The X-Men and the Avengers can appear in the same magazine but not the same film. Spiderman can only meet Captain America with Sony’s permission. After five decades, the world of special powers is fraught with personal issues
The 12-month rolling rate at which customers left, known as churn, rose to 10.7 per cent in the UK and Ireland at the end of March, compared with 10.1 per cent a year earlier,
If your ticket is drawn, you are called up to answer an incredibly difficult quiz question, and the jackpot is capped at £1,000
In this observant and wry account of Sayle's young adulthood, the jokes creep up on the reader as unexpectedly as the philosophical insights
'It’s like Dracula getting married in a blood bank'
The engagement was announced on the births, deaths and marriages section of the Times newspaper in January.
Can two billionaires unify the Republican party?
The media will take into account the views of their powerful owners. But they will also weigh the instincts of their audience – and that’s where some intriguing dichotomies arise
Australian media baron Rupert Murdoch and former model Jerry Hall announced their engagement in the 'Forthcoming Marriages' section of The Times
Just two individuals - Rupert Murdoch and Lord Rothermere - controlled a staggering 52.2 per cent of online and print national news publications in the UK in 2013
James Murdoch, 43, was Sky’s chief executive from 2003 to 2007 and chairman from 2007 to 2012
Murdoch said that he was 'proud' to return to the top spot
Both were compellingly other-worldly, as if they had arrived from a galaxy far, far away
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall announced their engagement by registering the news in The Times newspaper
The pair reportedly begun their relationship in the summer of 2015
With the Comic Strip's latest fantasy screening this month, its creators tell Gerard Gilbert about their phone-hacking parody and why they set it in the Seventies