Top Ten Marvel Tweets for Monday, July 13, 2020
We’re excited to share our Top Ten Marvel Tweets for Monday, July 13, 2020. We hope you enjoy these tweets as much as we did!
— Alex Ross (@thealexrossart) July 13, 2020
What a great way to get some Monday motivation flowing. Check out these fantastic creations of Spider-Man, Iron-Man and Captain America.
1998 Promotion Art
1998 promo art for Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. pic.twitter.com/JbUjL8S5IY
— NBA Jam (the book) (@nbajambook) July 14, 2020
Above, is the promotion art for Marvel v.s. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes.
This promotion art was created in 1998.
Warrior. Scrapper. King of Asgard. pic.twitter.com/HhuDUyNlYu
— Marvel UK & Ireland (@MarvelUK) July 13, 2020
Did you know that Valkyrie is based on the Norse mythological figure Brynhildr? The Marvel character was created by Roy Thomas and John Buscema.
Given a Second Chance
marvel movies i thought were 'meh' but ended up really liking after a rewatch pic.twitter.com/jKaQaouvkM
— daniel ? (@dannyonfilm) July 13, 2020
We hear the same thing over and over again about the Doctor Strange movie! If you only saw it once and thought it was just okay, we highly recommend you checking it out again.
— Todd Nauck (@ToddNauck) July 13, 2020
This is awesome, great work Todd!
This frequent foe of Thor looks fantastic in the art commission above.
Captain Marvel (2019)
Captain Marvel (2019) pic.twitter.com/I4tO6RdPn9
— abbie ✵ (@carxldanvers_) July 13, 2020
We will always appreciate the still shots that are captured from the movies.
These four iconic shots of Captain Marvel can give you a glimpse into the Universe.
Tony Stark and Carol Danvers
— Levbby (@NaughtyDawwg) July 13, 2020
Speaking of Captain Marvel, some fans are upset that the female superhero and Tony Stark wont be able to create a dynamic similar to the comics.
At this point, we trust the people pulling the strings to create new dynamics between other characters now that Stark is supposedly out of the MCU.
Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing
MODOK, one of Marvel’s most devious and dangerous villains, is taking on Earth's Mightiest Heroes in @PlayAvengers this September. @BillRosemann details some of his most memorable moments in our latest #MarvelGamesComicConnection! https://t.co/HuEgb4Vfox
— Marvel Games (@MarvelGames) July 13, 2020
This September, get ready to assemble and take on M.O.D.O.K.
Are you excited for the Marvel Avengers video game?
— Marvel Contest of Champions (@MarvelChampions) July 11, 2020
Two very different superheroes, both hailing from the great country of Canada!
Out of these two Marvel heroes, which is your favorite?
Marvel Easter Egg
The reality number of Marvel's Spider-Man universe Earth-17628 is an Easter Egg/reference to the first appearance of this universe. This universe was first appeared in Marvel's Spider-Man Origin Shorts "Introduction!" which was aired in 2017, June 28 (17/6/28). pic.twitter.com/fqATfOB5N0
— Daily Marvel's Spider-Man (@EARTH_17628) July 13, 2020
Were you aware of this Easter Egg? We were not!
We love when companies throw in aspects you really need to dig for to understand.