All four of the “Meet the Characters” trailers for X-Men: First Class, featuring Xavier and Lensherr’s “gifted youngsters” – Banshee, Havok, Beast and Mystique. Collated by YouTube user rareru12.
You’re probably sick of the first 10 seconds by now, but trust us, this is the meatiest trailer yet. We would have loved it if the movie retained the original roster, but that’s just a minor quibble.
Thie latest trailer for the upcoming movie X-Men: First Class is even more ominous than the first one. Also gives us our first look at the movie’s version of Banshee. We’re digging the retro uniforms.
Ah, DIY’ers: Check out these katana blades and some homemade housing that, when combined, make a tidy little pair of Wolverine claws that pop out at will (by moving your arm). (Thanks Nick!)
X-Men: First Class charts the epic beginning of the X-Men saga, and reveals a secret history: Prof X and Magneto were not archenemies at first – they were, in fact, the closest of friends. Coming 06/11.
Check out Everett Bradford’s Prometheus Device, inspired by X-Men’s Pyro: a homemade, wrist-mounted flamethrower, controlled by the position of your hand. Kids, don’t even think about it.
The only thing we’re wondering after watching Hugh Jackman’s funny/peculiar commercial for Lipton Iced Tea, which features Wolverine busting all kinds of moves, is what can he do with decaf?
Daniel Valdez’s Steampunk Professor X. Wheelchair is epic: made with a 150 year-old rocking chair, it’s powered with Arduino/Adafruit and has chilled vodka and cranberry juice on tap.
The X-Men’s militant counterparts, X-Force, get a detailed polystone diorama that Cable would be proud of; it features Warpath, Wolfsbane, X-23, and Wolverine, the latter with two portraits.
No claws or sideburns, but this Wolverine Jacket is an official replica from the first X-Men film with hand-distressed genuine leather, metal dog tags, and an X-Men sew-in label.
The claws aren’t made out of Adamantium, but this Wolverine Premium Format Figure is pretty close to the real Logan in full battle pose; it stands 17″ high with a real fabric costume.
Fans of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday’s original Astonishing X-Men run will love the Omnibus: totaling 672 pages, it includes all 24 issues and Giant Size Astonishing X-Men #1.
Fans of the Wolverine and the X-Men cartoon will want to dig their claws into these Logan, Magneto, and Wolverine 10″ statues and giant 1:2 busts; they’ll be available soon.
Above is the first full trailer for X-Men: Gifted motion comic, penned by Joss Whedon and illustrated by Captain America’s John Cassaday; it’ll be available on iTunes October 28.
Marvel, Warren Ellis and Japan’s Madhouse are teaming up for an anime version of Iron Man (plus Wolverine and two other series); they’ll appear in 2010 on Japan’s Animax channel.
Comic plotlines can be convoluted, but this X-Men Relationship Chart gives soap operas a run for their money; it’s got everything from one-night stands to alternate reality relationships.
New Era and Marvel team up for this Wolverine cap, part of their X-Men Faces collection; the patch with Logan is cool, but we’re digging the claw cutouts at the back and sides.
We never fancied Hugh the Broadway-type, but Wolverine: The Musical is pure gold, albeit way off-Broadway: “I’ll chop apart that redwood tree and slice the wings off of a bee…”
Wolverine’s just around the corner, so bone-up on your mutant mythology with the X-Men Trilogy three-disc Blu-ray set; the trilogy is on the first two discs and a digital copy on the last.
Just in case you thought Wolverine’s claws were decorative, this Uncaged Trailer is basically 1 minute 40 seconds of Logan tearing into everything; dude’s got serious issues.
Easily the best X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer yet, there’s quite a bit more to sink our teeth/retractable claws into, with more plot exposition and tons of X-Men character reveals.
No shaky cam footage or whacked out angles here: the official X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer is above, and while it’s light on FX, we’re liking the dark and foreboding tone.
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