Wolverine has a skeletal system made of Adamantium and his body can regenerate after almost any injury. Spider-Man has superhuman strength, with the ability to shoot webbing from his wrists and leap from building to building. The Human Torch can burst into flames and fly faster than any jet plane on Earth, and the Invisible Woman, well, she can turn invisible.
Tim Tebow’s super power is the ability to go 6-for-16 through 3 quarters and somehow pull a win out of his ass once he summons his magical pet kicker to boot a few 55-yarders. This isn’t a joke, Tebow is getting his own comic book.
“Like the Marvel heroes who pull off last minute victories, Tim Tebow has fans around the world on the edge of their seats and believing that in our own lives when time is running out and all looks lost, we can dig deep inside and use our various strengths to triumph over insurmountable odds” says Bill Rosemann of Marvel.
(Via the 96. 1 KISS Morning Freak Show,
starring Jack Mehoff and the Dingleberry)
I’m not surprised. Like I pointed out in the Greatest Moments of 2011, people love arguing about Tebow, whether it’s his religious faith or his ass backwards sophomore success. Either of those arguments – and throw in every girl’s typical response of, “I’d take his virginity” – proves that he’s extremely marketable so this will obviously be a success.
After the jump (and above) I have a few of Marvel’s first sketches of “Tebow Time”, as well as a few sketches that I made that Marvel can feel free to use.
In this shot, Tebow is charging against the evil-yet-child-brained Miami Dolphins. He eventually foils them by creating the illusion that he won’t run for the 2-point conversion while everyone in the stadium knows that he will.
Rogue as a sexy Broncos cheerleader or GTFO.
Here’s my first offering – it’s Tebow summoning his special powers.
In this one, he saved an innocent damsel from certain danger.
And I’m not sure what’s happening here, but I’m sure it was spectacular.