Yes, Deadpool is now an Avenger in Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” comic book universe. He even got an ID card signed by Barack Obama and everything. But even though he’s earned the right to be one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, not everyone on his team actually agrees with that sentiment.
Hasbro’s Marvel Legends Infinite line has given us some amazing superhero toys over the years—but a modern take on Rogue’s classic Jim Lee design has eluded the series for 12 years, and there hasn’t been a new Rogue full stop since 2006. That’s about to change however, in the best possible way.
Even though I've never chased a sip of creamy beer with a a few squirts of cock sauce, I know Sriracha is going to make it better. Hot sauce makes everything better. Just to make sure, though, I poured myself a glass of Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout Beer.
Although X-Men: Days of Future Past managed to incorporate almost every movie X-Man past, there was very little of Anna Paquin's Rogue in it. And yet apparently director Bryan Singer shot a great deal of Rogue footage — footage that will be included in a new edition of the movie which Fox will release on Blu-ray later…
Rogue, everyone's favorite southern belle, is immediately identifiable because of the white streak in her hair. I believe her particular white streak is caused by a medical condition known as sexy-itis, but what causes real white streaks to appear in people's hair?
X-Men: Days of Future Past reunites many of the cast members from the earlier X-Men film trilogy, but one previously announced character will be absent: Anna Paquin's Rogue, whose scene ended up on the cutting room floor.
It might occasionally come in handy as a bit of fill light for a shot, but your DSRL's pop-up flash is a poor substitute for a dedicated flash perched atop your camera. It makes sense why it sucks; it's designed to be small and compact enough to fold away. But with Rogue's Safari Flash Booster added to the mix, all of…
Art nouveau heroines are the latest trend among fan artists, but Hanie Mohd has added a fashionable touch, draping Marvel's superheroines in long, flowing dresses based on their slim-fitting costumes.
Mutant haute couture tends to begin and end with leather jackets, pouches, not-battlefield-worthy corsets, and blue-and-yellow school uniforms that leave nothing to the imagination.
No, it won't make time go faster, but telling time with a series of connected LED-illuminated blocks does make counting the minutes a bit more enjoyable.
Reader Corey relays his explosive tale, filled with luxury coupes, detonating phones and chemicals in the eye.
The artist behind comics awesomeness like The Amazing Joy Buzzards and Gyakushu is dropping all sorts of technicolor science on his blog — including Frankenstein's Monster, a shredded Wolverine, and Batman-James Bond amalgams.
Just when we'd sort of gotten over Tokyoflash's watch design, they announce the Rogue, a wristpiece that refreshes their LED-driven sci-fi style while staying true to their confounding time-telling design. The death-green flavor LCD is standard on the Rogue, but the watch comes in silver and gunmetal (otherwise known…
Marvel Comics knows a good tease when it sees one, which might explain the latest, wordless image that they've released in support of a mystery project. All we know about this shadowy femme fatale is that she's somehow connected to the letter X and the number 2009, but if you come under the jump, you can see the whole…
Hands up who had one of those wooden Labyrinths round which you had to maneuver a silver marble without dropping it down a hole or biting your tongue off in the process? Knowing just how powerful a marketing tool nostalgia can be, Nissan has used the concept for the commercial for their new Rogue SUV. [TokyoMango]