Game of Thrones is a book series known for its meticulously crafted world and expansive cast of colorful characters. Now while you’d series creator George R.R. Martin would have an encyclopedic knowledge of the inner machinations of the world of Westeros, the author occasionally once sheepishly admitted that he has to fact check his novels with his fans.
The Deadpool movie was a cinematic paradox in that it was a monstrous, runaway success despite near enough everyone at Fox saying it was going to flop like mattress being kicked off a building. Of these naysayers none were more vocal than Tom Rothman, a man who near singlehandedly held back the movie and character for several years.
The Hulk is a Marvel comic character defined by his tumultuous and occasionally violent relationship with his alter ego, Bruce Banner. Curiously, while the Hulk often boasts about the fact he is “the strongest there is”, the comics have established that Banner actually calls more of the shots than you’d think.
Wombats are often characterized as docile, skittish creatures that shrivel away confrontation like a dick being dipped in liquid nitrogen. In truth, the wombat is a surprisingly agile and dangerous foe thanks in part to its attack-proof asshole.
The wolverine is an animal endemic to North America (amongst other places) known for its powerful, stocky build and complete inability to give even a fraction of what lesser animals know as fucks. Famous for its ferocity and hunting prowess, the creature will quite literally fight anything that crosses its path.