@oldnightcrawler: Oh yeah. I can't imagine Wolverine staying dead for too long.
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Great topic video!! I would like to see Flash, Green Arrow and Wonder Woman get their own games similar to the Batman Arkham Asylum games!
@oldnightcrawler: I agree that having Wolverine, Colossus and Nightcrawler back in one group is awesome to see! I can't wait to see these three bond together again! Although, if the rumors about Wolverine actually dying are true, then that might put a wrench in the famous friendship.
I honestly loved Dragonball Z myself, but if there were some changes I make to the show, it would be to not have so many lengthy battle sequences that last for six episodes when it could end in just two or three episodes. Also, like everybody else pointed out, I would like to have more focus on the other DBZ characters (besides the Saiyans) like Krillin, Yamcha and Tien and give them their time in the spotlight.
@jaken7: Exactly. What works with how Marvel does their mid/after credits scenes is that those scenes are either mentioned subtly in the movie or have some connection to the movie of which credits the scene is in. But having a random trailer for a movie that has no apparent connection to the movie it's in...that's just milking the whole concept of mid-to-after credit scenes. And like you said, it will also confuse people as they're going to leave the theater believing that Spider-Man will be teaming-up with the X-Men in the future.
I agree with all this. It worked in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because those mid/after credit scenes were used to predict what will happen in the future movies of Marvel and how they could possibly affect the characters involved in said movie. But, just using a mid/after credit scene to promote another film that has no chance of crossing over (although that could change down the line) would just make the fans even more angry once they find out that there was no intention of crossing Spider-Man over with the X-Men.
Personally, I think it all depends on who's portraying who, like how Robert Downey Jr. portrayed Iron Man and made him popular again. The same could be said for Rocket Raccoon, Black Panther and Doctor Strange.
@adamtrmm: I agree with this! That's why I loved Joss Whedon's run on Astonishing so much because while the whole run is serious for the most part, it did have some lighthearted moments that I enjoyed such as the cute bantering between all of the X-Men characters involved and some of the jokes they gave out.
I'm not sure about their facial expressions looking so human now (even though I kind of knew this was going to happen anyway), but what I'm more concerned about is if they could get their personalities right (Mikey is playful and the comic relief and Raphael is the tough and hot headed member of the team). It would be interesting to see how this movie plays out though. Great article k4tzm4n!
Green Lantern (either Hal Jordan or John Stewart)
Flash (possibly Barry Allen)