Just when you were thinking "Is it possible to love actor/rapper Ice-T any more?" E! went and released the reality series, "Ice Loves Coco". Ice and his wife Coco are the subject of a new E! reality series a la Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Ice Loves Coco - Beyonder - Netflix
The Beyonder is a fictional cosmic entity appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Jim Shooter and artist Mike Zeck, the Beyonder first appeared in Secret Wars #1 (May 1984) as an unseen, nearly omnipotent being who kidnapped the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe and had them do battle on another planet called Battleworld. The character later appeared in a more antagonistic role in the 1985 sequel Secret Wars II, in which he took human form, and threatened to destroy the Marvel multiverse. Although he first took on a physical, humanoid form in Secret Wars II #2, it was in Secret Wars II
3 that he took on the permanent form in which he remained for the rest
of his existence, that of a Caucasian human male with curly black hair. Although the character met his demise at the end of Secret Wars II, he has subsequently appeared in stories well into the 2000s, although in greatly diminished form.
Ice Loves Coco - Deadpool Team-Up - Netflix
Long after the Secret Wars II crossover had ended, a Deadpool special featured the “Secret Wars II continues in this issue” corner tag that was used during that original storyline. In this issue, a younger, less-experienced Deadpool is hired by the Kingpin to kill the Beyonder. The flashback sequence ends with Deadpool chasing him into a portal with a footnote saying “to be continued in Secret Wars III”.
Ice Loves Coco - References - Netflix