If you needed any further proof that Marvel is now fully a part of the Walt Disney Company family, look no further than a new collaboration with ESPN (also a subsidiary of Disney).
A group of Marvel artists --- Alex Maleev, Sara Pichelli, Emanuela Lupacchino, Lenil Francis Yu, Frank Cho, Russell Dauterman, Mike Deodato, Jim Cheung and Greg Land --- have contributed original art of Daredevil, Captain Marvel, Medusa, Luke Cage, She-Hulk, Iron Fist, Iron Man, The Hulk and Ant-Man to a "superhero edition" of ESPN Magazine's famous "Body Issue," an annual celebration of athletic physiques (with lots of pictures of naked people).
Sports: Marvel Custom Solutions and ESPN have turned out some new Tim Tebow art for SportsCenter. So far he's not "Tebowing" in any of it, though.
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I had no idea, but it turns out that they have sports in high school now. Even more surprisingly, the ESPN sports empire has an entire magazine dedicated to these high school games. That magazine is called ESPN Rise, and the latest issue features exclusive superhero art by Alvin Lee, part of the prestigious UDON art c
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
Marvel'sCup o' Joe panel at New York Comic Con 2010 consisted mostly of a question and answer session, but there were a few interesting revelations over the course of the presentation. Marvel's Arune Singh brought up the return of CrossGen by sayi
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
'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' star Hugh Jackman continued his tour of all possible media by showing up on ESPN this morning, where we find out that he can bench-press 320, and they have him talk to Wolverine mega-fan Brian Dawkins of the Denver Broncos, whose locker is insane with all things Wolverine. ESPN also has an article discussing Jackman's ties to the sports world, although you need to subscribe to see the full article.
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