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(It's All Marvel)   A live-action Marvel Zombies project could be in the works   (itsallmarvel.com) divider line
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4 days ago  
the episode told how the undead overran the MCU and nearly turned every hero into a fresh eaten Zombie.

If they had been eaten, there wouldn't be a problem.
 
4 days ago  
More zombie tv shows?

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4 days ago  
More Paul Rudd head-in-a-jar please
 
4 days ago  
Maximiliano is gonna be stoked
 
4 days ago  
I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.
 
4 days ago  
Marvel had better start expanding the MCU.  I grow tired of the same limited stable of characters.  Bring in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and more of the rest of their characters.  Because how can you do Marvel Zombies without Magneto?
 
4 days ago  

netizencain: Marvel had better start expanding the MCU.  I grow tired of the same limited stable of characters.  Bring in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and more of the rest of their characters.  Because how can you do Marvel Zombies without Magneto?


Based on last week's episode; decently.

rudemix: I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.


No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.
 
4 days ago  

rudemix: I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.


Quantum plague infected.
 
4 days ago  
Marvel Zombies was a fun What-If comic that got way more attention than it deserved and the joke was beaten into the ground
 
4 days ago  
I, really don't care to see zombies ANYTHING for the rest of my lie.
 
4 days ago  

Bslim: I, really don't care to see zombies ANYTHING for the rest of my lie.


Don't exacerbate things!
 
4 days ago  
Please no.

Zombies have been done to death, reanimated as a shambling corpse, and downed with a direct shotgun blast to the face.

The What If was poorly done and the "shock ending" was stupid and illogical.
 
4 days ago  

AdrienVeidt: netizencain: Marvel had better start expanding the MCU.  I grow tired of the same limited stable of characters.  Bring in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and more of the rest of their characters.  Because how can you do Marvel Zombies without Magneto?

Based on last week's episode; decently.

rudemix: I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.

No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.


I didn't see it like that. The ability to retain the know-how to use their powers and equipment seemed to have a bit of mental ability I haven't seen in many zombie movies. I couldn't think of a reason why zombie Stark would be able to use the tools in his suit that wouldn't also allow any zombie to pick up a tool or even be able to open a simple unlocked door. He not only was aware of what his suit could do, but he was also able to activate it, and use it in context with thought.  I saw many instances of at least the superhero zombies doing things that seemed different from the zombies I've seen in most of pop culture. As I said, I liked the episode but I wont pretend that some of those zombies acted in ways I haven't really seen in the majority of the zombie genre. Apologies if I am missing some rando marvel series or show out there. I can't keep up with all of it.
 
4 days ago  

rudemix: I saw many instances of at least the superhero zombies doing things that seemed different from the zombies I've seen in most of pop culture.


Than you haven't seen a lot of pop culture about zombies, and even it's unlikely it was the result of a quantum virus or that there were superheroes in it. Aside from being undead zombie pop culture is pretty much whatever it wants to be. Sometimes they can run. Sometimes they can't. Sometimes it's the result of a virus, or something from space, or an experiment gone wrong, or a fungus. Sometimes they have a desire to eat brains, sometimes it's just the desire to bite as a method of viral propagation. Sometimes they use tools (Bub could use a gun in Day of the Dead) sometimes they're intelligent (iZombie, dozens of video games, lots of movies both western and international), etc. Hell there are probably as many pop culture zombies that retain intelligence as ones that do not, often due to needing a protagonist that can speak (or in the case of a movie like Fido a sympathetic protagonist).

It's less that it's not present in the majority of the zombie genre and more a limitation of what you've seen within the zombie genre.

That said I don't think they need anything other than that one off What If... episode. It's not like there's something more that they can explore out of it
 
4 days ago  
needing a protagonist that can speak (or in the case of a movie like Fido a sympathetic protagonist).

Oops, that first one should've been antagonist
 
4 days ago  

rudemix: AdrienVeidt: netizencain: Marvel had better start expanding the MCU.  I grow tired of the same limited stable of characters.  Bring in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and more of the rest of their characters.  Because how can you do Marvel Zombies without Magneto?

Based on last week's episode; decently.

rudemix: I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.

No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.

I didn't see it like that. The ability to retain the know-how to use their powers and equipment seemed to have a bit of mental ability I haven't seen in many zombie movies. I couldn't think of a reason why zombie Stark would be able to use the tools in his suit that wouldn't also allow any zombie to pick up a tool or even be able to open a simple unlocked door. He not only was aware of what his suit could do, but he was also able to activate it, and use it in context with thought.  I saw many instances of at least the superhero zombies doing things that seemed different from the zombies I've seen in most of pop culture. As I said, I liked the episode but I wont pretend that some of those zombies acted in ways I haven't really seen in the majority of the zombie genre. Apologies if I am missing some rando marvel series or show out there. I can't keep up with all of it.


As I mentioned, the RotLD zombies from 40years ago retained the ability to speak at length *and* use equipment such as an ambulance radio to bring more cops to the scene.  You're just wrong here, buddy.
 
4 days ago  
I would much rather they get into a universe where vampires took over the world, ala I Am Legend with Doctor Strange and a few others being among the last non-vampires on Earth.
 
4 days ago  

WilderKWight: I would much rather they get into a universe where vampires took over the world, ala I Am Legend with Doctor Strange and a few others being among the last non-vampires on Earth.


Xmen did it:
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4 days ago  
Zombies again? Time to get out the brain protection kit.

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4 days ago  
A new Marvel project?

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Marvel Zombies....

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You guys do you and support the Mouse this time around. Not my jam.
 
4 days ago  

SuperChuck: Marvel Zombies was a fun What-If comic that got way more attention than it deserved and the joke was beaten into the ground


On the other hand, having a Nextwave inspired Aaron Stack as the hero of the apocalypse is the kind of positivity we need.

And we got Headpool out of it.
 
4 days ago  

rudemix: I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.


Are you angling for a No-Prize or something?
 
4 days ago  

netizencain: Marvel had better start expanding the MCU.  I grow tired of the same limited stable of characters.  Bring in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and more of the rest of their characters.  Because how can you do Marvel Zombies without Magneto?


Zombie Magneto? What, did he take all the vaccines?

/ducks
 
3 days ago  

AdrienVeidt: No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.


I never got around to seeing it, but I always thought return of the living dead was a comedy, so any "rules" about zombies wouldn't apply.
 
3 days ago  

WilderKWight: I would much rather they get into a universe where vampires took over the world, ala I Am Legend with Doctor Strange and a few others being among the last non-vampires on Earth.


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Vampires are all a bunch of nazi conformist cheerleaders...  Per se.
 
3 days ago  

Great_Milenko: AdrienVeidt: No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.

I never got around to seeing it, but I always thought return of the living dead was a comedy, so any "rules" about zombies wouldn't apply.


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Yeah, you need to fix that shiat, mate.
 
3 days ago  

Great_Milenko: AdrienVeidt: No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.

I never got around to seeing it, but I always thought return of the living dead was a comedy, so any "rules" about zombies wouldn't apply.


You should see it but why wouldn't rules used in a zombie comedy apply? Like at least 1/3 of zombie movies involve comedy including some of the most well known. Shaun of the Dead, Undead, Dead Heat, Dead Snow, Braindead, Zombieland, Fido, Reanimator, Wild Zero, Versus, Bio-Mutant, Tokyo Zombie, etc.
 
3 days ago  
Marvel Zombies wasn't interesting the first time around, and that was before the Walking Dead beat the horse into the ground with every season after the second and every issue after they leave the farm. Zombies tend to encourage lazy writing, with iZombie, "Zombieland", "Shaun of the Dead", and "Warm Bodies" being among the very, very few exceptions.
 
3 days ago  

Lumbar Puncture: rudemix: I saw many instances of at least the superhero zombies doing things that seemed different from the zombies I've seen in most of pop culture.

Than you haven't seen a lot of pop culture about zombies, and even it's unlikely it was the result of a quantum virus or that there were superheroes in it. Aside from being undead zombie pop culture is pretty much whatever it wants to be. Sometimes they can run. Sometimes they can't. Sometimes it's the result of a virus, or something from space, or an experiment gone wrong, or a fungus. Sometimes they have a desire to eat brains, sometimes it's just the desire to bite as a method of viral propagation. Sometimes they use tools (Bub could use a gun in Day of the Dead) sometimes they're intelligent (iZombie, dozens of video games, lots of movies both western and international), etc. Hell there are probably as many pop culture zombies that retain intelligence as ones that do not, often due to needing a protagonist that can speak (or in the case of a movie like Fido a sympathetic protagonist).

It's less that it's not present in the majority of the zombie genre and more a limitation of what you've seen within the zombie genre.

That said I don't think they need anything other than that one off What If... episode. It's not like there's something more that they can explore out of it


AdrienVeidt: rudemix: AdrienVeidt: netizencain: Marvel had better start expanding the MCU.  I grow tired of the same limited stable of characters.  Bring in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and more of the rest of their characters.  Because how can you do Marvel Zombies without Magneto?

Based on last week's episode; decently.

rudemix: I liked the episode, though they did play fast and loose with just about all zombie rules across the spectrum.

No they didn't, they followed their own arbitrary rules for made-up stuff.  The only thing different with Marvel zombies from Return of the Living Dead zombies from nearly 40years back is that they had superpowers.

I didn't see it like that. The ability to retain the know-how to use their powers and equipment seemed to have a bit of mental ability I haven't seen in many zombie movies. I couldn't think of a reason why zombie Stark would be able to use the tools in his suit that wouldn't also allow any zombie to pick up a tool or even be able to open a simple unlocked door. He not only was aware of what his suit could do, but he was also able to activate it, and use it in context with thought.  I saw many instances of at least the superhero zombies doing things that seemed different from the zombies I've seen in most of pop culture. As I said, I liked the episode but I wont pretend that some of those zombies acted in ways I haven't really seen in the majority of the zombie genre. Apologies if I am missing some rando marvel series or show out there. I can't keep up with all of it.

As I mentioned, the RotLD zombies from 40years ago retained the ability to speak at length *and* use equipment such as an ambulance radio to bring more cops to the scene.  You're just wrong here, buddy.


Duly noted and apologies. Your strong defense of the zombie genre has corrected me. Strong work, Buddies
 
3 days ago  
*YAWN* I mean, yeah, sure, whatever... I guess.
 
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