Beavis and Butt-Head creator Mike Judge revealed that, while creating the new film in the franchise, Beavis and Butthead Do the Universe, he was inspired by none other than Marvel and DC comic book artist Jack Kirby.
Judge told Den of Geek that he looked to Kirby specifically for the way that he drew hands. When attempting to differentiate between two versions of Beavis and Butt-Head, Judge thought of the iconic artist. "Google Jack Kirby hands," he instructed his interviewer, explaining that playing around with poses inspired by Kirby helped him formulate the "smart" versions of Beavis and Butt-Head.
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Twenty-two years ago, Hollywood was introduced to the glorious cast of characters known as the X-Men, and it hasn’t looked back since. The past two decades has seen a whopping 13 movies based on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s beloved comic series, which range from films about the whole X-Men clan to origin stories for individual characters, like Wolverine and Deadpool.
What’s so great about the X-Men movies is that they all stand pretty well on their own. But, like most franchises, (especially within the MCU), there are also a ton of sneaky little threads that hold them all together and make the X-universe a fairly cohesive one.
Though you really can watch these movies in any order, there is a way to watch the X-Men movies in chronological order. You can witness the characters evolve from when the gang first banded together during the Cold War (“X-Men: First Class”) to the most recent events (for now) in the year 2029 (“Logan”).
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