What's on your mind?
Hello Marvel fans! Fandom will be conducting an interview with Dark Phoenix producer Hutch Parker this Thursday and we are hoping to put some questions to him from the community! He also produced The Wolverine, Days of Future Past, Apocalypse, Logan, and New Mutants and was going to produce the now seemingly-cancelled Gambit.
If you have any Dark Phoenix or X-Men film related questions for him, then please comment below! We will try to ask as many of your questions as possible, but cannot guarantee to ask them all.
Hey everyone! 🤗
In life, we are constantly at war with ourselves about things that we should do, whether that’s helping someone out, being proactive or just completing our usual day to day tasks.
However, we don’t just struggle with what we SHOULD, but equally with what we SHOULDN’T.
Self- control is something we know firsthand because it’s just a part of being human. We all have things that we constantly fight the urge to engage in, whether that’s alcohol, over eating, over spending, the list goes on. Sometimes we succeed, while other times, we don’t.
This very human experience is reflected in comics as well. So in regards to Marvel comics:
Which characters exercise self-control to the fullest? What are some of the greatest examples of self-denial? When have we seen a character really struggle with NOT doing something? When have we seen our characters fail at it? Did they get back up? Did they overcome?
In essence, who has exercised great strength through denial?
"I am not a God. I have never created life...but I have lived. That is enough. So I will fight to preserve that same opportunity...to love, to dream, to soar among the stars, for all these have yet to come."
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Hi guys long time no post but if you guys didn't know I make drawings too in my spare time and I post it on my Instagram @the_davi_boi ,always appreciate a follow by the way anyways so here you guys go any helpful criticism is good
I sometimes go down rabbit holes looking for the hands-down most powerful Marvel character, but I usually find more than one. I avoid just plain strong characters and go for the metaphysical ultra-gods, but I'd like to know what you guys think. I'm rooting for the One-Above-All.
Round 2! A new out of the box matchup!
Fin Fang Foom vs Wonder Woman (Prime Earth)!
Blue area of the moon.
Victory via any means.
In my opinion Hercules could easily over power Thanos ( without the infinity stones) but what do you guys think ?
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Which Marvel vs Capcom adaptions you want to see?
2B. TV Series
Round one is classic Spider-Man vs steel absorbing man
Round two is symbiote spider man vs titanium absorbing man
Round three is mark 4 spider man vs Ultron suit absorbed Carl creel
Rules are as follows
First to knockout or kill
Majority of the two rounds win
No field advantage
Welcome to the Greymalkin!
At one time, Cable used a unique space station from his future home to assist in missions through time. Carrying advanced technology and weaponry, some of its most valuable assets were the Time Displacement Cores, which allowed him to “bodyslide” to any point in the continuum that he needed to...
Which is exactly what Enter the Greymalkin is all about 🤗
In these segments, a new character will be presented each day. With that character in mind, this thread allows discussion on the following:
1) Storylines that we loved the character in.
2) Possible storylines that we would love to see that character in. (this includes your own unique stories)
3) Other timelines that would be cool for the character to operate in. (perhaps we “old manify” them)
4) Even different dimensions that we want to see the character in. (see you in Dimension Z)
At its core, this new segment fosters discussion on the possibilities of characters that we love. Focus on the character of the day and let’s see what potential stories and ideas that we can come up with 😎
Initiate Bodyslide: Lockjaw
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What could happen in his timeline?
So apparently Cates wants more people to read the piece of shit known as Death of the Inhumans cause apparently not a lot of people did. Well maybe if you idiots didn't spend the past 3 years making people despise them and the series was actually something worth peoples time.
It's clear why Cates did the series, it was so he could put Lockjaw in his Asguardians of the Galaxy book. He's nerfed Black Bolt and made the Royals depend on Beta Ray Bill rather than find strength in each other like they always did.
I'm not going to go into a huge rant I'm just going to end here.