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    Dc Comics (2012-2013)

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    on DC COMICS for Business Studies Introduction DC comics incorporated is a leading pioneer and one of the most successful enterprise in the American comic books and many related media industries (comic books‚ movies‚ games and etcetera) . Founded by Malcolm Wheeler Nicholson in 1934‚ it was originally known as ’National Allied Publication’ the initials ’DC’ was taken from the popular series ’Detective Comics’ which subsequently became part of the company’s name. DC comics is the

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    Dc vs Marvel

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    When the words "comic books" are uttered most people think one of two things‚ super heroes or nerds. Since I am a member of the latter‚ I will concentrate on the super heroes. Most often the general public will bunch all comics together as one big happy family of heroes who are all pretty much the same‚ aside from the flashy costumes and catch phrases. Now as fun as it may be to walk into a room and proclaim‚ "My spider sense is tingling." after closely comparing things such as character backgrounds

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    Marvel Vs. DC

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    Marvel Comics vs. DC Comics Which one is better? Comics‚ they are the earliest form of entertainment for kids and adults and they are still entertaining up to today. Though there are many publishers of comic books nowadays‚ Marvel Comics and DC Comics the most known today all over the world. Despite Marvel’s vast number of comicsDC Comics; in my opinion though‚ might be just as good as Marvel Comics. I think Marvel comics is the best for me‚ because when I was growing up‚ I enjoyed the Spider-Man

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    history of comics

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    simplest‚ a comic book is a series of words and pictures that are presented in a sequential manner to form a narrative that may or may not be humorous (McCloud 1993). Originating in the United States in the late 1800s‚ the comic book contains everyday language‚ slang‚ and idiom‚ as well as color and a sophisticated interplay between text and image—all serving a therapeutic‚ explanatory‚ and commercial purpose in American culture. Traditionally occupying the fringes of pop culture‚ the comic book is actually

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    A comic book or comicbook‚[1] also called comic paper or comic magazine (often shortened to simply comic or comics) is a magazine made up of "comics" —narrative artwork in the form of separate panels that represent individual scenes‚ often accompanied by dialog (usually in word balloons‚ emblematic of the comic book art form) as well as including brief descriptive prose. The first comic book appeared in the United States in 1933‚ reprinting the earlier newspaper comic strips‚ which established many

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    Marvel Vs Dc

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    DC and Marvel are two of the biggest comic book and superhero companies. DC stands for detective comics while Marvel means to be astonished or filled with wonder according to Dictionary.com. They both make movies based off of the superheroes that they have created. Although many can argue which one is the best either DC or Marvel they both are similar and yet they are both different. DC and Marvel both make movies based on their superheroes what are the differences in characters? They both make movies

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    Marvel edited the trailer in a more story-like clip for the audience to understand the plot. In comparison‚ DC produced the trailer with detailed character description‚ actor’s name and combat scenes to attract the audience. Moreover‚ DC used more on-scene effects than CGI and more special effects than that of Marvel’s trailer. DC had on-scene effects such as the villain tank crashing the party with an on-set explosion. In contrast‚ Marvel focused more on special effects when the mutants are using

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    Comic

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    History Of Comics The history of comics has followed different paths in different parts of the world. Early narratives in art An example of an early precursor to print comics is Trajan’s Column. Rome’s Trajan’s Column‚ dedicated in 113 AD‚ is an early surviving example of a narrative told through sequential pictures‚ while Egyptian hieroglyphs‚ Greek friezes‚ medieval tapestries such as the Bayeux Tapestry and illustrated manuscripts also combine sequential images and words to tell a story. Versions

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    History Of Comic Books

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    History of the Comic Books Student Institution History of Comic Books A comic book is a narrative presented in a sequence containing words and pictures. They are sophisticated art form that both feeds off and creates cultural formulas and historical constructs. We shall outline the history in a chronological order as below. The Pioneer (1500-1828) Many people may perceive that European broadsheets of sixteen century and satirical magazine of 1780s as the precursors of comic books but true

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    who created these characters? Stan Lee is a great comic book creator who produced many superheroes we know and love today. He created famous characters like the Fantastic Four‚ Spider-man and many more. Stan Lee’s full name is Stanley Martin Lieber and he was born on December 28‚ 1922‚ in New York City. He married to Joan Bootcock in 1947 and had one daughter. Stan Lee started his career when he was hired as an office assistant at Timely Comics in 1939. When he became a writer‚ he shortened his

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