Given the bazillion or so monstrous villains that inhabit the Marvel universe, it takes a special kind of creature to turn the sometimes apathetic stomachs of its fans. That's why Toy Biz will forever have our creature-loving kudos for concocting its own non-canonical brand of obnoxious superhero/monster hybrids for the ages
Check out a sampling of Aidan's illustrations below:Aidan is a 5-year old boy who last month was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. It's rough, and he'll be in treatment for the next few years of his life, but the kid's prognosis is good. The medical bills are not. To help cover the costs, Aidan's father Wylie has been selling his son's incredibly cute and strangely compelling artwork online. Featuring depictions of Wolverine, Sponge Bob and a number of original creations, Aidan's artwork is flying off the virtual shelf, according to an update on his Facebook fan page, but there's still time to pick up some of these cute and inexpensive pieces to help a fellow fanboy beat cancer.
Marvel super-heroes undergoing strange transformations isn't really a new idea: Captain America's been a werewolf, Storm and Wolverine have been vampires in "What If," and heck, there's an entire universe where the Marvel Super-Heroes have been turned into zombies, and one where they're all apes, some of whom are also vampires
Is someone on the internet trying to convince you that they have a real video of aliens, ghosts, or monsters? Pro tip: They are lying.
It's ok, though, because Captain Disillusion is coming to the rescue! The logic-based superhero uses Youtube to debunk claims of paranormal activity via the superpowers of science and technology. In this in