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Marvel The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Comic Creator Contest At Disney.com

Starting in May, kids are invited to show off their creativity in Marvel The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Comic Creator Contest. One grand prize winner will get their comic featured as an insert in an upcoming Marvel Adventures comic book and five finalists will win a fantastic Thor prize pack. To enter, kids can go to Disney.com/Create to design their own comic and then save and share it online for a chance to win.

Marvel The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Comic Creator ContestCourtesy of Disney

The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Comic Creator app on Disney.com/Create lets kids tell their own story by adding characters, backgrounds and dialogue to a series of comic book panels. Kids can also use a variety of unique drawing tools to create their own characters and scenes, just like a real comic book artist.

Create your own comicCourtesy of Disney

To help kids find their inner artist, two exclusive videos featuring Marvel Entertainment Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada will be featured on the site. In the first video, Quesada offers insights into what it means to be creative, where his inspiration comes from, and his advice for young artists. The second video gives kids an over-the-shoulder view of Quesada drawing Marvel’s Thor character, in a time lapse video that showcases the artistic process.

Marvel ComicCourtesy of Disney

The contest ends May 31, 2011 and official rules can be found here.

Produced by Marvel Animation, "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!," airs Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT on Disney XD. The series stars Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Hawkeye, Ant-Man/Giant Man, Wasp, and Black Panther who form the Avengers, a team assembled when no single hero's powers can save the world. The best of the best in the Marvel Universe, the Avengers are the greatest heroes who take on the unbeatable foes. Individually they have no chance, but together they can make a difference.

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MindlessTay

MindlessTay wrote:

i luv the movie Thor iz waz so gud :love
commented: Sat May 07, 2011

--Jena Was Here--
i don't like comics so i have nothing to say. no offince.
commented: Thu May 05, 2011

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