Need some superhero-sized motivation? Then look no further. Mike Helm’s newest remix takes clips from all three of the hugely successful Iron Man films to create a KILLER song that would be perfect for feeling unstoppable while running, boxing, lifting weights…any sort of intense physical activity (which for me these days is getting out of bed). No matter what you need to get pumped up for, this is definitely worth the listen.
Thanks to College Humor, this may be the only time we ever see Batman, Superman, the Hulk and Thor go up against the likes of Pokémon and Calvin Klein. Yeah, that’s right Calvin Klein because this is a superhero cologne off!
It’s not everyday that you see someone floating over an large amount of water with boats and sea-doo’s driving by. Now, I don’t know if this guy is just having fun or putting on a show for bystands watching over the bridge, but he definitely has a costume on and may think of himself as the real life Aquaman. I’d fall for it.
It seems as though everywhere you look these days, there’s an ad for a new action-superhero movie. We most recently got The Amazing Spiderman and The Dark Knight. (BTW which one did you prefer)?
With all these trilogies going on, people go totally overboard and get really into it; dressing up as Peter Parker or even accessorize with a Batman cape — just to watch the movie in theatres. But if you’re extremely annoyed because your boyfriend rather go watch that instead of the new Nicholas Sparks’ chick-flick, don’t worry. There’s something here to fit your needs. It’s a support group for people who don’t like superhero movies.
Would you argue that Magic Mike is a superhero movie cause Channing Tatum is super-hot?
While Hellboy may not be a superhero who exists in real life, the man who played him on the big screen is awesome enough to take the time and give a little boy named Zachary the best day ever!
Ron Perlman, who starred in ”Hellboy” and “Hellboy 2″, reprised the role of the red-horned superhero for the Make-A-Wish foundation by getting into costume.
But according to Spectral Motion, the special effects company behind the “Hellboy” look, Zachary didn’t just want to meet his favourite superhero. He also wanted to become Hellboy himself!
So with the help of make-up artists, this super-lucky fan’s dreams were fulfilled.
What a lovely and sweet thing for Ron Perlman to do. In this fickle world, it’s nice to see celebrities performing gestures like these for the fans.
Ok, so for the past week or so I’ve been on a Spider-Man: Web of Shadows binge. Nothing but web-slinging through New York, symbiotes and ass-kickery. It has been awesome – definitely the best “comic-book superhero” game I’ve played in some time, if not ever (I wasn’t going to include comic-book just now, but then I remembered inFAMOUS and Prototype). So that got me thinking how many bad superhero games I’ve played. That got me thinking about how much worse those games could have been if they were about even crappier superheroes – I mean, even Spider-Man 3 had Spider-Man in it, right? So, with that in mind, I’d like to present:
5 Superheroes That Should Never Be in Video Games
*disclaimer – if a game has already been made that should contain one of these characters, then there’s no need to mention it – the damage has been done. Read more…