Is an Avengers vs. X-Men movie a Marvel too far? The incredible box office success of the Russo Brothers’ latest masterpiece, Captain America: Civil War, has casted a spellbinding impression on audiences. The expectations of fans seeing their true comic book heroes brought to light in an impeccably well-executed plot and superhero action-adventure movie has landed it to join the elite class of epic superhero action movies alongside other Marvel blockbusters, X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: First Class. Speaking of which, many fans are salivating at the possibility of an Avengers vs. X-Men movie, one which has the potential of becoming the highest grossing Marvel superhero movie. Even though both Avengers and the X-Men are owned by MCU and 20th Century Fox respectively, fans are growing more hopeful at the prospect than ever before. X-Men actor, Hugh Jackman, who is well-known in Hollywood for playing Wolverine, even showed>>>
Meet Thy Maker- 5 Times Comic Book Characters Came Face To Face With Their Makers As unbelievable as it may sound but known book characters, famous comic superheroes and all the fictional heroes have just been a fragment of their maker’s imagination. No matter how big they grew in popularity or how large their fan following became; all of them were created by few people at their most creative. However, unlike book characters and classical heroes, comic characters had the experience of going through many hands and as a result they travelled far from their original maker and became something else entirely. To say that this topic is touchy for the most loyal comic fans is to say the least. We couldn’t help but imagine what the real makers would have to say if they meet their creations and see what they have become now? We also like to imagine>>>
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5 Lessons about Character You Can Learn from Superheroes Amidst the superhero persona, the amazing superpowers, and the dazzling storylines in all superhero franchises lays an underlying message for the fans. The stories about our favorite caped crusaders, alien, and mutants have life lessons that are intricately tied into the storylines, the personality, and decisions of the superheroes. Here are the five character lessons that superheroes teach you through their heroism: Uncle Ben’s Lesson for Spiderman Uncle Ben’s death left many of us crying for days, but we fought through the tears to see Spiderman embrace his destiny… responsibly. The popular phrase, “With great power comes great responsibility,” said by Uncle Ben is one of the most repeated lines in recent history, setting a benchmark for other superheroes to follow. Uncle Ben taught all of us that regardless of the amount of power, wealth, and resources we may gain, we>>>