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#1 Posted by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

It was really only a matter of time, both parties played hardball. Marvel put themselves in the situation because of the contract they gave him for the first one, obviously he wouldn't take a worse contract and Marvel Studios/Disney wanted to keep more. Eventually the studio would have to relent, it was just about squeezing the last penny out of each other.

Am I the only person who thinks that the only Iron Man appearances from now on will be in Avengers films? Marvel Studios has said they will only put out two films a year so with all of the franchises they are trying to start, Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, etc., one is bound to be a hit, maybe not Iron Man big but enough to make a trilogy. That leaves little room for even a reboot of Iron Man, which would be at least five to seven years away at best.

#2 Edited by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

@sasquatch888: Well that sucks I guess, it was different and I liked it. I agree that that Angela part was a little weird, It felt like it was added at the end for little reason because the Galactus part was at least Bendis related. I am not sure who she is but I doubt she will make it into Guardians 1 except maybe in passing.

#3 Posted by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

Well apparently I was the only person who liked this series. I like this review but I think the issue was a 4 out of 5 for sure, and the series as a whole was too.

There was a lot of action and mystery involved and it really was cool seeing the characters in such a bleak setting that is more than a what-if. The plot direction changes were a nice way to change up the way the story was told.

#4 Edited by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

This week I think I am most excited for Artifacts 28.

Superman Unchained, Superboy, Suicide Squad, and Uncanny X-Force are close behind though.

#5 Edited by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

This issue was nothing more than pure disrespect to the characters and their stories apparently for the sake of Hopeless giving the finger to people who don't like the book.

Thank you for an accurate review.

Check out mine.

#6 Posted by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

@soumya said:

@hart7668 said:

Two words: Lazarus Pit

or may be Samsara Serum

That could lead to some insane developments if the Suicide Squad was revealed to the DCU at large. That has so much potential to be epic.

#7 Edited by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

Highlight of the issue: The Invisible Jet!


Overall this was a solid issue. Those Martian Manhunter back ups are really great.

#8 Posted by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

I hope this is as great as the series this replaced. His run was a little choppy story arc to story arc but the overall story was great.

#9 Edited by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio

This looks promising

PLEASE PLEASE put Starkiller in here! Since Force Unleashed 3 has gone the way of all Star Wars games number 3's please make one story arc about him. At the very least mention him.

#10 Posted by pspin (897 posts) - - Show Bio
@pspin said:

I want it to be Luke Cage because seeing him in live action would be awesome but I don't want it to be him because a movie would be so much better suited for his character.

Totally agree with everything you said, and I would add despite the guy they have (potentially) playing him being a great actor, he's just a little too thin to be Luke Cage in my opinion.

He is a little small but I bet he could bulk up if he was in a movie instead of the trailer he made, Chis Evans has looked pretty skinny in some movies despite being pretty big as Cap. Same with Hemsworth, but he is always huge

@mercy_ said:
@pspin said:

I want it to be Luke Cage because seeing him in live action would be awesome but I don't want it to be him because a movie would be so much better suited for his character.

I wouldn't put it past Marvel to use the show as a testing ground for lesser known heroes that they want into introduce into the MCU as a whole and use later down the road.

That would be a cool idea but as long as they don't tie down the characters to the series it could work. The only problem I see is that it could get expensive, especially if they try to integrate it with the movie characters and Disney can be some stingy people when it comes to budgeting.

@kriminal said:
@pspin said:

I want it to be Luke Cage because seeing him in live action would be awesome but I don't want it to be him because a movie would be so much better suited for his character.

i want a heros for hire movie so effin bad

If only man, if only. That would be so much better that Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant-Man but it isn't "epic enough." Plus who would they fight? Kingpin might be an option now but there isn't that many iconic street level villains that they could fight that don't belong to Spider-man