Iceman is one of the OGs, and he's the best of them in my opinion.
But has anybody seen the concept art of Radcliffe's as Wolverine?
@Zosol: That's actually kind of interesting. I wouldn't mind him in an Iron suit if he stuck with the Guardians, but I wouldn't nominate him as THE Iron Man anytime soon.
I always thought Rhodey was the true successor, but given that we're one year away from 2020, I wouldn't mind seeing 616 Arno take over the role.
When these questions are posed and posted on the Internet, where should we expect to find them?
Should fans of the symbiote/Klyntar lore expect a very comic-accurate take on Venom and company, lack of Spider-Man aside, or will this be considered a fresh take on the mythos surrounding the symbiotes?
Are there any changes to Venom taken from the most recent runs on the character, such as the ability to grow wings? This would likely have required active script mods as the stories went along.
Should fans expect Easter eggs to the rest of the SUMC (Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters)?
For Tom Hardy specifically: You first gained comic book nerd acclaim for portraying Bane in the Dark Knight Rises, obviously a DC property. Have you preferred working for either comic book company over the other?
Oh-ho-ho, here we go.
Parents: Sandman and Mystique
Name: Curtis Baker
Hero name: Sandstorm
Appearance: Blue skin, brown hair, 6' 1", all variable since he's a shapeshifter.
Powers: Capable of creating sand from his body that he has total control over. It allows him to alter his appearance by sculpting himself with the sand, as well as use more of his father's powers such as elasticity and density alteration. They key difference is that he cannot turn INTO sand, he simply generates it. The density alteration thing is, again, like sculpting himself heavier or lighter. He can also fly in a sandy tornado.
Costume: Brown gloves, white wristbands, brown and white Nightcrawler vest, brown arms, brown belt, white legs, and brown boots.
Signature Power: Creating sand funnels that shred what they touch, occasionally uses a switchblade.
Catchphrase: In battle "Bit of a change in the forecast. Significantly increased chance of a Sandstorm in your area." In real life, "Son of a beach."
Archrival: The child of Rogue and Quicksilver, known as Speederman (Rogue had absorbed the abilities of Venom to try and calm him down, and it didn't work). Speederman has a symbiote and can keep it in check, but chooses not to. Think if Quicksilver was evil and has a symbiote. Diamondhead is also a problem (Scott Summers and Emma Frost's child). Spider-Girl has taken him under her wing, and he's still tutored by his father.
Future love interest: Spider-Girl, May Parker.
I'd say Wolverine and Squirrel Girl but that actually happened (EWW!) So Hope Summers and Hulk.
Not Young Avengers. Champions.
I like where this is going. Obviously it's not just he's straight evil, but I really like this. Maybe that's just cause I hate Cap, but ah well. Who else is in for the ride?
Space would be practically cool, but I'd want power as a hero. Most widely encompassing.
Super-senses, granted by radioactivity. They weren't like combat-enhanced. And he has some ninja training that could MAYBE take Spidey if he had his spider-sense neutralized. Odds are very much in Spidey's favor, though.