Marvel Fandom has had its fair share of running jokes and hilarious moments, mostly thanks to the resoundingly successful Marvel Cinematic Universe.
These fantastic Marvel-infused memes almost never fail to make us laugh.
The reviews are rolling in after the early screening for Marvel's Doctor Strange, which comes out early November; and let's just say it sounds like the hype thus far is well-warranted. This list is for you, and all your hard work, and your shining awesome-ness Benedict Cumberbatch:
Rage Gear Studios combined the cutesy characters of Rainbow Brite with some of the X-Men characters in a colorful 80's mashup that no one really asked for (not that we're complaining). Who knew these X-Men characters would go so well with all the colors of the rainbow?
For those of you hoping for a close-up look at Doctor Strange in action, here's your chance to see some lightening. Most of these images are just the concept art from the upcoming film, which looks great so far. It's set to release on November fourth this year.
Deadpool underwent a brief re-branding, posing as a romantic comedy with a lovely new poster. Some men decided to take advantage of this by "tricking" their girlfriends and wives into seeing it with them on Valentines day. To the surprise of no one, it turns out that most women who have not been hiding under a rock for a while know what the highly publicized comic book movie is about.
Spider Gwen hails from a universe in which Gwen Stacy was bitten by that rogue radioactive spider instead of young Peter Parker. In this universe, Stacy becomes the hero of New York. Introduced in a multi-universe Spider-hero crossover event, Spider Gwen quickly became a fan favorite and got her own book. The character will continue her story in October after Marvel's hero universe reboots.
This cosplay photo series from Hendo proves that Spider Gwen deserves her own movie. We don't know who owns the character. Sony? Marvel? Anyone? Let's just see this happen
While her stint in directing Marvel heroes was short lived, Lexi Alexander has been generally light-hearted about the experience, joking that she wished Marvel Studios had been in charge instead of Lionsgate. Now, the director of Punisher: War Zone is blowing up Twitter about a different Marvel hero: Kamala Khan.
Kamala is the current hero using the title Ms. Marvel, an honor most famously held by Carol Danvers who, in 2012, took on the name Captain Marvel in a popular book by Kelly Sue DeConnick. Captain Marvel also has the dubious honor of being the first woman to star in a solo Marvel Studios film (currently slated November 2018). But Alexander wants to direct another movie.
Well, turns out Fantastic Four is pretty bad... 10% on RottenTomatoes bad. Unfortunately, the movie's release date came right on the heels of Deadpool's first trailer, and the internet took hold. You see, Deadpool is supposed to be ugly, but apparently he's not nearly as ugly as Doctor Doom.
It's time to better know the Merc with the Mouth. Deadpool will be gracing the silver screen in February 2016, and his first trailer is out to get you hyped. Full of fourth-wall breaking one-liners, and zany quips, it feels like Ryan Reynolds and director, Tim Miller are hitting this one out of the park.
For those of you who aren't fans, here's your guide to Deadpool.
The rumors for everything Spider-Man just won't quit. This time, Heroic Hollywood is reporting that execs at Sony picked up Kraven's Last Hunt, a book that covers the final battle between Kraven the Hunter and Spider-Man. Since Tobey Maguire's and Andrew Garfield's stint as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man already used a lot of his signature villains (Green Goblin, Lizard, Doc Ock and Electro), it's up to Marvel to make something memorable with one of the lesser known figures from Spidey's catalogue.
Here's our favorite contenders to take on Tom Holland's adolescent web-slinger in his 2017 solo debut. Warning: symbiotes are off limits because they would make such a better sequel.