Not satisfied with their triumphant merging of the Tron and Marvel universes in the November edition of Wired, Marvel and ESPN have teamed to bring you a mashup of NBA players and teams with their heroes. We showed you a small preview of the ESPN The Magazine / Marvel images earlier this month. Now, thanks to assets made avai
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Kobe Bryant wields the Infinity Gauntlet. Lebron James dumps his Cavaliers jersey into the trash and walks away ala Spider-Man. These aren't fantastic and highly unlikely scenarios, they're promotional images from Marvel and ESPN's new collaborations for the October 22 issue of "ESPN: The Magazine
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As ComicsAlliance recently reported, Dwight Howard starred in a new ESPN commercial emphasizing the Orlando center's persona as the NBA's resident Superman. This apparently rankled some Shaq-tastic feathers, as Cleveland center and 4-time NBA champion Shaquill
The NBA has a storied relationship with comic book superheroes. As a league of men who don outlandish costumes are possess physiques, powers and capabilities far beyond their mortal kin, professional basketball players are about the closest thing to real-life super-beings to walk the Earth