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History of: The Falcon

As he grew into his teen years and young adulthood, he became upset at how much racism his community had to deal with, and the effect that it had on them as a whole. He would soon find he had other problems to deal with as well.

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Superhero Breakdown: The Falcon

He’s intelligent, has a strong sense of ethics, and exemplifies what it means to be a Marvel hero.

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Superhero Breakdown: Deadpool

Fun fact: Deadpool (Wade Wilson) is the only Marvel character who can actually justify their excessive violence.

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History of: Deadpool

It could be said that coincidences upon coincidences plague Deadpool’s origins.

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Superhero Breakdown: Isaiah Bradley

Although Project: Rebirth took 300 African-Americans to use as human guinea pigs, only a handful of them survived. After a few field missions (and other hazards), Isaiah was the only one left alive.

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WandaVision: Episode 2 – Synopsis

Wanda drops the toy when her neighbour Agnes startles her with a curious greeting: “Look, it’s the star of the show!”

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WandaVision: Episode 1 – Synopsis

She offers Vision some food, to which he replies: “Oh, I don’t eat food!” – a fact which Wanda surely knows, but perhaps we can chalk that up to the expository nature of ‘50s TV shows (not to mention comics).

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History of: Isaiah Bradley

Did you know that Sam Wilson (The Falcon) wasn’t the first Black Captain America?

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History of: Half-Life

Work on the game went well, and it was finished on time, ready to go head-to-head with Quake II. But there was a problem: For all the innovation shown in the game, it simply wasn’t memorable – or fun.

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History of: Grand Theft Auto (series)

The Grand Theft Auto series exists for the exact same reason as Minecraft’s Creeper enemy: Because sometimes ‘It’s a feature, not a bug!’ is a valid statement.