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You don't like my Thor costume? shog[1].gif

i love it.

especially your hammer nod[1].gif
post #782 of 1032
was this posted yet?

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post #783 of 1032
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Originally Posted by Imhoff View Post

Avengers B Squad..... ASSEMBLE!!!
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New body armor for Iron Man, the Mark VII Captain Morgan edition. And Capt America sporting a smaller, frisbeee like shield.

lol... hulk....
post #784 of 1032
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Agreed. I could watch the Avengers over and over again. Watchmen, although I love it, I could only take one dosage of it at a certain time.


Thor baby Thor
post #785 of 1032
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post

Watched Avengers a few days ago, how boring, banal and predictable. The special effects were awesome though. Any thoughts on comparing it to Watchmen? There's no comparison in my head, Watchmen wins by a mile, but I'd like to know what others think.

The only comparable story in the Marvel universe to Watchmen is Civil War - and even that isn't even as good as Watchmen by a large factor.

If Disney/Marvel do things right, and Sony and Fox also pitch in - they can possibly do a Civil War movie. Maybe make some changes since no one wants to see Cap get sniped by a time warping bullet...

It would add a good/decent plot and more reason for the heroes to fight one another.

Although that would be a very expensive movie and require a lot of cooperation, so much so that its close to impossible. Budget is definitely one issue since the actors would start climbing the pay scale after current contracts finish up, but I would suspect it would be a blockbuster and that may not matter at that point.

Here's to wishful thinking
post #786 of 1032
My youngest daughter and I have/had an Avengers weekend. We watched all the movies (I hadn't seen Hulk or CA). Then we went to see the movie (2nd time for me). Full House- a lot of ppl seeing it for the 1st time. I don't buy many movies, but I will get this one.


Box Office so far: US 474 mil
Worldwide 1.3 bil
post #787 of 1032
Finally caught it today.

The only major qualm: Why does Thanos resemble Shrek? Tuuurrible job with the eyes.
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Originally Posted by Johdus Fanfoozal View Post

Finally caught it today.

The only major qualm: Why does Thanos resemble Shrek? Tuuurrible job with the eyes.

1. Spoiler tag please.

2. Not at all.
post #789 of 1032
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post

My youngest daughter and I have/had an Avengers weekend. We watched all the movies (I hadn't seen Hulk or CA). Then we went to see the movie (2nd time for me). Full House- a lot of ppl seeing it for the 1st time. I don't buy many movies, but I will get this one.
Box Office so far: US 474 mil
Worldwide 1.3 bil

which hulk did you see?

i havent seen any yet, worthwhile?
post #790 of 1032
Tell me if you believe this comic nerds.

Agent Phil Coulson of SHIELD is secretly the Vision. I’ll tell you why.

The movies have already established that both Synthezoids (Captain America) and Life Model Decoys (Avengers, Iron Man 2 [Stark Expo]) exist. Fully passable androids are already around.
Coulson has never exhibited emotion, not once. He remains cool calm and collected in the most insane situations. Even after being stabbed through the chest by Loki he barely bats an eyelash and advises Fury to use his death to motivate the team.
Coulson was somehow able to get through Stark Tower’s security systems basically unchallenged
When talking about Coulson after his “death” Fury says he “lost his one good eye”, a clear reference to Coulson’s codename Vision. Coulson has acted as Fury’s eyes in the field in every single aspect of the Avenger’s Initiative
The one subject he expresses any real enthusiasm in is Captain America, a contemporary of Jim Hammond, the original Synthezoid on which the Vision was based.
And most importantly, if this is true then Phil Coulson is alive.
post #791 of 1032
all that is way to nerdy for me. but i assumed he was alive. just didnt make sense for him to be dead. and there was no clear shot of him dead. plus the trading cards taken from his locker, not his person.... just didnt add up.

he is alive imo.
post #792 of 1032
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

all that is way to nerdy for me. but i assumed he was alive. just didnt make sense for him to be dead. and there was no clear shot of him dead. plus the trading cards taken from his locker, not his person.... just didnt add up.
he is alive imo.

Well, it was implied that his death is what brought the Avengers back together and more cohesive. And yes, the trading cards were pulled out of his locker and not off his corpse, but that was Fury giving the team a "little push" and motivation.

I am not a definitive comic book nerd, but I think it would be a stretch to assume he is still alive and is/becomes Vision.
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Originally Posted by Imhoff View Post

Well, it was implied that his death is what brought the Avengers back together and more cohesive. And yes, the trading cards were pulled out of his locker and not off his corpse, but that was Fury giving the team a "little push" and motivation.
I am not a definitive comic book nerd, but I think it would be a stretch to assume he is still alive and is/becomes Vision.

implied being the key word. smile.gif

also, in comic book stuff, its a stretch to say anything is a stretch. wink.gif
post #794 of 1032
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Originally Posted by Blackfyre View Post

Tell me if you believe this comic nerds.
Agent Phil Coulson of SHIELD is secretly the Vision. I’ll tell you why.
The movies have already established that both Synthezoids (Captain America) and Life Model Decoys (Avengers, Iron Man 2 [Stark Expo]) exist. Fully passable androids are already around.
Coulson has never exhibited emotion, not once. He remains cool calm and collected in the most insane situations. Even after being stabbed through the chest by Loki he barely bats an eyelash and advises Fury to use his death to motivate the team.
Coulson was somehow able to get through Stark Tower’s security systems basically unchallenged
When talking about Coulson after his “death” Fury says he “lost his one good eye”, a clear reference to Coulson’s codename Vision. Coulson has acted as Fury’s eyes in the field in every single aspect of the Avenger’s Initiative
The one subject he expresses any real enthusiasm in is Captain America, a contemporary of Jim Hammond, the original Synthezoid on which the Vision was based.
And most importantly, if this is true then Phil Coulson is alive.

Very intereesting observation. We just have to wait for the sequel.
post #795 of 1032
I do have one question though-What the f*ck is sos special about Nick Fury? What is his special power? At least nothing in the movie.
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