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Posted by Superguy0009e

i think this may be from one of the realms of asgard

Posted by SexualLobster

@Superguy0009e said:

i think this may be from one of the realms of asgard

Yea a lot of people think it's 'dak elves'. But the machinery and flying motorcycles and giant snake robot things seems out of place to be from one of the realms,

Posted by melt_34

Well at the end of Thor, Loki falls off Asgard, right? It could be a race from Asgard, but I doubt it. I think it will be another "alien" race of which Loki will promise rule of earth or something, just to help with his plans. The Badoon is a good guess. I was under the assumption they were going to be Skrulls until today, so this is all new to me.

Posted by BiteMe-Fanboy

They do sort of look like Korbinites. Woo. That would be so awesome. Esp. a Beta Ray Bill cameo.

Posted by Deranged Midget

They look like deformed Dark Elves.

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Edited by SexualLobster

@Deranged Midget said:

They look like deformed Dark Elves.

Yea, that's one of the bigget theories, which make sense. But do they use any machinery..?

@BiteMe-Fanboy said:

They do sort of look like Korbinites. Woo. That would be so awesome. Esp. a Beta Ray Bill cameo.

That's what I was thinking.. but I really doubt they'd go that way in a movie, it's throw everything out of whack :p

Posted by Killemall

@SexualLobster:

i have heard rumors of the alien race actually being the negative zone army and the stick that Loki uses to subdue the crowd being the cosmic control rod. But like i said, pure rumors.

Posted by Izaiah
@SexualLobster: The Asgardians use technology..why not the Dark Elves?
Posted by ShadowX

I think it's the creatures from Musphelliem(sp) or Dark Elves.

If they are Alanteans then that might fit into the whole Namor being in Iron Man 3 thing though.

Posted by fodigg

I'm guess the Beta Ray Bllls (Korbinites). It makes sense to tie them to Asgard in some way.

Posted by sesquipedalophobe

They're too ugly to be Korbinites. The Badoon was a better guess.

Posted by Gambit1024

They're definitely not Atlanteans... I do like the Kang theories though. I hope that's what it'll end up being

Posted by SexualLobster

@Izaiah said:

@SexualLobster: The Asgardians use technology..why not the Dark Elves?

Flying motocycles..? :p

Posted by mervotron

What if it's the race from Breakworld like shown in Astonishing X-Men? That was written by Whedon wasn't it...?

Posted by Inverno

@mervotron said:

What if it's the race from Breakworld like shown in Astonishing X-Men? That was written by Whedon wasn't it...?

You may be right... this makes a lot of sense since he is directing.

Posted by Deranged Midget

@SexualLobster: Not entirely sure, but it could be a result of the Cosmic Cube.

@Gambit1024: I do like the theories of Kang's army, a potential series villain?

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Posted by Video_Martian

@Deranged Midget said:

They look like deformed Dark Elves.

Most likely...

Posted by Gambit1024

@Deranged Midget: Honestly, I think Kang or Thanos will be this movie's real villain. Having just Loki seems dull since we've already seen him before in Thor. Plus, Marvel Studios is quite adamant about not revealing the specific name of the aliens. If that's so important to them, it has to give away the plot, or the actual villain, right?

Of course, this is just a theory, much like I'm almost positive Agent Coulson is Mar-Vell.

Posted by Deranged Midget

@Gambit1024: I'm honestly hoping that Kang is the series villain. While Thanos hopefully does make an appearance, I hope him not to be a central character.

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Posted by Gambit1024

@Deranged Midget: I think this one will be Kang/Loki, the next one's Ultron, and to round out the trilogy is Thanos.

Posted by Deranged Midget

@Gambit1024: Gah, I'd rather have Ultron as a series finale than Thanos with perhaps the second film introducing Hank Pym.

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Posted by Gambit1024

@Deranged Midget: Dude, if they introduce Ultron before Hank Pym's name is even mentioned, I'm gonna be pissed. I still stand by the statement that it should have been Hank and Jan, and not Clint and Natasha.

Posted by Deranged Midget

@Gambit1024: I'd rather have Clint and Natasha and let them establish a film for Hank and Jan before throwing them into the Avengers, but yes, I would trip balls if Ultron shows up first. I don't think they will mess that up since they played it correctly in EMH.

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Posted by Gambit1024

@Deranged Midget: We'll see. Edgar Write's been "working on the script" for like, a decade.

Posted by Deranged Midget

@Gambit1024: LOL! Only time will tell my friend, but I have high hopes for Whedon succeeding.

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Edited by Gambit1024

@Deranged Midget: Agreed. Whedon can't mess this up. I refuse to believe otherwise.

Posted by Deranged Midget

@Gambit1024: As do I, my hype for Avengers flattens Dark Knight Rises solely on the reason that I know DKR will be excellent but I want Avengers to succeed.

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Posted by mervotron

If they had Ultron first, they could have Vision join later...

Posted by SexualLobster

I imagine if they'll at least hint at Hank in this film or have a cameo (like hawkeye in Thor).

But even if they don't, why can't Hank be introduced in like an opening scene and have him finally finishing Ultron, then sometime within an hour Ultron escapes, and creates vision all in one movie? with a 2-3 hour timeframe I think it could be done nicely.

Posted by lordemp

No, it's not the skrulls !

Posted by SexualLobster

@lordemp said:

No, it's not the skrulls !

It was cofirmed a while ago that it will be a 'less established' group of aliens/beings from the Marvel universe, not Skrulls, and not the Kree

Posted by TheCannon

Why would it be Kang's army?

Posted by SexualLobster

@TheCannon said:

Why would it be Kang's army?

Why? I don't know. I don't really think it is, like 5% at most IMO :p

But he was a main bad guy in a good chunk of the avengers earth's mightiest heroes tv show, so a lot of people are taking that as a reason. Popularizing the character in the series for the sake of his being in the movie makes sense, kinda.

Again, I doubt it, but that's like, the best idea I could think of :/

Posted by TheCannon

@SexualLobster said:

@TheCannon said:

Why would it be Kang's army?

Why? I don't know. I don't really think it is, like 5% at most IMO :p

But he was a main bad guy in a good chunk of the avengers earth's mightiest heroes tv show, so a lot of people are taking that as a reason. Popularizing the character in the series for the sake of his being in the movie makes sense, kinda.

Again, I doubt it, but that's like, the best idea I could think of :/

I understand wanting to referece other villains, like Kang,Thanos, and Ultron, but I don't know why anyone would say Loki has Kang's army.

Posted by SexualLobster

@TheCannon said:

@SexualLobster said:

@TheCannon said:

Why would it be Kang's army?

Why? I don't know. I don't really think it is, like 5% at most IMO :p

But he was a main bad guy in a good chunk of the avengers earth's mightiest heroes tv show, so a lot of people are taking that as a reason. Popularizing the character in the series for the sake of his being in the movie makes sense, kinda.

Again, I doubt it, but that's like, the best idea I could think of :/

I understand wanting to referece other villains, like Kang,Thanos, and Ultron, but I don't know why anyone would say Loki has Kang's army.

No idea, but a lot of people believe it to be so.

Posted by lordemp

@TheCannon: Yeah I agree with you

Posted by TheCannon

@lordemp said:

@TheCannon: Yeah I agree with you

Good.