Make these tasty Lockjaw-inspired dog treats for your favorite pup!

There’s no better way to celebrate the super canine in your life than with delicious treats inspired by the Inhuman teleporting lap dog!  So here’s a recipe that even you can enjoy with your favorite furry friend.

Recipe by Jenn Fujikawa (@justjenn)

Ingredients:

2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup rolled oats
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 cup peanut butter, creamy
1/2 cup pumpkin
1 egg
½ cup water

Directions:

  • In a bowl whisk together the flour, oats, and baking soda. Set aside.
  • In the bowl of an electric mixer, stir together the peanut butter, pumpkin and egg.
  • Alternate the dry ingredients and the water until the dough comes together.
  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and prep baking sheets with parchment or silpats.
  • Pull off pieces of dough and form into the antenna-shape on Lockjaw’s head.
  • Place onto the prepped baking sheets and bake for 10-12 minutes. Let cool on a wire rack.
  • Store in an airtight container or freeze.
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Enjoy the latest episode of the official Marvel podcast, with comics, movies, TV, games, and more!

We’ve got a brand new episode of This Week in Marvel to help you kick off the weekend!

Hear a cavalcade of comics reviews, relive Frank Tieri’s PUNISHER NOIR (1:41:41), plus the latest on Deadpool with editor Jordan D. White, (1:16:21), writer Jeremy Whitley talks UNSTOPPABLE WASP (1:24:26), and all the movies, TV, and games news (57:14) you can handle!

Can’t wait for the next installment of “Marvel’ sGuardians of the Galaxy” to hit theaters? Ryan and Ben are going to get you ready with the next #TWIMURC – GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning! Be sure to share your thoughts with us using the hashtag #TWIMURC!

Download episode #284 of This Week in Marvel from Marvel.com, check out Marvel Podcast Centralgrab the TWiM RSS feed and subscribe to This Week in Marvel on iTunes, so you never miss an episode! We are now also on Soundcloud! Head over now to our new hub to listen to the full run of This Week in Marvel!

This Week in Marvel will focus on delivering all the Marvel info on news and new releases–from comics to video games to toys to TV to film and beyond! New episodes will be released every Thursday (or so) and TWiM is co-hosted by Marvel VP & Executive Editor of Digital Media Ryan “Agent M” Penagos and Marvel Editorial Director of Digital Media Ben Morse, along with Marvel.com Editor Marc Strom, Marvel.com Assistant Editor Christine Dinh, and Manager of Video & Content Production Blake Garris. We also want your feedback, as well as questions for us to answer on future episodes!  Tweet your questions, comments and thoughts about TWiM to @AgentM@BenJMorse, @chrissypedia or @Marvel with the hashtag #ThisWeekinMarvel!

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Writer Nicole Perlman joins us for a Voices of Marvel Segment

For this week’s Women of Marvel Podcast, hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat are joined by screenwriter and comics writer Nicole Perlman for a new Voices of Marvel Segment.

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 141 now!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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The Women of Marvel gather together to roundtable about the history of women working in comics!

In honor of Women’s History Month, we continue the discussion of women working in comics, plus comics for women, with a roundtable discussion with hosts Sana Amanat & Judy Stephens and guests Lorraine Cink and Christina Harrington.

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 140 now!

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Loot Crate has assembled the Marvel Gear and Goods crate for the ultimate Marvel fan. This crate features official Marvel items like collectible home goods, apparel and more every other month!

So you just stopped Thanos from undoing reality (again) and Nova Prime is probably going to spend weeks on the paperwork alone. Here’s an Infinity Gem of an idea: let’s kick off the space boots, head to the backyard and have a COSMIC PARTY! We’re inviting a motley crew of galactic greats and they’re bringing essential party items featuring the Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel herself and the Nova Corps! Order by 5/15 at 9pm PT.

head to LootCrate.com/marvelgear and use promo code MARVELWOMEN to save $3 on your subscription today!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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Trina Robbins and the Bowery Boys join the Women of Marvel for a special podcast!

In honor of Women’s History Month, we bring you a special packed episode of the Women of Marvel featuring comics historian Trina Robbins and Greg Young from the Bowery Boys, plus special guests!

Tune in as hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat chat the history of women working in the comics industry with Trina Robbins, plus her extensive career of writing and editing. Then we welcome half of the Bowery Boys, Greg Young, to talk the importance of NYC in the comics industry and the evolution of

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 139 now!

Check out all the work by Trina Robbins, including her upcoming work here.

And you can listen to episode #187 of the Bowery Boys, Super City: New York and the History of Comic Books.

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Loot Crate has assembled the Marvel Gear and Goods crate for the ultimate Marvel fan. This crate features official Marvel items like collectible home goods, apparel and more every other month!

So you just stopped Thanos from undoing reality (again) and Nova Prime is probably going to spend weeks on the paperwork alone. Here’s an Infinity Gem of an idea: let’s kick off the space boots, head to the backyard and have a COSMIC PARTY! We’re inviting a motley crew of galactic greats and they’re bringing essential party items featuring the Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel herself and the Nova Corps! Order by 5/15 at 9pm PT.

head to LootCrate.com/marvelgear and use promo code MARVELWOMEN to save $3 on your subscription today!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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A new trade paperback collection brings this mystery man to the fore!

A new Marvel collection of comic and prose stories—available now—highlight British vigilante Night Raven and a group of creators whose later work became fan-favorites, including Alan Moore, David Lloyd, Dan Abnett, and Alan Davis.

But wait—who’s Night Raven, you ask?

British editor Dez Skinn, a key figure at Marvel UK in its seminal years, walks us through the late 1970’s creation of one of the greatest heroes you’ve never heard of…in America.

“Then Marvel President Jim Galton had given me the task of making Marvel UK more homegrown-looking,” he explains. “Sales of U.S. reprint titles [in our books] were seriously sliding in comparison with indigenous material, [which was] tailored to suit the tastes of UK readers where super heroes lost out against grittier more realistic storytelling. My role was like a publishing version of those script-fixers you hear about in movies.”

Skinn suggested HULK COMIC to capitalize on the then-popular Bill Bixby “Incredible Hulk” TV series, but owing to the fact that most UK comic series stood as anthologies, a need for an array of “interchangeable” stories became evident.

“So even though it was named HULK, this 300,000 copy launch title needed a variety of non-spandex content,” he says. “New material featuring super-spy Nick Fury and a modern day knight-in-arms, The Black Knight, were no-brainers, but I’d always loved those dark and sinister pulp heroes that had all but died out in the States [by the 1960’s]. I also figured prohibition Chicago was a natural backdrop, already teeming with miscreants and ne’er do wells.”

And so, Night Raven became a comic book reality.

“Armed with a thesaurus [and] a dictionary, I ploughed through everything that had ‘night’ as a suffix,” Skinn notes. “Amidst hilarity and absurdity, I stumbled upon John Milton’s 1645 poem, ‘L’Allegro,’ with the line ‘The Night-Raven sings’.”

The editor brought together a creative team for the vigilante’s first outing in HULK COMIC #1, and they in turn dove into the new project.

“An editor is only as good as his tried-and-tested team of creators,” says Skinn. “Both David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse had proven themselves for me on prior projects and both seemed to have an affinity to the setting for this noir series, so having decided this character would be an old-fashioned vigilante, outside of the law but meting out justice to those seemingly untouchable wrongdoers, I briefed them on the character, his branding of villains, his Milton-based calling card and his totally faceless enigmatic identity. Then as all editors should, I let them run with it.”

“What stands out most in my mind is the furious pace at which the Night Raven stories were produced,” remembers writer Parkhouse. “Weekly schedules are a uniquely British form of torment and it’s reflected in the lack of detail in those stories. They were sketches rather than full-blown portraits, but they were also challenging and at times strangely fulfilling for a fledgling writer such as myself.”

Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd

Interestingly, Parkhouse worked apart from artist Lloyd, and throughout the Night Raven’s run, never met with the man face-to-face, nor spoke with him on the phone.

“I concentrated entirely on the craft of writing a coherent narrative in the space of a few frames,” he says. “The fact that people seemed to like it was a constant source of surprise to me.”

For Lloyd, his introduction to the character also came as something of a whirlwind of development.

“I was given a rough brief and the task of visualizing [the strip], but I didn’t get to see the basic template they’d created for it till I’d submitted my concepts for the character,” he recalls. “It ended up being a blend of both. I had no contact with Steve directly except for one letter. It was all done through Dez and, later, Paul Neary, who was hired as an Art Director for Marvel UK. I’m just glad I was commissioned to help with it, and make something of the basic idea, because it gained a great following of readers, and a key following for my work, which is what every creator needs early in his career.”

Night Raven’s initial fans didn’t include some Marvel executives across the pond. But despite brief resistance to Skinn’s desire to publish the vigilante’s nocturnal adventures, he made his way onto the page and into British comics history.

“I stuck to my guns and went with it anyway and was pleasantly surprised when it won an Eagle Award for best British character and best story only a few months later,” Skinn says proudly.

“I think those stories were good value for the money,” muses Parkhouse. “They weren’t particularly sophisticated by today’s standards, but they were well-crafted and quite commercial. The character himself was pretty two-dimensional, because we had no space in which to develop a back story. We focused on atmosphere and action rather than characterization.

“The fact that a new audience will see [the stories] prompts me to make a request [to potential new readers]. And that request would be: make allowances for the time and circumstances in which they were produced. We had to turn those stories around in a few days, with next to no reward. Everything was done on a shoestring. It was basically one step up from fandom. That’s no bad thing, because everything we do in our early career will set us up for things to come. So, I look back on the experience as a learning curve mixed with a certain amount of excitement when the potential story ideas fell into place.”

David Lloyd looks upon the work as an antecedent to another, perhaps better-known project of his.

“Without Night Raven there would never have been V for Vendetta,” insists editor Skinn.

“From an entirely personal point of view, I see it as the primitive, but evocative, inspiration source for V for Vendetta, because that’s what it became—V happened because I was asked to create something similar to Night Raven for a new magazine that V was developed for,” says Lloyd. “Beyond that, I see it as a great demonstration by Steve Parkhouse of simple, minimalist, comic strip writing at its highest level. He made a lot out of a few pages, with short, sharp, and effective scripting that seems almost old-fashioned now, though it’s the kind of storytelling the whole industry grew out of. The text stories are a whole different world that I had no hand in, but all of it is great fun stuff, and I loved being part of the team that brought it about!”

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David Wenham joins the Women of Marvel Podcast!

For this week’s podcast, host Judy Stephens is joined by Harold Meachum himself, David Wenham, to chat about Marvel’s Iron Fist, the sets and more!

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 138 now!

Marvel’s Iron Fist is available streaming only on Netflix now!

Plus, update your schedules as Women of Marvel is moving to Thursdays!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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Get prepared for Marvel's Iron Fist with the Women of Marvel Reading Guide!

For this week’s podcast, host Judy Stephens is joined by Editors Jake Thomas and Kathleen Wisneski to introduce you to Danny Rand, aka Iron Fist!

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 137 now!

Marvel’s Iron Fist is available streaming only on Netflix on March 17th!

Plus, update your schedules as Women of Marvel is moving to Thursdays!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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Jeremie Harris from Legion on FX joins the Podcast!

For this week’s podcast, host Judy Stephens is joined by Jeremie Harris from Legion on FX, who plays Ptonomy Wallace, a “memory artist.”

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 136 now!

Legion, the new original series from FX and Marvel, Wednesdays at 10 PM on FX.

Plus, update your schedules as Women of Marvel is moving to Thursdays!

We are now on Soundcloud! Head over now to our new hub to listen to all 132 Women of Marvel podcasts!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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Writer Gabby Rivera joins the Podcast to chat America Chavez!

For this week’s podcast, hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat are joined by novelist Gabby Rivera, writer of America, and editor Wil Moss to chat America Chavez!

Listen to the Women of Marvel – Episode 135 now!

We are now on Soundcloud! Head over now to our new hub to listen to all 135 Women of Marvel podcasts!

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The Women of Marvel podcast assemble to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every Friday, co-hosted by Marvel Director, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens, along with Marvel DMG Senior Social Media Manager Adri Cowan.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel!

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