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How Did Naruto Become the 7th Hokage?
Naruto's ambition to become the Hokage reflected his parentage, as well as his desire for attention and approval from a village that hated him.
Marvel Just Debuted Wakanda's Black Ops Team - and It May Ruin Black Panther
Black Panther revealed T'Challa's secret Black Ops team, which has the potential to change his reputation... and the entire world.
Hulk's New Villain Is His 'Weakest' Enemy - And Marvel's Most Powerful Threat
Bruce Banner's current course of action paints him as more of a threat than the Hulk ever was, showing how the Hulk wasn't the one to be feared.
Why Andrew Garfield Is the Best Live-Action Spider-Man
Though his movies don't get the praise other Spider-Man flicks do, Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker is right out of the Stan Lee/Steve Ditko comics.
The Flash: Armageddon Is Another Example of Good Intentions, Bad Execution
Featuring the return of Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer, the beginning of "Armageddon" has the most hackneyed, inorganic segue into a crossover ever.
Who Are Marvel's Omega-Level Mutants, What Are They, and Why Are They So Strong?
Marvel's Omega-level mutants are the most powerful members of their species, with their power level being at the zenith of whatever their abilities are.
Spider-Gwen's Most Popular and Powerful Versions, Explained
Though Gwen Stacy's fate in the mainstream Marvel Universe ended in heartache, she's had variants in other universe's that lead different lives.
#RestoreTheSnyderVerse Continues to Trend on Social Media - Will It Ever Stop?
Ever since his version of Justice League released, fans of Zack Snyder have requested that Warner Bros. continue with his DCEU plans.
Thor's Worst Marvel Relationship Is too Weird (and Bloody) for the MCU
Bloodaxe seemed to be one of several gritty characters from the '90s, but had a rather tender history with Thor's then-current mortal form.
How Marvel Turned a Forgotten TV Show Superhero from the '90s into a Villain
A supporting superhero on Marvel's Iron Man animated series of the '90s was later brought into the world of comics and reimagined as a villain.
Manga Kenkanryu: The Manga That DARED to Hate K-Pop
Manga Kenkanryu was a 2005 Japanese manga about anti-Korean sentiment in Japan, criticizing South Korea's actions in a book that shook the nation.
No Way Home: Wait, if the Villains Are Dead, What Happened to Sandman?
All of the villains in No Way Home supposedly died in their universe fighting Spider-Man, but Sandman was still alive at the end of Spider-Man 3.
Why the Original Shin Kamen Rider Is So Infamous (But Still Worth Watching)
Shin Kamen Rider: Prologue was a dark deconstruction of the franchise, turning the superhero tale into a mature body horror freakshow.
An Underrated X-Men Series Featured The Best Incarnation of Rogue
Wolverine and the X-Men had a well-developed version of Rogue that combined different versions of her into one conflicted heroine.
Belfast Reunites Kenneth Branagh With Thor
Following a young boy named Buddy, Belfast reunites Kenneth Branagh with Marvel's Thor by way of an old-school comic book.
Naoki Urasawa's Pluto Is an Astro Boy Reboot Done Right
Pluto was a 2000s manga that upended the story of Astro Boy, putting the boy robot in the background and focusing on a grisly murder mystery.