Category Archives: Marvel Comic

Marvel Legends Deadpool Sasquatch BAF Wave Review

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Marvel Legends Deadpool Sasquatch BAF Wave Review

Deadpool debut comic in 1991

Deadpool movie played by Ryan Reynolds. also X-Men Origins Wolverine SUCKS yeah I don’t like movie really boring I like Deadpool movie in 2016 just way sequel coming Deadpool 2.

Deadpool my favorite Marvel characters so Hilarious and funny.

in Cartoon animation voice Nolad North and Ultimate Spider-Man Will Friedle.

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Marvel Legends the Human Torch Review Walgreens Exclusive by Hasbro

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Marvel Legends the Human Torch Review Walgreens Exclusive by Hasbro

Flame on! Johnny Storm suits up to Command the heat as the scorching hot hero. The Human Torch!

Fantastic Four 2005 and sequel Rises of Silver Surfer 2007 played by Chris Evans who later played current Captain America in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Marvel Legends figure the Human Torch same Walgreen Exclusives Namor and Marvel’s Invisible Woman I’m done review also Mr.Fantastic Marvel Legends renewal coming in same Walgreen Exclusive except the Thing? maybe is Build-a-Figures?

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Marvel Legends Marvel’s Invisible Woman and H.E.R.B.I.E. Review Walgreens Exclusive by Hasbro

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Marvel Legends Marvel’s Invisible Woman and H.E.R.B.I.E. Review Walgreens Exclusive by Hasbro

Fantastic Four Member:

Susan (Sue) Storm a.k.a. Invisible Woman/Invisible Girl

H.E.R.B.I.E. Computer Robot also H.E.R.B.I.E replacement for Human Torch a.k.a. Johnny Storm died in comic book yeah I don’t wanna Human Torch never died and I don’t want replaced for Human Torch.

best movie 2005 Fantastic Four and sequel Rise of Silver Surfer best movie yeah also I don’t like 2015 reboot movie totally FAILED yeah Fox studio has failure movie Fantastic Four film yeah I want back to Marvel Studios and Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Marvel Legends Namor the Sub Mariner Review Walgreens Exclusive by Hasbro

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Marvel Legends Namor the Sub Mariner Review Walgreens Exclusive by Hasbro

Namor the Sub-Mariner spin-off of the Fantastic Four comics.

remember the Late 1960s Cartoon the Marvel Super Heroes along with Captain America,the Incredible Hulk,Iron Man and Thor.

later many appearance Marvel Cartoon TV series 1980s Spider-Man and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. 1990s Fantastic Four and The Avengers United They Stand. and 2000s Fantastic Four World’s Greatest Heroes.

yeah I want the Fantastic Four film back to Marvel Cinematic Universe along with Namor,X-Men too.

also Marvel Legends Namor the Sub-Mariner this is Walgreens Exclusive yeah also along with Invisible Woman and just wait Human Torch too.

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Marvel Legends the Amazing Spider-Man 2 Amazing Spider-Man figure Review by Hasbro

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Marvel Legends the Amazing Spider-Man 2 Amazing Spider-Man figure Review by Hasbro

the Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Film) in 2014

Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man/Peter Parker: An orphaned teenage boy who received spider-powers after being bitten by a genetically altered spider. Peter first uses his powers to try to hunt down the killer of his uncle in The Amazing Spider-Man but soon decides to use his powers to fight crime as the vigilante known as Spider-Man. Garfield explained that the suit that he would wear in the film would undergo a new design. Garfield hoped to bring back the theme of him being an orphan stating, “I wanna keep exploring that theme of being fatherless, being motherless, searching for purpose and finding a purpose within himself”. He felt that it was a responsibility to take on the role and that he does not take it lightly

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Accessories of Marvel Legends Amazing Spider-Man hand alternate and Right Arms Ultimate Green Goblin

Collect too more Marvel Legends

Transformers Week Day 5 Final Marvel Transformers Crossovers Spider-Man Motorcycle Review By Hasbro

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Transformers Week Day 5 Final Marvel Transformers Crossovers Spider-Man Motorcycle Review By Hasbro

my Final Week Transformers Day Review 5

Marvel Transformers Crossovers Spider-Man Motorcycle

Spider-Man Spider-Man

also remind me Cyclone Mospeada also known as Robotech

also I Spider-Man Japan Tokusatsu 1978 first the Giant Robot called Leopardon later Super Sentai 1979 Battle Fever J first Sentai Mecha Super Robot Battle Fever Robo

Marvel Iron Man 2 Concept Series Transformers Crossovers Repaint Jet Iron Man Review By Hasbro also Bonus quick Review

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Marvel Iron Man 2 Concept Series Transformers Crossovers Repaint Jet Iron Man Review By Hasbro also Bonus quick Review

Marvel Iron Man 2 Concept Series Transformers Crossovers Repaint Jet Iron Man

I buy to K-Marts 2010 I Want Jet Iron Man but I don’t have the Original colors 2008 but remind me Macross 7 VF-19 Fire pilot Basara Nekki color Red and Yellow.

also Bonus Quick review Marvel Gashapon toys Chibi Iron Man but kinda look like South Park Style.

also Thanksgiving Day.


Marvel Transformers Crossovers Wolverine Review by Hasbro

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I am Wolverine Bub

 

Wolverine’s first intended origin

Despite suggestions that co-creator Len Wein originally intended for Logan to be a mutated wolverine cub, evolved to humanoid form by the High Evolutionary,[16] Wein denies this:

While I readily admit that my original idea was for Wolvie’s claws to extend from the backs of his gloves … I absolutely did not ever intend to make Logan a mutated wolverine. I write stories about human beings, not evolved animals (with apologies for any story I may have written that involved the High Evolutionary). The mutated wolverine thing came about long after I was no longer involved with the book. I’m not certain if the idea was first suggested by Chris Claremont, the late, much-missed Dave Cockrum, or John Byrne when he came aboard as artist, but it most certainly did not start with me.[17]

Wein has stated in a conversation with Stan Lee included on the X-Men Origins: Wolverine blu-ray special features that he has read “Ten things you did not know about Wolverine,” which states that he was originally intended to be a mutated wolverine cub, and this re-kindled Wein’s frustration. He again stated that he had “always known that Wolverine was a mutant.”[citation needed]

In X-Men #98 (April 1976), a biological analysis of Wolverine suggests that he was in some way different from the other X-Men, and in X-Men #103, Wolverine says he does not believe in leprechauns, to which the leprechaun replies, “Maybe leprechauns don’t believe in talkin’ wolverines, either.”[18]

In an article about the evolution of Wolverine included in a 1986 reprint of The Incredible Hulk #180-181, titled Incredible Hulk and Wolverine, Cockrum is quoted as saying that he considered having the High Evolutionary play a vital role in making Wolverine a human.[2] Writer Wein wanted Wolverine to be the age of a young adult, with superhuman strength and agility similar to Spider-Man. This changed when Wein saw Cockrum’s drawing of the unmasked Wolverine as a hairy 40-year-old.[2] Wein originally intended the claws to be retractable and part of Wolverine’s gloves, and both gloves and claws would be made of adamantium.[17] Chris Claremont eventually revealed that they were an integrated part of Wolverine’s anatomy in X-Men #98 (April 1976). Writer Jeph Loeb used a similar origin for Wolverine in the Marvel continuity, having feral mutants be an evolved lifeform.[19]

[edit]Wolverine’s second intended origin

John Byrne said in interviews and on his website that he drew a possible face for Wolverine, but then learned that John Romita, Sr., had already drawn one that Dave Cockrum used in X-Men #98 (April 1976), long before Byrne’s run on the series.[20][21] Later, Byrne used the drawing for the face of Sabretooth, an enemy of the martial artist superhero Iron Fist, whose stories Chris Claremont was writing. Byrne then had the idea of Sabretooth being Wolverine’s father.[22][23]Together, Byrne and Claremont came up with Wolverine being approximately 60 years old and having served in World War II after escaping from Sabretooth, who was approximately 120 years old.[22] The plan had been for Wolverine to have been almost crushed in an accident; he would discover, when attempting to stand for the first time after recovering, that his healing factor does not work on bones, and his legs immediately break. He then spends over a decade in a hospital bed, almost going mad, when the Canadian government approaches him with the idea of replacing his skeleton one bone at a time with adamantium, the claws being a surprise. This origin, too, was never used.

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voice Wolverine

Neil Ross (Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and Pryde of the X-Men)

Cal Dodd (X-Men the animated Series 1992)

Scott Mcneil (X-Men Evolution)

Steve Blum (Wolverine and the X-Men also Current Wolverine)

Hugh Jackman (X-Men films)