Is it weird that some of the characters from the 2017 Spider-Man series on Disney XD resemble their film counterparts?
The untitled Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel has been moved from July 2021, to November of 2021. As long as the film is still on for 2021, I'm ok with this. Besides, the world still has to go through COVID anyway. Are you still looking forward to the film?
I don't understand. Wouldn't so-called universes like "Earth-TRN732" and "Earth-TRN735" be considered dimensions of Earth-199999, just like the Mirror Dimension and the Dark Dimension in "Doctor Strange?" Or are they also universes with TRNs? Suppose Earth-### fused into Earth-199999 in "Doctor Strange" until Stephen silenced Dormammu...? I'm extremely confused.
In a post i did on 3/18/2020 i said i felt black widow will be a reset of the MCU do to the massive paradox created via future events +time traveling big bad. if so i get the feeling we are getting set up for war of the realms as the ether would likely have not been able to be used by Malekith as it was turned from evil goo to stone. also killmonger and many other movie villeins may be revived thus bringing them back into the MCU. cause the chaos of killing 2014 thanos means the half the dwarfs were never killed off, Odin may never have been put in a retirement as Loki escapes capture, who knows what effect the mind stone has on caption america when he was KOed with the spear.
However, a interesting thing about war of the realms is that Blade is an avenger, would anyone else want to see Westly Snipes as blade in the MCU or a new actor playing blade? personally Westly is the blade i would love it if he was introduced in a Black Panther film as supposedly he was originally set to play Black Panther.
I'm thinking about new "battles" (still I will made The Teams Battle). It will be like battle against Marvel Films and TV series. And I ask you what do you thinking about it? It is good idea or it will be too much?
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With the new phase 4 & 5 movies and shows announced. What are some unconfirmed characters you want to see in them.
And here's a reminder of what they are:
Okay so I’m kind of excited for the next phase. Since the mcu and x-men are combining I’m kind of curious what’s going to happen. I know that the quantum realm will play a part in it. The think I’m most wanting to see is how they handle the Wanda and quick silver thing. As we all know Wanda and quick silver are from x-men and they are mutants but then when they were brought over to the mcu they didn’t want them to be associated with their father or mutants. Quick silver died in the mcu but is still alive in x-men so how are they going to work that out. The more I thought about it the more I thought of. Like what if they create a bond between Wanda and Evan Peters quick silver. Bc if I remember that Wanda was never a reallt big part of x-men. Anyway I just really hope they don’t go and recast and reboot all together x-men Bc it’s a possibility that they might do that
As all of you know, the mantle of Captain America is held not just by Steve Rogers but other people have assumed this identity over the years: Isaiah Bradley, William Naslund/Spirit of 76', Jeffrey Mace/Patriot I, William Burnside/Grand Director (villainous example), John Walker/U.S.Agent, Danielle Cage (alternate timeline), Samantha Wilson (Spider-Gwen/alternate timeline), Kiyoshi Morales (alternate timeline), Roberta Mendez (Spider-Man 2099/alternate timeline), Sharon Rogers (alternate timeline) and Scott Summers/Cyclops (Ultimate Marvel/alternate timeline). But there are two we both know well and enjoy: James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes/Winter Soldier and Sam Wilson/Falcon they both have taken up the mantle of their partner at various points in their careers so for the criteria the histories of both will be an amalgamation of their comics and MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) incarnations when analyzing their Captain America periods.
James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes:
The World War II partner/sidekick of Steve Rogers/Captain America and his childhood best friend (MCU/Ultimate Marvel only), after stopping a bomb (comics only) headed for the United States of America or during a train fight (MCU only) he would fall and lose his arm eventually being recovered by the Soviet Union (comics only) and/or HYDRA (MCU only) to be used as a super-soldier living weapon called the Winter Soldier against his own will and over the years would perform various assassinations while being in cryogenesis to preserve his youth he also once killed James "Logan" Howlett's wife Itsu Akihiro (comics only) and Tony Stark/Iron Man's parents (MCU only). When Steve Rogers/Captain America discovered that James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes is in fact the Winter Soldier he would confront eventually restoring his memories which had been repeatedly wiped by HYDRA (MCU only) and used the Cosmic Cube/Tesseract (comics only) or after a climatic fight on a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier (MCU only) where he would be saved by him from drowning. When his old friend seemingly died after Civil War (comics only) he would eventually take up the mantle of Captain America to honor him and join the New Avengers participating in events such as Secret Invasion, Siege and Fear Itself even after Steve Rogers was found to be alive and for a while they actually shared the mantle and shield together. When James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes would be resurrected from his death he would revert back to the Winter Soldier identity one that he has been using ever since.
A former criminal from Harlem, New York City, New York (comics only) or a United States Air Force Parachuteman veteran (MCU only) he would soon encounter Steve Rogers/Captain America either by being on Exile Island defeating Johann Shmidt/Red Skull and the Exiles complete with a bird named Redwing as his companion and would become his long time crimefighting partner. He worked alongside James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes/Captain America when Steve Rogers was thought to have died (later resurrected). When Steve Rogers/Captain America became an old man, Sam Wilson/Falcon would take up his partner's mantle even after he would age back into his prime and during Secret Empire he was part of the anti-HYDRA resistance. He would eventually return as Falcon once more. In Avengers: Endgame, he would be handed the shield by Steve Rogers/Captain America (MCU only) though not quite his partner's mantle.
Who do you think is worthy of being Captain America?
Hey guys, so I've been having a question ever since the annoucement of the Ms. Marvel TV show for Disney+: Which villains will it feautre? Then it became apparent that the MCU is going to have tod eal with the problem of transfering villains for those characters whose rogues' gallery is small due to the either amount of publication (Cloak and Dagger) or the recentness of their creation (Runaways, Ms. Marvel)
So, my question for you guys, either if it is for comics, animation or MCU, who would you give an established villain from any other characters rogues gallery? and why?
I made a complete chronological timeline of the MCU (including all shows, one-shots, web-series). It took many months, 200+ hours of work, and more computer space than I’m willing to admit. I hope you enjoy:
Thor with stormbreaker vs thanos without double edged sword
Round 2 thor with stormbreaker vs thanos with double edged sword
Round 3 thor without stormbreaker vs thanos without double edged sword
Round 4 thor without stormbreaker vs thanos with double edged sword
What are your thoughts on this? Think it will last? Apparently it's only for one movie.