San Francisco appears in 2083 issues.
Sports played between two teams of nine players.
The act of wearing clothes commonly associated with the opposite gender.
A crossover is when two or more universes collide and characters from two distinct universes interact.
A Detective is a type of character that solves crimes and mysteries using their mind by examining evidence and clues. They can be a member of law enforcement or freelance.
A look at the other side of the street.
Previously a rarity in comics, modern times have since seen an increase in openly gay characters to reflect a more modern and accurate portrayal of society.
A time when the United States government, led by Franklin D. Roosevelt, imprisoned sever hundred Japanese Americans who were seen as the "enemy" during World War II.
The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. Many modern comic book characters have been associated with this grouping.
A love interest is a theme or subsidiary plot character who provides a romantic storyline to the central character.
Marriage is a social union or legal contract between people (usually between a man and a woman, and in other cases same sex couples) that creates kinship.
The crime of deliberately killing a person.
A blanket term that describes hidden or secret knowledge.
Escapist fiction popularized in the first half of the 20th century.
The most intimate act of any animals (including humans) is often present in Comic Books. According to Freud, along with aggression, sex is what drives every action. Humanity, like every other being on the planet has an ever present urge to reproduce.
Sony's Marvel Universe is a shared universe by Sony based on Marvel Comics and is separate from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A science fiction franchise comprised of six television series and thus far twelve movies, as well as novels, comic books, and other media within the expanded universe. Star Trek was originally created by Gene Roddenberry.
In faerie tales, this usually refers to female wielders of magic, often depicted as ugly devourers of children. In real world mass panic, this has historically referred to both male and female wielders of supernatural powers from that religion's notion of ultimate evil. In modern popular culture, the term "witch" has fused with the notion of fairy folk and become the name for a glamorous humanoid species that wields magic as a natural attribute, often found in superhero comics and TV shows.
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