Thanksgiving holiday themes have appeared in Marvel comicbooks LESS than a dozen times over the last 80 years. However, there are a handful of memorable Marvel comicbook stories that feature the holiday, and in honor of Thanksgiving, we’ve compiled some here.
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In Avengers: Infinity War Thor, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot head out on a side mission to obtain a replacement for Goldie Locks’ destroyed hammer. But in a new art book it is revealed that in an early draft of the script the three originally set out to find the already forged and legendary weapon Stormbreaker.
Actor Mark Ruffalo recently returned from Tokyo Comic-Con, where he publicly announced that the future looks bright for more Hulk in the MCU. “Kevin Feige just asked me last week if I had any more ideas or stories for the Hulk,” Ruffalo reported. “And I said yeah, I think there’s still some stories to tell.”
While Marvel hasn’t yet made a significant impact on television in the 21st century outside of the long-running Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., DC Comics has already had decades of successful TV experience. That said, this year’s major crossover event on the CW is unprecedented.
To date, Iron Man 3 is the second highest-grossing standalone movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, landing right behind Black Panther. Even with all the critical and financial success of the Iron Man franchise, Marvel never got around to making an Iron Man 4.
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Comicbook collecting has always been a popular hobby, or dare we say, a business. Well, the investment just paid off for one lucky individual this week with the highest-graded copy of the ultra-rare Marvel Comics #1 that is known to exist selling for $1.26 million.
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