Get a look at the new Hasbro toys coming this fall.

Fans can recreate scenes as the infamous Merc with a Mouth when a new lineup of comic-inspired toys from HASBRO hits shelves in Fall 2018! The new toys include action figures for key Deadpool characters, along with mask and katana role play replicas, allowing you to act out your own Deadpool adventures.

New MARVEL DEADPOOL products for Fall 2018 can be viewed in the gallery below!

The new DEADPOOL toys will be available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.

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Relive the early days of the mysterious Russian energy vampire mutant known as Omega Red!

Every Friday we use the powers of Marvel Unlimited to look back at the very first appearance of a major character, place or object that made waves this week.

X-MEN GOLD #10 by Marc Guggenheim and Lan Medina reintroduced the world to one of the merry mutants’ more dangerous foes: Omega Red! The Russian killer-turned-super-killer beat Colossus and Magik to their quarry in their shared homeland. With tentacles a-flying, let’s look back at the man known as Arkady Rossovich’s past.

Readers first got a glimpse of Red in the historical X-MEN #1 in 1991 by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee. He’s only seen at the very end of the issue in a page dubbed “things to come.”

The first actual appearance came a few issues later when he burst onto the scene in X-MEN #4 which John Byrne scripted. The very first page of that issue showed 25 people giving their lives so that Omega Red could continue his own thanks to the efforts of Matsu’o Tsurayaba. In exchange, Matsu’o sent Red on Logan’s trail which lead to a full-on assault at the X-Mansion. 

X-Men (1991) #4

X-Men (1991) #4

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In the next issue, with the rest of his team in the hands of high tech ninjas, Wolverine found himself a guinea pig for Omega Red’s masters, an experience he’d grown to despise over the years. Given the chance, he escaped as soon as possible. Along the way, though, he remembered parts of a Team X mission that put Maverick, Sabertooth and himself in direct conflict with Arkady. 

X-Men (1991) #5

X-Men (1991) #5

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In further appearances, we learned that Omega Red’s iconic tentacles consisted of an Adamantium-like metal called Carbonadium that allowed him further reach with his Death Factor mutant power. The energy vampire also revealed that he could release certain “lethal pheromones” into the air. He used all of these abilities to take on the X-Men in #6.

The next installment featured a reunion of all four individuals involved in that particular mission along with a nice battle between Psylocke and Omega Red, followed by a series of explosions and fights that lead to both sides getting away from one another. 

X-Men (1991) #7

X-Men (1991) #7

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Omega Red would return to plague the X-Men over the time, but has also appeared in CABLE, WEAPON X, WOLVERINE ORIGINS and even DAREDEVIL

Daredevil (1964) #368

Daredevil (1964) #368

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Flash Forward

Recently, Omega Red showed up in the pages of UNCANNY X-FORCE as part of the Omega Clan as part of the epic Final Execution storyline which ran from #25 through the last issue, #35. After his death in WOLVERINE ORIGINS #39, a group called The White Sky cloned Red, creating three copies with different abilities dubbed The Omega Clan. They also turned out to be a part of Daken’s Brotherhood, which became a huge target for X-Force. As you can imagine, that means that an incredibly violent confrontation ensued without everyone walking away fully intact. 

Wolverine Origins (2006) #39

Wolverine Origins (2006) #39

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Tentacled villain Omega Red debuts in this 90's classic!

It’s time to face facts, true believers — the 90’s were awesome. The pouches were plentiful, the costumes were impractical, and Marvel Universe dentists made a fortune correcting damages caused by perpetually gritted teeth. Thanks to the power of nostalgia, though, what would once be considered extremely embarrassing can now be called extremely awesome!

With that in mind, we’ve pulled a Marvel comic from the not-so-modern era and broken it down, one choice fact at a time! This week we’re singling out X-MEN #4 by Jim Lee and John Byrne. Here’s “The Resurrection and the Flesh” by the numbers!

X-Men (1991) #4

X-Men (1991) #4

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63 visible segments on Omega Red’s right tentacle

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

20 hands laid on Omega Red’s body

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

7 pouches on Cyclops’ belt

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

5 tech-heavy Hand ninjas

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

4 X-Men playing basketball

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

3 shots that get nothing but net

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4


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X-Men embarking on a soon-to-be-sabotaged date

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

1 slam dunk

Art from X-Men #4

Art from X-Men #4

The 90’s continue in the all-new X-MEN ’92 Infinite Comic!

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