Just imagine if your favorite Avengers superheros, the Black Widow, Loki, Thor, Bruce Banner, Nick Fury, Tony Stark and Captain America lived in a southern rural trailer park! Well, Bad Lip Reading imagined it too and even re-engineered some of the 2012 Avengers hit scenes for your delight! Enjoy!
Did you ever wonder what’s behind some of the most famous superheros out there? Well, wonder no more … Sean Howe’sMarvel Comics: The Untold Story tells the history of the comic book company that owns X-Man, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Magneto, Loki, The Green Goblin and many others. Don’t expect to read superhero history, Howe’s book treats the ups and downs, the day-to-day life and all business decisions that took Marvel Comics from a second-rate comics company to the becoming the industry standard of awesomeness – also check The James Bond Archives by Paul Duncan and the Superman: A Celebration of 75 Years hardcovers.
The book is available on Amazon in four versions: Kindle, Hardcover (the cover is pictured above), Paperback and Audio with prices starting from $10.99 US.
Wolverine is one of the most loved Superheroes out there. Wolverine (born James Howlett) is a mutant with animal-keen senses and increased physical powers who can easily heal and recover from any wound, disease, poison, etc …
The Marvel Comics character has been known over the years as Weapon X, Weapon Omega, Patch, Old Man Logan, Death or simply Logan and he’s member of X-Men, Alpha Fight and Avengers.
The above infographic made by Kate Willaert for HalloweenCostumes.com pictures how Wolverine’s cool look evolved over time. The 2013 Wolverine is pictured as half-naked, so I am a bit afraid of the next costume instance of the popular superhero!!!
What’s your favorite costume? Let me know in the comments and share it with your friends…
After checking the Superhero Advertisement Mockups to see which Superhero will be the perfect match to advertise the most known brands in the world, now it’s time we check how would a Superhero Like button look like. Designed by the Colombian artist Jaime Calderon, these new Like buttons inherit some visual characteristics of the Superheros that inspired the designer to draw them.
Which one is your favorite? Let’s hear you in the comments…
The Under Armour Compression technology gives you muscles an extra boost and makes you look Out-Of-Earth-Invincible … Of course, some own muscle mass in needed to obtain the desired effect!
The Under Armour Alter Ego Baselayer SuperHero T-Shirts are very light, feature 4Way-Streth for extended mobility, moisture transport system to keep the sweat out of your body, are made of high quality Polyester/Elastane and come in 5 DC Comics and Marvel iconic character models: Superman,Iron Man, Batman,Captain America and Hulk.
It is well known big brands pay big money to celebrities to represent them. Some companies go even as far as creating special product lines for the celebrities representing them (think Nike Air Jordan!!!).
One category of celebrities that are not seen much into advertising partnerships are Superheros … I wonder why!
Let’s dis-consider for a second the fact that Tony Stark owns Stark Industries, Bruce Wayne is the head of Wayne Enterprises and Hulk’s Robert Bruce Banner is always on the run and let our imagination run wild and see some cool advertising matches between superheros and the big corporations of today. The matches are done by the Italian artist Roberto Vergati Santos who did a wonderful job on these mockups.