Marvel Superhero Poses
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These poses with weapons cocked, fists readied, or a determined expression can be found in the very earliest action onereelers of the silent film era (66). Such still moments MarVell, in hyperbolic, standardissue superhero poses, exclaims lines such as “No! The light and life have always been my gods! My pride is that of the never vanquished! If I am to die, I shall die fighting!” and “No! I refuse to accept that! As long as.there is life there is hope!” (emphasis in original). The latter delivery is compellingly crafted: as he shouts, Marvel assumes a classic stance, left arm extended as if in flight— against a blank white background which emphasizes the illusory Contains foldout posters of five Marvel heroes, including SpiderMan, the Incredible Hulk, and Wolverine, with their civilian names, histories, powers, and enemies on the back of each.The U.S. Army might torment the Hulk, and the police might harass SpiderMan, but superheroes and authority figures ultimately stood on the same side. Likewise, while often insensitive and wrongheaded, respected authority never appeared corrupt or malicious. Hedging of this sort allowed Marvel's quietly subversive.overtures to slip past the censorship of the comics code to perceptive young readers. Marvel managed to strike an antiestablishment pose without appearing political.its readers in a triangular dialogue that challenged hegemonic ideas of the superhero as a reductive symbol of good, of comic books as disposable entertainment, and of the reader as a child (or childish). Take, for example The sequence poses that most fundamental of questions to the reader—“Who am I?”—and implicitly provides the answer in the act of consumption itself (“I am a Marvel fan, because Marvel comics are so amazing, so incredible, so uncanny.”). 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For one thing, rather than pawning the job of scripting onto his brother or any of the other In addition to the blockbuster outings of classic DC and Marvel superheroes, which are now a regular part of Hollywood's seasonal schedule, less wellknown comic books have also given us Ghost World (2001), The Road to Perdition (2002), However, superhero films still make up the majority of comicbook adaptations, and have become a substantial part of our contemporary film industry. In part However, superhero films can pose particular.problems to the theorist of adaptation.