In the great halls of the Superdome, there are assembled some of the world's four greatest heroes, created from the cosmic legends of the universe.
Superman - The speedy, blond deliverer of justice. So busy he couldn't possibly hold still for a photo. His original cape, which was previously thought to be indestructible, was destroyed. Now he flies around town with the aid of a Fleur de Lis flag, which he assures us is more indestructible!
Captain America Who Dat - Anyone who reads the news knows that Captain America was killed off some time ago. This guy found the superhero's dead body, stole his costume and put Saints stickers all over it. Now he fights for Who Dat Nation and protects all things Black and Gold.
Wolverine - There's no telling just how hold Wolverine is due to his body's amazing rapid-healing ability. He can at once talk about fighting in World War I and what it was like in the future when he and the rest of the X-Men had to fight Colossus in the post-apocalypse (remember that episode? It was awesome). He fought Gambit (the mutant, not this magazine) in New Orleans once and liked it. Decided to be a Who Dat and, well, here he is. Wolverine realizes his story is not pithy and heroic, he doesn't care. He has indestructible claws that will slice right through you -- your argument is invalid.
Batman - The Caped Crusader has let himself go of late, far from the spectre of Gotham City and closer to more pots of gumbo than he knows what to do with, the Dark Knight has turned to a defender of Who Dats everywhere in New Orleans. The light-up Fleur de Lis looks cool, but totally blows his cover when he's sneaking around in the shadows.
Their mission: To fight injustice. To right that which is wrong. And to serve all mankind Who Dat Nation.
God's speed, Rodrigue
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