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#1 Edited by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

Tony and Bruce are ranked way high.

Tony and Bruce are a Tony-Hank situation. Smarter in particular fields. But I'd rank Hank higher than both of them.

#2 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

Well out of the big three, I prefer Iron Man over both. And it's usually a gamble between the two boys anyway, so I can't be bothered choosing.

#3 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

If you were comparing Shazam, Flash or Aquaman to those guys it'd make sense.

#4 Edited by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

*Sigh* people are still using the "Man of Steel outgrossed every Phase One film but The Avengers!" card?

And that's an unlikely achievement? It's Superman for crying out loud. Barely anyone cared for Iron Man, Cap or Thor from 2008-2011. In fact, you're still saying MoS underperformed since it only grossed 60-80 million more than Iron Man 1 & 2.

Again, it's Superman.

#5 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

You people underestimate the power of Marvel.

They already made the Avengers more popular than the Justice League (in terms of media-- don't murder me)... Have QS in that bunch you get a hit character. Again.

#6 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

Garfield is just annoying now. His Peter is just... Ugh. And the Spidey dialogue is horrific (and cheesy as hell).

#7 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

RDJ's portrayal makes Stark's interactions with MCU characters (trying to be translated from the comics) more interesting IMO. Can't wait to see that rich bastard stand up to the Mad Titan.

#8 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

RDJ's playing 60's/pre-Demon In The Bottle Tony. I never disliked his personality prior to the films (and Bendis incorporating RDJ to the character), but I didn't really invest in him either. I love what RDJ's done with Stark. I don't mind when he has alcoholic breakdowns or acts like an arrogant pr*ck these days. He's only added to the character.

#9 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

Y'know, not sure if it's WB/DC's exclusion from this year, but the "CBM of 2014" polls/threads are looking to be peaceful/unbiased :) Haven't had that for a long time.

#10 Posted by Tyrus (1100 posts) - - Show Bio

If Fox lost the rights say, in a year with the MCU still running and Marvel wanting to incorporate the X-Men immediately, I'd say no. No because I don't see how they would fit in right now. Like the OP says, doing something like SHIELD "covering up" Mutants all this time would be complicated. Looking at the timeline of the MCU with the Avengers formed, Mutants (and possibly the X-Men) should have been public by now. It just doesn't make sense for Marvel to make an X-Men movie in the MCU-- whether in the past or present when we haven't heard squat about them in any of the previous MCU films.

Now, would they work in a rebooted MCU? Absolutely. Will we see that in a year? Maybe 20.