Marvel and DC are the undisputed champions of superhero comics but fans may not know that they are constantly borrowing ideas from one another.
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Chris Hemsworth welcomes Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool to the Disney and Marvel family with a drawing of Thor and Deadpool's superhero "love child."
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Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige calls the movies from the first three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe The Infinity Saga.
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