"This isn't a five star issue." Then don't give it five stars in yours. The review isn't wrong or right. It's Corey's opinion.
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There is simply no way this can be in continuity, but then it's kinda like the Astonishing X-Men of Avengers books.
Amazing, but clearly not in continuity, or at least set in such an unspecified time that is not the current Marvel Universe,
I tried caring but then I remembered that casting an actually good actor in a Zack Snyder-helmed, Henry Cavill-starred Superman movie is probably a good thing, because that nonsense flopped HARD the first time.
Adding more good actors cannot be bad.
This looks awful. Absolutely terrible.
Too many cast members will result in mischaracterisation or underutilisation, convoluted issues. They've already got a massive plot hole by changing Trask from a black man to a white dwarf.
Quicksilver looks positively terrible, Toad looks like Chester Bennington from Linkin Park. Fassbender, as always, remains the saving grace.
Yes, we all knew he'd be back, but how can they keep expecting us to take well written deaths (Even in comic world) seriously when we know this?
I hate that movies inform the comics.
"UGH! ANOTHER EVENT?!" Why are you acting surprised?
My issue is that it's good. That's all I care about. Everyone said the same about Infinity and that has turned out to be one of the best comic book events of all time.
I'm still wondering when we'll find out what happened to the Living Tribunal.
The first half is slow as Hell and Darcy needs to get out, but then it transforms into one of the best Marvel movies. More than makes up for the supreme abomination that was Iron Man 3.
We're facing an issue now, though. I know people who are going to see these movies having not seen all the others and just ending up lost. Marvel NEED TO UNDERSTAND that you cannot have a rewarding shared universe AND movies that stand entirely alone. You simply cannot. Accept that fans will eventually have to do work.
Fans cannot have everything on a plate and fed.
Because Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. proved how not cheap and not cardboard-thin TV Marvel is.
Let's all get excited that they're now turning their cheap hand to Daredevil and others *Rolls eyes*. No. Matt deserves a movie.