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#1 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

This is the cherry on top. Im done.

#2 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

What's next, Infinity Gauntlet? Odin's sake I hope not.

#3 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

Although the Civil War arc is a pretty cool concept and story, I really hope Marvel isn't planning on pursuing this Civil War rumor for one particular reason: Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet!

Thanos has been teased in the end of the first Avengers movie as well as made a bigger but small appearance in Guardians Of The Galaxy as well. Its obvious Marvel is teasing Thanos in making him a big part of the MCU in the future. Before RDJ/Iron Man became a part of Captain America 3 and all this hype of it possibly leading to Civil War, there was a rumor going around that Avengers 3 could be The Infinity Gauntlet and that it could be a 2 part movie involving 2 films. Although both Civil War and The Infinity Gauntlet are not yet confirmed for the plot of Avengers 3 or any upcoming Marvel titles, I'm really hoping that Marvel just doesn't throw this ongoing Thanos tease out the door for a Civil War plot. If Marvel does in fact pursue this Civil War rumor, then Thanos would not make an appearance in any upcoming Avengers movies. The only possible considerations would be Guardians Of The Galaxy 2. With that being said its kind of hard for me to believe (or at least want to believe) that Marvel is going to pursue a Civil War movie during/after Captain America 3. I don't see why Marvel would throw Thanos in 2 films without casting him as a main villain in a soon to be upcoming title. The only way I see Marvel casting Thanos would be in Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 if they decide to pursue a Civil War film.

Another thing to consider is actor contracts. With both RDJ and Chris Evans running around 1-2 more films after Avengers 2: Age of Ultron under their current contracts, it starts to limit the possibilities of what the MCU can create with their current Avengers cast. If Marvel does take the route of producing a Civil War title after/during Captain America 3, then I don't see the current Avengers team of actors facing Thanos in the future due to the current contract limitations of RDJ and Chris Evans.

#4 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

@owie said:

@louiexiiith said:

One thing that I do remember in one of the early Infinity issues is when Black Dwarf invaded Wakanda. Him and the Black Panther fought and if I remember correctly, Black Panther beat Black Dwarf with ease in which he had to retreat. But in this issue it takes the whole Galactic Council to defeat Black Dwarf. Fair to say that any member of the Galactic Council is easily stronger and more powerful then T'Challa, in which they should of been able to defeat Black Dwarf with even more ease then T'Challa. This didn't bother me at all, but it is something that I did remember and thought was kind of weird.

I had the same problem. Plus, right before that the completely street-level Shang Chi and Black Widow were able to defeat all his minions, who were presumably super-powered, and then Dwarf smacks Widow with his mace, and she gets up on the next page and fights like nothing happened.

It looked like Shang Chi had taken the beating between the two, so at least it wasn't so obvious. But yeah the probability of them two taking on Black Dwarf AND his minions doesn't seem logical. I also faced the same problem with Black Dwarf and BW. He smacks her across the room with his huge mace but then she's able to get up as if she's non human.

#5 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

One thing that I do remember in one of the early Infinity issues is when Black Dwarf invaded Wakanda. Him and the Black Panther fought and if I remember correctly, Black Panther beat Black Dwarf with ease in which he had to retreat. But in this issue it takes the whole Galactic Council to defeat Black Dwarf. Fair to say that any member of the Galactic Council is easily stronger and more powerful then T'Challa, in which they should of been able to defeat Black Dwarf with even more ease then T'Challa. This didn't bother me at all, but it is something that I did remember and thought was kind of weird.

#6 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

Great event all issues thus far no doubt. How Hickman concludes this should be interesting. I feel like 1 last issue of Infinity will be hard to conclude such an epic event with such magnitude. We're talking about a "last battle" and more pages to conclude this huge universal event that has happened. I would have liked Hickman do this "last battle" solely upon one issue. There's so many characters that can be put into these panels, it can easily be deserved of an issue itself. With such a good story and arguably a lack of action in this event, I hope that the last issue really emphasizes the title "last battle" and not just show another panel of an Avengers victory.

#7 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor.

I really hope Marvel gets to express how strong Thor truly is in the Marvel Universe in The Dark World. One of my favorite moments in Avengers is when Thor and Hulk fight it out and Hulk tries to pick up Mjolnir but he cant. So sick!

#8 Posted by LouieXIIIth (8 posts) - - Show Bio

I feel like this was a big issue with the Infinity event regarding the builders but I was kind of confused of what this issue actually represents. Is it that there are actually more builders from another universe in which they are not as aggressive as the ones the Avengers and such are currently fighting in space? Also, I didn't really understand why the builders destroyed their own planet.