Black ink colors Marvel's bottom line

Diorio, Carl
May 2002
Daily Variety;5/16/2002, Vol. 275 Issue 55, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the increase in the earnings of Marvel Enterprises Inc. in Los Angeles, California. Net income; Revenue of the company; Contribution on the gross of the motion picture 'Spider-Man' to the increase in earnings.


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