Ever wonder what your favorite superheroes would say to one another in a text thread? Comedians Andrew Ivimey and Diana McCallum have come up with some seriously funny exchanges. Here are some of our favorites - for even more you can visit their site, Texts From Superheroes.
The first full official trailer for the Venom movie dropped, and it's already garnered a staggering amount of thirst from fans everywhere. Can't say we saw this one coming, but hey--- don't put it past Tumblr to surprise the shit out of you on an aggressively regular basis.
There's a lot going on out there in the Marvel and DC universes.
As much as we love comic books, sometimes there are so many storylines and different possible canons out there that we just don't know what to do with ourselves. Sometimes writers have characters complete feats that entirely devalue their other skills and talents, and take away from the characters relatability, which leaves them utterly uninteresting until the next available reboot.
All that aside, here are some facts we came across during our travels that you should know about some of your favorite characters.
There may not be a Marvel movie around the corner, but these cute comics can definitely fill that hole for a few minutes. Flying Mouse 365 has created these whimsical and amusing depictions of what our favorite superheroes and film characters do to really make that dough. The results range from classic to creative. People love 'em so much they're even getting the doodles tattooed on their bodies. That's FOREVER. If you like what you see, visit their official site and buy some of their colorful designs!
We'll never get tired of Avengers memes, and we hope you feel the same way. This trending meme references a scene in Thor: Ragnarok where Loki lies that he's never met his brother Thor in his life. The meme makes fun of the ridiculous plot-hole ignorance of TV characters and more.
These Ant-Man/Thanos memes are all kinds of hilariously twisted. That being said they hit the internet just in time for the hype buildup to Avengers: Endgame. This was clearly just too ripe of an opportunity for the memers and Marvel fans to pass up on. Thank goodness.
It's been eight years since Heath Ledger died from a lethal drug overdose. Heath Ledger's father recently sat down for an interview to discuss his son's truly tragic death.
“The last conversation Kate had with him was this discussion about his medications and she warned him, ‘‘You can’t mix drugs that you don’t know anything about’,” Ledger’s father Kim told news.com.au.
“He said ‘Katie, Katie, I’ll be fine’. Well, that’s a cavalier boy’s answer. It just put his whole system to sleep I guess,” Mr. Ledger said.
Heath's father went on to say that his son wasn't addicted to opioids--he just made the mistake of mixing the wrong drugs. And that Heath's chaotic work schedule had begun to take its toll on the actor.
“There is pressure on everybody, especially young people, to perform and to keep going. He was a young guy that travelled all the time for work. Even as a two-year-old, he hardly ever slept. He was trying to work and travel and do everything in a short space of time.”
RIP Heath Ledger you were a fiercely talented young man, taken from us all too soon.