Tag - X-Men

Four Color Fury: What Do Marvel Comics...

I remember a time when Marvel heroes used to fight Marvel villains. But apparently the main reason a hero and a villain will go toe to toe is if the villains have been recruited by the "good" heroes to go smack the "renegade" heroes. It's...

Hugh Jackman’s Movements Are...

This mashup of Hugh Jackman‘s diverse career into a single movie reflects about the only storyline they haven’t used on Wolverine in the comics…yet. Direct link for the feedreaders. Found via VideoSift.

This Just In: X-Men Minimates

The Minimates from Art Asylum are an interesting example of American consumer-driven miniaturization. Kind of like how mini-Ritz crackers are preferred by some to regular Ritz crackers, Minimates is apparently where somebody said...

Behold…Marvel’s Newest...

Kidding. Defamer, Lords of the Hollywood Snark, have placed online images of the Xmas card coming out of X-Men 3 (click to see the whole shebang). I don’t know what’s more terrifying about this pic…Ratner as Wolverine, or...

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse Xbox

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse –...

Doc says, "With an expanded roster, more powers, and a new story, the game on the surface looks more like an expansion pack to the first game than a true follow-up, but don't let the re-use of last year's graphics engine fool you: this game...

X-Men: The Legend of Wolverine (1992)...

Film: DVD: Written by: Michael Edens, Len Wein, Len Uhley, Ted Pedersen, Francis Moss, based on the comic book published by Marvel Comics and created by Stan Lee and Jack KirbyDirected by: Larry HoustonStarring the Voices of: Cal Dodd...

X2: X-Men United (2003)- Movie Review

Written by: Michael Dougherty & Daniel P. Harris, based on a story by David Hayter, Zak Penn & Bryan Singer, which was in turn based on the comic book originally created by Stan LeeDirected by: Bryan SingerStarring: Hugh Jackman...

X-Men movie poster

X-Men (2000) – Movie Review

Rather than making huge slip-ups that miss the heart of the source material (the chainguns on the Bat-plane in the first Batman movie spring to mind), it instead manages to deliver what no other adaptation has: a truly ensemble piece that...