Marvel Archive

Breaking Under the Weight of Formula in The Vision

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In the recent Marvel comic, The Vision, Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta explore the tight rope between narrative exploration and the expectations of continuity in a series about a family of superpowered robots trying to live a different kind of story.

Round-Up: Jean Fritz, Everytown Authors Council, and Black Panther

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From the passing of Jean Fritz to a new authors council aimed at preventing gun violence, here’s the latest literary news.

Round-Up: Hate Crimes in Public Libraries, R.L. Stine’s New Comic, and Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize Speech

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From the increase in hate crimes in public libraries to Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech, here are last week’s biggest literary headlines: In recent weeks, public libraries have seen a rise in hate crimes. Reported incidents include the defacement of books about Islam with racist language and imagery, anti-Semitic

Round-Up: The World’s Oldest Library, Iron Man, and a New Random House Imprint

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From the re-opening of the worlds oldest working library to a new Random House imprint, here are this week's biggest literary stories.