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Iron Man 3 beats Avengers Assemble at international box office

Iron Man 3 has beaten Marvel’s Avengers Assemble at the international box office on its opening weekend.

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He's the $10bn man: comic-book writer Stan Lee's superhero creations have created some of the world's biggest box-office takings. Now, for the first time, his creations in their original form are to be sold as fine art.

The 700th and final issue of The Amazing Spider-Man saw Peter Parker locked in a battle to the death with arch-villain Otto Octavius

Oh what a tangled web: Marvel kills off Peter Parker, but Spider-Man fans aren’t buying it

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<p>The 2013 Dodo Pad pretty much ticks all the boxes. Full of doodles, jokes and slightly strange ramblings, this is one for the lighthearted planner.</p>

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The Avengers

Whedon to direct Avengers sequel

Joss Whedon has been hired again as boss of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and their superhero pals for a sequel to The Avengers.

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Batman suit named top superhero outfit

Batman's rubber body suit has been named the greatest superhero outfit.

Comic-Con wraps after four days of pop-art indulgence

This year's 43rd annual Comic-Con festival may be over but die-hard fans of the pop-culture celebration already have their minds on next year's show.

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'Green Mile' actor Michael Clarke Duncan hospitalised

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