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  • Marvel Unmasks New Spiderman

    Covered in black leather and mounted atop a motorcycle, Anne Hathaway will take on the role of Catwoman in the latest installment to "The Dark Night" series. "The Dark Night Rises" is slated to premiere in summer 2012 with Hathaway as Batman's sidekick.
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  • First Look at 'The Dark Knight Rises'

    Marvel unmasked its new Spiderman and the next web-slinging superhero is a half-African-American, half-Hispanic teenager. In the comic's Ultimate Universe, the original Peter Parker died in June and teen Miles Morales will take over as the crawling, crime-fighter.
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  • First Look at 'The Dark Knight Rises'

    Marvel's new Ultimate Spider-Man series begins with a new No. 1 issue in September. The Ultimate Universe began in 2000 and features more contemporary stories.
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  • Ryan Reynolds is The Green Lantern

    It seems hard to top "The Dark Knight," but "The Dark Knight Rises" is looking pretty promising. Warner Bros. has released the first poster for the next installment in the "Batman" movie franchise. Director Christopher Nolan and star Christian Bale return with the addition of Anne Hathaway, who will play Catwoman. The film is due out next summer.
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  • Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern

    Ryan Reynolds brings the DC comic books hero the Green Lantern to life in the big-screen version which opens June 17, 2011.
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  • Comic Book Heroes

    Marvel Comics' "Iron Man," alias Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark, first started saving the world back in March 1963. Robert Downey Jr. starred in the title role of the 2008 and 2010 films, "Iron Man" and "Iron Man 2."
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  • Comic Book Heroes Go Big Screen

    Ron Perlman starred as the big, lovable red demon in "Hellboy" and "Hellboy II: The Golden Army." Helmed by director Guillermo del Toro, the movies are based on the Hellboy comic book character. (L to R) Ruthless leader Prince Nuada (LUKE GOSS) faces off against Hellboy (RON PERLMAN) in "Hellboy II: The Golden Army".
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  • Comic Book Heroes

    Batman debuted in May 1939 when the comic was first published by DC comics. The film series kicked off in 1989, when Michael Keaton, right, took up the mask and cape and Jack Nicholson starred as The Joker. Val Kilmer, George Clooney and, in the most recent reboot, Christian Bale (left, with late actor Heath Ledger, who won a posthumous Oscar for his role as The Joker) followed in his footsteps.
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  • Comic Book Heroes

    The Hulk was brought to life by Marvel Comics in May 1962. A modern take on the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde tale, the series centers on Dr. Robert Bruce Banner, who after a faulty experiment with gamma rays mutates into a super-strong, super-green creature. Two films about the green superhero came to the big screen, 2003's "Hulk," starring Eric Bana, and the 2008 reboot "The Incredible Hulk" with Edward Norton.
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