The First one is Mystique , originally, Mystique true nature is a woman who always comfortable running around naked. As a shapeshifter, Raven has the ability to change her form into anyone any genders even a statue perfectly, without any flaws. She also able to create her own clothing using her own skin. Cyclops sends Logan after Mystique in order to finally take her down for everything she has done to the X-Men. He tracks her to the Middle East and must hunt her through the various disguises she ad He tracks her to the Middle East and must hunt her through the various disguises she adopts.
Yep, the Hulk stripped down for ESPN's The Body Issue.
But from time to time, your favorite superheroes have been known to don far less than even that leotard. While many designs as of late have opted for more realistic designs and proportions, including armored uniforms and more functional costumes. Obviously, not all of these are by choice, and some are the result of circumstances beyond control such as battle damage or imprisonment. Regardless, these characters let it all hang out, for better or for worse. We only had one rule for this, and that was no comics of an adult nature; that would be cheating, after all.
As exciting as those things may be, the cream of the crop is the introduction of a Guardians of the Galaxy ride at Disney's California Adventure theme park. Now, for generations to come, young kids will interact with characters who - just a few years ago - were essentially unknown by 99 percent of the U. If that's not a victory in terms of long-term customer acquisition, I don't know what is. Not everything is perfect for the company though. Despite all that, the publisher sure has come a long way since declaring bankruptcy in Not only did they build a movie studio from nothing, but they were acquired by Disney, one of the largest media conglomerates in the world. There's no better time to look back at some of Marvel's most embarrassing moments than when they are riding high. Everyone has a few skeletons in their closet, and a major entertainment company is no different. Marvel has had its fair share of inappropriate covers - some of which you'll see further down on the list - but this might be one of the weirdest. There's nothing wrong with borrowing ideas from Gulliver's Travels , but things get weird when you notice the giant hand exiting the cave.