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#1 Posted by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh dear

Was that oh dear for Cap, or batman? Lol either way it made me laugh.

#2 Edited by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

Random Encounter. Based off of their movie adaptations, who wins in a fight with nothing held back?

#3 Posted by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

How strong is King Hyperion?

#4 Edited by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

Just a glimpse of the hand to hand combat. But my god does it look good.

#5 Posted by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

I would agree with most that due to history, DC characters are more iconic. But marvel is definitely catching up with not only the help of their films, but by showcasing marvel as a overall force within hollywood. Like a family if you will. I was watching an amc red carpet showing, and many of the actors of the winter soldier talked about how glad they are of being part of the marvel "family". I was taken aback because i've never heard anyone use that term before, but more than a couple said that.

On popularity, I think they are on equal footing now. In the mid 2000s, almost every random person knew of Spiderman, Batman, and Superman. Now, that list has extended, adding Iron Man as well. Top superheroes that MOST people know right now is Iron Man, Spiderman, Superman, and Batman.

#6 Edited by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

@xxxddd said:

Marvel doesn't have a single character or team every non-comic fan knows.

DC.

I'm baffled that such a comment like this can be said in 2014

#7 Edited by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

OH MY GOD! Did anyone notice that tease of Age of Ultron?!?

Hulk vs Iron Man's Hulk Buster!!!

It's a newer version from IM3. It actually looked bigger than hulk himself. Those are the scenes they're filming now. Hulk vs Hulk Buster.

#8 Edited by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

I've never seen a single one shot. How many are there?

#9 Posted by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm watching it right now (it's about half-way through) and it's good.

It is. It's interesting to hear Fiege talk about what execs were saying behind the scenes. We naturally like to think they all understand the magnitude of such success, but clearly they don't always do.

#10 Edited by novi_homines (1321 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought those watching might want a place to discuss.

Anyone find it interesting how things weren't as precise as people think? On the show, Fiege talked about how rocky it was to start. Its pretty awesome how it worked out.