Comic book industry: the eternal confrontation between DC and Marvel
They made every effort to create their own and completely fantastic world. Both publishers have repeatedly changed their names and approaches to the audience in order to keep their attention.…

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Comics versus graphic novels: what's the difference?
For fans of superheroes, cool detectives and science fiction who grew up in the 30s and 70s in the United States, it was the norm to ask store owners where…

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The term “graphic novel” did a good job. We don’t need him anymore
Hey Glen, did you hear? Last March, March: Book Three by Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, written by Congressman John Lewis, co-authored with Andrew Aidin, is the…

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Pratt VS Evans VS Hamsworth: 3 Best Chris Marvel

This is one of the main debates in pop culture, a debate that will never be resolved: who is the best Chris Marvel? There are three applicants: Chris Evans (Captain America), Chris Hamsworth (Thor) and Chris Pratt (Star Lord). Only Chris Payne is missing, but he was lured to DCEU. And the rest of Chris Hollywood shines in Marvel. Of course, fans drew parallels between the three Chris. The answers to the question of who is still the best were divided. Ryan Reynolds once got into an argument and said that there was no need to choose: “When ordering ice cream, I would like to get three servings.” So, to decide once and for all, here are 3 reasons why each of the three Marvel Chris is the best. 9. Pratt: brought humor to the MCU Now that Thor has become a jovial, he is much more loved. But this would never have happened if it had not been for the success of Pratt’s comedic reincarnation in Guardians of the Galaxy. He smoothly departed from the role of the respectable moron “Parks and Recreation Areas” in order to star in big-budget blockbusters, and the MCU has changed forever. Of course, humor in the MCU was before the Guardians of the Galaxy, but after them the films became almost full-length comedies: Ant-Man, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok – special attention is paid to humor, and this is the merit of Chris Pratt. 8. Hamsworth: he succeeds in “chemistry” with everyone. It is difficult to find an actor in the MCU caste who would not have a terrific “chemistry” with Chris Hamsworth. “Thor: Ragnarok” secured the glory of a guy with strange friends. He made friends with the Hulk, it was amazingly fun, and in “Avengers: Infinity War” he became a member of the Rocket and Groot team. It is not easy to make contact with the CGI character, given that he does not physically exist, but Hamsworth somehow succeeds in this inexplicably. He also plays very well with fatal women such as the Valkyrie. And one cannot fail to mention his merit in a difficult relationship with Loki Tom Hiddleston over the years. 7. Evans: he didn’t have the best solo albums of Thor Soloics, the Star Lord doesn’t have them at all, but Captain America has a whole fantastic solo trilogy. His story from World War II has become one of the most watched films. The second film allowed Cap to enter the modern world, remaining a man out of time, and face his best childhood friend. The third, the Civil War, is often jokingly called the Avengers, version 2.5 because of the large caste. He became the final chord of the journey of Steve Rogers. 6. Pratt: Chris Evans and Chris Hamsworth liked it faster than anyone and took a few Avengers films before they were seen as icons of pop culture. But Pratt from the threshold has established himself as a movie star. He was the fastest favorite MCU cast. It took him three years less than Evans and Hamsworth. In many ways, of course, this is the merit of Pratt’s spell, since he makes his hero humane and attractive. But the Captain describes himself as “s ***** a, but not complete m *** k.” 5. Hamsworth: he owns The Infinity War Despite the gigantic cast of The Infinity War, the star of the Hamsworth movie. If there is a star at all. The main story arch belongs to Thor, because it is he who, due to the actions of Thanos, loses everything, gains new friends, and then triumphantly returns to Earth with a freshly popped Thunderbolt in hand. With such an impressive class A caste, it was not easy to drag a blanket over into Infinity War, but Hamsworth succeeded. Of course, you should not belittle the plot, but basically the secret lies in the acting skills of Hamsworth. 4. Evans: the highest-grossing Chris All three Chris are pushing each other on the list of box-office actors, but Evans bypasses two colleagues. Revenues from films with Hamsworth amount to 3.06 billion dollars, with Pratt – 3.14 billion, and the “gold” goes to Evans with his 3.15 billion. Of course, these figures may change, since all three Chris have a lot of projects ahead of them that can push them to the first place. But today it belongs to Chris Evans. 3. Pratt: He has the best films outside the MCU None of the Chris have any outstanding projects outside the MCU, although Evans has signed up to participate in several upcoming films following Avengers: Final. “The race” with Hamsworth was gorgeous, but “Cyber” and “In the heart of the sea” were a failure. ” “Through the Snow” with Evans is an amazing gem, but in general, his filmography includes nonsense like “Not Childish Cinema” and “Cellular”. Chris Pratt is arguably the only Chris who has managed to establish himself as a completely self-sufficient actor outside the MCU. He starred in blockbusters such as Jurassic Park and the LEGO Movie. Of course, he had misses, such as Passengers, but overall, this Chris has the best films outside the MCU. 2. Hamsworth: he has the most heroic look. All three Chris are suitable for the role of a hero. All three have a classic Hollywood image of a hero from a picture.

The term “graphic novel” did a good job. We don’t need him anymore
Hey Glen, did you hear? Last March, March: Book Three by Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, written by Congressman John Lewis, co-authored with Andrew Aidin, is the…

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