Jubilee is the unofficial spokesperson of the 4th of July according to me. Why? Well because she shoots fireworks from her hands of course! On behalf of Jubilee I want to wish everyone a safe and Happy 4th of July. Leave the fireworks to Jubilee and the professionals we don’t want any missing limbs! Continue reading →
Everyone loves a mashup! Not one, but two of your favorite things in one brilliant package. The doubly amazing X-Muppets made by the talented Rahzzah is no different. I was buzzing with nostalgia at seeing Jim Henson’s muppets all X-Men’ed out. Rahzzah couldn’t have picked better muppets to represent these mutants, with Animal as Wolverine and Beaker as Cyclops it’s as if they were meant for this mashup!
The X-Men trilogy was plagued with the ever so common trilogy disease where it starts off good and ends tragically (Spiderman I’m looking at you). I’ve done a good job at blocking X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine from my memory and I’d like to keep it that way. Thankfully, X-Men: First Class was actually good!
Back when the rumors about First Class started coming out my expectations were pretty low. Now I’m not an X-Men expert at all, but I knew enough to know that this “origin story” was a bit off… really off. First Class? As in the first team of X-Men? Where’s Angel, Cyclops, Iceman and Marvel Girl? Professor X has hair and can walk… wait what?! It was as if the writers took all the pages of X-Men comics added a few of their own, threw them all in a blender and out came the First Class plot.
Then came the cheap Photoshop 101 poster, which didn’t help with my already low expectations. However, the trailers were FC saving grace. They gave me some hope; perhaps it isn’t going to be so bad after all. But I still held my reservations; we all know trailers can be very deceiving.
On to what you came here for, a non-spoiler review. Continue reading →
These baby mutants are adorable! But if I was asked to babysit for them I’d politely decline. My friend told me that in writer Gregg Schigiel and artist Jacob Chabot did a 4 issue mini series of X-Babies that is a reimagining (and much younger) version of the Mojo created X-Babies here.
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Christopher Uminga has created this unique and chibi’ish artwork, check out his website and see all of his awesome work. Below are some adorable, and some creepy, (but all are great!) art of superheroes, villains, TMNT and Star Wars characters. Dontcha just want to give the Hulk a big hug?! He looks like he needs it…
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