Superheroes

20 Jul 19
Writing Prompts

[WP] You’ve got superpowers, and you want to help people, but big-city living is just not for you. So you become one of the few rural superheroes. submitted by /u/rdchat [link] [comments] Submitted July 20, 2019 at 10:50AM by /u/rdchat via reddit https://ift.tt/1Pf8ysU

20 Jul 19
Ashby Reel

Superhero films are hot topic at the moment. You only have to look at the establishment of two extended superhero universes over the last ten years to see that. While there is certainly a more concentrated influx of superhero films at the moment they have already existed in Hollywood for a long time, well before […]

20 Jul 19
de.arquitecturas.imposibles

a r á c n i d o / Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse / Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman / USA / 2018 En una época marcada por la aparición hasta el hartazgo de remakes, reboots, refritos y demás calamidades una entrega mas de la historia del superhéroe emblemático de Marvel Comics se […]

20 Jul 19
Ismailimail

While the rest of Birmingham goes about its business, a team of superheroes at CerFlux is working tirelessly to crush cancer. CerFlux is a medical technology company that’s totally redefining cancer treatment. CerFlux works to “accurately and quickly identify the right cancer treatment for each patient on an individualized basis.” Cancer is personal but treatment […]

20 Jul 19
Press Enterprise
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
Orange County Register
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
Whittier Daily News
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
Daily Breeze
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
Press Telegram
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
Daily News
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures
20 Jul 19
Pasadena Star News
San Diego Comic-Con is big enough to offer both real Tom Cruise — who brings fans the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick” — and a celebrity lookalike Tom Cruise who hangs out at the San Diego bar and restaurant made famous by the first film. Comic-Con International contains multitudes, dude. On day 2, we saw or experienced or wrote about things as varied as Orlando Jones’ monster dance party in the streets of San Diego as well as the monster dancing in the pathways of the main hall to the strains of “Rapper’s Delight.” Our photo squad got pictures of some of the best examples of cosplay and shot images of what it is like to be at Comic-Con. And what about the backpacks, you ask? Our intrepid reporter tracked down all 23 examples of the coveted souvenir swag sack and go the pictures to prove it. Plus, there were things we saw on Day 1 that continued. From the heroic service animals to the work of security assessing what mock weapons can come into the show, things stayed busy. Which, we imagine, the geniuses we listened to yesterday might have known. Also, presidential hopeful Cory Booker told fans waiting to check out the “Star Trek” exhibit at the San Diego Convention center that he was Team Picard. And George Takei get political while talking season two of AMC’s “The Terror.” What more? Read our extensive Comic-Con coverage and check out our photo galleries. READ MORE about SDCC 2019: Photo galleries: Cosplay | Scenes from Comic-Con | Her Universe Fashion Show | Preview night Recaps: Day 1 | 5 memorable moments from opening day |Preview night and the Running of the Nerds Fashion: Her Universe Fashion Show winners | SoCal Her Universe designers | Interview with Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein | The Hero Within clothing line | What cosplay weapons are allowed Inside SDCC: A daily guide to TV and movie panels | The $1.1 million comic book | Mensa members predict the future | The future of college esports Super fans: “Dragon Ball Z” world record | Wayward Cocktails “Supernatural” party Things to do: No badge needed for these activities | Comic-Con museum in Balboa Park | Where to drink and party History: The 12-year-old who co-founded Comic-Con | 50 facts about Comic-Con’s 50 years The big issues: Service animals are superheroes | Cosplay, panels reflect diversity | Security measures