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10 Most Rewatchable Alfred Hitchcock Movies

From classic capers like North by Northwest to tense thrillers like Psycho and Rear Window, some Hitchcock movies hold up to countless rewatches.

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Astro City Asks, What if The Fantastic Four Raised The Teen Titans?

What if the Fantastic Four's kids grew up and became the Teen Titans? The answer is Astro City's First Family, the multi-generational heroes.

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Neil Gaiman's Sandman Will Upend Human History For His Own Selfish Ends

One issue of Neil Gaiman's Sandman series shows Morpheus enlisting Johanna Constantine to get involved in the French Revolution for selfish reasons.

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How John Lennon's Spirit Helped Create Grant Morrison's Invisibles Series

Grant Morrison once manifested the spirit of John Lennon, and later adapted the event for their landmark Vertigo series The Invisibles.

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10 Thriller Movies That Nailed Their Final Scene

These thrillers left the best twists to the very ending, delivering a final scene that will stick with the audience for a long time.

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8 Best Hitchcock References In The Simpsons

The Simpsons' three-decade run has made hilarious references to all kinds of movies, but Alfred Hitchcock is a well the writers keep coming back to.

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Neil Gaiman's Books of Magic Are The Perfect Harry Potter Replacement

Neil Gaiman's Books of Magic, originally a Vertigo series and now re-imagined within the Sandman Universe, is the perfect Harry Potter replacement!

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The 10 Best Vertigo Comic Series, According To Ranker

Vertigo was the cutting edge of DC comics, with an eye towards Sci-Fi, fantasy, and horror. These are the 10 best Vertigo comics, according to Ranker.

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Dogs of London Resurrects the Dark, Gory Spirit of DC's Vertigo

DC Comics' Vertigo imprint published action-packed stories, and a new AfterShock Comics series from Vertigo's Peter Milligan brings back that spirit.

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Vertigo: 8 Ways It Still Holds Up Today

With memorable twists and a brilliant direction, the Alfred Hitchcock classic Vertigo is just as compelling today as it was in 1958.

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