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‘The Osborn Identity’ begins in Amazing Spider-Man #25, check out a preview here

Marvel has released a first-look preview of next month’s The Amazing Spider-Man #25, a special bumper-sized 96-page issue which kicks off the brand new story arc ‘The Osborn Identity’, and much more! Take a look here…

Strap in, hold on and get ready, True Believers – because your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is rocketing out of The Clone Conspiracy and into a brand-new story arc! Today – Marvel is pleased to present your latest look inside the mammoth 96-page Amazing Spider-man #25! Chart topping writer Dan Slott kicks off the next thrilling story– “The Osborn Identity” – and he’s bringing superstar artist Stuart Immonen along for the ride! Norman Osborn is back and he’s deadlier than ever! But with the might of his multinational corporation at his back, Peter Parker is ready to take the fight to his old foe. Will it be enough to stop the former Green Goblin? Or has the
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“The Osborn Identity” Begins With Amazing Spider-Man #25

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Speaking from personal experience, I will say that whenever an oversized anniversary issue hits stands that collectors will ready their wallets, regardless of whether they’ve been actively following the series in question. So, when Amazing Spider-Man #25 ships next month, expect it to fly off shelves even though it will likely be sold at a higher price when you factor in the knowledge that it will be 96 pages strong.

When it comes to content, readers can look forward to a 40-page main story in the form of the cleverly titled “The Osborn Identity.” As you can no doubt surmise, stalwart writer Dan Slott will reunite Peter Parker with his longtime nemesis Norman Osborn as a new storyline kicks off. Furthermore, fan favorite artist Stuart Immonen has been confirmed to join the party as well.

As for the other 56 pages,
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The Postman Always Rings Twice: Letters From Readers

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We're always happy when readers can add some interesting angles to our coverage of retro films. Here is a letter we received from Canadian subscriber Andrew Merey:

"Further to your review of Room 43, it should be noted the movie has a terrific main title jazz theme by British composer Ken Jones (he also did the music for Fire Down Below (1957) and Tarzan Goes to India (1962)). The Room 43 title them was released as a single on Warner Bros. (5078)in 1959. Ray Anthony also recorded his own interpretation of the Room 43 theme (Capitol 4275) also in 1959."

Retro responds: Thanks for sharing this info, Andy...it adds another dimension to a worthwhile British low-budget effort that has much to recommend about it. 
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Marilyn Monroe's unseen 3D photos set to rake in 57k pounds at auction - Realbollywood.com News

Marilyn Monroe's unseen 3D photos set to rake in 57k pounds at auction - Realbollywood.com News
London, Dec 2: Marilyn Monroe's unseen photographs showing the legendary screen icon living the high life at an exclusive celeb party are set to go under the hammer.

The images, which are valued at a staggering 57,000 pounds were clicked by amateur photographer Lani Carlson in San Diego in 1952.

Carlson was working as a sound engineer at legendary crooner Ray Anthony's launch party for the hit song 'Marilyn', which was written by Ervin Drake and Jimmy Shirl.

As the show stopping Marilyn descended in a helicopter, the amateur snapper quickly used his new state-of-the-art camera to take these amazing images.

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Previously Unseen Monroe Images Up For Auction

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Previously Unseen Monroe Images Up For Auction
Previously unseen photos of late screen icon Marilyn Monroe enjoying a celebrity party at the start of her career are to go under the hammer at auction.

The 10 images depict the Some Like It Hot beauty at legendary bandleader Ray Anthony's launch for the hit song Marilyn in San Diego, California in 1952.

The pictures, which were taken by sound engineer and amateur photographer Lani Carlson, show Monroe in a pink cocktail dress posing in front of guests and also exiting a helicopter.

The collection is expected to fetch $96,000 (£60,000) when it is sold at Bonhams' Entertainment Memorabilia auction in Los Angeles on 14 December.

Hugh Hefner's Wedding to Crystal Harris: Think Pink!

Hugh Hefner's Wedding to Crystal Harris: Think Pink!
Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris know they are not a conventional couple. So, why settle for a convention wedding when the pair will exchange their vows on June 18? "The dress is not going to be white," Harris tells People of the Romona Keveza gown she's selected for the occasion. "I love pink! So, the dress will be pink and Hef and I want the wedding to be just a lot of different colors and to just look beautiful." Harris, 24, and Hefner, 84, are in the midst of planning, "and it's pretty great that we haven't argued about anything yet," Harris says.
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Hugh Hefner Promises 'Dream' Wedding

Hugh Hefner has promised Crystal Harris the "wedding of her dreams".

The 84-year-old media mogul is set to tie the knot with his 24-year-old girlfriend at the Playboy Mansion on June 18 and insists no expense will be spared to create a perfect day.

The Playboy magazine boss' generosity is covering all aspects of the big day, including the flowers, which he wants to be bold to contrast the pale color scheme Crystal has chosen to match her Romona Keveza dress.

Spokesperson Kellie Olisky said, "No expense is being spared for the wedding. It isn't even a compromise, because Hef wants Crystal to have the wedding of her dreams.

"Hef asked that the flowers be bursting with color and this will look great with Crystal's lighter coloured theme everywhere else."

Entertainment for the evening will come from veteran musician Ray Anthony, as well as Kanye West collaborator DJ Cassidy, while Torrance
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Hugh Hefner has been good for us

From the moment that Hal Holmes and I slipped quietly into his basement and he showed me his father's hidden collection of Playboy magazines, the map of my emotional geography shifted toward Chicago. In that magical city lived a man named Hugh Hefner who had Playmates possessing wondrous bits and pieces I had never seen before. I wanted to be invited to his house.

I was trembling on the brim of puberty, and aroused not so much by the rather sedate color "centerfold" of an undressed woman, as by the black and white photos that accompanied them. These showed an ordinary woman (I believe it was Janet Pilgrim) entering an office building in Chicago, and being made up for her "pictorial." Made up! Two makeup artists were shown applying powders and creams to her flesh. This electrified me. It made Pilgrim a real person. In an interview she spoke of her life and ambitions.
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Emmy-winning composer Earle Hagen dies

Emmy-winning composer Earle Hagen dies
Earle Hagen, Emmy-winning composer of some of the most memorable musical themes in TV history and the man heard whistling the theme song of "The Andy Griffith Show," died Monday of natural causes at his home in Rancho Mirage, Calif. He was 88.

In addition to writing the folksy "Andy Griffith" tune, Hagen penned the themes for "The Dick Van Dyke Show," "The Danny Thomas Show," "I Spy," "That Girl," "The Mod Squad" and "Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer," many for famed TV director Sheldon Leonard.

Hagen composed original music for more than 3,000 episodes during his TV career, which spanned more than three decades.

The composer also was active in the film business, mostly as an arranger and orchestrator for 20th Century Fox. He received a 1960 Oscar nomination (shared with Lionel Newman) as musical director for the Marilyn Monroe film "Let's Make Love."

Hagen, who played trombone with the Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey orchestras,
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