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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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I think of Marvel and Disney’s ever-growing cinematic empire almost as a form of cultural stagnation brought on by the commercialization of art.
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I think of Marvel and Disney’s ever-growing cinematic empire almost as a form of cultural stagnation brought on by the commercialization of art.
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Often, I can relate to WILLOW’s contradictory impulses. It is one thing to admit to weakness; it is another to make room for help.
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Often, I can relate to WILLOW’s contradictory impulses. It is one thing to admit to weakness; it is another to make room for help.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is back in full swing, thanks to theaters reopening in time for “Black Widow." Find which MCU character fits your zodiac sign!
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is back in full swing, thanks to theaters reopening in time for “Black Widow." Find which MCU character fits your zodiac sign!
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Here is my tier list of the top eight Avengers you should replace your ex with. Spoiler alert: Who else to choose but Captain America himself?
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Here is my tier list of the top eight Avengers you should replace your ex with. Spoiler alert: Who else to choose but Captain America himself?
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Whether you've watched "Avengers: Endgame" or have heard the word endgame and think people are just talking about finals, we’ve got a quiz for you to take!
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Whether you've watched "Avengers: Endgame" or have heard the word endgame and think people are just talking about finals, we’ve got a quiz for you to take!
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“Either it’s all a joke or none of it is,” Bruce Banner quips about his time travel research, inadvertantly diagnosing the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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“Either it’s all a joke or none of it is,” Bruce Banner quips about his time travel research, inadvertantly diagnosing the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Good luck, fellow Marvelites! Enjoy the marathon, and more importantly "Endgame." We know we'll be stocking up on tissues and popcorn for it.
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Good luck, fellow Marvelites! Enjoy the marathon, and more importantly "Endgame." We know we'll be stocking up on tissues and popcorn for it.
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Within one issue, we’re completely invested in Naomi’s inner life. Her yearning to rise above her small town’s uneventful confines is a well-trodden hero’s journey trope, but the issue is never bogged down by a sense of predictability.
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Within one issue, we’re completely invested in Naomi’s inner life. Her yearning to rise above her small town’s uneventful confines is a well-trodden hero’s journey trope, but the issue is never bogged down by a sense of predictability.
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Lee brought the idea of superheroes with ordinary characteristics into the mainstream, a trope that led to the large-scale popularization of his stories. With that came the widespread consumption of his comics and, eventually, films.
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Lee brought the idea of superheroes with ordinary characteristics into the mainstream, a trope that led to the large-scale popularization of his stories. With that came the widespread consumption of his comics and, eventually, films.
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“Ant-Man and the Wasp” serves as an ideal slice of chill-the-hell-out catharsis after the awesome but exhausting buildup and conclusion to “Infinity War.”
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“Ant-Man and the Wasp” serves as an ideal slice of chill-the-hell-out catharsis after the awesome but exhausting buildup and conclusion to “Infinity War.”
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