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Kids play act as the Avengers in “ASCHEMBLE!” by Shawn Yap.
It’s clearly inspired by the movie universe, not just in the team line-up but also in the villains seen (Loki, Hydra Red Skull, Crossbones, and Thanos). The “Mew Mew” written on Thor’s hammer is a movie reference, too.
But! I like the little nods to the comics, as well. Hawkeye’s David Aja-style bandaids on his face, obviously, and the inclusion of Falcon and Wasp in animal form.

Kids play act as the Avengers in “ASCHEMBLE!” by Shawn Yap.

It’s clearly inspired by the movie universe, not just in the team line-up but also in the villains seen (Loki, Hydra Red Skull, Crossbones, and Thanos). The “Mew Mew” written on Thor’s hammer is a movie reference, too.

But! I like the little nods to the comics, as well. Hawkeye’s David Aja-style bandaids on his face, obviously, and the inclusion of Falcon and Wasp in animal form.



There seems to be this persistent myth that Bob Kane intended Batman to be a super dark, murderous character who kills criminals all the time and it was only when comics got silly in the Silver Age that DC introduced a “no killing” rule for him. Usually blaming Adam West.
Er, no. Kane and Bill Finger introduced the no guns and no killing thing not long after they invented Batman. See above: a panel from Batman #4, published in the winter of 1940. The brutal “original Batman” existed for about a year and was written out by his own creators.

There seems to be this persistent myth that Bob Kane intended Batman to be a super dark, murderous character who kills criminals all the time and it was only when comics got silly in the Silver Age that DC introduced a “no killing” rule for him. Usually blaming Adam West.

Er, no. Kane and Bill Finger introduced the no guns and no killing thing not long after they invented Batman. See above: a panel from Batman #4, published in the winter of 1940. The brutal “original Batman” existed for about a year and was written out by his own creators.


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