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FAN ART: DEADPOOL and HARLEY QUINN in Love!

FAN ART: DEADPOOL and HARLEY QUINN in Love!

Can Deadpool and Harley Quinn ever be together? DC and Marvel have had crossovers before to bring us battles that used to be impossible. We’ve had Superman battle Hulk, Thor, and Spider-Man, Batman fight Captain America, Wonder Woman go up against Storm, etc. But how about we have some love between the two comic book

DC and MARVEL SUPERHEROINES Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Though October is about to end, we’d like to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month the superhero way with DC and Marvel superheroines joining in. The artwork that depicts four superheroines doing the self-examination is from artist Maisa Chaves known as Halfy on her deviantart account. Click below to see these beautiful artwork by Chaves! DC

WOLVERINE and STORM Share an Intimate Moment in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST Deleted Scene

The X-Men movies from Fox have over-romanticized the Wolverine and Jean love story so this deleted scene is a big change—Wolverine and Storm kissing. The X-Men: Days of Future Past movie is a complete story in itself but many of the scenes did not make the cut. The latest to be released to the public

DC vs. Marvel, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, Xbox vs. Playstation: It’s Time to Take Sides in Fan Boys and Girls!

The debate between comic publishers, sci-fi movies, consoles, characters, and others is a never-ending one. When one of them throws a punch by way of a new release, the other tries to either copy what the other is doing or even trump its competition with something better. Just take DC vs. Marvel for example. Remember

Is X-Men: The Kissing Event for Real?

Is there really going to be an X-Men: The Kissing Event? Shouldn’t this be reserved for Valentine’s Day and not Halloween? If the image that Uncanny X-Men scribe Brian Michael Bendis posted says anything, it appears that we’ll have the X-Men smooching to their heart’s delight this fall in celebration of Marvel Comics 75th Anniversary.

Superhero Kids: Without a Shadow of a Doubt

Have you ever wondered which superhero our favorite superheroes played when they were kids? Uhm…themselves? Andy Fairhurst seems to imply so in his series of artworks called Superhero Kids. Bat Kid   If Andy’s intention was to portray superheroes and super-villains as their younger selves playing their future selves, then he sure hit a jackpot with this

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