There are all sorts of clever vanity plates out there and a lot of them are very nerdy, but this one has to be the best of the lot. It was captured by Redditor funboixero on a car in Houston, Texas. Looks like the Professor has one badass set of wheels when he’s not busy getting things done at the school. And yes, the owner was in a wheelchair, but no word on whether or not he was bald.

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The Deadpool movie has been confirmed, and now we’re getting details on exactly where it stands in the cinematic universe. According to X-Men: Days of Future Past writer and producer Simon Kinberg in an interview with Comicbook.com:

“There’s definitely a sort of overall plan that we’ve all been talking about for the X-Men universe now,” Kinberg explained, “and Deadpool obviously fits into that. So yeah, I guess I would say it’s part of certainly an overall timeline and thought process that goes into these films, some of which is inspired by the comics and some which is inspired by seeing what Marvel’s done with telling a larger tapestry and linking all those movies together, even as they stand independently as well. The same kind of thought is going to go into these X-Men movies at Fox.”

The film is set to hit theaters on February 12, 2016 so we’ve still got a bit of a wait to see exactly how they manage to tie it all together.

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Remember when that Deadpool movie test footage leaked and everyone was really bummed because it reminded us just how much we wanted a Deadpool movie?

Prepare to be made happy. Variety reported yesterday that we’ll be getting a Deadpool movie on February 12, 2016 and it’ll be a spin-off of X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Like the test footage, it will star Ryan Reynolds and be directed by Tim Miller. It’s also being produced by Marvel’s Kevin Feige and Lauren Shuler Donner, which makes me feel like it’ll be in good hands.

It’s a long time to wait, but I think it’ll be worth it.

(via The Mary Sue)


There is all sorts of stuff on Craigslist and sometimes it’s even free. In those cases, people generally want to clear out clutter—but this is just unreal. Apparently, this huge X-Men arcade cabinet was up for free and redditor Zappletree snagged it. We’re not sure if it works but, either way, it might be even cooler than this $8 Dalek dress one girl found recently at her local Goodwill.

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Funko mines all sorts of sources for their Pop! series, and they’ve recently taken a trip into the past to visit the classic X-Men. A new vinyl figure collection focuses on six iconic X-Men characters including: Cyclops, Professsor X, Magneto, Mystique, Colossus, and Storm. You’ll be able to pick up the superheroes and villains in stores this November/December.

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Wolverine Autopsy

It’s old news now that Marvel Comics intends to kill the mutant hero Logan AKA Wolverine. Wolverine’s been one of Marvel’s most popular superheroes for a while and he’s basically the lead character of every X-Man movie, so his loss should have a tremendous impact. But will it? Comics are known for superheroes and villains seemingly dying only to return later, and the odds of resurrection seem to increase if you’re a mutant or in a book with an “X” in the title. There was this time when we saw Wolverine get stabbed through the stomach and then the autopsy revealed it wasn’t him but a shape-shifting alien who took his place while we weren’t looking. Oh, and that time Logan actually did die alongside his teammates in Dallas.

That having been said, here’s a quick list of some prime examples of false deaths and literal resurrections that have happened in the X-Men family of comics. To keep this from becoming a novel, we won’t include cases when time travel or the Infinity Gauntlet has been used to prevent a death from happening in the first place.

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This is without a doubt the most perfect display possible for the X-Men films. Dave Delisle of Dave’s Geeky Ideas came up with the idea, which is sadly not a real thing that you can buy. The centerpiece of the display is Magneto, who’s standing with his arms spread as though he’s making the discs hover in midair. This isn’t the first time he’s come up with an amazing display case. He’s got lots of geeky creations including one for Doctor Who and The Avengers.

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Jon Hamm as Cable

At one point, it seemed likely that the next X-Men film would focus on X-Force. Now that they’ve announced X-Men: Apocalypse though, it’s up in the air. There are enough comic book films flying around that I think it could still happen, and if it does, Cable will probably appear. Cable co-creator Rob Liefeld posted a picture of Jon Hamm as the character for fun and says he’d be perfect. Based on this image, I agree one hundred percent.



Colin Furze may not be a mutant, but the British inventor is quickly creating an arsenal of mutant weapons. He’s already made a set of Wolverine claws and Magneto magnetic boots, so playing with fire was the logical next step. Witness the glory of these Pyro flamethrowers that shoot flames 12-feet from Furze’s wrists.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past has done rather well at the box office, but this short clip might be better than the movie. It features the younger X-Men actors impersonating the older X-Men actors. Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy are put on the spot by Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen and it’s hilarious. After the McKellen/Stewart bromance adventure in NYC, it’s nice to see they’re still having fun.

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