I think these are quite a retro design of the claws, and that might be because X-Men ’97 is due out on Disney+ later this year. We might be seeing a bit of a preview of the Wolverine from that series.
Some of the significant titles include The Incredible Hulk No. 181, notable for the first appearance of Wolverine, some early The Avengers (2, 3, 5 and others), The Fantastic Four, New Mutants and a rare Amazing Spider-Man.
I’m sure you’ve seen it with your own eyes. Superheroes have fashion spikes.
Father’s Day has been and gone, but UK reward site MyOffers which gives members points for doing competitions and buying stuff is still out there putting their Marvel super dads infographic out there. And why not? This look at the 616 universe shows connections between heroes and villains, big names and small, that you might […]
Artist Andrew Tarusov is a talented Russian living in Los Angeles. He works with art and animation and is a fan of pin-ups and comics. This collection of clever art draws inspiration from both and adds lots and lots of dark Tim Burton. What would some of the world’s most famous superheroes look like if […]
The internet is loving the first official Logan trailer. It’s currently the second most popular video on YouTube and has had well over 5 million views since its launch yesterday. In the trailer we see a future without mutants – at least, not many, as Professor X and Wolverine are still around – and one […]
Imagine baby superheroes in the maternity ward. Cute to look at, right, but you wouldn’t want to be responsible for one. This is a post from 2016’s Superhero Week. If you want to check out other superhero-themed goodies then pop over to the Superhero Week collection page or visit a random superhero posted with this […]
How many different actors have played Superman? Have there been more Wonder Woman actresses than Hulk actors? Some of the answers might surprise you. I certainly found more than a few interesting discoveries in this ‘many faces’ infographic. Let us know what you think in the comments below or visit a random superhero posted with […]
It’s a long time fan debate; who would win a fight – Goku or Superman? Can’t say it’s ever a fight that engaged myself as the universes the two heroes live in are so different. That’s a problem artistic director Pierre-Marie Lenoir has solved. The French illustrator has fused Dragon Ball Z together with some […]
Josh Lynch is a creative director and freelance illustrator. He shared this collection of “DOTMU: Dogs of the Marvel Universe” to his public gallery at Behance and you should take a look. I think Punisher pug is my favourite. Which is yours?