting with a non-lethal injection that simulates the young man's death - a fact that exemplifies who Wade Wilson is. He is faithful and protects his allies, without a doubt, but in a situation where innocents were killed, he never thought he could use the same method that saved his friend with Irene Merryweather or Marietta Nelson.

This moment serves as one of the main examples of what many writers interpret as Deadpool's moral code: he doesn't protect or save people out of heroism, but for reasons, let's say, "less noble" and more selfish, even if it's out of loyalty to his other colleagues. This was also explored in the Secret Empire saga, when Captain America, then a Hydra soldier, asked Wade to kill S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phil Coulson—a request the mercenary accepted without questioning the Sentinel of Liberty.

In the end, the funny Deadpool ends up falling far short of Marvel's champions in terms of heroism, becoming a shadow of what's expected of heroes in this universe - although that doesn't affect his popularity in the real world, especially considering the opinions from the mercenary movies.

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