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Is that Thor's hammer or are you just ecstatic to see Marvel memes again? Whatever the case, you'll get your fair share of Marvel puns jokes and remixes that will have you chuckling the day away. So grab your Vibranium shield and your Iron Man suit and get ready to dive in.

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With the soft lighting, the witty banter and the slight sexualization of misogyny Agent Carter appears to be half Alias, and half Double Indemnity. Fingers crossed it'll bring the best of both instead of the worst.

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Normally, ESPN's Body Issue portrays athletes in their most vulnerable position: stark naked. As a celebration of the human form, The Body Issue exhibits the raw form of athletes from all disciplines and in all shapes and sizes.

This year, Marvel is getting in on the action by having their artists create detailed anatomical drawings of a handful of their characters, including Iron Man, She-Hulk, Captain Marvel and Daredevil. Check out their digital gallery before the issue goes on sale July 10th.

The artists also discuss how being a superhero affects their drawings:

"[She-Hulk] is a character of power, so I keep her upright: shoulders back, chest out-just a very commanding presence." - Frank Cho
So it's sexy and informational!

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Even though Edgar Wright had an unfortunate splitting of ways with Marvel and left Ant-Man early, due to creative differences, he can't seem to help noticing how many actors he's worked with have gone on to star in Marvel movies-- examples being Chris Evans in Captain America and Brie Larson announced for Captain Marvel.

Wright took to Twitter to express his most recent support of Anna Kendrick for the role of Marvel's Squirrel Girl: