Great reviews guys, you both have renewed my confidence and I once again look forward to seeing this! BTW, way to keep them spoiler free I know that's got to be tough.
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For me it would have to be his escape in his first armor in the first Iron Man, it was both cool (from an action standpoint) and emotional especially when Yensin died sacrificing his life so Tony could escape and it was at that moment Tony realized his purpose.
A very close second would be the hostage rescue from Iron Man 1 only if it also includes his dog fight with the F-22 Raptors.
Dude if this was Facebook I totally would've given you a "Like" for that. The only thing I somewhat disagree with is the notion that Wolverine can't carry his own solo films, only because I believe that with above average writers and a studio that's equally concerned with telling a compelling story as it is making money (yeah I'm talking to you Fox) they can accomplish the task of making a Wolverine film that's more than just a 2 hour (or however long the movie is) hack and slash beat 'em up.
Favorite part of the interview...
CV: While we’re on the subject, do you have a favorite comic book movie?
KH: You know, I have to say X2 was pretty good! Am I allowed to pick it?
CV: Sure, you can totally plug it. It’s a good one!
KH: I think it’s one of the best! (laughs)
CV: How do you feel about Hugh Jackman killing you?
KH: Ugh, it was so disappointing, but it was such a beautiful death, wasn't it?
and the thing is even to this day both that movie and that scene remain one of the best films based off of a comic book and one of the best fight scenes. I always found it so funny how her character of Deathstrike was giving Logan so much trouble that he had to resort to just pumping her full of adamantium just to be rid of her, lol.
Absolutely love it! Now if DC will get Kenneth Rocafort to design a New 52 take on the Eradicator then we'll really be in business. Also, when is Steel going to make another appearance? Hopefully it's at the same time Cyborg Superman shows up I would love to see Kenneth Rocafort draw him. fingers crossed!
I sure wish there was a way you fine folks here at Comicvine could keep track of people's comments because after this trailer their are going to be a lot of folks who had bad mouthed this movie just weeks ago that are mysteriously going to be "fans" of it now.
I didn't realize how much I missed Renee until this article..
goes off to read 52
Totally agree! I'm saying this as a reader of many New 52 titles just that section on the absence of Renee Montoya makes me see how the New 52 was really poorly done in many areas.
@k4tzm4n there's been some release artwork for CA2, and Thor ad GotG, just a heads up if you hadn't found it yet
Looks like they're going with his Ultimate Marvel look, I even think Anthony Mackie let it slip in a tweet that he would be a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in the movie.
I can't believe your just now finding this figure I've had it in my personal collection for years, and I say that not to gloat but because as a resident of the Bay Area I usually find it harder to locate most figures when not shopping online but this one was actually one of the few my LCS managed to keep on the shelf for awhile. In my honest opinion though I don't see that big of a difference between this and the Marvel Universe Thanos figure, the only advantage this figure has over that is the Mistress Death figure that comes with it, other than that they're pretty much the same except their size.
pass not a fan of her work, other than star trek i find her underwhelming as an actress, plus i've always pictured gamora as an asian space chick, i'd prefer someone like that to play her.
plus she's all skin and bone, i'd prefer an actress with some actual curves.
I'm not saying I disagree with you on the Gamora as an Asian space chick thing but what Asian actress comes to your mind and makes you think "athletic and curvy" I mean really?