I'm not talking about the movie itself, but about a character from the movie. About his powers, abilities, durability. Why is the film version of Ghost Rider rather weak?
What's on your mind?
In the comics, the Transparent Racer could only be injured by celestial weapons, and rockets and strong blows did not harm him. And in the movies, shots from grenade launchers can affect Blaze and cause damage... When I saw it for the first time, I was very disappointed, because I hoped that the Ghost Rider in the film would be invulnerable to such weapons. And how do you feel about the fact that the film version of the Ghost Rider can be damaged by a rocket?
Personally, I wouldn't want Spider-Men from animated series to appear in this cartoon.
Broken. Alone. Wanted for murder by the city. Hunted by Kraven and Doctor Octopus. And still new to being a superhero. Plus, a hidden enemy lurks in the shadows, hiding their time before they show themselves...
Don't miss Part 6, coming soon.
From the hands of Marvel Comics! I don't know if it's a good or bad thing that Marvel gave away [lost?] publishing rights to Conan. I just don't want Marvel as a sort of monopoly in licensed comics
WHAT?!?!? When? HOW?!
The announcement was made a few days ago, but WHY? Anywho, we better get a big massive crossover of Planet of the Apes x Star Wars x Aliens vs Predators event out of this
He stated: "That would actually be an easier sell to me than coming back as Cap"
He said that in recent interview with MTV News.
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I see more and more how people dislike him. Some even call him one of the dumbest villains of Marvel movies. But why is this so? What's so dumb him? What exactly is wrong with him?
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness comes to Disney+ June 22nd!
In an article today, published by the most reliable website confirmed that Daniel Radcliff has been cast as Uncle Ben for future Spider-Man film. I believe this will take place during a flashback since Ben would not be alive during this time.
But What are your thoughts on this casting? I think this is perfect!
Wild Cards is announced by writer Paul Cornell with art by Mike Hawthorne
What are your general thoughts about this?
Here is the synopsis:
Spanning more than 25 novels, 20 short stories, and written by more than 40 authors over three decades, the Wild Cards series tells the story of an alternate history where Earth is home to super-powered individuals. When a human is infected with the alien "Wild Card" virus, the odds are that they will be killed… which is referred to as "drawing the black queen". Of those that survive, the bulk of them become "jokers", left with some strange mutated form. A lucky few are called "aces", those gifted with super powers they can put to use towards heroic goals… or villainous ones.
More info and preview art in the link below
This is just an announcement. After reading multiple sources and my trustworthy daily newsletter subscription, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Punisher, the Defenders, and Agents of SHIELD will begin streaming on Disney+ on March 16 in the US, Canada, and a few other places I can't remember.