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There’s a mutant who has been on the X-men for several years, but nobody at all ever remembered due to his power of immediately forgetting he existed once he leaves your point of view.

X-Men: ForgetMeNot, Marvel’s Most Forgotten Mutant, Explained In the history of the , there might not be a more forgettable mutant than ForgetMeNot. Not to be confused with Forget-Me-Not from the pages of , this former X-Man is a mutant with the power of imperceptibility, which means when he is not in the direct view …

There’s a mutant who has been on the X-men for several years, but nobody at all ever remembered due to his power of immediately forgetting he existed once he leaves your point of view. Read More »

The Make-a-Wish Foundation granted a child to visit the set of Thor: Ragnarok. When Thor sees Hulk enter the arena on Sakaar, the child said Thor should say “He’s a friend from work!”

Thor: Ragnarok’s ‘Friend From Work Line’ Has A Touching Origin Story One of the standout lines from the Thor: Ragnarok trailers has a surprising and touching origin story. Director Taika Waititi has already revealed that much of Thor: Ragnarok was improvised, but the moment in which Thor first sees the Hulk in a gladiatorial arena …

The Make-a-Wish Foundation granted a child to visit the set of Thor: Ragnarok. When Thor sees Hulk enter the arena on Sakaar, the child said Thor should say “He’s a friend from work!” Read More »

In 1982, the comic strip The Far Side jokingly referred to the set of spikes on a Stegosaurus’s tail as a “thagomizer”. A paleontologist who read the comic realized there wasn’t any official name for the spikes and began using the new word; Thagomizer is now the generally accepted term.

Thagomizer Thagomizer on mounted Stegosaurus tail A thagomizer is the distinctive arrangement of four to ten spikes on the tails of stegosaurid dinosaurs. These spikes are believed to have been a defensive measure against predators. The arrangement of spikes originally had no distinct name; the term Thagomizer was coined in 1982 by cartoonist Gary Larson …

In 1982, the comic strip The Far Side jokingly referred to the set of spikes on a Stegosaurus’s tail as a “thagomizer”. A paleontologist who read the comic realized there wasn’t any official name for the spikes and began using the new word; Thagomizer is now the generally accepted term. Read More »

In 1998 Sony had the chance to buy the rights to almost every Marvel character for 25 million. They opted to only buy the rights to Spider-Man for just 7 million, stating, “Nobody gives a shit about the other Marvel characters.”

Subscribe To Why Sony Only Bought The Rights To Spider-Man From Marvel Updates The history of comic book characters on film is a fascinating one. We are currently living in a golden age of interconnectedness that approaches what has been done in the comic books for decades, at least in the Marvel Cinematic Universe anyway. …

In 1998 Sony had the chance to buy the rights to almost every Marvel character for 25 million. They opted to only buy the rights to Spider-Man for just 7 million, stating, “Nobody gives a shit about the other Marvel characters.” Read More »

In Marvel comics, The Beatles are actually a group of rogue skrulls who came to Earth to invade it but decided that the money and power was better.

John the Skrull John the Skrull is a fictional character, a superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He first appears in Wisdom #1 (November 2006), and was created by Paul Cornell and Trevor Hairsine. As a Skrull, he normally takes the shape of John Lennon. Fictional character biography[edit] John the Skrull’s …

In Marvel comics, The Beatles are actually a group of rogue skrulls who came to Earth to invade it but decided that the money and power was better. Read More »