Yes, that’s Mole Man doing the ol’ trilby hat-tip and courtly creep-bro greeting. Genius like that which you see above is why The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is one of Marvel’s best comics.
Frank Castle was cruising through New York City looking for criminals to kill, as he does. Hey, look, it’s the Supreme Monarch of Latveria! Time for some punishment! Or is it?
I really hope petty Hollywood bullshit isn’t the reason for the big change in the new Squirrel Girl comic.
Squirrel Girl started as a joke, a character so implausibly silly that you had to laugh at her even in her victories. But, a funny thing happened after the character got her own series: people started laughing with her.
What happens when Marvel’s most powerful hero takes on Anaheim’s annual comic book convention? That’s a silly question.
Ladies and gentlemen, Squirrel Girl is now live in Gazillion Entertainment's free-to-play MMO, Marvel Heroes. As LEGO Marvel Super Heroes doesn't come out until Tuesday and Super Hero Squad doesn't count, Marvel Heroes is the first, and therefor best.
When a Capcom public relations manager brings his A game to my Gamescom Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 session, my only possible line of defense is Squirrel Girl, a Marvel character so powerful she doesn't appear in the game.