You’d have to imagine that, being holed up in that big mansion in Westchester County, Cyclops, Storm, Beast, and, of course, Wolverine, would need something to do to pass the time. Obviously, reading is always a good way to fill up those hours when you aren’t training to battle Magneto. Chad Miller, who
created discovered these mutant-friendly books featuring laser eyes and claws made of Adamantium, has collected some of the best books for people with special abilities at his Tumblr, X-Men Classics, and we’re happy to present a few of our favorites.
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Marvel, DC, and Pixar are three of the most titanic forces in entertainment, each with its own set of iconic characters and distinct aesthetic — that is, until now. Phil Postma, who runs the geek blog Minion Factory, has transposed Marvel and DC’s cast of superheroes and supervillains into Pixar’s instantly recognizable animation style. The result is a bizarro world where Peter Parker looks like the guy from Ratatouille and Magneto could have come straight out of The Incredibles. Postma has done similar work with the casts of Star Wars and Star Trek, but the comic-Pixar mashup is his most seamless yet. Take a look at the makeovers, which we discovered via io9, below.