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Meet Vision, Marvel's New Badass Robotic Avenger

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I want this for our living room wall. In fact... I don't think I can come up with a more appropriate quote for my 5-year-old.

Thanos was subject to the Deviant gene at birth. As a result, Thanos became like that of a 'mutant' of Titan (the sixth moon of Saturn) where he developed a purple, hide-like skin which allowed him to absorb cosmic energy at an atomic level, then manipulate it into kinetic force by conscious choice. Along with strength and other physical abilities making him the most powerful Titan. The mutation also augmented the powers he possessed as a descendant of the Eternals.

Darkseid (pronounced "Darkside") is a fictional character, supervillain in the DC Comics universe. Created by writer-artist Jack Kirby, he first appeared in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134 in 1970. Darkseid is one of the most powerful and evil characters in the DC Universe. A being of unparalleled strength. His eyes emit Omega beams that can disintegrate, teleport, or resurrect depending on his wishes. His sole mission in life is to find and gain control over the Anti-Life Equation giving…

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My favorite Cyclops the giant "X" over the eyes is badass

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This Original Spider-Man Cover Is Now The Most Expensive Piece Of Comic Art In History

"The Amazing Spider-Man" Issue #328, known for breaking the record for most expensive comic book cover in 2012 at $675,250. Todd MacFarlane's revolutionary twist to the cover saw the action between Spider-Man and the Hulk affecting the elements of the comic's title information.

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Unused Designs for Hulkbuster, Vision, and Ultron in AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON


Namor's first Silver Age issue! Subby's life after the war, how the villain Destiny robbed him of his memory, how the other Human Torch (Johnny Storm of the FF) brought it back. History lesson courtesy of Roy Thomas; visual aids by John Buscema.