With great power comes great f#@kability.
This is basically one big post of comics spoilers, so you are warned.
Or X-Woman, if you’d prefer.
Sometimes being the bad guy is way more fun.
Face it, nice guys are boring.
A lifelong X-Men comics fan and a comic book dilettante debate director Bryan Singer’s latest film, which finds the mutants traveling through time to prevent their extinction (and the internal logic that comes with that). WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
Let’s face it, bad guys have a lot more fun.
Something tells me this is not going to end well.
If your family is from anywhere in Latin- or Ibero-America, get ready to be run over by the nostalgia train.
The special issue features Jennifer Lawrence, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, and every other star of this summer’s hero heavy blockbuster. Warning: mini-spoilers ahead.
Elderly British bromance is the best kind of bromance.
That’s it, pack it up. We’re done here.
French artist Andry Rajoelina continues his adorable series.
It’s about time Bishop showed up. The portraits of two new characters set to debut in the First Class sequel — along with two old familiar faces — were released on the official X-Men Tumblr before mysteriously vanishing.
Everyone knew Magneto and Professor Xavier were meant to be together. Oh wait, McKellen is marrying Stewart to someone else? DAMN!
I know it’s cool to watch your prisoners brood, but you’re making a huge mistake. The glass prison lobbyists must have some powerful friends.
It was the longest-running Marvel cartoon for a reason. And the reason was it was the best cartoon ever.
While the war rages on between Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper for Sexiest Man Alive, might I humbly suggest a consensus candidate: Michael Fassbender. Fassbender is the extremely talented Irish actor best known for his roles in “Inglourious Basterds” and “X-Men: First Class.” Here are 28 arguments as to why he is the new sexiness and the only man who can mend our tattered Union.
Magneto Vs. Iron Man…wait, what? The person in charge of the brackets must really hate Tony Stark.
“Erik’s first … oh, wait” by CG artist Victor Hugo. Would love to see the Pixared version of Wolverine.
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First glimpse of Magneto as a young boy. I wouldn’t mess with him. (Via)
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Because everyone hated what was released by the studio, Super Punch asked their readers to do a better job designing posters for “X-Men: First Class.” Here are but a few selections from that contest which demonstrate that the marketing department at 20th Century Fox is vastly overpaid.
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