Uncanny X-Men #495 is just so very pretty.
Marvel is proud to present your first look at SPIDER-MEN #5! Peter Parker, Miles Morales and the Ultimates team up to take on Mysterio, but even if they can take him down, how will Peter get back home? And what will he and Miles do with the knowledge that they’re not alone in the universe. And most important of all – will Peter Parker give Miles Morales his blessing to carry the mantle of Spider-Man? The chart-topping creative team of writer Brian Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli pull out all the stops in SPIDER-MEN #5, web-slinging into comic shops everywhere, the Marvel Comics app, and Marvel Digital Comic Shop this September.
SPIDER-MEN #5 (JUL120560)
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Penciled by SARA PICHELLI
Cover by JIM CHEUNG
FOC – 8/27/2012, On Sale – 9/19/2012
YESSSSSS… My Science Boyfriends OTP artwork for answering previous Science bros prompt on my personal tumblr.
This is the first time i paint RDJ n Ruffalo~it was ergh…challenging.
i messed up with everything and Ruffalo’s face looked much much younger than the actual one, i’m really sorryTvT. i’ll try to be more better, later~
Hemsworth says, “I shot [Chris Evans] a few texts over (opening) weekend. “It was like, ‘You beat The Wizard! Down with Potter!’ With Captain America working it’s like, ‘OK good,”’ says Hemsworth. “We’re still on track with this ensemble. It gives each of us a bump.”
Downey says, “I’ll just say it, There’s an aspect of my psyche that doesn’t want anyone to do as well as me…it’s part of human nature, survival of the fittest and all that. But it’s so nice to root for each other in Hollywood,” he adds. “Intentionally or not, Marvel has created an atmosphere of camaraderie. It’s a team really.”
Evans says, “Once it does well, you can just let it go,”, adding that the only way he celebrated the robust numbers was “by not thinking about it.”
Feige states, “It’s all very, very supportive,” he says. “These guys are all in this together”
Q: Which super-heroes/villains would give out which candies to trick-or-treaters? — dino_rider
A: Reed Richards gives kids dental floss and travel-sized toothbrushes, but Ben and Johnny hand out S’mores as the kids leave the Baxter Building.
Dr. Doom gives out “Doomapples,” Latverian Granny Smiths dipped in homemade caramel with candy-corn eyes, noses and smiles stuck on. Unfortunately, nobody ever comes to get them because his driveway is actually a treacherous mountain path lined with killer robots. Doom hates Halloween.
Superman makes Rice Krispie Treats with a touch of cinnamon sugar. Ma’s recipe.
Spider-Man gives out full-sized candy bars, just like Uncle Ben used to, even though he has to hock his microscope to buy ‘em. He also says “Fun-sized? What’s ‘fun’ about less candy?” at least eight times every Halloween.
Catwoman? Licorice whips.
Iron Man used to go for those fancy handmade chocolates with the delicious rum centers, but these days he just leaves a bucket of cell phones on the front porch with a “TAKE ONE” sign stuck in there.
The Joker gives out razor blades with tiny apples stuck in the middle.
Wolverine hands out Pocky.
Thor has been reprimanded on several occasions for offering children flagons of mead and whole roast turkeys.
Professor X gives out those terrible little orange and black things, but when you eat them, he goes into your mind and makes them taste like Ferrero Rocher.
Batman straight up cuts you a check for $600. And Alfred drives you home.