i'm real curious about the Extended teaser. i see a lot of people are crying out for that being FF or something related but i would imagine Family would be the clear hint toward that. my guess is, since they haven't announced who is the new team behind it yet, it is ASM. i hope not because although i love allred, fraction i just don't see capturing spider-man too well.
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the way i read it was that warner were the ones that wanted dicaprio for riddler. yeah, it's hard to follow up ledger's joker with riddler. even if they had gone with arkham city's riddler which was just outstanding.
i wish they would make a young avengers show or animated film, especially if it was handled right. however, they probably wouldn't because some jerks out there would make a fuss about wiccan and hulkling or something.
i can't remember when the exact issue was, or even the numbering, but in an issue from not too long ago in Amazing Spider-Man that Deadpool is in actually had me laughing quite a bit. I want to say it was around the time of The Gauntlet but i'm not too sure, but that's a fantastic Deadpool read, especially his insult fight with Spider-Man.
this doesn't sound...great. i know i wrote something a while back how marvel could benefit from a reboot, but this is incredibly unclear. one book sounds like it'll have way too many characters and they're calling it a team book instead of an anthology. the other sounds complicated in that they're bringing the original five x-men back? why. that's terrible. they need to stop starting avengers books over and narrow down those books to two manageable titles at most. this whole everyone looks edgy feel to it where iron man switches out red for black, cyclops looks like that, the hulk wears armor (planet hulk was different), thor has swords now, i can't tell if cap has a gun but he definitely looks exactly like his ultimates counter-part, as does nick fury who i guess they just killed their original character to oppeal to the occasional reader who may or may not pick up a book depending on how they feel after any of the movies, it's just all kind of silly. and there's been no event to lead up to this like with flashpoint. unless you're saying the phoenix just resets everything, in which case, better i guess? if they do this there will be zero need for the ultimate line though, that's for sure. again, i saw they said not everything will change but it all, again, doesn't sound that great. when dc started over they had a big plan. this sounds like copying in a really quick, not too bright way.
buuuuuuut i'm confused.
so, when his face got torn off that was one of the first run-ins with batman. however, it's still canon that he shot barbara and killed jason and did everything he usually did, when he super had a face.
but he...doesn't now? and batman never found him after that crappy villain the dollmaker helped slice his face off? i know that's a lot of questions but this it's a little silly.
if there is one real bad idea the writers could've done much better at coming out of the new 52 it would've been to have be at the absolute very least 8 or 9 years when they started out.
I'm all for it, this is the natural conclusion of AvX, that and mutants aren't almost extinct anymore
edit: Not that AvX is particularly good or anything.. I'm just saying.. this is where its all leading
however, one question still bugs me and i can never find the answer; didn't they have a kid at some point? i thought i remembered them having a baby years back. no, not from the MC2 line, but from the regular one. whatever happened with that?
see, this is where it just shows that they're being greedy, money-hungry monsters. they didn't continue any of the actual great series' that they've had over the past years (seriously, at one point it looked like marvel was making a strong comeback) mainly because they had to work with companies out of house. now that they have their own studio with disney as a backer, they're going to renew kiddie, awful, unintelligent, positively grating cartoons. this show is an abomination.
wolverine and the x-men was terrific with the cast and alternate story-telling they had made it always a treat.
spectacular spider-man was the right blend of the regular and ultimate line combined with a spider-man you really felt that you got, a pretty good supporting cast, and constantly entertaining villain arcs.
now that EMH is soon to be gone and i've a couple episodes earlier than they air in America and the roster just gets better.
it's a shame. you know they're going to somehow really lame up the new avengers toon by making captain america have to work undercover as a telemarketer or something along the lines just for "laughs"