Spider-Man: No Way Home. Poster of the 2021 movie and cover of the 1963 comic book, The Amazing Spider-Man
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The Amazing Spider-Man
Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, 1963
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Jon Watts, 2021

After Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man was exposed by Mysterio at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, Parker’s life and reputation is turned upside down. He asks Dr. Stephen Strange to help restore his secret identity with magic. However, when Strange does so, it breaks open the multiverse, and supervillains from alternate realities arrive to hunt Parker down.


Invincible. Poster of the 2021 TV series and cover of the 2003 comic book
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Invincible
Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, Ryan Ottley, 2003
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Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, 2021-

Mark Grayson is a normal teenager, except for the fact that his father, Nolan, is the most powerful superhero on the planet. Shortly after his seventeenth birthday, Mark begins to develop powers of his own and enters into his father’s tutelage.


Zootopia. Poster of the 2016 movie and cover of the book novelization
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Zootopia: Junior Novelization
Suzanne Francis, 2016
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Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush, 2016

In a world of anthropomorphic mammals, rabbit Judy Hopps from rural Bunnyburrow fulfills her childhood dream of becoming a police officer in urban Zootopia. Bogo reprimands her, but an otter, Mrs. Otterton, enters Bogo’s office pleading for someone to find her husband Emmitt, one of fourteen animals who are missing.


Defending Jacob. Poster of the 2020 TV series and cover of the 2012 book
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Defending Jacob
William Landay, 2012
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Mark Bomback, 2020

Andy Barber has been an assistant district attorney in his suburban Massachusetts county for more than twenty years. He is respected in his community, tenacious in the courtroom, and happy at home with his wife, Laurie, and son, Jacob. But when a shocking crime shatters their New England town, Andy is blindsided by what happens next: His fourteen-year-old son is charged with the murder of a fellow student.


Invincible: Atom Eve. Poster of the 2023 movie and cover of the 2007 comic book
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Invincible: Atom Eve
Nate Bellegarde, Bill Crabtree, 2007
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Haylee Herrick, 2023

In this unique prequel episode, Samantha ‘Atom Eve’ Wilkins uncovers her superpowers during her childhood, forcing her to confront her ominous origins as she learns about a family she never knew existed.


Thank You for Smoking. Poster of the 2005 movie and cover of the 1994 book
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Thank You for Smoking
Christopher Buckley, 1994
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Jason Reitman, 2005

Nick Naylor is a handsome, smooth-talking tobacco spokesman who attempts to influence the act of people in daily life and the vice-president of a tobacco lobby called the Academy of Tobacco Studies, which has been researching whether smoking tobacco causes lung diseases or not.


The Music Never Stopped. Poster of the 2011 movie and cover of the 1995 book, The Last Hippie
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The Last Hippie
Oliver Sacks, 1995
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Jim Kohlberg, 2011

This is the story of a father, Henry, who faces a challenging task of reconnecting with his estranged son, Gabriel, following a brain tumor that impairs Gabriel’s ability to create new memories. As Gabriel clings to his old beliefs and interests, causing further distance between them, Henry embarks on a journey to embrace his son’s choices and attempts to bridge the gap by using the power of music.


Up in the Air. Poster of the 2009 movie and cover of the 2001 book
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Up in the Air
Walter Kirn, 2001
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Jason Reitman, 2009

Ryan Bingham works for a human resources consultancy firm specializing in termination assistance. Ryan, unwilling to give up traveling, raises concerns that the new system could be impersonal and apathetic, and argues that Natalie lacks understanding about the firing process and how to handle emotionally vulnerable people.


Patriots Day. Poster of the 2016 movie and cover of the 2014 book, Boston Strong: A City's Triumph Over Tragedy
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Boston Strong: A City's Triumph Over Tragedy
Casey Sherman, Dave Wedge, 2014
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Peter Berg, 2016

On April 14, 2013, Sergeant Tommy Saunders captures a suspect and fails to convince Commissioner Davis to let him off from a punishment duty the next day, working the Boston Marathon. After Dzhokhar enters the Shell Gas station convenience store, Meng escapes from the vehicle and takes refuge at the Mobil gas station across the street, where he alerts the police.


Spider-Man. Poster of the 2002 movie and cover of the 1963 comic book, The Amazing Spider-Man
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The Amazing Spider-Man
Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, 1963
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Sam Raimi, 2002

On a school trip, high school senior Peter Parker visits a Columbia University genetics laboratory, where he is bitten by a genetically engineered super spider that escaped from containment and seemingly falls ill after returning home.


Spider-Man. Poster of the 2002 movie and cover of the book novelization
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Spider-Man
Peter David, 2002
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Sam Raimi, 2002

On a school trip, high school senior Peter Parker visits a Columbia University genetics laboratory, where he is bitten by a genetically engineered super spider that escaped from containment and seemingly falls ill after returning home.


Spider-Man 2. Poster of the 2004 movie and cover of the book novelization
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Spider-Man 2
Peter David, 2004
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Sam Raimi, 2004

Two years after Norman Osborn’s death, Peter Parker, a.k.a. Harry, who is now head of Oscorp’s genetic and scientific research division, is sponsoring a fusion power project by nuclear scientist Otto Octavius, who befriends and mentors Peter.