I remember Ethan Edwards interferring with old Web head, and wasn't Wonder Man leaking ionic energy making him mentally unstable or something? I do like this team of 'not-villains' throwing down with the Avengers, they sure have the power to do so, 'twil hopefully be epic.
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They do seem very similar. As for Superman his direct copy is Hyperion, without question. Green Arrow and Hawkeye bore me so, but yes very much the same, different backgrounds but that's little excuse. I can't see Wonder woman and Carol Danvers being the same, their powers aren't, but as for being women consistently on the flagshop teams of both Marvel and DC, on that I can agree. As for Red Tornado and Vision, lol, once again they are both robots on big teams, but so long as their powers vary I have no foible with them. I think flying and super strength are becoming compulsory for many characters nowadays, which doesn't bother me, otherwise how could they throw down with all the other super-powered villain folk?!
Arkillo leading the Sinestro corps maybe? Pretty cool, although it woud be better if it's namesake was still in charge there. I want Hal Jordan back. Put him in a new colour, rival his power with Larfleeze, one member to his corps, himself. Right?!
I liked the idea of Carol and Spidey being in a relationship, her seriousness and regimented background would have worked brilliantly against his humour. Shame that didn't happen.
I think some won't agree just because they're used to seeing a white spidey. It does seem a little forced. Personally I've never really followed the Ultimate universe, I understand that Spidey was alot younger in this one, but my qualm is that this new character looks very young also, surely a changea in the status quo could mean a more aged one in this universe, not like spiderman: reign obviously lol (great story by the way).
I don't want it to happen, but as the trailer says " every journey has an end" I'm thinking old Bane's going to break the bat, hopefuly bats will kick seven kinds of whatsit out of someone whose physicaly superior to him. A point I'd like to make, what's with bringing back villains/characters that have already appeared in films before? Why not try something different? First the Joker, now Bane and Catwoman (most likely) and in Superman they're doing Zod an Faore. Seeing as Nolan's behind it I'm not too bothered, but it does appear a wee bit uninnovative and slightly frustrating. Woe is me.