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Price and date confirmed for Capcom's brawler compilation.
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"Your anger leaks out in different ways such as sarcasm, withholding affection and support, bitching, and undermining the person you are angry with."
When Mark Ruffalo won his role as the Incredible Hulk for this month's mega-blockbuster Avengers Assemble, he made one fatal mistake: trawling the internet for reactions. Comic-book fans – particularly those obsessed with the Marvel superhero universe – can be an unforgiving bunch. "It was pretty brutal," he laughs. "It definitely hurt my feelings and scared me." How could it not? Insults ranged from "Ruffalo is a tool" to "That guy is barely awake. How is he going to be pissed off as the Hulk?"
The latest poster for superhero movie The Avengers features Iron Man, about to deliver an energy bolt (or something) to some off-camera baddie. Nearby, Captain America and Thor, God of Thunder, stare heroically into the middle distance.
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In a bid to keep up with the times, Marvel Comics is updating the origins of the Fantastic Four.
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Why does Hollywood keep returning to the same old superheroes? There’s a universe of oddities out there, says Matt Thomas
The American actor Ryan Dunn, star of the hit MTV series and film franchise Jackass, was killed in a car crash in the early hours of yesterday morning.