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What is this beast in Thor: Love and Thunder trailer?

According to this link talking about easter eggs in the new trailer, that would be Falligar the Behemoth. A similar view can be seen; apparently from Thor: God of Thunder Vol 1 3:
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Which Terry Pratchett character said something like "It doesn't matter if you are right or wrong, so long as you are certain"?

Pratchett offers a range of opinions on the subject of leadership. You're likely recalling this quote from Truckers, the first part of the Nome Trilogy 'The important thing about being a leader is ...
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Identify this warty skinned, five-fingers, two-toes Marvel Character

My nephew asked me to ID it, and I could not figure it out. The piece in question is from a Marvel magnet set for kids. I contacted the manufacturer, Lee Publications, and this was their official ...
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Batman villain- child or teenage crime boss

Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, also known as the General and later the second Anarky, fits your description. He's a young military genius who first appeared in 1992, uniting Gotham's gangs as his own ...
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Can you identify these heroes (wizards)?

This is Celtic Legends on the Amiga (or more specifically, artwork from a poster advert for the game). The characters on the cover appear to correspond to two characters mentioned in the blurb; '...
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Which Terry Pratchett character said something like "It doesn't matter if you are right or wrong, so long as you are certain"?

Captain Quirke in Men at Arms: Many people are in jobs that are a little beyond them, but there are ways of reacting to the situation. Sometimes they're flustered and nice, sometimes they're Quirke. ...
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Can we identify all the characters in this video game legends poster?

For convenience, I've added some numbers to the image (click to enlarge): Here goes: Licker from Resident Evil A pair of zombies (I can't tell what from, though) Commander Shepard from Mass Effect ...
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Who is the woman in the post credit of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness"?

The woman is Clea. In the comics she resides within the Dark Dimension, which seems to hold true to the MCU, and is Strange's main love interest. She also becomes Sorceress Supreme for a time while ...
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Who is this woman wielding Mjölnir?

It's the MCU version of Jane Foster, as portrayed by Natalie Portman. The first teaser for Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder has arrived, offering long-awaited clues to what’s in store for the ...
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Who is this Green Lantern member?

Sounds like Turytt. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turytt Turytt is a very tall, well-muscled humanoid alien with red skin, a blonde ponytail down the center of his head, and protruding jagged horns ...
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Parody names of SF writers in Damon Knight story

Larry Shaw wrote an article about this story in the fanzine Fan History #3 (April 1, 1956). His assignments were as follows (see page 12). Anagrams (and near-anagrams) are marked with †. Character ...
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Parody names of SF writers in Damon Knight story

Preacher Flatt — Fletcher Pratt Ray Alvarez — Lester del Rey Rod Pfehl (the P is silent, as in Psmith) — Fred Pohl Tom Q. Jones went by in a hurry, carrying a big camera. — Punchy Carrol, nut-brown in ...
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Martial artist ally of Doctor Strange in a Spider-Man cartoon

According to IMDB, George Takei portrayed Wong -- Dr. Strange's assistant -- in Spider-Man: The Animated Series. Wong is briefly visible at the 0:16 mark in the clip below. ...
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What are these creatures in What If? Episode 4

By my counting we see a total of 12 monsters and then we see 6 versions of Strange being transformed without seeing the monster that did it. I don't think we have any explicit confirmation on what the ...
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Looking for name of Soundwave's Autobot counterpart

This is Blaster Developing a rivalry with his Decepticon opposite number, Soundwave, Blaster gained a cassette army of his own so he could fight Soundwave on equal footing
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Which Marvel characters are represented on this t-shirt?

Ant-Man Vision Looks to be the Eye of Agamotto probably representing Doctor Strange Black Panther Iron Man Thor Hulk Captain America Wasp as per this question I thought this was a Yaka Arrow so ...
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Can anybody identify these Marvel characters?

A: Looks like the Brood sprite from X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse. B: Looks like the Evil Sasquatch sprite from Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems. (I believe the 'evil' versions of characters in ...
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What are the statues at the Eternity gate?

Death Eon Infinity The Watcher The Living Tribunal The one that fell was a Celestial, presumably Arishem.
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Who was able to teleport an item into the chest of his loan shark?

Hutch from Jupiter's Legacy. Ian Quinlan as Hutch, George's son, who uses Blue Bolt's teleportation rod to commit crimes with his crew, attaining materials to make a portal to find his father. In ...
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Who are these villains named 'Control' in Captain America and the Avengers?

I believe those characters are based on the Controller/Basil Sandhurst, a supervillain who first appeared in Iron Man Vol. 1 #12 (April, 1969). He's primarily an Iron Man foe, but has also fought ...
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What was the creature at the end of "What If...?" episode 1?

I don't believe there is a canonical answer, but a strong possibility is Shuma-Gorath, a tentacled Elder God entity who frequently attempts to invade the world to consume it. As a frequent Dr. Strange ...
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Who was the enemy of Spider-Man who acquired his powers and said "Where were these powers when I was in High School"?

Presumably, the character you're looking for is River Verys, AKA Tendril, an obscure villain who appeared in the four-part Spider-Man: The Final Adventure miniseries in the mid '90s, and that's about ...
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Need help with an identification of a Marvel character

Looks like Quasar, AKA Wendell Vaughn. From Wikipedia: Quasar (Wendell Elvis Vaughn) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is one of Marvel's ...
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Who is this news anchor in the MCU?

His name's Pat Kiernan. He's a real-life news anchor who's played himself in various films, both within and without the MCU. From Wikipedia: Patrick Kiernan (born November 20, 1968) is a Canadian-...
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Chinese mutant who can absorb a tiny fraction of every Chinese person's lifeforce?

As noted by TheLethalCarrot, Collective Man matches what you're looking for. The Collective Man (Sun, Chang, Ho, Lin, and Han Tao-Yu) is a Chinese superhero appearing in American comic books ...
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Toy identification: Transformer knockoff - Big Blue Head

It's Fright Face from GoBots! Fright Face is a part of a larger robot called Monsterous, of whom he comprises the head. The packaging refers to him as the "Giant Monsterous Head" which is ...
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Marvel comics: pink alien villain (character ID)

Might you be thinking of Denise Baranger, also known as Animus...? She had two forms -- one human, one monstrous -- but her monstrous form certainly fits your description, and she did project beams ...
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Justice Leaguer with a cowboy motif

I believe you are thinking of Vigilante. He appears exactly as you describe.
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Batman villain- child or teenage crime boss

Could be Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, known as The General. He later became the second Anarky.
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Are any of these characters from the end of Spider-Man: No Way Home identifiable?

One of them I recognized was definitely Rhino. The spear silhouette that was most prominent could possibly be Kraven. So I assume they are Spidey-related characters from other universes that know his ...
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