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"They’ll come back. Because we’ll need them to." That’s Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) at the end of The Avengers. speaking about the unifying power of the members of the superhero team, who find ways to assemble when their collective force is needed. Show More Summary
Zack Snyder sent social media ablaze yesterday with his stylish debut of Ben Affleck's Batman from the upcoming Batman vs. Superman. Today, we've decided to take a look back at 30 other movie superheroes and the images that debuted them to the public.
The Chief Operating Officer of Facebook is no longer a billionaire. Sheryl Sandberg, who has headed the world’s largest social media site since 2008, is now only worth $980 million. Oh, how will she get on in life? The reason for Sandberg’s drop off of the billionaire’s list is due to a dip in Facebook’s […]
U.S. Soccer unveiled new away uniforms for the 2014 FIFA World Cup on social media this morning. There’s a superhero look to the new kit that Nike hopes inspires our side to a run at World Cup glory. The U.S will need to play like superheroes this June if they hope to compete with the […]
Fans take to social media to applaud the latest Marvel superhero epic, which, if history serves, should pay off huge at the box office.
Young adult sci-fi, superhero action and a classic fairy-tale villain all have an advantage going into the new year: anticipation from social media users.
Who are the most popular superheroes on social media? When can you see The Amazing Spider-Man 2 on New Year’s Eve? Did Mattel make a Batman Utility Belt? What does Benedict Cumberbatch look like as the Joker? How much is Thor‘s castle? Want to see Catwoman play Batman’s theme on the piano? Read about all […]
Meet Orlando. He may not look like Superman or drive a cool batmobile, but this 11-year-old is every bit a super hero…with four paws a heart of gold to match. One look into his big, brown eyes will melt your heart. But Orlando isn’t just any dog, he’s a dog with a job – a […] The post How Social Media is Saving a Four-Legged Superhero appeared first on Brains on Fire.
Just when you thought all our superheroes were gone, along comes Batkid to save the day. "A 5-year-old Northern California boy who has battled leukemia for years became a darling of social media and attracted thousands of fans at home and around the country — including the president — as he took on the persona of his favorite superhero. Show More Summary
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This is an infographic made by Mashable showing the most popular superheroes and villains as determined by social media mentions. It should come as no surprise that Batman and the Joker got number one, because they're my personal favorites and I'm a man of the people. Show More Summary
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Social media research firm Synthesio took it upon themselves to settle the age-old question: "Who's better? Batman or Superman?" Well, they had a number of heroes and villains in the mix with some interesting results, but we all know where the main event is.
Maybe you can leap tall buildings or stop a locomotive in its tracks, but how fast can you become a trending topic? Comic book fans love to see their favorite super-powered characters face off again and again — that explains the popularity of The Avengers or 2015's yet-untitled Superman/Batman film. Show More Summary
Four kids in Atlanta are living the dream: their dad is a part-time superhero. Blake Wilson, a father of four, is quickly becoming a social media sensation known as “BatDad.” In his Vine videos, Wilson dons a Batman mask and films footage of himself parenting as BatDad. Show More Summary
When I was little I so wanted to be a superhero. I couldn’t wait to get home from school to watch cartoons. I marveled at the mild mannered Clark Kent’s quick change from reporter to Man of Steel and the...
Diane Haithman contributes to Deadline’s TCA coverage. Public Broadcasting made its first trip to Comic-Con earlier this summer with Sherlock and during the PBS portion of TCA, president and CEO Paula Kerger said “we look forward toShow More Summary
A quick scroll through your Instagram timeline will reveal the food your friends are eating, the landscapes they are viewing, and the clothes they are wearing. Eventually, the photos become redundant and boring at best. You will begin to contemplate why you started following your friend who you don’t really like in the first place, [...]