Entertainment Industry Infographics

The Evolution of Batgirl

For many comic book fans, Barbara Gordon has been known as the definitive version of Batgirl, one of the main superheroines of DC Comics. The character made her comics debut 50 years ago in the January 1967 issue of Detective Comics and has gone through many changes, most notably becoming paralyzed in the 1980s graphic novel The Killing Joke and eventually becoming super hacker Oracle.

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America’s Favorite Christmas Movies: Box Office Battle

Do you have a Christmas movie favorite? Maybe one that you watch every year or one that sets the tone for the season just like that first cup of eggnog or putting up the Christmas tree? Here Ebates breaks down which Christmas movies grossed the most and the least.

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Mobile Gaming on the Rise

Mobile gaming is on the rise with no chance of slowdown in popularity. Keeping this fact in mind, it shouldn’t be any surprise that online gambling, as a result, is expected to see a rise in popularity as well.

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Deaf-Friendly Games for a Children’s Party

If you are throwing a party with a deaf child in attendance, what games should you plan for? There are loads of great games that all children, and quite a few adults, will enjoy. Here are some favorite party games and tips for throwing an inclusive children’s party, in an infographic from the team at Wooden Toy Shop.

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A Guide to Rogue One’s New Characters

Rogue One opens on December 16th so the Star Wars fans over at HealthPlans.org created a beautifully designed infographic guide to help chart the new characters and their backstories.

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Why YouTube Stars Are More Influential Than Traditional Celebrities

It is clear that the day of the traditional celebrity is numbered. The YouTube celebrity is gradually becoming more influential. Marketers and others trying to hang on the coat tails of celebrity cannot ignore this. If they do so, they will gradually fade into insignificance. The folks at Influencer Marketing Hub have created the following infographic titled “Why YouTube Stars are More Influential than Traditional Celebrities”.

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Celebrities Going Wild & Unusual Places They’re Banned From

We’ve all heard of rowdy celebs, infamous rock bands and famously spoiled children, but you probably didn’t know that some rather unlikely (and defiantly likely) celebs have been banned from some even stranger locations. Just take a look at some of the interesting stories in this infographic from MyOffers.

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Pokies Addiction: Crack Cocaine of Gambling

Australia’s penchant for a punt has become a problem – and Ka-Ching! Pokie Nation is the most transparent hard hitting documentary to ever expose the facts, sharing exactly how the gambling industry and poker machine operators use these insidious pokies to cause addiction and help transfer the wealth from the communities that need it most.

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Hunting Rare Pokemon

If you’ve been playing Pokemon Go, you know that it’s hard to catch rare monsters and there are even some monsters that aren’t yet available. Learn more about hunting rare Pokemon in the following infographic from Casino Short List.

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Poker Machines in Australia: The Facts

For the rest of the world they are slot machines, but for Australia they are poker machines or ‘pokies’ and it’s fair to say that the Australian public have a bit of a love-hate relationship with them. As of 2014 there were nearly 200,000 poker machines in Australia which means that there was a machine for every 114 people – making it the country with the most slot machines per head in the world.

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Big Screen Breaks

In this infographic, the team at the Daffodil Hotel picked a few of their favorite "movie hotels" and then created some reviews from the characters who stayed at them. Read on for some illuminating feedback on big screen breaks. [Click here for full size version]...

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Cutting the Cord Beyond Cable

In recent years, more and more people have been dropping their cable packages in favor of streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. Why pay for a hundred extra channels you don’t want when you can cherry-pick your favorite TV shows and movies for a fraction of the price? Here is a guide on cutting the cord on cable and beyond.

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