'The Wolverine': Puppets And Obscure References Collide In Musical Parody

by Brett White

"The Wolverine" isn't all fighting and bad ass claws; this new comedy video shows that the hirsute brawler can inspire things like puppetry and musical parodies, too! I mean, when a character is played by musical master Hugh Jackman, you have to expect this type of treatment (but I'm restraining myself for doing a Google search to find out if "Van HelSing!" exists).

Glove and Boots has created the Marvel musical parody to please even those of you who have seen one Marvel musical parody too many. The clip mashes up popular songs from "Chicago," "Phantom of the Opera," "Oklahoma!," "Guys and Dolls," and - comically - "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" with references to his stint as an Avenger and lyrics that namedrop legendary "X-Men" writer Chris Claremont. It even features a chorus of Multiple Man duplicates.

It's really those last two things that really won me over. I'm a Multiple Man fan for life. Check out the video below!

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