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Kelly Sue DeConnick's Captain Marvel: A Farewell Salute:

Since the 2012 re-launch, Captain Marvel has been an exemplar for how to present a super-heroic character, be it woman or man. Issue after issue, Kelly Sue DeConnick and her partners-in-art delivered stories brimming with heart, humanity, humour, and heroism, and reclaimed a character that had endured some of the worst travails a super-heroine has ever had visited upon her, returning her to the progressive position envisioned by her early chroniclers Gerry Conway and Chris Claremont. Although Captain Marvel would become a symbol, these were not tales told of a remote and distant icon, but instead a fully-formed person who through her struggles to overcome her own imperfections became an inspirational figure to readers of every vintage and gender.

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The Runaways celebrate marriage equality by Nick Perks

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Japanese photographer Hot.kenobi plays with his action toys and uses photography to tell their entertaining stories. Osaka-based Hot.kenobi creates a universe where box office rivals DC and Marvel comics (sometimes Disney’s Star Wars as well) not only battle each other, but also have some fun in both surreal and everyday situations. Most of his compositions are explosive and feature a lot of movement, perfectly supplemented by special effects and a healthy dose of humor.

Whether it’s Hulk smashing a can of soda, or Spiderman trying to ‘play’ Captain America’s shield on a CD player, these images bring the colorful personalities of unlikely friends and foes.

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How You Can Finish Skullduggery Island In Poptropica



The brand new island mission in the popular online game Poptropica is called Skullduggery Island. Paid subscribers have had access since May, and the general public can play starting on June 17. It is the longest and most in-depth island in Poptropica so far. Keep reading for all the Poptropica cheats for Skullduggery

Arrive on the island from the map and climb down to Fort Ridley, one of many small islands scattered about in the ocean. For the first part of the island, you will collect items that lead to other items and clues. Once you have resolved the mystery of the strange note and aided the people of Fort Ridley, you can leave this main island and discover quite a few more on the high seas.

To start, travel through the very first area and go across the bridge into the subsequent area. After crossing the bridge, continue down the hill and then to the left into the water, where you will head back to the left and then discover a doubloon lying on the ground.

Go left and head back to the General Store, and use the doubloon to acquire a bag of feed.

Then travel outside the store and proceed to the chap with the chickens. Give him the bag of feed you just purchased. He will be really happy and will give you a chicken as a present.

Now go over the bridge to the right and you'll arrive at a corn field with a guy outdoors. He'll declare that the pests are feeding on all the corn and he can't feed his family. Use the chicken here and it will eat the pests. The man will be so happy and will present you a blue candle as a gift.

Go up the hill and run past the house on the top and go back down to the ocean below. You'll see a woman there. Talk to her and she will tell you about her husband who has been lost at sea.

Next go back up the hill and enter the Governor's house. There are two men over by the fireplace on the right. Speak to them and use the blue candle from your backpack to make the invisible parts of the document appear. The Goverrnor will explain the story of the lost Treasure Map and will ask you to find the pieces and defeat the terrible pirate, Captain Crawfish.

Go back to the Fort and use the telescope at the top, where you will see a small raft. Click on the broken mirror in the lower-left corner to send a signal to the raft and it will come to the dock.

A scruffy looking guy appears and it turns out he is the long-lost husband of the woman you met on the beach. He offers up his broken-down ship to you and wishes you luck on your adventure.

Embark on your ship and sail to the small island in the upper-left corner of the map. While you're sailing try to steer clear from the sea monsters and pirate ships. When you see salvage in the water, try to pick it up.

Disembark at Dragon Cove, residence of Ship-Shape shipbuilders. To find the map piece, go to the water's edge and stand on the sunken statue to reveal a Mallet. Push the crate with the fisherman sitting on top of it to the right as far as it will go and then use the mallet you just found while you stand next to the gong. The sound of the gong will make the fish jump out of the water and onto the fisherman's hook. He will give you a piece of the map which he found in the fish's mouth. You cannot immediately afford a new ship, or the services of the Shipwright, who can repair damage while underway. New ships and the crewmembers are pretty expensive and you'll need to do a lot of trading between the islands before you can start upgrading. You can buy a small cargo with your doubloons, preferably Silk which is cheap here but more valuable elsewhere.

Sail to Bouffant Bay, to the right, again avoiding damage but picking up salvage from the water.

You can assist the guy on the dock, but you won't need his clue. Walk a bit over to the right and go to the Trading Post, where you will want to sell whatever silk you have. This trading post sells Medicine at a very cheap price so buy as much as you can while you are here. And the next thing to do here is to find the hidden map piece. First, walk over to the right and you'll arrive at a house with hanging baskets of ferns outside. Leap up into the air and hit the third one first, then the first one, and finally the second basket. Once that is done, you'll find the hidden map piece. If you go inside Willard's Warehouse to the left, you can find the Cargo Master crew member. When he is with you, your ship can carry 50% more cargo than without him. He is also not affordable at the start. Don't forget to make sure you bought the Medicine cargo from the trading post because you'll want to sell it at the next port.

Cruise to Parrot Port, directly below. When you arrive, go to the Trading Post and sell all your cargo. Don't purchase anything here because everything is too expensive. In Petey's Pirate Pub is the Navigator, who can increase your sailing speed if you hire her. Get the cracker that you'll locate upstairs on the left inside the pub. Walk outside and return to the Trading Post. Here you'll see a Parrot and you should click on him. It will tell you to dunk yourself in the sea and come back to find it. Run out to the dock and jump in the water and then go back and you'll find him up near the roof of one of the buildings. Click on him and he'll tell you to clog the vent and see where he went. He's talking about a chimney on the building to the right, which you need to stand on. Now the parrot is at the palm tree at far right, and tells you to see the pirate in the tower near the shore, who is the parrot's owner. Go to the old tower near the dock and you'll find the pirate up top. He'll tell you that if you can return the parrot to him he will give you a reward. Polly want a cracker? Look in your backpack and use the cracker. This will lure the parrot to you and when he returns, the pirate rewards you with the missing map piece.

The next port to visit is Golden Harbor, located to the South of Parrot Port. Golden Harbor is the home of the Golden Harbor Bank. When you go inside the bank, you can borrow doubloons which let you buy more cargo for trading and earn money quickly. The loan carries a 5% daily interest rate and needs to be paid back within twenty days. "Days" in Skullduggery advance each time you visit another port. As with all the other islands, there's a hidden piece of the map here. To get it, you need to figure out how to light three lanterns outside. It can be tricky because each time you light one lantern, certain others go out. The specific order is to get the lantern on the far right first (the fifth lantern). Then get the third lantern, followed by the fourth one. Next, get the second and then finally the first lantern (far left). The map piece appears in a draped archway. Once you have the map piece, go to the trading post and buy up as much grain as you can fit in your cargo hold.

Sail for the Pirate Outpost, directly left, and dock there. Sell your grain and buy Spice, which is cheap here. Up at the top of the island you'll find a building called the Corsair Cannonry. Inside you'll find the Cannoneer crewmember who helps improve your cannon fire rate when battling pirate ships and sea creatures. You can hire him later. At the top of the mast is a "cannon starter kit" (fuses), which will fire any of the four cannons on the outpost. Push the small barrel of explosives off the mast and into the water below. Jump down into the water and push the barrel to the right until it's underneath the golden tooth in the giant skull. Go back to the cannon that was near where the barrel fell from the platform and click on it to fire. The cannonball will hit the barrel of explosives, which will blow up. The explosion will shake the gold tooth and the hidden map piece will fall out.

Next, start following a trade route by returning to Dragon Cove to sell your spice. Now you have established a clockwise "trading route" that will enable you to slowly build your wealth and buy larger ships and more cargo, and eventually hire some or all of the four helpful skilled crewmen. You can use any trading routes you want, but this basic circle will get you profits faster than any other way. There are no shortcuts, but your progress is much faster as you increase your ship size and speed.

Once you have upgraded to the Phoenix Warbird, the mightiest ship you can own, you should be able to battle Captain Crawfish. It will help if you have a full crew, especially the cannoneer and the ship repair guy. You'll find Captain Crawfish near Skullduggery Island in the lower left corner of the map. Sail there and wait for him to attack. Once you defeat Captain Crawfish in battle, sail back to Fort Ridley. When you arrive, go back to the house with the Governor inside. He will give you the location of the Buried Treasure and a Bone Shovel to dig it up.

Travel to the island and dig at the mound 6 paces right of the Black Flag. After the treasure is out of the hole, you will be surprised by Captain Crawfish and his crew, and a spy who posed as an aide to the Governor.

Unlike most other Poptropica islands, there is no big boss fight here at the end. Fortunately, your crew arrives just in the nick of time and captures Crawfish and his pirates. You then return to Fort Ridley to return the treasure to the island. As a reward, the Governor gives you the island medallion and you've finished the quest.
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