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Talented artist FerioWind combined two favorite pop culture worlds: Marvel and Pokemon.  In each of these pictures, Avengers major players have been paired with fitting Pokemon.  Thor and his electrics, Loki and his dark types, etc. etc. I particularly like the irony of Hulk’s Pokemon being the cuddliest.  I suppose it calms him.  I am a generation 1 + 2 man, so some of these don’t register with me, but combining Hawkeye and Pidgeot was a good call.  Below I’ve compiled all their individual profiles with the addition of Agent Phil and others!

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This is a really cool list.  From Cracked, we have this article about several pieces of art [movie, drawing, etc.] that were created by fans that are significantly better than the original.  For example, someone has taken the Star Wars trilogy and and essentially revamped it to match true fan expectations.  They aligned blaster pistols, cauterized proper wounds, removed useless background things added by George Lucas and even seen above, they added a medal for Chewie!!  Check out all the changes and the other 5 interesting entries in the jump below.

Fan Art Better than the Original

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College Humor has created another hilarious video.  This one is a hypothetical situation where Bruce Banner and his girlfriend are getting a little frisky.  She wants one thing, he wants something else, and what ensues is pretty hilarious.  Not to mention fairly well done.  I understand that these days College Humor is pretty well established and they have quite the budget to play with, but CGI of this caliber ain’t that bad.

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I don’t know who came up with this, I highly doubt it’s originally done on SoMuchPun.com, as original content [dubbed OC by the internet] is so hard to claim these days.  But you can’t deny how adorable and hilariously punny this image is.  The poorly shopped glasses make it even better when the characters deliver their one-liners.

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If there was ever a way to start off a very promising blockbuster summer, The Avengers was a proper way to do it.  If there are any movie/Marvel skeptics out there, it takes a lot of stubborn ignorance to deny the marvel (Oh lulz I get it!) of what has been accomplished here.  Starting in 2008 as a vague idea that may or may not form came a movie with so much star power and ambition that it was easy to dismiss this as an action-oriented ‘Valentine’s Day’ that had so many A-listers that each one would eventually be fighting for star power and screen time.  Not only this, but there are 60 years of myth-lore and a rabid fan base that had to be dealt with for this movie to be successful.

It’s almost amazing how it all turned out.  In 4 years, Marvel meticulously planned in each of their corresponding movies how they would  set up this behemoth.  Without these previous movies, character development of these famed heroes would be lost.  So after countless infamous post-credit cut scenes in The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain America, Joss Whedon delivered what was thought to be the impossible.  A coherent, action-packed, well-written 2 and a half hour ride that perfectly balances its down to Earth heroes and deliciously evil villain despite an ambitiously star-studded cast.  Slight spoilers.

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Since Disney now owns Marvel, Disney’s D23 Expo has released the first piece of concept art for the upcoming 2012 film.  I don’t usually do two posts in a day, as I’d run out of fresh material, but this is just too cool to pass up.  Enjoy close ups after the jump.

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Captain America: The Last Avenger.   This marks the last installment before the full length feature including Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, Hawk Eye, Nick Fury and Black Widow all played by Hollywood’sA-Listers.  Whew, that’s a lot of superheroes.  Anyways, this feature is the story of Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, whose power is…well, being American.  That doesn’t sound too convincing as an entertaining superhero movie.  Wait.  Maybe this is like one of those superhero movies where it’s more realistic and the hero is believable and Red Skull, the villain, is a menacing grounded mastermind whose ‘Red Skull’ is a metaphor.  Oh wait, you’re telling me there are blue lasers, powers of the Gods, and a questionable German Hugo Weaving in a Red Skull…Uhhhh.

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