I made a post about whether or not Magneto would stay a Holocaust victim and someone brought up the idea that maybe Magneto and Charles Xavier’s could be “blackwashed” as African-Americans during the height of the Civil Rights movement. Please discuss this idea here instead as I would like to keep the original discussion to it’s intention.
What's on your mind?
IDK, doesn’t seem to fit Disney’s “family friendly image” as they said when they cancelled Star Wars: 1313.
I was thinking on some of the weird marvel family trees, and this one was on my mind.
So, technically, Nadia and William are have siblings.
This would also make nadia and willing the great aunt and great uncle of wiccan, speed, and viv.
On top of that, wiccan, speed, and vivian are all siblings, which baffles me.
Have wiccan and speed ever even interacted with vivian? Do they recognize her as a sister?
What about nadia?
Do wiccan and speed even recognize vision as their father? If so, have they ever even reflected that their grandfather is ultron? And i meanb they're other one is magneto... (Ignoring the retcon)
This family tree really just seems odd. Icd love to see them all interact.
Hey guys! Thought this would be a fun idea for a series.
I though we could have a series of posts that pick apart our most hated retcons and dream about how we could undo them.
Today's hated retcon: Magnetocs paternity! For those of you who don't know, this retcon claimed scarled witch and quicksilver were never mutants, and weren't magneto's children. Which really didn't make much sense.
-how much do you hate this retcon?
-how would you undo this retcon?
-should undoung this retcon be a priority?
-is it worth the effort?
-overall, how much did this retcon make sense?
Or like whatever else
In this series I pick two randomly generated marvel characters from earth 616 and ask a simple question...which do you prefer and you choose which you prefer out of the two and why.
you can give a small or big explanation whatever floats your boat and just have a friendly chat/argument about why you prefer one character over the other 😁.
Just two quick things too keep in mind 1. this isn't a VS battle and 2. arguments/chats are encouraged just keep it respectful and have a opened mind about others opinions an just have a good time🤘😊
Today's characters are
Now for me this was kinda a hard pick but over all I prefer Apocalypses a little more I like his armor or costume "whatever you decide to call it" more i think he just looks cooler in general im also a fan of his tactics, powers, skills, etc, I think his lore and how he became who he is now was more interesting to me then Shang-Chi tho I still enjoy Shang-Chi.
Welcome to 2099ers, the replacement show for A Matter of Powers.
Here I point out minor characters from the years 2099-2116 A.D., and occasionally, rant about how there should be another 2099 run.
In our first issue I'd like to compare some 2099 era characters to their Age of Heroism counterparts, and you decide if they deserve to reappear in future story lines and crossover events.
2099: Manifest Destiny introduced us to many characters that never got their own series, one of these was Moon Knight 2099.
With no name given, Moon Knight protected Attilan, which was (surprise, surprise) on the moon.
While she only appeared in one issue, an alternate version of her (with the name 'Tabitha') helped Miguel O'Hara on Earth-TRN590.
There's not much on her, and I want more.
I want more 2099 content in general.
But this isn't about me, this is about you, the more educated fans that can afford comics and don't watch The Comicstorian all day.
What do you think? Should she make another appearance?
I found this panel in New Avengers (2015) #18
This new Tiger wasn't Kevin Cole, right? Do you think there will be new White Tiger then? If yes, when and how do you think they might be introduced? Or have Marvel just forgotten about it as usual?
This came from Ultron being categorized as male. How do we categorize robots? Do we categorize them through pronouns used by others to describe them? Does a robot have to specifically state his/her gender in order to be categorized as such? Do we just categorize them solely on appearance? Do robots even have gender? How exactly does this work?
RULES & CONDITIONS:
(No Prep Or Prior Knowledge).
(Things they have been shown to normally carry on hand).
-Win By Any Means
(KO, Death, Incapacitation. No Battle Field Removal. No Environmental Victory).
-Fair Location: Random Forest Midday
-Start: Hunting Each Other
-No Weapons or Armor (Only athletic shorts).
-Start: 50ft Apart.
Please state who you feel wins and why!
Welcome to a new series where I pick some villains from another franchise, and you have to pick a hero to defeat them.
1.At least try to keep it within the same power level. We don't need to call TOAA to smite Darth Vader, for example.
2. Explain your choice, and how you think they would stop the villain.
3. This is a Random Encounter, no prep time.
With that said, here's the villain!
Now find a Hero to stop it!
You probably have heard of the term 'Friendzone'. It refers to sb who doesn't want to date you and would like to remain friends.
But how about... ENEMYZONE?!
Which heroes have ever refused to date villains and vice versa?
Which characters should be enemyzoned?
Which one is better so like the suit,more powerful or something which is beter
Venom (The Klyntar) has really changed over the years, or at least how the world views him.
He started as a new costume made for toy sales, and now he's an anti-hero?
I'm one of those people who hates the Venom movie because it has nothing to do with Spider-Man, but because of that movie, to the uneducated fan, Venom has nothing to do with Spider-Man, which couldn't be farther from the truth.
And then there's the current Spider-Man sires, Marvel's Spider-Man, which does it's best to take any basic comic continuity and throw it out the window. I mean, if you thought Ultimate Spider-Man was inaccurate, just look at how this show handles Gwen Stacy and Miles Morales.
Shows like Marvel's Spider-Man, and Ultimate Spider-Man just take Venom and.... I can't even word it....
Can we remember what Venom was when he first appeared? He was an alien symbiote who bonded with Deadpool, before bonding with Peter Parker. Venom manipulated Parker until Peter forcefully unbonded with the symbiote, who then found a new host in the form of Eddie Brock, a photographer who hated both Spider-Man and Peter Parker. Brock wasted no time and immediately accepted Venom.
Together, Eddie and Venom would torment Spider-Man before eventually getting over Peter and becoming a vigilante.
So Venom was an alien, who bonded with Spider-Man, and was forsaken, who then bonded with Eddie Brock, and was a villain.
How does the world see Venom now? As an alien that bonded with Eddie Brock and became a vigilante.
Nothing about Spider-Man, nothing about Deadpool, nothing about the fact that Venom only has Spider powers BECAUSE HE BONDED WITH PETER!!
Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.
Hi, I'm new here. A friend recently sent me this Fandom and I couldn't believe I hadn't found it sooner. I love everything Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow and Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch related. I can't wait to be able to love the MCU with all of you!
Welcome, one and all, to another exciting episode of...
’They Said, We Said’
The show where I give YOU, my Marvel family at home, a controversial statement that someone made about a character and you decide whether you agree or not. I gather these statements from Marvel threads scattered all across the internet. It is up to you to decide if what THEY said...is what WE said 😌
Today’s controversial statement:
(copied and pasted from the source)
“Venom was only ever entertaining when attached to Flash Thompson. Every other story was crap.”
Well, there you have it, folks! I guess the only thing left now is the question on everyones’ minds:
Is what THEY said....what WE said....? 😉
So you're hosting a small "potluck": basically everyone brings a dish to a gathering. You invite some heroes, but it's a small gathering so you can only pick THREE heroes, and none can be your favorite hero. Now here's the tension....you're trying to make peace between 2 heroes who have become bitterly at odds, and their dispute may erupt into yet another dreadful hero Civil War lol.
Soo! Break down...
1) Which heroes you'll pick and why.
2) What type of meal do you think they'll bring/prepare?
3) You HAVE to pick 2 characters who are always at odds in comics- a known rivalry.
4) What will YOU prepare for everyone to eat?
5) Explain what you will try to do to help these heroes make amends.
I hate civil war, it ruined Spider-Man for me.
Welcome to A Matter of Powers, the show where I ask a question about someone's superpowers (Or abilities) and you debate it in the comments.
In the first issue we discuss my favorite character, Miguel O'Hara (Earth-928)
Make sure to read through his page before entering the discussion.
Miguel is ranked given a 4 on the Power Grid for speed, but he's been known to move so fast that he creates duplicates of himself. Now, how fast do you have to be to do this? The Power Grid states that a 4 is equal to the speed of sound, Cindy Moon is also ranked at a 4, but then, why can't she create duplicates of herself?
Is she able to, but hasn't figured out how to?
Maybe it's not even a matter of speed in the first place, maybe Miguel can duplicate himself at any point and just needs to reach subsonic speeds to access this ability.
Or maybe Cindy has and I'm just dumb.
DC's new nightmare...
The Batman Who Frags!
Namor The Submariner!
BWF has his normal equipment... Namor has his armor and trident!
Victory via K.O./Incapacitation!