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2012-08-16 02:54:48 PM  
As much as I hate that it's going to be three years down the road, I know that we have at least one more each of Iron Man, Thor, Cap, and probably Hulk in between. Maybe we'll even get an Ant-Man in there somewhere
 
2012-08-16 03:04:33 PM  

ArkAngel: As much as I hate that it's going to be three years down the road, I know that we have at least one more each of Iron Man, Thor, Cap, and probably Hulk in between. Maybe we'll even get an Ant-Man in there somewhere


Whedon earned my full faith with the first one (my favorite movie of the year, barely beats out TDKR because it was just more fun). I also don't like waiting, but I know the wait will make a better movie.

Aren't they planning a Hawkeye/Black Widow movie too?
 
2012-08-16 03:08:50 PM  
Coulson Lives!

/LMD
 
2012-08-16 03:13:07 PM  

Titanius Anglesmith: Coulson Lives!

/LMD


He died. Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?
 
2012-08-16 03:20:13 PM  

ArkAngel: As much as I hate that it's going to be three years down the road, I know that we have at least one more each of Iron Man, Thor, Cap, and probably Hulk in between. Maybe we'll even get an Ant-Man in there somewhere


Don't forget the TV show. They're milking the fark out of this thing.
 
2012-08-16 03:21:34 PM  
While its great that there'll be an Avengers 2 in 2015, it means that Robert Downey, Jr. will be about fifty years old, which is a concern as these movies are already beginning to take a toll.
 
2012-08-16 04:31:36 PM  

ArkAngel: Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?


Do you want a list in alphabetical or chronological order?
 
2012-08-16 04:42:36 PM  

ArkAngel: As much as I hate that it's going to be three years down the road, I know that we have at least one more each of Iron Man, Thor, Cap, and probably Hulk in between. Maybe we'll even get an Ant-Man in there somewhere


Just enough movies to establish a new character that Whedon can kill off.
 
2012-08-16 04:45:55 PM  

ArkAngel: Titanius Anglesmith: Coulson Lives!

/LMD

He died. Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?


It depends on if they were stuffed into a fridge or not.
 
2012-08-16 04:46:03 PM  

browneye: While its great that there'll be an Avengers 2 in 2015, it means that Robert Downey, Jr. will be about fifty years old, which is a concern as these movies are already beginning to take a toll.


IRON HIP
 
2012-08-16 04:51:18 PM  
gemakei.com 

/in anticipation
 
2012-08-16 04:57:21 PM  

browneye: While its great that there'll be an Avengers 2 in 2015, it means that Robert Downey, Jr. will be about fifty years old, which is a concern as these movies are already beginning to take a toll.


They're going to be James Bond / Doctor Who'ing this anyway. They've already talked about it. Rather than suffer through and endless series of reboots, the actors are just going to be replaced over time.
 
2012-08-16 04:58:16 PM  

Rwa2play: [gemakei.com image 500x281] 

/in anticipation


*looks at money*

Sorry, you're going to have to kick in more than that. It's 2015.
 
2012-08-16 05:00:52 PM  

BafflerMeal: browneye: While its great that there'll be an Avengers 2 in 2015, it means that Robert Downey, Jr. will be about fifty years old, which is a concern as these movies are already beginning to take a toll.

They're going to be James Bond / Doctor Who'ing this anyway. They've already talked about it. Rather than suffer through and endless series of reboots, the actors are just going to be replaced over time.


And with the Avengers and other teams, that could actually work since there are always new teammates.
 
2012-08-16 05:03:45 PM  

BafflerMeal: browneye: While its great that there'll be an Avengers 2 in 2015, it means that Robert Downey, Jr. will be about fifty years old, which is a concern as these movies are already beginning to take a toll.

They're going to be James Bond / Doctor Who'ing this anyway. They've already talked about it. Rather than suffer through and endless series of reboots, the actors are just going to be replaced over time.


Well the current plan is to follow the story from the books where Tony turns bad because of brainwashing, dies, and then is replaced with his teenage self from the past.

So, LaBeouf.
 
2012-08-16 05:09:54 PM  

texdent: ArkAngel: Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

Do you want a list in alphabetical or chronological order?


How about sorted by frequency, please. You may sub-sort it however you like.

/I forget, is Jean Grey or Elektra in the lead here?
 
2012-08-16 05:11:02 PM  

ReverendLoki: texdent: ArkAngel: Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

Do you want a list in alphabetical or chronological order?

How about sorted by frequency, please. You may sub-sort it however you like.

/I forget, is Jean Grey or Elektra in the lead here?


Jean. She died again a couple of weeks back.
 
2012-08-16 05:12:01 PM  

Decillion: BafflerMeal: browneye: While its great that there'll be an Avengers 2 in 2015, it means that Robert Downey, Jr. will be about fifty years old, which is a concern as these movies are already beginning to take a toll.

They're going to be James Bond / Doctor Who'ing this anyway. They've already talked about it. Rather than suffer through and endless series of reboots, the actors are just going to be replaced over time.

Well the current plan is to follow the story from the books where Tony turns bad because of brainwashing, dies, and then is replaced with his teenage self from the past.

So, LaBeouf.


I'm really glad I put down my coffee before reading this post.
 
2012-08-16 05:16:36 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: Jean. She died again a couple of weeks back.


But her past self will be coming to the present soon.
 
2012-08-16 05:37:21 PM  

ArkAngel: Titanius Anglesmith: Coulson Lives!

/LMD

He died. Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?


Nobody stays dead except for Uncle Ben and Bucky.

I still say Whedon should troll everybody by switching the focus of the movie to the Great Lakes Avengers after the first ten minutes.
 
2012-08-16 05:40:22 PM  

texdent: ArkAngel: Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

Do you want a list in alphabetical or chronological order?


Thatsthejoke.jpg
 
2012-08-16 05:45:09 PM  
scotthildreth.files.wordpress.com

Will Jaws 19 be coming out the same summer?
 
2012-08-16 06:01:42 PM  
I can't wait. I love those guys.

www.for-your-eyes-only.com
 
2012-08-16 06:02:12 PM  

texdent: Raug the Dwarf: Jean. She died again a couple of weeks back.

But her past self will be coming to the present soon.


i326.photobucket.com
 
2012-08-16 06:04:20 PM  

Titanius Anglesmith: Coulson Lives!

/LMD


THIS

Hell, they gave it away in the first 5 minutes when Tony Stark name drops the LMDs

Or Coulson becomes the Vision in a prototype LMD model.
 
2012-08-16 06:15:21 PM  

YodaBlues: ArkAngel: Titanius Anglesmith: Coulson Lives!

/LMD

He died. Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

It depends on if they were stuffed into a fridge or not.


Alexandra "Alex" DeWitt came back, as a Green Lantern no less.

Only 4 people in comics stay dead: Bruce Wayne's parents, "Uncle" Ben Parker, and Boston Brand.

/Coulson lives.
 
2012-08-16 06:18:17 PM  
I hope we get the Sentry, maybe Spidey, Ms. Marvel, and the farking xmen god dammit.


Or World War Hulk, that'd be pretty awesome.
 
2012-08-16 06:20:18 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: ReverendLoki: texdent: ArkAngel: Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

Do you want a list in alphabetical or chronological order?

How about sorted by frequency, please. You may sub-sort it however you like.

/I forget, is Jean Grey or Elektra in the lead here?

Jean. She died again a couple of weeks back.


How many is that for Jean now? Seems like an annual occurrence.
 
2012-08-16 06:24:41 PM  
I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.
 
2012-08-16 06:26:22 PM  
Some Beta Ray Bill loving would be cool.
 
2012-08-16 06:27:37 PM  
Dr. Strange and the Inhumans should make an appearance as well, maybe Namor? I wonder if the Fantastic 4 will continue to be ignored.
 
2012-08-16 06:39:09 PM  

BalugaJoe: Some Beta Ray Bill loving would be cool.


Here ya go. (NSFW)
 
2012-08-16 06:53:15 PM  

NeoCortex42: Raug the Dwarf: ReverendLoki: texdent: ArkAngel: Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

Do you want a list in alphabetical or chronological order?

How about sorted by frequency, please. You may sub-sort it however you like.

/I forget, is Jean Grey or Elektra in the lead here?

Jean. She died again a couple of weeks back.

How many is that for Jean now? Seems like an annual occurrence.


Her name IS Phoenix after all.
 
2012-08-16 06:53:56 PM  
I'm hoping they also have time to release "Black Widow goes down on Pepper Pots for an hour forty in 3-D IMAX" before then as well. I predict that will be - by far - the most financially successful of the Avengers Universe movies.
 
2012-08-16 06:56:46 PM  

Girion47: Dr. Strange and the Inhumans should make an appearance as well, maybe Namor? I wonder if the Fantastic 4 will continue to be ignored.


Marvel doesn't own the movie rights to the Fantastic Four, just like they don't own the rights to Mutants (all mutants, I believe, not just X-Men and X-Men enemies) and Spiderman. That's a big reason why no F4 in the Avengers universe.
 
2012-08-16 07:28:52 PM  

BalugaJoe: I can't wait. I love those guys.

[www.for-your-eyes-only.com image 433x281]


Why is the bloke in the middle aiming his pistol at the fellow in wearing the derby?
 
2012-08-16 07:34:38 PM  

Girion47: Dr. Strange and the Inhumans should make an appearance as well, maybe Namor? I wonder if the Fantastic 4 will continue to be ignored.


The Fantastic Four belong to 20th Century Fox.

The whole thing with who owns what comic book properties is a sordid state of affairs. It's why we're getting all these remakes. Next up, Daredevil.
 
2012-08-16 07:36:07 PM  

Summer Glau's Love Slave: YodaBlues: ArkAngel: Titanius Anglesmith: Coulson Lives!

/LMD

He died. Since when do comic book/movie characters come back to life?

It depends on if they were stuffed into a fridge or not.

Alexandra "Alex" DeWitt came back, as a Green Lantern no less.

Only 4 people in comics stay dead: Bruce Wayne's parents, "Uncle" Ben Parker, and Boston Brand.

/Coulson lives.


Gwen Stacy,(clones don't count)

/sins past can eat a dick.
 
2012-08-16 07:39:53 PM  

elvindeath: I'm hoping they also have time to release "Black Widow goes down on Pepper Pots for an hour forty in 3-D IMAX" before then as well. I predict that will be - by far - the most financially successful of the Avengers Universe movies.


Only if they don't have to pay for the plastic shields between rows of seats (and the plastic sheets on the floor to protect the gum- and soda-encrusted floors).
 
2012-08-16 07:42:19 PM  
I can't wait. I love those guys.
those aren't the Original Avengers

where's my Aquaman movie?
 
2012-08-16 07:57:41 PM  

Techhell: I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.


The "plot" for The Avengers was the group getting together and learning how to work together. All the "aliens invade" crap was just the B story.

You try to have lots of characters to introduce and get to know each other and a complicated plot and you'll end up with a mess.
 
2012-08-16 08:11:41 PM  

Flint Ironstag: Techhell: I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.

The "plot" for The Avengers was the group getting together and learning how to work together. All the "aliens invade" crap was just the B story.

You try to have lots of characters to introduce and get to know each other and a complicated plot and you'll end up with a mess.


I liked it, but you have to admit, the plot was pretty thin. It basically felt like a 140-minute demonstration of the "who would win in a fight? This guy or this guy?"

I'm sure if I was 12 or into comics, I would have loved it. I thought it was well made, but just okay.
 
2012-08-16 08:40:43 PM  

Flint Ironstag: Techhell: I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.

The "plot" for The Avengers was the group getting together and learning how to work together. All the "aliens invade" crap was just the B story.

You try to have lots of characters to introduce and get to know each other and a complicated plot and you'll end up with a mess.


That's true. Maybe he can focus on writing a better ending for the next one? The ass-pull, deus ex machina was a let down.
 
2012-08-16 08:51:32 PM  

stoli n coke: Flint Ironstag: Techhell: I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.

The "plot" for The Avengers was the group getting together and learning how to work together. All the "aliens invade" crap was just the B story.

You try to have lots of characters to introduce and get to know each other and a complicated plot and you'll end up with a mess.

I liked it, but you have to admit, the plot was pretty thin. It basically felt like a 140-minute demonstration of the "who would win in a fight? This guy or this guy?"

I'm sure if I was 12 or into comics, I would have loved it. I thought it was well made, but just okay.


But the "plot" was the infighting, the arguing, the mistrust etc. The plot was the group getting together. The whole alien invasion was just the Mcguffin to give them a reason to get together and why it was important. You can have the most complicated, in depth, plot but if the characters are 2D nothing characters who you don't care about then it will be a bad film.

And each character had their moments, their time to shine. In the advance publicity some people mocked Black Widow for standing in the Circle of Awesomeness with only two little handguns alongside a freakin god, an indestructible rage machine of unlimited power, a super soldier and a billionaire tech genius in a super suit. By the end of the film no one is in any doubt she is an equal in the team. She (spoiler if there's anyone left who hasn't seen it) plays a god like a violin and neither he, nor us, saw it coming. And we'd seen her do the exact same thing an hour earlier!

And I have never read comics. Any of them. I have no backstory other than random stuff I have read on Fark threads and what I saw in the movies leading up to The Avengers. I didn't even see the Hulk film until after the Avengers, but I still got the Hulk character.
 
2012-08-16 09:00:47 PM  

Duck_of_Doom: Flint Ironstag: Techhell: I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.

The "plot" for The Avengers was the group getting together and learning how to work together. All the "aliens invade" crap was just the B story.

You try to have lots of characters to introduce and get to know each other and a complicated plot and you'll end up with a mess.

That's true. Maybe he can focus on writing a better ending for the next one? The ass-pull, deus ex machina was a let down.


The whole Nuke thing was set up well enough for me not to consider it a DEM. We saw the Council having issues with Fury's plan. The launch of the missile was another genuine threat. Turning it from a threat to a solution isn't a DEM. Start suddenly saying "Hey guys, I have a ICBM inside my building!" would have been a DEM.

The one bit that came close was Selvig saying he had secretly/subconsciously built a weak spot into the shield. But the missile would have won the war without that, just with some nasty fallout covering NY... I would have thought having Loki's staff/The cube being able to break it would have been enough.
 
2012-08-16 09:01:33 PM  
Stark not Start. Damn post without preview....
 
2012-08-16 09:17:39 PM  

Mugato: The whole thing with who owns what comic book properties is a sordid state of affairs. It's why we're getting all these remakes. Next up, Daredevil.


Nope!

Marvel just got the rights to DD back. They were working on a deal with Fox to let them hang on to DD in exchange for Surfer and Galactus, but that deal fell through last week. Maybe we'll get a 70s set DD movie that sets up a separate universe for Iron Fist and Cage, maybe even Heroes for Hire.
 
2012-08-16 10:19:20 PM  
The movie will be nothing but credits, followed by an extended stinger featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury assembling the heroes for Avengers 3. 

/obscure?
 
2012-08-16 10:20:26 PM  

Flint Ironstag: neither he, nor us, saw it coming.


That moment was telegraphed by its very existence. It was hardly an "oh snap" moment.

If Black Widow could not contribute by gathering information, she would not have been talking to Loki. The scene would have had no purpose. So, sorry to say, if you didn't see that moment coming, you haven't watched a lot of movies.
 
2012-08-16 10:23:10 PM  

Dimensio: The movie will be nothing but credits, followed by an extended stinger featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury assembling the heroes for Avengers 3. 

/obscure?


Spider-Man has been rebooted six times since you started writing that comment.
 
2012-08-16 10:23:19 PM  

elvindeath: I'm hoping they also have time to release "Black Widow goes down on Pepper Pots for an hour forty in 3-D IMAX" before then as well. I predict that will be - by far - the most financially successful of the Avengers Universe movies.


What's hotter, scarjo eating Paltrow, or the other way around?
 
2012-08-16 10:25:56 PM  

Flint Ironstag: Techhell: I hope this time they write an actual plot for the movie, and someone teaches Whedon how to write for Thor and Cap.

The "plot" for The Avengers was the group getting together and learning how to work together. All the "aliens invade" crap was just the B story.

You try to have lots of characters to introduce and get to know each other and a complicated plot and you'll end up with a mess.


Like I said. I hope next time they have an actual plot for the movie, because the plot for the first one sucked.

And the lots of characters getting to know one another was a mess in the Avengers as it was anyway. Whedon can't write for characters like Captain America and Thor - they just don't fit his writing style at all. Every time they were on the screen was painful. Which came close to ruining the movie for me; I actually came to like Thor and Cap in their own movies against my inborn "meh" attitude toward them in the comics. To see Whedon painfully misuse them isn't something I'm going to give him a pass for just because Hulk got to smash Loki.
 
2012-08-16 10:36:00 PM  

Six_By_Nine: Flint Ironstag: neither he, nor us, saw it coming.

That moment was telegraphed by its very existence. It was hardly an "oh snap" moment.

If Black Widow could not contribute by gathering information, she would not have been talking to Loki. The scene would have had no purpose. So, sorry to say, if you didn't see that moment coming, you haven't watched a lot of movies.


Eh, they did leave enough ambiguity in the scene to make it much less telegraphed. We knew that Widow and Hawkeye were an item, and that Widow wanted him back, so there was the possibility that the movie might have tried to add a bit more depth to Widow instead of reinforcing what we had already been seen. Knowing the Whedon was the director, I half-expected that to be the case - here he has a perfect opportunity to do what he does best (write for spunky, morally ambiguous female characters) and he took the more obvious route.

So I don't think it was quite as easily telegraphed as you're saying it was.
 
2012-08-16 10:38:00 PM  
I'm-a leave this right here.
 
2012-08-16 10:38:43 PM  

NeoCortex42: Dimensio: The movie will be nothing but credits, followed by an extended stinger featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury assembling the heroes for Avengers 3. 

/obscure?

Spider-Man has been rebooted six times since you started writing that comment.


The 3rd, 4th and 5th were part of a single movie split in three, so it's only been rebooted 4 times. However there is a brand new reboot being shot in Toronto right now starring Justin Beiber as Peter Parker, so by the time this comment gets posted it will be 5 times.
 
2012-08-16 10:42:47 PM  
I think we all know who the next character is, since most of us saw freakin' Thanos in the end credits.

images.wikia.com

/Oooooh yeaah
//Infinity Gauntlet, biatches! >:D
 
2012-08-16 11:38:16 PM  

Six_By_Nine: Flint Ironstag: neither he, nor us, saw it coming.

That moment was telegraphed by its very existence. It was hardly an "oh snap" moment.

If Black Widow could not contribute by gathering information, she would not have been talking to Loki. The scene would have had no purpose. So, sorry to say, if you didn't see that moment coming, you haven't watched a lot of movies.



I may be in the minority, but I myself didn't find that scene very compelling or noteworthy. Scarlett can handle the action scenes, but she is a god awful actress that seems to only have one setting.

I didn't think TDKR was a terrific movie, but seeing Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle made me wish we had that caliber of actress for the BW role. Someone who can be a convincing spy.
 
2012-08-17 01:46:12 AM  
I heard about the Avengers 2 release date on Facebook earlier today. All well and good.

This link mentions a Guardians of the Galaxy movie, which is news to me, and I know nothing about that group. So that seems more worthy of discussion.
 
2012-08-17 02:12:05 AM  
The quality of AVENGERS 2 will depend on how good the build up is from the movies that come between
now and then.

I hope Marvel Studios maintains the same sort of editorial control they have been for the first movie
story arc.
 
2012-08-17 06:29:54 AM  

NeoCortex42: Dimensio: The movie will be nothing but credits, followed by an extended stinger featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury assembling the heroes for Avengers 3. 

/obscure?

Spider-Man has been rebooted six times since you started writing that comment.


No no no

No no no no

No no no no no

- Transformers 3


/not obscure
/knows where Dimensio and NeoCortex42 were Thursday night
 
2012-08-17 08:26:17 AM  

Dimensio: The movie will be nothing but credits, followed by an extended stinger featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury assembling the heroes for Avengers 3. 

/obscure?


The Master will be pleased.
 
2012-08-17 09:46:25 AM  

AtlanticCoast63: NeoCortex42: Dimensio: The movie will be nothing but credits, followed by an extended stinger featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury assembling the heroes for Avengers 3. 

/obscure?

Spider-Man has been rebooted six times since you started writing that comment.

No no no

No no no no

No no no no no

- Transformers 3


/not obscure
/knows where Dimensio and NeoCortex42 were Thursday night


My favorite:

Movie Mistakes
Sam Worthington.
 
2012-08-17 11:15:39 AM  

Imperious Rex!: Six_By_Nine: Flint Ironstag: neither he, nor us, saw it coming.

That moment was telegraphed by its very existence. It was hardly an "oh snap" moment.

If Black Widow could not contribute by gathering information, she would not have been talking to Loki. The scene would have had no purpose. So, sorry to say, if you didn't see that moment coming, you haven't watched a lot of movies.


I may be in the minority, but I myself didn't find that scene very compelling or noteworthy. Scarlett can handle the action scenes, but she is a god awful actress that seems to only have one setting.

I didn't think TDKR was a terrific movie, but seeing Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle made me wish we had that caliber of actress for the BW role. Someone who can be a convincing spy.


Good actress, but my only problem with TDKR was that I was expected to believe that Anne Hathaway can kick a bunch of guys' asses.
 
2012-08-17 11:17:58 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: The quality of AVENGERS 2 will depend on how good the build up is from the movies that come between
now and then.

I hope Marvel Studios maintains the same sort of editorial control they have been for the first movie
story arc.


Well said. Avengers was really fun because it was the payoff to several movies worth of buildup. They are going to have to build more if A2 is going to be as good.
 
2012-08-17 11:21:16 AM  

Alphax: I heard about the Avengers 2 release date on Facebook earlier today. All well and good.

This link mentions a Guardians of the Galaxy movie, which is news to me, and I know nothing about that group. So that seems more worthy of discussion.


If you haven't read any of the new Guardians you should. They are at the TOP of my favorite storylines in comics in the last 30 years. Start with Thanos' limited series, then through all the Annihilation wave. Realm of Kings and War of Kings isn't as great, but still has some great arcs, then it ends with Thanos Imperative.

Seriously freakin' excellent.
 
2012-08-17 11:50:47 AM  
Vin Diesal is apparently campaigning to be Vision
 
2012-08-17 12:14:28 PM  

Raug the Dwarf: Alphax: I heard about the Avengers 2 release date on Facebook earlier today. All well and good.

This link mentions a Guardians of the Galaxy movie, which is news to me, and I know nothing about that group. So that seems more worthy of discussion.

If you haven't read any of the new Guardians you should. They are at the TOP of my favorite storylines in comics in the last 30 years. Start with Thanos' limited series, then through all the Annihilation wave. Realm of Kings and War of Kings isn't as great, but still has some great arcs, then it ends with Thanos Imperative.

Seriously freakin' excellent.


Are the Shi'ar and Starjammers considered a part of the X-Men property? I'd love to see a Gladiator vs Hulk bout.
 
2012-08-17 02:09:22 PM  

Vash's Apprentice: Raug the Dwarf: Alphax: I heard about the Avengers 2 release date on Facebook earlier today. All well and good.

This link mentions a Guardians of the Galaxy movie, which is news to me, and I know nothing about that group. So that seems more worthy of discussion.

If you haven't read any of the new Guardians you should. They are at the TOP of my favorite storylines in comics in the last 30 years. Start with Thanos' limited series, then through all the Annihilation wave. Realm of Kings and War of Kings isn't as great, but still has some great arcs, then it ends with Thanos Imperative.

Seriously freakin' excellent.

Are the Shi'ar and Starjammers considered a part of the X-Men property? I'd love to see a Gladiator vs Hulk bout.


You know, I'm not sure. I would assume they would be, but then again, those characters a pretty far removed from the mainstream Marvel Universe, they may not have had to negotiate them. I would guess that the modern Starjammers, Havok and Polaris are included in Xmen property. Ch'od, Hepzibah and Raza were fair game.

Shi'ar haven't had any real involvement with much of anything outside the X books either. That whole Annihilation, War-Realm, Imperative set up was about the only standalone series I can remember them in. They all dealt more with Inhumans and Nova Corps than anything else.
 
2012-08-17 02:23:02 PM  

texdent: Vin Diesal is apparently campaigning to be Vision in anything.


FTFY
 
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