We're told that "a colossal work of art, composed of a legion of insect bodies, takes center stage in Schiffer's living room." But strangely, no pictures of this colossus are available ... possibly because all of the photographers have been ensnared in her bottle traps until they agree to summon their "suspiciously good friend" Spider-Man.
Michael B. Jordan Loves Anime
Michael B. Jordan may be one pesky B away from the most famous basketball star in history, but he's had a pretty impressive career of his own, from The Wire to Black Panther to Gears Of War 4. And when he's not busy acting, he's hard at work on an even more demanding career: not being embarrassed by anime.
Jordan's interest in anime has gone beyond "cute press junket story" and well into obsession territory. His Twitter feed is a constant stream of anime references and commentary, he wants to go to Tokyo to be one of those tourists, and his Killmonger outfit from Black Panther intentionally bears a passing resemblance to Vegeta's armor from Dragon Ball Z.
Marvel StudiosThey ignored his ideas for Killmonger to go Super Wakandan and sprout lightning-blond hair.
And if you're currently snorting, pushing your glasses up your nose, and sighing, "Oh, I get it, he only likes mainstream anime for casuals. Let me know when he's got an educated opinion on Serial Experiments Lain and Makoto Shinkai," Jordan insists that he makes easy references for the benefit of his many fans who are uneducated in anime. You can read up on the man and judge for yourself whether or not that's true ... right after we're done giving you the most well-deserved wedgie in history.
Mark is on Twitter and has a book.
Psst. Catch up on your Naruto and you might actually have something in common with the dude.
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