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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is an overstuffed, disjointed escapist playground

    ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is an overstuffed, disjointed escapist playground

This review contains a paragraph with minor spoilers. “Barbara, what did you do?” “Wonder Woman 1984” is the problem child of the DC Extended Universe. It seems to like to

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UNT alumnus uses illustrations to break down monsters in children’s books

    UNT alumnus uses illustrations to break down monsters in children’s books

Growing up fascinated by monsters and with an urge to draw, UNT alumnus Bryan Kelly has evolved into a professional illustrator and a self-published comic book author. Originally from New

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‘Harleen’ is a classic and deeply upsetting tragedy

    ‘Harleen’ is a classic and deeply upsetting tragedy

*Content warning for discussions of emotional abuse and extreme violence* “There was a broken man in the abyss . . . I reached down to help him . . .

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“Birds of Prey” spreads its wings and soars

    “Birds of Prey” spreads its wings and soars

“Do you know what a harlequin is? A harlequin’s role is to serve. It’s nothing without a master.” The DC Extended Universe, or DCEU for short, has been an incredibly

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UNT comic book collection highlighted in summer exhibition

    UNT comic book collection highlighted in summer exhibition

Willis Library is home to several thousand comic books, graphic novels and other illustrated materials, and this summer the highlights

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Spidey swings into the Square

    Spidey swings into the Square

Matt Brown | Staff Photographer @MattBrownNews Spider-Man Day is this Saturday, and More Fun Comics and Games is bringing Denton

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Comic books expand to new mediums

    Comic books expand to new mediums

Nicholas Friedman / Senior Staff Writer Beginning with 2008’s “Iron Man,” comic book movies and television underwent a transformation, leaving

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Comic book scholars teach research and philosophy at annual conference

    Comic book scholars teach research and philosophy at annual conference

Steven James // Staff Writer early 100 comic book and graphic novel lovers, including scholars, researchers, professors, students and children,

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