Deadpool (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with The Dead Pool. Deadpool is a 2016 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Distributed by 20th Century Fox, it is a spin-off in the X-Men film series and the eighth installment overall.
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1. Avengers (comics), a team of superheroes 1.1. Avengers (Marvel Cinematic Universe), a central team of protagonist superheroes of "The Infinity Saga" 1.2. Avengers (comics) in other media 2. The Avengers (comic book), several titles 3. The Avengers: United They Stand, also known as The Avengers, a 1999 animated TV series 4. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, a 2010 animated TV series 5. The Avengers (2012 film), or Marvel's The Avengers 5.1. The Avengers(soundtrack) 6. Avengers: Age of...
1. Avenger (comics), a fictional character in Magazine Enterprises comic book The Avenger 2. Avenger (pulp-magazine character), in The Avenger1939–1942 3. Avenger, in visual novel video game Fate/hollow ataraxia 4. Avenger, in 1960s TV series Birdman and the Galaxy Trio and 2000s parody Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law 5. Avenger, in AC Comics' Sentinels of Justice 6. Avenger, in Way of the Tigerseries of gamebooks, and the title of the first book
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1. The Avenger (1931 film), an American Western 2. The Avenger (1933 film), an American drama film 3. The Avenger (1937 film), an Australian film 4. The Avengers (1942 film), American title of The Day Will Dawn 5. The Avengers (1950 film), an American swashbuckler film 6. The Avenger (1960 film), or Der Rächer, a West German film 7. The Avenger (1962 film), or La leggenda di Enea, a 1962 Italian film 8. The Avengers (TV programme), a British TV series 1961–1969 9. The Avengers (1998 film), an...
1. Avro Avenger, a British 1920s biplane fighter 2. General Atomics Avenger, an American developmental unmanned combat air vehicle 3. Grumman TBF Avenger, a World War II American torpedo bomber 4. McDonnell Douglas A-12 Avenger II, a proposed American attack aircraft
1. Avenger-class escort carrier, a class of British and American World War II ships 2. Avenger-class mine countermeasures ship, of the U.S. Navy 3. HMS Avenger, the name of several Royal Navy ships 4. USS Avenger, the name of several U.S. Navy ships
1. Avenger (tank), a development of the Cruiser Mk VIII Challenger
1. Airborne Avenger, an American ultralight aircraft 2. Fisher Avenger, a Canadian ultralight aircraft
1. Avenger (truck), an American monster truck 2. Argo Avenger, a Canadian all terrain vehicle 3. Bajaj Avenger, an Indian mororcycle 4. Dodge Avenger, an American car 5. Fiberfab Avenger GT, an American kit car 6. Hillman Avenger, later Chrysler Avenger and Talbot Avenger, a car
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2is a 2017 American superhero filmbased on the Marvel Comicssuperhero team Guardians of the Galaxy, produced by Marvel Studiosand distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy(2014) and the 15th filmin the Marvel Cinematic Universe(MCU).
Created for Netflixby Steve Blackmanand developed by Jeremy Slater, it revolves around a dysfunctional family of adopted sibling superheroes who reunite to solve the mystery of their father's death and the threat of an imminent apocalypse. The series is produced by Borderline Entertainment, Dark Horse Entertainment, and Universal Cable Productions.
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The storyline was set on Earth in the 22nd century following the Metal Wars, a cybernetic revolt that resulted in the subjugation of the human race by intelligent machines. Captain Jonathan Power and a small group of guerrillafighters, called the "Soldiers of the Future", oppose the machine forces that dominate Earth.
Each episode began with the following introduction, plus a recap of the storyline: "Power on." Actor Timothy Dunigan, outfitted in his character's full regalia (one of the "Power Suits" of exoskeletal armor that Robert Short Productions created for the show), turned to the camera and delivered this line. Voiceover artist Brad Crandall: By the year ...
Captain Power attempted to appeal to both children and adult audiences, with its dark, post-apocalyptic storyline showing the aftermath of nuclear war and featured allegories on topics such as Nazism. Ultimately, this became the show's undoing. It was seen as too violent for children because of its toys for shooting at the television and live-actio...
A line of toys and interactive television games were released by Mattel, whose distributor MTS Entertainment is a subsidiary of it.Some ships and playsets, when firing at the screen, could interact with various segments of the Saturday morning TV program. The first interactive toy and game for the series was a toy XT-7 jet with a video cassette. Th...
Scripts for a second season were commissioned and written, but the season was never produced. Twenty-two scripts were assigned, but that number was later reduced to 18.
The show also spurred a short-lived comic book of the same name, published by Continuity Comics in 1988–1989, illustrated by Neal Adams with stories by J. Michael Straczynski, who was also the series story editor, writing half the episodes and providing stories or outlines for many more.
The official Captain Power page on Facebookannounced on September 9, 2011, that the complete series would be released on DVD. On December 6, 2011, the complete series was released on a 4-disc DVD set in region 1.The set contains all 22 episodes plus much bonus material including interviews and commentaries with cast members.
On September 28, 2012, Ain't It Cool News announced that series creator Gary Goddard was in the process of reviving the series. The new series project, titled Phoenix Rising, uses the original rising phoenix symbol of the Captain Power franchise, though the motif has been slightly altered. The series would be a one-hour weekly drama, looking at bot...
There is a video game for Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future, published by Box Office Software in 1987 for the PC, and 1988 for Commodore 64.
Warner Bros. Pictures (Worldwide) Toho (Japan) Release date March 24, 2021 (2021-03-24) (International) March 31, 2021 (2021-03-31) (United States) Running time 113 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $155–200 million[a] Box office $467.8 million Godzilla vs. Kongis a 2021 American monster filmdirected by Adam Wingard.
Online Library Kindergarten Superhero Theme FREE Superhero Worksheets - 123 Homeschool 4 Me Superhero Preschool Art. Capes A simple and safer superhero cape can be made from an old t-shirt. Cut off the front and sleeves leaving only the neck hole and the back of the shirt. This will allow the child to put the cape on over their head rather than ...