"The tassel is the skin of a python," weapons master Tommy Dunne reveals. "Then we have a blade that’s cut in and out on either side – basically like a tongue of a snake."
"This is my favorite armor this season," Costume Designer Michele Clapton shares, "We made lots of stamps, and actually created this snakeskin."
Sword master C.C. Smiff discusses filming with actor Hafthór Júlíus Björnsson in costume: “The whole shoot was so hot that it was like fighting in a wok. I know he’s one of the strongest men in the world, but his armor is still very, very heavy. Obviously he had to keep his proteins up and he did a great job.” (x)
On May 13 an MRI found 20 tumors in my husbands brain. On May 15 he could barely breathe and was in a lot of pain. A CT scan that day revealed he had a softball-sized tumor in his lung, tumors in his other lung, his liver and possibly his bones. On our way home from the imaging center our primary…
"THANKS TO A HAPPY COINCIDENCE, THE BEST CALENDAR FOR 2014 IS THE ONE STAN LEE SENT OUT TO MARVEL COMICS FANS 39 YEARS AGO."
"How can you use a calendar from 1975 in 2014? Simply put, all of the days are the same. Calendars regularly repeat with the same day-date combinations as it turns out. (If you really want to go into the math, there’s a fairly involved formula you can use to determine which years are "repeats"). What all this means that in 2014, you can reuse any calendar you happen to have lying around that is from 2003, 1997, 1986, 1975, 1969, etc. and the days and dates will all line up. That’s convenient, because Chicago-area cartoonist Mark Anderson happened to dig up a treasure from his comic vaults: the Mighty Marvel Calendar For 1975."