Improve Your Vision
Focus on the heart of the gospel.
(See John 13:34–35.)
About: The Vision is a synthetic humanoid. He has super human strength, ability to fly, extreme intelligence, and can shift his molecules to walk through things.
Created by: Roy Thomas, Stan Lee, and John Buscema in 1968
Fun Fact: While in the Marvel Cinematic Universe it is Jarvis — Tony Stark's A.I. that becomes the Vision. But in the comics Ultron is in fact the creator of the Vision initially set on killing Hank Pym.
Aspire to something higher
The Lord invites you to prepare yourself and enter his house. It holds great peace and wonderful blessings.
(See D&C 88:119.)
About: Stilt-Man first appeared in the early pages of Daredevil. His suit allows to to get an upper hand on Marvel's heroes. The armor's legs have a silicon coating so adhesives can't stick and climb up (i.e. Spider-Man).
Created by: Wally Wood in 1965
Fun Fact: An easter egg can be found in Daredevil Season 1 on Netflix where Stilt-Man's armor can be seen in Melvin Potter's workshop.
Playing with drugs or alcohol is like teasing a tiger. It doesn’t make you strong—just foolish. The game can turn deadly at any moment.
(See D&C 89:4.)
About: The most famous Iron Man story is Demon in a Bottle where Tony Stark becomes an alcoholic.
Created by: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Don Heck, and Jack Kirby
Fun Fact: The movie Iron Man 2 originally was darker and showed the beginning stages of Tony Stark becoming an alcoholic until studio execs made them take it out.
Be Loyal to the Royal Within
You are a child of a heavenly King, who loves you. Be true to your divine nature.
(See 1 Peter 2:9.)
About: The Black Panther is a title that has been passed down for centuries and is the ruler and protector of Wakanda. T'Challa bares the title today and is a trained acrobat, martial artist and gymnast as well as being a skilled hunter, inventor, and scientist. The Black Panther suit is made of vibranium -- which is also the same metal Captain America's shield is made from.
Created by: Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1966
Fun Fact: Black Panther is the first black super hero to appear in American comic books.
“Set high goals for yourself, and be willing to work hard to achieve them.”
(See For the Strength of Youth, P.40.)
About: Reed Richards became the Mr. Fantastic after passing through cosmic rays with the rest of the group that became known as the Fantastic Four. He has the ability to stretch his body as if it were made of plastic.
Created by: Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1961
Fun Fact: Reed Richards is considered the #1 most brilliant in the Marvel Universe. Funny enough, his arch nemisis, Dr. Doom, ranks at #4.
Now there is hope
You can have hope now because of what he did then.
(See Moroni 7:4.)
About: Cable is the son of Cyclops and a clone of Jean Grey. Sent into the future so that he could get cured from a deadly virus, Cable came back to this timeline much older than his father and a skilled warrior. When the first mutant was born after the Scarlet Witch tried to wipe out mutant kind, Cable took her into the future to protect her and named her Hope.
Created by: Cable created by Louise Simonson and Rob Liefeld in 1990. Hope created by Matt Fraction in 2010.
Fun Fact: Cable is set to make his movie debut in the sequel to Deadpool.
Our standards are determined by the lord, not by the direction of the wind.
(See Helaman 5:12.)
About: Colossus is a Russian mutant who can transform himself into an organic steel. He has always been affiliated with the X-Men since his comics debut and is the strongest X-Man on the team.
Created by: Len Wein and Dave Cockrum in 1975
Fun Fact: While actor Daniel Cudmore played Colossus three times in Bryan Singer's X-Men movies, it wasn't until he was in the Deadpool film that he spoke with a Russian accent and portrayed much more inline with the comic book version.