Arts

09/01/2014

Marvel superheroes as too-cute animals

Magneto Mike Del Mundo Animal Variant

(From Lost at e Minor) Don’t worry, Wolverine isn’t become cute and cuddly just yet.

These illustrations are just in celebration of the All-New Marvel NOW! A series of alternate comic covers are being released where our favorite superheroes are reimagined as “cute, adorable animals.”

Some of your most loved characters have been turned into critters in this collection, from the X-Men illustrated as cats to the Fantastic Four redesigned as a very approachable pack of furry friends on a toy train.

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