Black Panther made his first appearance 52 years ago in Fantastic Four #52. Which makes this the perfect time to look back at how Black Panther has evolved, starting with his genesis in 1965 and debut the following year. To celebrate, our friends over at HalloweenCostumes.com Came up with this cool infographic to celebrate. They’ve included every major costume within the mainstream Marvel Comics continuity except for designs worn for only a short time. They also included a look at his Marvel Cinematic Universe appearances plus three other superheroes who briefly took up the mantle as Black Panther. Continue Reading →
In theory, we’re nowadays allowed to get together with pretty much anyone we like. And yet, at a psychological level, we aren’t free to love just any suitable person. We have a type – and strangely and awkwardly, these types are often not those who stand a chance of making us maximally happy.
Tim Burton is one of the most notable directors, writers and producers in the world today. His style is incredibly unique and distinctive – you can spot one of his movies from a mile away – and his catalogue includes offerings ranging from Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands to Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie. Intriguingly, some fans have theorised that all of Burton’s original movies are connected and do, in fact, exist in the same universe (note that this theory does NOT include movies that weren’t Burton originals – so there will be no mention of the Batman movies, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sleepy Hollow, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Alice in Wonderland or Planet of the Apes, for example). In this video, we’ll delve a lot deeper into that theory. The full list of movies that will be included here are Beetlejuice, Corpse Bride, Edward Scissorhands, Frankenweenie, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Vincent, while some of the characters who’ll be getting mentioned include the dogs Sparky, Zero and Scraps, Sally, two different Victors, Dr. Finkelstein, Mr. Burgermeister, Finis Everglot, Lydia Deetz and Jack Skellington. We really want to know what you think about this theory – did Tim Burton really plot all of this over the course of a thirty+ year period?