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Ask Chris #85: Which Superhero Could Replace Santa Claus?
Ask Chris #85: Which Superhero Could Replace Santa Claus?
Q: What superhero has the loveable jolliness/elf-oppressing fist of iron necessary to take over for Santa? -- @FrankMcCormick A: A replacement for Santa Claus, eh, Frank? Well, that shouldn't be too hard to figure out. It really just comes down to -- wait. A replacement for Santa Claus?! Why do we need a replacement?! Did something happen to Santa?! Oh God. Oh God. Okay. Don't freak out. We've still got two weeks. There's time to fix this before Christmas Eve. C'mon, Frank. We've got work to do.
Link Ink: Alternate ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie Looks, Lazer Lips And Glass Helmets, And Strong Webs
Link Ink: Alternate ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie Looks, Lazer Lips And Glass Helmets, And Strong Webs
Movies: If you thought the 2005 Fantastic Four film was a departure from its Marvel Comics source material, wait until you see the unused concept art for Dr. Doom and the Thing by Constantine Sekeris. Art Shows: "Lazer Lips and Glass Helmets", an art show featuring nearly 20 new retro-futuristic pieces of artwork by Ming Doyle and Toby Cypress, will kick off a 7 p...
Aaron Jasinski Makes Doctor Doom Serve Ice Cream And Ben Kenobi Serve Vader [Art]
Aaron Jasinski Makes Doctor Doom Serve Ice Cream And Ben Kenobi Serve Vader [Art]
You don't need to make a famous character look creepy to paint them in a provocative new way, and Aaron Jasinski's artwork serves as proof. Jasinski switches between symbolic and literal approaches to his thick, full-bodied paintings, which feature everyone from Mulder and Scully to Doctor Doom and the Mario Bros...
Hot Ink — Siege: The Cabal, Sweet Tooth #4, Supergod #2, Nuns Without Guns
Hot Ink — Siege: The Cabal, Sweet Tooth #4, Supergod #2, Nuns Without Guns
WHAT'S THE OPPOSITE OF "A SHOCKING TURN OF EVENTS"? - Siege: The Cabal This week Marvel kicks off its next big event with "Siege: The Cabal," the first issue published under the "Siege" banner that leads up to "Siege" #1 next month. Once more we see Norman Osborn's Cabal, a small group of powerful villains that by some miracle was not called the "Dark