a small compilation of bubs and bublets you can get here. this is by no means all of wolverine’s kids or alternates… but it’s.. a small dent? i cant sell these as a set because theyre quite literally way too big so either buy ‘em all or choose wisely.
To the Canadian Secret Service, he was a gift from heaven. They turned him loose on all the dirty, brutal, necessary assignments no one else would touch. And he never forgave them for what they did to him–and then made him do–and when Charles Xavier offered him a way out, he took it…
What I wanted: James Hudson dealing with being stranded in a universe where mutants are somehow worse off than the Ultimate Universe on top of his insecurities about being an inactive Logan Legacy while his “sisters” honor their father and continuously risks their lives, thus tackling the issues of invisible prejudice and the question of hiding in plain sight to avoid conflict.
What it appears we’re getting: James Hudson in now Diet Wolverine™ -joining Old Man Logan and X-23 in the “you’re not Wolverine” pit to fight for dominance- in the worst way. He has no memory and despite these universes being merged for over a year now he’s only showing up because those wacky X-Men are fucking up again. Also did you miss that annoying tendency for everyone to miraculously want Jean Grey and that exaggerated feud with Cyclops that destroyed the X-Men, cause guess what we’re thinkin of playing with again?
“First of all, i’m offended that this list is only limited to males and not toward the glorious beauties that are girls. secondly, this was difficult as i didn’t want to make men old enough to be my father uncomfortable, no matter how hot they may be (i’m looking at you cap and thor) in no particular order…”
The Only Thing I Know For Real (Maniac Agenda Mix)
Memories broken The truth goes unspoken I’ve even forgotten my name
I don’t know the season Or what is the reason I’m standing here holding my blade
A desolate place Without any trace It’s only the cold wind I feel
It’s me that I spite As I stand up and fight The only thing I know for real
There will be blood-shed The man in the mirror nods his head
The only one left Will ride upon the dragon’s back
Because the mountains don’t give back what they take Oh no There will be blood-shed It’s the only thing I’ve ever known
Losing my identity Wondering have I gone insane To find the truth in front of me I must climb this mountain range Looking downward from this deadly height And never realizing why I fight
Written by Logan Mader and Jamie Christopherson Lyrics by Logan Mader and Jamie Christopherson Recorded by Logan Mader Produced by Logan Mader and Jamie Christopherson Mixed by Logan Mader Remixed by Maniac Agenda Vocals: Tyson Yen Guitars: Bill Hudson, Johnny Death and Logan Mader Drums: Ralph Alexander Bass: Logan Mader Programming: Logan Mader and Jamie Christopherson
Katy and friends at Kate Hudson’s Halloween party (Sarah Hudson, Ferras, Tamra Natisin and Logan Horne as secret service, Katy and Michael Kives as Hillary and Bill Clinton, Orlando Bloom as Donald Trump)
shamelessly piggybacking off your headcanon that he’s a country boy here
Hudson adores country music. He is a bit of a snob about it, in fact, and has Opinions about just what is “the good stuff”. Recommendations are also the main way he bonds with the other guys on the team. Kevin uses tunes to help him paint, Zane’s still figuring out what he likes so he listens to a little of everything, and Warp is as much of a nerd (though I can’t decide on a genre for him) so they enjoy talking/arguing about music.
Darkdevil - Summer
It’s the worst time of the year. He bleeds hellfire, for crying out loud, so of course Reilly runs a bit hotter than most. Couple that with a black and burgundy costume that - my guess, another headcanon - is a mix of kevlar and leather? Yeah. It’s a miracle he hasn’t melted yet. Mary Jane has been begging him to let her redesign it or at least swap in some more heat-friendly materials, but he won’t budge.
Downton Abbey - Final Cast Red Carpet at Millenium Hotel AND Preview screening at the Hudson Theater in NYC. Discussion moderated by David Itzkoff of The New York Times. Also appearing are Executive Producers Rebecca Eaton and Gareth Neame.