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Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Movie Poster

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Jason Momoa is on the verge of starting comic book warfare!

While attending Indiana Comic-Con in Indianapolis this past weekend, the 35-year-old actor allegedly wrote "F--k Marvel" while signing a fan autograph. Momoa, who is playing DC Comics hero Aquaman in an upcoming movie, supposedly wrote the not-so-nice comment after the fan asked him, "Can you write down a reason why all these DC haters out there should join our DC universe?"

Needless to say, the hunky star's "F--k Marvel" comment will be angering a lot of Marvel fans out there in the comic book world (if it's real, that is). Upon further research, we looked up images of Momoa's autograph and the signature on this particular fan's account appears to match the actual thing.

Jason Momoa, Aquaman, Autograph


It was first officially announced back in October 2014 that Momoa will be playing the aquatic superhero in a 2018 Aquaman movie. The Hawaiian-born star posted on Instagram at the time, "Aloha to all my fans friends and family If u don't know Know u know. This kanaka maoli [native Hawaiian] Is Aquaman. Cheeehoooiooo."

Momoa's character will likely first appear in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on March 25, 2016. He will reprise the role in Justice League Part One on Nov. 17, 2017, and will then star in a standalone film, schedule for release on July 27, 2018.

The first photo of Momoa in Aquaman costume was released last month by director Zack Snyder.