The Black Cat is The Week's Cosplay Babe of the Week from MvC 3

Craig Hasselback writes: "This week's "Cosplay Babe of the Week" is The Black Cat, also known as Felicia Hardy, from the Spider-Man series of comics and more importantly for our purpose - video games. We also chose The Black Cat in hopes that Capcom would take notice and pop her into the upcoming Marvel Vs Capcom 3.

So why exactly is The Black Cat worthy of being our Cosplay Babe of the Week? She's a tough independent woman who refuses to take crap from anyone and also goes out of her way in the comics and games to prove that she doesn't even need Spider Man's help. And everyone needs a little help from Spidey right?"

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vgn245188d ago

I was going to make a scratching post joke, but it didn't work, lol. Yes she's hot and should be in MvC3. nuff said.

hamoor5187d ago

i want the next cosplay babe to be clotho from god of war XD

BattersUp5187d ago

You're into Clatho (not clotho)?

guitarded775187d ago

Couple of them may give you a snatch rash fever though... always best to wrap it.

MajestieBeast5187d ago

check the bewbs on the asian cat.

BattersUp5187d ago

She should be the preview picture. *In Simpson's geeky voice* Those are nice!

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Every Marvel vs. Capcom Character, Together At Last

Artist Chris Cayco, who we’ve featured a few times before on Kotaku, grew up playing Marvel vs. Capcom (and Marvel vs. Street Fighter) games. His tribute to this, which took him over 175 hours, was to combine every single character to ever appear in Capcom’s crossover series in the one enormous image.

PurpHerbison1619d ago

Love art like this. Good stuff.

PhoenixUp1619d ago

Makes me despise Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite that much more

So much wasted potential


Every Capcom Vs. Game Ranked

As common as it is today, it is hard to believe that there was a time where gaming franchises crossing over was just a pipe dream. Capcom broke down the wall, but they took the combination of some of the most unlikely of franchises and made it the norm.

Whether it was a colossal successful partnership with Marvel Comics or a collaboration with rivals Namco and SNK, the “Vs.” series brought unforgettable experiences to the fighting genre.

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Skuletor1746d ago

They should make a collection of all of them, for this gen or the next

PhoenixUp1746d ago

The 90s was a time when videogame IP established themselves heavily to the point where a lot of major companies could start doing crossovers

MIDGETonSTILTS17413d ago

MvC3 did NOT have a larger roster than 2…


The State of Marvel Games in 2019

Marvel doesn't just have a bright future ahead of it in films, but in the gaming realm as well. Some exciting new titles are showing up on all hardware, so does that mean gamers are finally catching up with the MCU?

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