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Silver Surfer

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Silver Surfer
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Artwork for the cover of Annihilation: Silver Surfer 4 (July, 2006 Marvel Comics
Art by Gabriele Dell’Otto
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance The Fantastic Four #48 (March 1966)
Created by Jack Kirby
In-story information
Alter ego Norrin Radd
Species Zenn-Lavian
Place of origin Zenn-La
Team affiliations Heralds of Galactus
United Front
The Defenders
The Order
Star Masters
God Squad
Annihilators
Partnerships Fantastic Four
Avengers
Abilities

The Silver Surfer is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character also appears in a number of movies, television, and video game adaptations. The character was created by Jack Kirby and first appeared in the comic book Fantastic Four #48, published in 1966.

The Silver Surfer is a humanoid alien with metallic skin who can travel through space with the aid of his surfboard-like craft. Originally a young astronomer named Norrin Radd on the planet Zenn-La, he saved his homeworld from the planet devourer, Galactus, by serving as his herald. Imbued in return with a tiny portion of Galactus’s Power Cosmic,[5] Radd acquired vast power, a new body and a surfboard-like craft on which he could travel faster than light. Now known as the Silver Surfer, Radd roamed the cosmos searching for planets for Galactus to consume. When his travels took him to Earth, he met the Fantastic Four, who helped him rediscover his nobility of spirit. Betraying Galactus, the Surfer saved Earth but was exiled there as punishment.[6]

In 2011, IGN ranked Silver Surfer 41st in its “Top 100 Comic Heroes” list.[7] He was portrayed by Doug Jones and voiced by Laurence Fishburne in the 2007 film Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.

Silver Surfer (comic book)

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Silver Surfer

Cover of the Silver Surfer #1 (August 1968). Art by John Buscema and Joe Sinnott.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
Format
Genre
Publication date
No. of issues
Main character(s) Silver Surfer
Galactus
Collected editions
Silver Surfer Omnibus ISBN 0-7851-2753-4

Silver Surfer or The Silver Surfer, is the title of several series of comic books published by Marvel Comics featuring the Silver Surfer.

Publication history

The first series, formally titled The Silver Surfer, was published beginning in 1968[1] and was written by Stan Lee with art by John Buscema (#1–17)[2][3] and Jack Kirby (#18). Villains introduced in the series include Mephisto in issue #3 (Dec. 1968).[4] Spider-Man guest-starred in issue #14 (March 1970).[5]

The Silver Surfer : The Ultimate Cosmic Experience by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Joe Sinnott was published in September 1978 as part of the Marvel Fireside Books series and is considered to be one of the first true “graphic novels.”[6]

In 1982 Marvel published a Silver Surfer one-shot by Stan Lee, John Byrne, and Tom Palmer.[7]

The third volume series ran from 1987 to 1999 for 146 regular issues, as well as an issue number “−1”, and nine annuals, making it the longest-running volume of Silver Surfer. This volume is sometimes referred to as the second Silver Surfer
volume, but, according to indicia found inside the comics, the 1982
one-shot was designated “Volume 2” and Marvel therefore designated the
second series, beginning in 1987, as “Volume 3.”[8]

The fourth series was a 1988 two-issue out-of-continuity mini-series from Stan Lee and Moebius through Marvel’s Epic Comics imprint, later collected under the title Silver Surfer: Parable.[9][10]

The fifth series started in 2004 and was written by Dan Chariton and Stacy Weiss, lasting 14 issues.[11]

The sixth series was a five-part miniseries published in 2011, written by Greg Pak with art by Stephen Segovia.[12]

The seventh series, written by Dan Slott and drawn by Mike Allred began in May 2014,[13] lasting 15 issues.[14]

The eighth series, again written by Dan Slott and drawn by Mike Allred, ran from March 2016 to December 2017, lasting 14 issues.

Writers

Volume 1

Stan Lee wrote all 18 issues of The Silver Surfer,
beginning in 1968. He later wrote many of the character’s subsequent
appearances, including the first Silver Surfer graphic novel in 1978
(published by Simon & Schuster).

Punisher

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Punisher
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Variant cover of Original Sin #4 (August 2014).
Art by Gabriele Dell’Otto.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance The Amazing Spider-Man #129 (February 1974)
Created by Gerry Conway
John Romita Sr.
Ross Andru
In-story information
Full name Francis “Frank” Castle[a] (born Castiglione)[1]
Team affiliations
Notable aliases Mr. Smith, Charles Fort, Frank Rook, Johnny Tower, Franken-Castle
Abilities

The Punisher (FrancisFrankCastle, born Castiglione) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Gerry Conway and artists John Romita Sr. and Ross Andru. The Punisher made his first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #129 (cover-dated February 1974).

The character is a Sicilian-American[4][5] vigilante who employs murder, kidnapping, extortion, coercion, threats of violence, and torture in his campaign against crime. Driven by the deaths of his wife and two children, who were killed by the mob for witnessing a killing in New York City‘s Central Park, the Punisher wages a one-man war on crime while employing the use of various weapons and firearms.[6] His family’s killers were the first to be slain.[7] A war veteran and a United States Marine Corps Scout Sniper in Force Recon, Castle is skilled in hand-to-hand combat, guerrilla warfare, and marksmanship.[4][5]

The Punisher’s brutal nature and willingness to kill made him an anomaly in mainstream American comic books
when he debuted in 1974. By the late 1980s, the Punisher was part of a
wave of psychologically-troubled antiheroes. At the height of his
popularity, the character was featured in four monthly publications: The Punisher, The Punisher War Journal, The Punisher: War Zone, and The Punisher Armory.

Despite his violent actions and dark nature, the Punisher has
enjoyed some mainstream success on television, making guest appearances
on series as Spider-Man and The Super Hero Squad Show, where the depiction of his violent behavior was toned down for family viewers. In feature films, Dolph Lundgren portrayed the Punisher in The Punisher, as did Thomas Jane in The Punisher, and Ray Stevenson in Punisher: War Zone. Jon Bernthal portrayed the character in the second season of Daredevil and the spin-off The Punisher, set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Fantastic Four

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Promotional art for Fantastic Four #509 (March 2004)
by Mike Wieringo and Karl Kesel depicting Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, the Thing and the Human Torch.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance The Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
Created by Stan Lee (writer)
Jack Kirby (artist)
In-story information
Base(s)
Member(s)
Roster
See: List of Fantastic Four members

The Fantastic Four are a fictional superhero team appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The group debuted in Fantastic Four #1 (cover dated
Nov. 1961), which helped to usher in a new level of realism in the
medium. The Fantastic Four was the first superhero team created by
artist/co-plotter Jack Kirby and editor/co-plotter Stan Lee, who developed a collaborative approach to creating comics with this title that they would use from then on.

The four individuals traditionally associated with the Fantastic Four, who gained superpowers after exposure to cosmic rays during a scientific mission to outer space, are Mister Fantastic
(Reed Richards), a scientific genius and the leader of the group, who
can stretch his body into incredible lengths and shapes; the Invisible Woman
(Susan “Sue” Storm), who eventually married Reed, who can render
herself invisible and later project powerful invisible force fields; the
Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Sue’s younger brother, who can generate flames, surround himself with them and fly; and the monstrous Thing
(Ben Grimm), their grumpy but benevolent friend, a former college
football star and Reed’s college roommate as well as a good pilot, who
possesses tremendous superhuman strength, durability, and endurance due
to the nature of his stone-like flesh.

Since their original 1961 introduction, the Fantastic Four have
been portrayed as a somewhat dysfunctional, yet loving, family. Breaking
convention with other comic book archetypes of the time, they would
squabble and hold grudges both deep and petty and eschewed anonymity or
secret identities in favor of celebrity status. The team is also well
known for its recurring encounters with characters such as the
villainous monarch Doctor Doom, the planet-devouring Galactus, the Kree Empire‘s ruthless and tyrannical enforcer Ronan the Accuser, Annihilus, ruler of the Negative Zone, the sea-dwelling prince Namor, the spacefaring Silver Surfer, and the Skrull warrior Kl’rt.

The Fantastic Four have been adapted into other media, including four animated series and four live-action films.

Fantastic Four (2015 film)

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Fantastic Four
The Four standing in front of the viewer, with the film's title toward them and release date below them with a destroyed city behind them.

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Josh Trank
Produced by
Screenplay by
Based on
Starring
Music by
Cinematography Matthew Jensen
Edited by
Production
companies
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date
  • August 4, 2015 (New York City)
  • August 7, 2015 (United States)
Running time
100 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $120–155 million[2][3]
Box office $167.9 million[2]

Fantastic Four (stylized as FANT4STIC) is a 2015 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. It is the third and final theatrical Fantastic Four film to be produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox and a reboot of the Fantastic Four film franchise. Directed by Josh Trank, who co-wrote the screenplay with Jeremy Slater and Simon Kinberg, the film stars Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell and Toby Kebbell. In Fantastic Four,
the team must learn to harness their superhuman abilities gained from
an alternate universe to save Earth from a friend turned enemy.

Fantastic Four (2005 film)

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Fantastic Four
The Four; Mr. Fantastic ,The Thing ,The Invisible Woman and The Human Torch are standing with their uniforms on the circled number

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Directed by Tim Story
Produced by
Written by
Based on
Starring
Music by John Ottman
Cinematography Oliver Wood
Edited by William Hoy
Production
company
Distributed by 20th Century Fox[2]
Release date
  • July 8, 2005 (United States and Germany[3])
Running time
106 minutes[4]
Country
Language English
Budget $100 million[3]
Box office $333.5 million[3]

Fantastic Four (sometimes stylized as Fantastic 4) is a 2005 superhero film based on the Marvel Comics team of the same name. It was directed by Tim Story, and released by 20th Century Fox. The film stars Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Michael Chiklis, Julian McMahon and Kerry Washington.

This was the second live-action Fantastic Four film to be filmed. A previous attempt, titled The Fantastic Four, was a B-movie produced by Roger Corman that ultimately went unreleased. Fantastic Four was released in the United States on July 8, 2005. It received mixed reviews but was a commercial success. A sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, was released in 2007. A reboot was released in 2015.

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

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Rise of the Silver Surfer
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Theatrical poster
Directed by Tim Story
Produced by
Screenplay by
Story by
Based on
Starring
Music by John Ottman
Cinematography Larry Blanford
Edited by
Production
company
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date
  • June 15, 2007 (United States)
  • August 14, 2007 (Germany)
Running time
91 minutes
Country
  • United States
  • Germany
Language English
Budget $130 million[1]
Box office $301.9 million

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (titled Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer on the DVD/Blu-ray release) is a 2007 American superhero film, and sequel to the 2005 film Fantastic Four. Both films are based on the Fantastic Four comic book and were directed by Tim Story. The film stars Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, and Michael Chiklis as the title characters, with Julian McMahon, Kerry Washington, Andre Braugher, and Laurence Fishburne in supporting roles. The plot follows the Fantastic Four (and Doctor Doom) as they confront, and later ally with, the Silver Surfer to save Earth from Galactus.

Upon its release on June 15, 2007 in North America,
the film received mixed reviews from critics, though some considered it
an improvement over the first film. While it was the highest-grossing
film during its first week, the film ultimately made less than its
predecessor, resulting in both a planned third film and a spin-off
Silver Surfer film being cancelled. The series was later rebooted in 2015 and released to a worse critical and commercial reception.

Betty Boop
Boop looking over her shoulder

A title card of one of the earliest Betty Boop cartoons
First appearance Dizzy Dishes (1930)
Created by Max Fleischer, with Grim Natwick et al.
Voiced by

Betty Boop is an animated cartoon character created by Max Fleischer, with help from animators including Grim Natwick.[4][5][6] She originally appeared in the Talkartoon and Betty Boop film series, which were produced by Fleischer Studios and released by Paramount Pictures. She has also been featured in comic strips and mass merchandising.

A caricature of a Jazz Age flapper,
Betty Boop was described in a 1934 court case as: “combin[ing] in
appearance the childish with the sophisticated—a large round baby face
with big eyes and a nose like a button, framed in a somewhat careful
coiffure, with a very small body of which perhaps the leading
characteristic is the most self-confident little bust imaginable”.[7] Although she was toned down in the mid-1930s as a result of the Hays Code to appear more demure, Betty Boop became one of the best-known and popular cartoon characters in the world.

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Sex and the City

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 Sex and the City (film) and Sex and the City 2.

Sex and the City
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Genre
Created by Darren Star
Starring
Narrated by Sarah Jessica Parker
Theme music composer
Opening theme “Sex and the City Theme”
Composer(s)
  • Douglas J. Cuomo (1998–99)
  • Bob Christianson (2000–04)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 94 (+ 2 feature films) (list of episodes)
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor
Release
Original network HBO
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release June 6, 1998 –
February 22, 2004
Chronology
Followed by

Sex and the City is an American romantic comedy-drama television series created by Darren Star and produced by HBO.
Broadcast from 1998 until 2004, the original run of the show had a
total of 94 episodes. Throughout its six-year run, the show received
contributions from various producers, writers, and directors,
principally Michael Patrick King.

Set and filmed in New York City and based on Candace Bushnell‘s 1997 book of the same name,
the show follows the lives of a group of four women—three in their
mid-thirties and one in her forties—who, despite their different natures
and ever-changing sex lives, remain inseparable and confide in each
other. Starring Sarah Jessica Parker (as Carrie Bradshaw) and co-starring Kim Cattrall (as Samantha Jones), Kristin Davis (as Charlotte York), and Cynthia Nixon (as Miranda Hobbes), the quirky series had multiple continuing storylines that tackled relevant and modern social issues such as sexuality, safe sex, promiscuity, and femininity,
while exploring the difference between friendships and romantic
relationships. The deliberate omission of the better part of the early
lives of the four women was the writers’ way of exploring social
life—from sex to relationships—through each of their four very
different, individual perspectives.

Sex and the City has received both acclaim and criticism
for its subjects and characters, and is credited with helping to
increase HBO’s popularity as a network.[1] The series has won several accolades, including seven of its 54 Emmy Award nominations, eight of its 24 Golden Globe Award nominations, and three of its 11 Screen Actors Guild Award nominations. The series placed fifth on Entertainment Weekly‘s “New TV Classics” list,[2] and has been listed as one of the best television series of all time by Time in 2007 and TV Guide in 2013.[3][4]

The series still airs in syndication worldwide. It spawned two feature films, Sex and the City (2008) and Sex and the City 2 (2010), and a prequel television series commissioned by The CW, The Carrie Diaries (2013–2014).

People’s Choice Awards
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People’s Choice Awards
43rd People’s Choice Awards
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Country     United States
First awarded     March 3, 1975
Official website     peopleschoice.com
Television/radio coverage
Network     CBS

The People’s Choice Awards is an American awards show, recognizing the people and the work of popular culture, voted on by the general public.[1] The show has been held annually since 1975.[2][3] The People’s Choice Awards is broadcast on CBS and is produced by Procter & Gamble and Mark Burnett. In Canada, it is shown on Global. On April 6, 2017, E! announced they would begin airing the show in 2018; they also announced they would begin overseeing the awards’ digital, social and voting platforms.[4]

The award show’s creator was Bob Stivers, who produced the first show in 1975.[5][6] The first awards recognized The Sting as Favorite Picture of 1974, Barbra Streisand as the year’s Favorite Film Actress, and John Wayne as its Favorite Film Actor.[7] Ratings for the annual event peaked in 1977, when the third People’s Choice Awards attracted 35.3 million viewers who witnessed Farrah Fawcett win the award for Favorite Female TV Star, Star Wars win as the Favorite Picture, and Streisand and Wayne win again in the Film Actress and Actor categories.
Ceremonies
#     Date     Host         #     Date     Host         #     Date     Host
1st     March 3, 1975     Army Archerd
Richard Crenna     21st     March 5, 1995     Tim Daly
Annie Potts     41st     January 7, 2015     Anna Faris
Allison Janney
2nd     February 19, 1976     Jack Albertson     22nd     March 10, 1996     Brett Butler     42nd     January 6, 2016     Jane Lynch
3rd     February 10, 1977     Dick Van Dyke     23rd     January 12, 1997     Don Johnson
Roma Downey     43rd     January 18, 2017     Joel McHale
4th     February 20, 1978         24th     January 11, 1998     Reba McEntire
Ray Romano    
5th     March 7, 1979     Army Archerd
Dick Van Dyke     25th     January 13, 1999     Ray Romano
6th     January 24, 1980     Mariette Hartley
Bert Parks     26th     January 9, 2000     Don Johnson
Cheech Marin
7th     March 8, 1981     Army Archerd
Lee Remick     27th     January 7, 2001     Kevin James
8th     March 18, 1982     Army Archerd
John Forsythe     28th     January 13, 2002
9th     March 17, 1983     Dick Van Dyke     29th     January 12, 2003     Tony Danza
10th     March 15, 1984     Andy Williams     30th     January 11, 2004     Charlie Sheen
Jon Cryer
11th     March 12, 1985     John Forsythe     31st     January 9, 2005     Jason Alexander
Malcolm Jamal Warner
12th     March 13, 1986     John Denver     32nd     January 10, 2006     Craig Ferguson
13th     March 14, 1987     Dick Van Dyke     33rd     January 9, 2007     Queen Latifah
14th     March 13, 1988     Carl Reiner     34th     January 8, 2008
15th     August 23, 1989     Michael Landon
Michele Lee     35th     January 7, 2009
16th     March 11, 1990     Valerie Harper
Fred Savage
Army Archerd
Barbara Mandrell     36th     January 6, 2010
17th     March 11, 1991     Burt Reynolds     37th     January 5, 2011
18th     March 17, 1992     Kenny Rogers     38th     January 11, 2012     Kaley Cuoco
19th     March 17, 1993     John Ritter
Jane Seymour     39th     January 9, 2013
20th     March 8, 1994     Paul Reiser     40th     January 8, 2014     Beth Behrs
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