What's on your mind?
Will it stay on Netflix? Or go onto Disney+?
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İs Wolverine Anime good?
I think this certainly looks better than the last teaser that came out at comic con. This show apparently is going to be in a daredevil type situation. What I mean is that it will be “MCU” but not mentioned in the wider MCU.
I think that would actually work for a series like this as opposed to something like a group of 4 super humans stoping a Earthquake creating Ninja clan.
Does anyone know if agents of shield season 7 will be on disney+? and if yes, then when?? i need to see it so bad!!!
In what order can I watch Earth-12041? (Sorry if I made a spelling mistake. My English is not very good.)
While I understand the anger about keeping important secrets I do not think that going with S.H.I.E.L.D. is a wise choice considering how many secrets S.H.I.E.L.D. keeps. Trusting S.H.I.E.L.D. is very, very hard for me to do. However S.H.I.E.L.D. is not without its merits.
So the more recent animated marvel shows (Earth-12041 /TRN633) of the avengers, the two versions of GOTG, hulk and AoS, and the Two Spider men shows has my mind boggled. It’s like a broken jigsaw puzzle with the crossovers... not to mention Hawkeye’s flashback to when they were apparently the Earth-8096. I hope a comic can just explain that those realities got all melded and mangled around in the post Secret Wars Resurrection. Any thoughts?
I wanted to ask you if any movie, comic or Marvel series ever made you cry.
I started crying in Endgame but not in the part that Tony Stark dies, I cried when the part was seen when Rogers danced with Peggy. The music and the atmosphere are sad.
Well that was it. Happy 2020 everyone
Did you noticed O'Reilly is refering to events from Avengers, Luke Cage and Defenders? I mean after "overpassing of Connors" she tells Fuchs (not at all obvious that he is a phony) she could tells something about her time in NY and her friend Misty. I hope that this remark does not remain the only one. And the universe gets a bit looser with the connections. (Agents in Netflix series, cinema characters in ABC productions...)
I believe that if Spider-Man Unlimited was done in the following manner, it would've been a much better show: Episodes 1-8 air the same (plus a better Spidey departure scene; minus the coloring errors that occur once in a while) and then the 3 original comic book tales (Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 2 issues 3-5) will kick-in as episodes 9, 10, 11 with the following changes (/minus the things that the comics staff didn't grasped right):
- Counter-Earth is a remote planet in our universe not a parallel universe/timeline Earth thus no need of the local EXACT (?!) copies of Reed Richards and the Fantastic Four to be situated there and as the Brute's secret identity and background, NOR American flags through the tales about this alien planet AS there is no America there, the High Evolutionary probably just named the place he set his capital in: "New York City".
- Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 2 issue 4/"Episode 10" - "Harmony" should be kept without any changes besides the Green Goblin's dialogue with Spider-Man since he didn't knew an off-worlder till "Sustenance" (pre-last episode of the season, i.e. 12) where he managed to figure Spidey's secret identity as well while he was fearing Naoko was having an affair with Peter Parker.
- Since the Green Goblin is Naoko's missing husband, Counter-Earth's Wolverine should be someone else who has ties to her place, let's say: her brother OR brother-in-law?).
After we cleared all this up we have "Matters of the Heart" as the season finale (while the current episodes 11-13 will be part of the second season, already 3/13 episodes done for ya).
What do you think was your response to the series if the shows was as my improvement suggestion?
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Anyone else really surprised by some of the stuff showing up in The Gifted? We've got the HOUNDs, Fenris, Dr. Cambell, Trask Industries, Kick, and now Esme--who I strongly suspect is Esme Cuckoo.
Old thread reached its limit. For brevity's sake, this thread with cover Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as well as other current and upcoming shows airing on network TV.
I really enjoyed these shows, and I was wondering if anyone else on here had seen them and would like to share their thoughts.
The video is a tribute to Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble and Guardians of the Galaxy. The song was "The Touch" by Stan Bush.
I was rewatching both Marvel's Daredevil and Marvel's Jessica Jones (in preperation for Marvel's Luke Cage), and when watching Jessica Jones knowing beforehand that Will Simpson is supposed to be their equivalent to Nuke (where they refer to him as Will instead of Frank, possibly to throw off comic fans), I started to see in terms of looks, similarities between him and Steve Rogers.
Considering that in the comics, Nuke is essentially a more extreme version of Captain America in terms of his patriotism, I wouldn't be surprised if in the show they made Simpson look similar to Rogers in their civilian garbs to reflect that.
Anyone else noticed that, or is it a bit of a stretch?