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#1 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

I also think it is Feyja/Friga whatever her name is but feel that may be too obvious so it might not be her. I was hoping it would be Valkyrie.

#2 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

Personally I was disappointed by both, one more than the other. Salvation had a lot to offer but (read about it, it's true) Christian Bale, ruined it. Not intentionally ruining the film, he wanted more screen time so they pretty much rewrote the whole movie which gave us the underwhelming disappointment I was fooled into getting excited about. Sam Worthington's character Marcus offered a new protagonist with awesome potential but all that was shoved aside for Bale. Marcus brought mystery (we did not know his back story and the whole being a cyborg thing could have led to more possible cyborgs), in the movie it was even said no one knew about this from all the time travel info so omg a new mythology could have be created or began, Coolest is he's a Fu**ING nearly unstoppable bad ass that alone is awesome which could have made him the new "Arnold" of the films because God knows Arnold does not belong in anymore Terminator movies (he will ruin the new one I bet) and originally the movie was supposed to be Marcus, Kyle and what's her face trying to find John with John only being in the end or a quick cameo at the end. Marcus could have changed the franchise and brought a new approach to telling the Terminator stories but it got ignored for Batman. Prometheus could have been awesome but by not delving into the "Alien" movie history like we all were hoping Ridley would we got a decent sci-fi flick that had some questionable stuff happen and plot holes as well as kind of felt familiar to Alien while trying not to be it. It seems like by using stuff similar to Alien (those jars, guys with bursted chests, androids, the big telescope thing like in the first Alien and a similar big guy that at one like in the original) it led us to believe it was going to expand on the xenomorphs but not actually focus on them. Instead we focus on engineers (been awhile since I've seen it so foggy on details) who want to destroy earth because it was a failed experiment . . . what? No back story to that or explanation to why there were a bunch of engineers dead that were running from something, ugh it let me down but it was alright. Not sure why the xenomorph looking thing showed up at the end, is that the progenitor? original? I was more let down than entertained. Freaking black ooze.

#3 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

They set up Blizzard in the 1st season of S.H.I.E.L.D. and I think they are trying to avoid always having him fight people in suits. I can see Zeke Stane maybe being a mysterious figure then revealing himself in the end. Figure they can really push a Stark Industries take over that stresses him and such, goes to drastic measures and makes some crazy suit or an internal suit kind of like Extremis or Bleeding Edge or even go way back in comics when he's broke and desperate and makes a suit using "S.K.I.N." it was a long time ago I don't really remember the story line.

Also the fallout of Avengers 2 may affect the plot. Might be in trouble for having a hand in creating Ultron and thus his company and all things associated with it are bought by Zeke Stane or something. What ever there are a lot of things to be done but you are right I think they should use A.I.M. since Hydra kind of already exploded, they can compete for supremacy with Starks stuff.

P.S Civil War is a terrible idea to bring to a movie, not enough characters established in the "cinematic universe" and to big a project. Might be cool to see them argue about which would be an Easter egg of sorts.

#4 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

They set up Blizzard in the 1st season of S.H.I.E.L.D. and I think they are trying to avoid always having him fight people in suits. I can see Zeke Stane maybe being a mysterious figure then revealing himself in the end. Figure they can really push a Stark Industries take over that stresses him and such, goes to drastic measures and makes some crazy suit or an internal suit kind of like Extremis or Bleeding Edge or even go way back in comics when he's broke and desperate and makes a suit using "S.K.I.N." it was a long time ago I don't really remember the story line.

Also the fallout of Avengers 2 may affect the plot. Might be in trouble for having a hand in creating Ultron and thus his company and all things associated with it are bought by Zeke Stane or something. What ever there are a lot of things to be done but you are right I think they should use A.I.M. since Hydra kind of already exploded, they can compete for supremacy with Starks stuff.

#5 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

Black Panther and/or Luke Cage solo movies would be cool. . . but the Inhumans are awesome too maybe a show first I dunno

#6 Edited by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

Thinking maybe the Superior Iron Man might be Arno or Vision because he has a diamond looking thing on his forehead.

#7 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

What is going on? He fights his future self?

#8 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

I didn't vote since Joe Kelly wasn't up there but I loved Strazynski's work until he decided to Norman knock up Gwen. . . terrible and about half were before my time and most of their wiki pages don't give great details so I would have liked some notes on what they did for Spider-Man or what arcs they wrote . . . hint-hint mods

#9 Edited by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

Might be cool, ever so often publishers feel inclined to give us stories or series set in the future but since DC is going 5 years Marvel is going 50! Remember DC 1 Million and Marvel 2099, and the other gimmicks like that along with the many arcs and graphic novels telling future, past or alt timeline stories.how original future stories happen all the time it's like reinventing a character bc you have run out of ideas but this time with Marvel and DC obviously competing these future stories might be good.

#10 Posted by fACEmelter88 (613 posts) - - Show Bio

PS Whoever wrote the arc about Osborn knocking up Gwen can rot in hell...is that writer listed?

PPS

@liveforever said:

I don't think he's ever had an extensive run on the book, but Joe Kelly has written some incredible issues. First one that springs to mind is the Rhino issue of the Gauntlet.

Yea but the issue that left me breathless was the conclusion of Rhino's Gauntlet story when his girl died and he put his suit back to fight the Mecha-Rhino and Peter is pulling Alexi as hard as he can then eventually Peter is in street clothes leaving bloody foot prints . . . one of the most powerful issues of Spider-Man ever. Did Joe Kelly write that?