Top Ten Marvel Tweets for Monday, June 8, 2020
We’re excited to share our Top Ten Marvel Tweets for Monday, June 8, 2020. We hope you enjoy these tweets as much as we did!
Avengers: Infinity War
Avengers: Infinity War pic.twitter.com/fUiroyCimm
— CBM Shots (@CBMshots) June 8, 2020
We love this short scenes that are shared to Twitter!
Check out Thor about to take off, these GIFs are super clear.
C.C. Beck BOTD
— ComicsintheGoldenAge (@ComicsintheGA) June 8, 2020
Artist C.C. Beck was born on this day in 1910.
Beck was responsible for co-creating the original Captain Marvel and more iconic characters.
— Nolan Comedy (@toomuchprotein) June 8, 2020
We love the Geico Gecko, a “friend” who has been with us on TV commercials for the past twenty two years!
Here is the Gecko wearing Thanos’ glove!
Another Birthday Shout!
Happy birthday to C.C. Beck, Captain Marvel's co-creator! pic.twitter.com/tpA2zSMhJi
— Captain Marvel-ology! (@CaptMarvelology) June 8, 2020
Marvel fans made sure to “pay their respects” to Mr. Beck.
Check out these throwback images! I wonder how surprised C.C. Beck would be to observe the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe today/
Free Comic Book Day
— IGN (@IGN) June 8, 2020
New X-Men and Spider-Man / Venom books are on the way!
The two books will be releasing on July 15 and July 22nd.
Black Panther Fun Fact
The first Black Panther teaser trailer came out June 9, 2017 (the movie released February 16, 2018)#ReleaseTheEternalsTrailer
— Jeremy Conrad (@ManaByte) June 8, 2020
Jeremy Conrad took to Twitter yesterday to share this fact about the first Black Panther teaser, which was two years ago today!
Betsy Braddock the former Psylocke and currently Captain Britain of the Marvel Universe ? excalibur is being amazing ? pic.twitter.com/S8wpHynsNV
— Vinícius Almeida (@VinnySAart) June 8, 2020
Betsy Braddock was created in 1976. She is currently the Captain Britain of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Before becoming Captain Britain, Betsy played Psylocke.
Next on Marvel Unlimited. Is this a big deal or something? pic.twitter.com/v7xxQgdv9z
— Tim Price – The Podcrasher (@timprice17) June 9, 2020
Check out this throwback Marvel comic cover. This one shows the Fantastic Four ‘The coming of Galactus’.
The research I did shows that these specific comics were rolled out in the 1960s.
Strike Force Event!
— MARVEL Strike Force (@MarvelStrikeF) June 9, 2020
Jean Grey, the Dark Phoenix will return in the Phoenix Rising Legendary Event!
Have you ever played Marvel Strike Force? What are your thoughts?
— ComicBook.com (@ComicBook) June 8, 2020
It is being reported that the working title for the Marvel Hawkeye show will be “Anchor Point”.
We cannot wait for this and so many others to come out!