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Edward Norton lacks 'creativity,' won't play Hulk in Avengers movie, says Marvel
As 'Iron Man 2' showtimes fill up, Hollywood hunts next comic book hero
Is Disney cool again?
Iron Man 2: Robert Downey Jr. returns as superhero
POW! Online comic books start to pull fans to the Web
Can the iPad spur a comic book revival?
Wow! Batman comic gets $1.075 million, rewrites record.
Batman knocks out Superman in a new round of "comic book wars"
Superman, Spider-Man respond to a message of hope
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Marvel deal will build on Disney's Pixar model
Can Marvel 's superheroes rescue Disney?
When a graphic novel is just a comic book
Are comic books really at risk?
Where have all the pint-sized collectors gone?
Do comic books lean left?
Review: 'The Incredible Hulk'
Review: 'The Children of Huang Shi'
An iron-clad hero lands with a thud
On film: An iron-clad hero (thud); a charming childhood tale
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