Top Ten Marvel Tweets for Sunday, August 2, 2020
We’re excited to share our Top Ten Marvel Tweets for Sunday, August 2, 2020. We hope you enjoyed these Tweets as much as we did!
Heroes at Home
Life hack. #HeroesAtHome
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— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) August 2, 2020
We love the new ‘Heroes at Home’ campaign. Helping to encourage those to follow guidelines just like our favorite super heroes do.
Above, Wolverine decided to use his claws to create a puzzle from an old photograph.
Master of the mystic arts and the powerful Scarlet Witch… which magical being are you most excited to see next? pic.twitter.com/Qthclm5Oc4
— Marvel UK & Ireland (@MarvelUK) August 2, 2020
Both of these superheroes use magic to their advantage.
Which one are you more excited to see next?
Vincent D'Onofrio tells us he hopes #MarvelStudios brings back Charlie Cox as #Daredevil: "…if they do a Daredevil film or have a Daredevil in one of their films, I only hope that it's Charlie, because I believe in him as Daredevil."https://t.co/mdIAZhdXhc pic.twitter.com/FC9TgPO2DW
— ComicBook.com (@ComicBook) August 2, 2020
Vincent D’Onofrio hopes that Marvel brings back Charlie Cox as the Daredevil.
What do you all think? Do you want to see Charlie play the role again or have Marvel bring in a new talent?
Speaking of Daredevil…
From The Sketchbook: Marvel’s DAREDEVIL — pic.twitter.com/Pb14SiaAhy
— Matthew Dow Smith (@matthewdowsmith) August 2, 2020
Above is a sketch of Daredevil by Matthew Dom Smith.
The loyal readers definitely know this, but to those of you who are new, Twitter is the best place to go to find Marvel artwork. It’s everywhere!
Alex Ross Art
#sundayvibes #SundayFunday #art #marvel covers pic.twitter.com/BrlHoZmjUs
— Alex Ross (@thealexrossart) August 2, 2020
Speaking of artwork, here is an Alex Ross piece.
Alex Ross is one of the most revered comic artists ever!
Wow! Looks like some impressive world building!#Marvel #MCU #ShangChi https://t.co/wKe9B8AAwg
— Grace Randolph (@GraceRandolph) August 2, 2020
The Marvel blockbuster has resumed filming.
Above, one can observe the aerial footage of the Shang-Chi set.
Marvel A Day
Amazing Spider-Man #22, 1965. #MarvelADay #ASM22
"The Clown, And His Masters of Menace!"
Writer: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Cover: Ditko pic.twitter.com/BuQOb2DpeQ
— Marvel A Day (@MarvelADayProj) July 31, 2020
The Amazing Spider-Man #22 from 1965!
This edition was written by the great Stan Lee, the father of Marvel.
This is a Spider-man commission I did a little while ago. #NationalSpiderManDay #SpiderManDay #SpiderMan #SpiderVerse #marvelcomics #comics #comicbookart #comicbooks pic.twitter.com/ZGOFNn9WBq
— Jeff Johnson (@Johnsonverse) August 3, 2020
This is awesome, Jeff! Thank you for sharing.
This commission shows a big-eyed Spider-Man swinging over some city buildings.
Captain Britain #captainbritain #marvelcomics #commissions #mckone pic.twitter.com/RB9rqwfVDY
— mckone (@Mike2112McKone) August 2, 2020
Wow! This is an awesome creation of Captain Britain. How cool would it be if Captain Britain and Captain America were to team up?
Doctor Strange Perfect Shot
— Marvel Perfect Shots (@marvel_shots) August 2, 2020
@Marvel_shots on twitter is a great follow!
Just check out this last tweet, such a well-timed screen grab.