Awesome Variations of The Avengers Take Center Stage

The Avengers was highly successful following its release in 2012 where it grossed over US$1.5 billion in box office sales. During that time many of the heroes from the movie have become more popular with many new fans across the globe. Some persons have shown their passion for the Marvel title by creating various illustrations.

 

Nickelodeon Toon Avengers

 

 

This Avengers depiction featuring Nickelodeon characters isn’t quite shabby. We can’t help but wonder though, was Doug really more appropriate that Danny Phantom for the Captain America role?

 

Minions Avengers

We are not sure the Minions needed a “make over” but what we do know is that they are definitely cooler in ‘Avenger Mode’. I wonder if the creator is Nick Fury? I suppose we will have to draw our own conclusions.

 

Adventure Time or Avenger Time?

To be honest, Adventure Time is more for the “modern” kids but Avenger Time does have a ring to it. This artist even added Loki and Nick Fury for a nice touch.

 

Disney Style Avengers

Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time and Nick Toons appeared so you know Disney wasn’t going to be the odd one out or should we say the odd team out. In all honesty, we are surprised there is a gender change for Captain America, Mickey Mouse would have fit the bill perfectly.

Sailor Avenger or Captain Moon?

Oh Nostalgia you never desert us do you? Sailor Moon was possibly one of the most popular cartoons back in the 90s. It had what we will call “The Powerpuff Girl Effect” (You heard it here first), that is everyone thought it was cool, watched it, but boys would deny they did. We are use to Sailor scouts in cute minis but I am sure a woman dressed for combat may tickle a few persons fancy.

PokeVengers? What?

Got to catch them all? More like got to mutate them all. Pokemon are already incredibly powerful if you take into context their strength with real world implications. Adding the Avengers touch is cool but also terrifying.

Puppy Avengers

Awe they are so adorable, we simply couldn’t resist tossing in this cute bonus. We wont vouch for them having the ability to save the world but at least they are able to put a smile on your face.

Top 10 Movies of 2012 That Will Blow You Away

With movies such as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Descendants and Warrior in 2011, Hollywood certainly has heightened our expectations even more. 2012 has so far seen the release of The Grey being critically acclaimed with numerous highly anticipated titles still to come. So, today, here is a list of some of the most anticipated movies of 2012.

No 10. John Carter

Release date: 9 March

Rife with electrifying visual effects and creative sound mixing, John Carter is director Andrew Stanton’s first live-action film.

This movie is about a civil war veteran John Carter, who is transplanted to Mars. There he discovers a lush, wildly diverse planet whose main inhabitants are 12-foot tall green barbarians. Finding himself a prisoner of these creatures, he escapes, only to encounter Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium, who is in desperate need of a savior.

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No 9. The Avengers

Release date: 4 May

You have got to be kidding if you have something against the Avengers, after all, it is pure entertainment; filled with large-scale battle scenes and high-speed chases in two-and-a-half hours of seat-shaking action and eye-popping visual effects.

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No 8. Battleship

Release date: 18 May

Peter Berg brings us a movie about a fleet of ships forced to battle an armada of unknown origins in order to discover and thwart their destructive goals. This movie again, is heavily supported by CGI including innovative water special effects. Furthermore, this movie promises to be scientifically accurate – well, let’s wait on that.

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No 7. Men in Black III

Release date: 25 May

Do you need to know more than the title? 10 years after the second movie in the trilogy, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back! Barry Sonnenfeld is the director and Steven Spielberg the executive producer. The film boasts modern-looking weapons and creepier aliens all in 3D.

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