>ten years ago Captain America was a punchline
>even after The Avengers a lot of people still thought he was dorky and uncool
>now he's the beating heart of the MCU and may have the single strongest superhero film trilogy of all time.
Feels good, boys. Feels good.
in the end, the american dream can not be killed
Why did they did they make superman boring ?
Pre-crisis superman was an interesting character that had internal conflicts and didn't spend an entire issue punching bad guys ?
When will superman go back to pulling complex pranks to trick bad guys?
8 years later, what do you think of Heath Ledger as the Joker?
I have no interest in how faithful it is or what kind of precedent it set or didn't set for comics and other Joker incarnations. I'm not saying it was I'm not saying it wasn't; I just don't care. I am perfectly happy to have my comic book themed movies be comic book THEMED and not in any way part of some sprawling canon. It was an interesting characterization with amazing acting that stole the show and that's pretty much all there is to say on the matter.
AND EVERYTIME IT RAINS, IT RAINS
PENNIES FROM HEAVEN
He was a crazed kidnapper who people only remember for his sob story song that he was using to try to talk a human into giving him firepower. The moment he realized Mowgli wasn't going to give it to him, he got real violent real fast.
>april 28 brazil
>may 6 rest of the world
Enjoy your free spoilers.
What the fuck am I watching? It's like a fever dream.
I always read him as Mike Tyson, is that wrong?
>Immortal Iron Fist
>Danny learns that his father's company is built on having exploited the people of K'un-Lun and decides to gradually give away all of his money
>a child whose father is unemployed asks Danny why Rand Corp is being dismantled when many people could use the work
>Danny questions whether he's made the right choice, but ultimately the book ends without him thinking about it...
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In inhuman Iso had the Capo's personality Map written into her brain which gave her the ability to speak english, made her change her name to Iso, and possibly made her a genius. There isn't an explanation why it did that or why it is important to the capo.
PM&IF doesn't address any of what happened in ILW, and I doubt future issues will either. The only element it retains is Danny's costume. Danny acts like a dumb ass, it could be a reaction to all the shit he deals with in his previous run. I'd definitely like to see his Netflix show deal with this issue/elaborate on it. Perhaps his next run will.
Speaking of the upcoming show, I'm fucking hyped.
Reminder that Sonic successfully seduced Robotnik one time.
I wouldn't really say the time he disguised himself as his lover counts. Though he did also try dressing up as Rapunzel to get him.
Surprise fuckers, it's update time
Is Thanos actually that incredible of a villain to be worth all of this build up? What makes him so compelling?
He's basically the top of the list of galactic-level threats that Marvel Studios has available to them with the rights issues. It's not that he's particularly great, it's that he's a) the most well known comparably b) the main player in a well known crossover and c) the impetus for bringing most of these characters together in the source material in the past. He's basically default galactic threat for the MCU, not particularly better than other ones.
Giffen did a fine job.
>What makes him so compelling?
1. he's a good character when written well (then again, who isn't?)
2. he's kinda like the 'final boss' of the 616 Marvel universe
3. the whole power gems thing works nicely as a theme for the MCU since it provides them with a nice little set of McGuffins
Will this always be the shining example of an occult comic book hero done right in film?
Spawn is fun for nostalgia but ultimately a half assed film, of course Blade holds up as a pretty good film, the Ghost Rider movies are the example of how NOT to do this kind of movie, and in this day and age I really just don't see this kind of stuff flying for mass audiences, it's just a different time...so is this the best we'll likely ever see?
>There are people on /co/ RIGHT NOW who don't think that Treasure Planet was the greatest movie to come out of the Disney Renaissance
Don't ever talk to me and my wife's son ever again.