Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Feb 4, 2014.
Marvels 2015 poster excludes XMen and F4.
In comparison, the 2007 and 2013 posters has both members of the group right there in front.
NOAP. All for Marvel and the power play.
It would sit better with me if they were not pushing the Inhumans as a mutant replacement.
So DC made a big announcement that they are bringing back the multiverse. Essentially undoing Crisis of Infinite Earths. The New 52 will still be the main universe, but this will allow a lot more freedom to the creators. You can tell stories with any version of the characters you want. They have already teased a book that will essentially be a continuation of Justice League Unlimited. I expect we will see some movieverse books hitting shelves too.
Well, this at least looks like Emma Storm.
Storm?? Frost, right?
Ugh. Yes. I need some coffee. And a nap.
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Also: Mohawk Storm should make an appearance in the next film. I just realized how awful and un-Storm-like Halle Berry's character was, looks and personality wise.
Watch Marvel turn Frost into an Inhuman to keep her around. I'm actually surprised they didn't try that stunt with Wolverine considering he's their second most popular character.
^ If that were the case, have Dr. Strange or Scarlet Witch cast some a phony spell turning the F4 and mutants worldwide into Inhumans or "experiments"
I don't know much about the Inhumans, but whenever they seep into the stories I keep up with, they always seem like such infantile creations of the 60s, 2-D characters named, absurdly, after random mythological figures and so forth, that it makes me doubt the entire comics project altogether. So what's the scoop? Are they just one of those things, like Buffy, that appear flat as cardboard, but have deepened into something artistically satisfying -- or are they just dull and stoopid?
Admittedly, my knowledge of Inhumans (aside from BlackBolt) is practically non-existent. JMRouse can shed some light perhaps
I'd liek to bang harley quinn in the suicide squad movie.
The Royal Family is by far the only even remotely interesting thing about the Inhumans that I've seen. The only time I've paid much attention to them is when they appear in the FF.
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