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2021-12-06 4:17:51 AM  
Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.
 
2021-12-06 4:25:59 AM  

Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.


Wouldn't mind a cameo with them talking to peter about how they admired his parents at shield.
 
2021-12-06 4:26:46 AM  

Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.


...frowns on your "and".
 
2021-12-06 4:39:25 AM  
Lucifer Morningstar is DC, though.

Yeah, Charlie did a good job with Daredevil.  I saw the first 2 seasons, without having Netflix.  A little slow moving, plotwise, but otherwise good.
 
2021-12-06 4:43:36 AM  
This makes me happy. Sure they could just not put Dare Devil in anywhere, but at least there is an official chance.
 
2021-12-06 4:49:59 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.

...frowns on your "and".


Been too long since I watched the show. Agent May and that version of Ghost Rider would also make decent additions.
 
2021-12-06 4:52:37 AM  

Wobambo: ArcadianRefugee: Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.

...frowns on your "and".

Been too long since I watched the show. Agent May and that version of Ghost Rider would also make decent additions.


Fitz and Simmons are parents now, and deserve a break after all they've done for the planet and the timeline.

Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.
 
2021-12-06 5:51:53 AM  
"Where we see that, how we see that, when we see that, remains to be seen."

Just rub salt in Matt Murdock's wounds, why don't you?
 
2021-12-06 6:40:13 AM  

Ragin' Asian: "Where we see that, how we see that, when we see that, remains to be seen."

Just rub salt in Matt Murdock's wounds, why don't you?


Rub salt in his eyes? You sick bastard.
 
2021-12-06 7:22:48 AM  
I bet he didn't see that coming.

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2021-12-06 7:25:43 AM  
Been enjoying the Hawkeye miniseries on Disney+.

Been an interesting take & a nice close-out to watch Renner as a dad realizing he really just wants to be home with his kids and kinda feels done with saving the world.
 
2021-12-06 7:51:19 AM  
Alphax:
Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

Without the Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos is mortal and, while very powerful, not all powerful.   He's a Titan, not an Elder of the Universe.
 
2021-12-06 7:52:25 AM  

Great_Milenko: Alphax:
Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

Without the Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos is mortal and, while very powerful, not all powerful.   He's a Titan, not an Elder of the Universe.


Sorry, meant cosmic entity, not elder of the universe.  My bad.
 
2021-12-06 7:53:50 AM  
And just like that, my interest in the MCU is renewed
 
2021-12-06 8:04:06 AM  

Alphax: Wobambo: ArcadianRefugee: Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.

...frowns on your "and".

Been too long since I watched the show. Agent May and that version of Ghost Rider would also make decent additions.

Fitz and Simmons are parents now, and deserve a break after all they've done for the planet and the timeline.

Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.


It's comic books. Anyone could have taken Thanos one-on-one. End Game showed that at least 4 heroes could have, but that isn't how ensemble fights work. But plot gonna plot, and universes gonna universe. Thanos is a living plot device. And only more fun than superman because he is a scheming schemer who has a magic glove that does insteresting things.
 
2021-12-06 8:05:09 AM  
This is all I want. Daredevil is my absolute favorite and Cox played him perfectly!
 
2021-12-06 8:33:47 AM  
"If we do Daredevil again, we'll hire the same actor. But I'm not saying if or when we'll do Daredevil again."
 
2021-12-06 8:50:56 AM  
Excellent, but unless you're bringing back Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, and Elden Henson as well, this is just a half measure.
 
2021-12-06 8:52:37 AM  
The MCU, especially Disney+ which is solidly PG-13, will never go as dark as the Netflix shows so those versions of DD and Kingpin are forever lost, which sucks. But the casting was spot-on in both cases so if those characters do come back that's totally the right call.
 
2021-12-06 9:29:54 AM  

That Reilly Monster: The MCU, especially Disney+ which is solidly PG-13, will never go as dark as the Netflix shows so those versions of DD and Kingpin are forever lost, which sucks. But the casting was spot-on in both cases so if those characters do come back that's totally the right call.


You'd think so but remember Disney also owns Hulu and just released a TV-MA Marvel cartoon on that platform.

I could see Disney releasing MA content on there while keeping PG content on Disney+, also it would potentially serve to drive up subscriptions to their Disney/Hulu/ESPN package deal.
 
2021-12-06 9:37:27 AM  

AnotherBluesStringer: Excellent, but unless you're bringing back Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, and Elden Henson as well, this is just a half measure.


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2021-12-06 9:39:50 AM  
Is it still going to take him 15 minutes to beat up 4 random thugs?
 
2021-12-06 9:45:20 AM  

Alphax: Wobambo: Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.


In the comics, Ghost Rider put the hurt on Galactus at one point. (One of his powers is the "Penance Stare" which basically makes someone experience all the suffering they've inflicted on others, all at once.)
 
2021-12-06 9:49:05 AM  

Great_Milenko: Alphax:
Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

Without the Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos is mortal and, while very powerful, not all powerful.   He's a Titan, not an Elder of the Universe.


He is a celestial in some versions of the tale. He could very well end up being one in MCU.
 
2021-12-06 9:54:23 AM  

That Reilly Monster: The MCU, especially Disney+ which is solidly PG-13, will never go as dark as the Netflix shows so those versions of DD and Kingpin are forever lost, which sucks. But the casting was spot-on in both cases so if those characters do come back that's totally the right call.


This is a fiction about Disney+ invented by Americans, and whose only basis is the existence of Hulu; Disney has contracts with Hulu that prevent them providing direct access to a lot of content, as that's available via Hulu.

In basically the rest of the world, Disney owns Star and pushes that through Disney+, and Star has all that kind of stuff.  I can fire up my Disney+ right now here in Canada and watch all the Alien movies, Cronenberg's The Fly, Deadpool 1+2, Logan, etc.  Plenty of R-rated stuff.  In  terms of TV, there's stuff like Sons of Anarchy or American Horror Story that are TV-MA like the Netflix series were.

There is absolutely nothing preventing Disney+ from showing or producing TV-MA content.
 
2021-12-06 10:00:44 AM  

AnotherBluesStringer: Excellent, but unless you're bringing back

Vincent D'Onofrio,

YES!

Deborah Ann Woll, and
YES!

Elden Henson
AW HELL NAW

as well, this is just a half measure.
 
2021-12-06 11:01:29 AM  

Endus: That Reilly Monster: The MCU, especially Disney+ which is solidly PG-13, will never go as dark as the Netflix shows so those versions of DD and Kingpin are forever lost, which sucks. But the casting was spot-on in both cases so if those characters do come back that's totally the right call.

This is a fiction about Disney+ invented by Americans, and whose only basis is the existence of Hulu; Disney has contracts with Hulu that prevent them providing direct access to a lot of content, as that's available via Hulu.

In basically the rest of the world, Disney owns Star and pushes that through Disney+, and Star has all that kind of stuff.  I can fire up my Disney+ right now here in Canada and watch all the Alien movies, Cronenberg's The Fly, Deadpool 1+2, Logan, etc.  Plenty of R-rated stuff.  In  terms of TV, there's stuff like Sons of Anarchy or American Horror Story that are TV-MA like the Netflix series were.

There is absolutely nothing preventing Disney+ from showing or producing TV-MA content.


I put this link in a different thread last week. And it's pretty apt for this one as well:

Deadpool 3 will be rated R despite Marvel being owned by Disney
 
2021-12-06 11:09:14 AM  

browneye: Endus: That Reilly Monster: The MCU, especially Disney+ which is solidly PG-13, will never go as dark as the Netflix shows so those versions of DD and Kingpin are forever lost, which sucks. But the casting was spot-on in both cases so if those characters do come back that's totally the right call.

This is a fiction about Disney+ invented by Americans, and whose only basis is the existence of Hulu; Disney has contracts with Hulu that prevent them providing direct access to a lot of content, as that's available via Hulu.

In basically the rest of the world, Disney owns Star and pushes that through Disney+, and Star has all that kind of stuff.  I can fire up my Disney+ right now here in Canada and watch all the Alien movies, Cronenberg's The Fly, Deadpool 1+2, Logan, etc.  Plenty of R-rated stuff.  In  terms of TV, there's stuff like Sons of Anarchy or American Horror Story that are TV-MA like the Netflix series were.

There is absolutely nothing preventing Disney+ from showing or producing TV-MA content.

I put this link in a different thread last week. And it's pretty apt for this one as well:

Deadpool 3 will be rated R despite Marvel being owned by Disney



Disney owned MIRAMAX in the same way they own Marvel Studios.

MIRMAX produced Clerks, Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, and lots of other hard R movies when they were owned by Disney.

The idea that Disney is only "family friendly" is a myth. They just don't do R-rated movies under the Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, or Disney Animation Studios headings. They have said time and time again that Lucasfilm and Marvel Studios are free to make R-rated content if they so choose, and Disney will back it as long as it fits with the overall direction and theme of the franchise (in other words, if there's a compelling or in-universe reason to do it). Deadpool established itself as an R-rated property and that's what people expect, so Disney is not going to stop them from making an R-rated MCU version of Deadpool.
 
2021-12-06 11:34:21 AM  

Alphax: Wobambo: ArcadianRefugee: Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. S

Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.


Back in the days of the Fantastic 4 animated series, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider hit Galactus with the penance stare.
Yeah, a Ghost Rider could fark up Thanos.
 
2021-12-06 12:50:46 PM  

Alphax: Lucifer Morningstar is DC, though.

Yeah, Charlie did a good job with Daredevil.  I saw the first 2 seasons, without having Netflix.  A little slow moving, plotwise, but otherwise good.


Season 3 of DD is really good. However, Before you watch it, you kind of need to see Defenders, which is really not good. But it's mercifully pretty short.

Actually, the first half to two thirds of Defenders is pretty good. Then it just gets silly.
 
2021-12-06 2:05:48 PM  

AnotherBluesStringer: Excellent, but unless you're bringing back Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, and Elden Henson as well, this is just a half measure.


Kingpin's voice can be heard in the Hawkeye series ... he's "Uncle"
 
2021-12-06 2:22:07 PM  

AnotherBluesStringer: Excellent, but unless you're bringing back Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, and Elden Henson as well, this is just a half measure.


Pretty sure we will be seeing Vincent very soon in Hawkeye and Echo.
 
2021-12-06 2:44:30 PM  

Decorus: AnotherBluesStringer: Excellent, but unless you're bringing back Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, and Elden Henson as well, this is just a half measure.

Pretty sure we will be seeing Vincent very soon in Hawkeye and Echo.


This.
 
2021-12-06 2:52:56 PM  

Wraithstrike: Alphax: Wobambo: ArcadianRefugee: Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. S

Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

Back in the days of the Fantastic 4 animated series, the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider hit Galactus with the penance stare.
Yeah, a Ghost Rider could fark up Thanos.


The only question is one of remorse. The Penance Stare only works if the person he's using it on has a shred of conscience. It worked on Galactus because he's always been shown to feel kinda bad for eating planets, but does so because that's his place in the Universe.

As long as Thanos has the capacity to still feel bad about his actions, then yeah, Ghost Riders would roast him.
 
2021-12-06 3:23:17 PM  

AnotherBluesStringer: Excellent, but unless you're bringing back Vincent D'Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, and Elden Henson as well, this is just a half measure.


Apropos of nothing, here's Charlie Cox playing Dungeons & Dragons with Deborah Ann Woll.
Charlie Cox in The Ascent of The Angler - Part 1 | Relics and Rarities | Episode 3 Part 1
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2021-12-06 3:50:42 PM  

That Reilly Monster: The MCU, especially Disney+ which is solidly PG-13, will never go as dark as the Netflix shows so those versions of DD and Kingpin are forever lost, which sucks. But the casting was spot-on in both cases so if those characters do come back that's totally the right call.


You really think Moonn Knight isn't going to be at least as dark as Daredevil?

Look, in addition to the ample evidence already provided in this thread about Disney willing to create R-rated content (just not directly under the Disney name), they're very much allowing stuff like cursing and pretty brutal violence and imagery (Episode 5 of Falcon & Winter Soldier, anyone?) in their Disney+ shows. About the only thing they're not going to have is explicit sex. And really, if that's all you're concerned about, just go browse the cosplay films on YouPorn, already.
 
2021-12-06 6:38:41 PM  
This is great - now we just need Elodie Yung and Jon Bernthal back as Elektra and Punisher

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2021-12-06 7:13:09 PM  

sorceror: Alphax: Wobambo: Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

In the comics, Ghost Rider put the hurt on Galactus at one point. (One of his powers is the "Penance Stare" which basically makes someone experience all the suffering they've inflicted on others, all at once.)


A person could have a lot of fun with a power like that:
Uses Penance Stare on guy
"Oh god no!"
"Come on, it's not that bad. Don't act all butthurt."
"..."
"Oh, sorry."
 
2021-12-06 9:15:04 PM  

Birnone: sorceror: Alphax: Wobambo: Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

In the comics, Ghost Rider put the hurt on Galactus at one point. (One of his powers is the "Penance Stare" which basically makes someone experience all the suffering they've inflicted on others, all at once.)

A person could have a lot of fun with a power like that:
Uses Penance Stare on guy
"Oh god no!"
"Come on, it's not that bad. Don't act all butthurt."
"..."
"Oh, sorry."


I find people transparent enough not to need to know what dark shiat they get into.
 
2021-12-07 1:15:10 AM  
In the new Spidermsn movie, it opens with Peter in court being defended by Matt Murdock paid for by an interested party. (Val)

No Daredevil in this movie.
 
2021-12-07 4:17:36 PM  

AppleOptionEsc: Alphax: Wobambo: ArcadianRefugee: Wobambo: Good, since he did a great job in the role and the initial "MCU" shows got shafted. Still think they should throw Fitz and Simmons in somewhere.

...frowns on your "and".

Been too long since I watched the show. Agent May and that version of Ghost Rider would also make decent additions.

Fitz and Simmons are parents now, and deserve a break after all they've done for the planet and the timeline.

Robby Reys Ghost Rider is kinda overpowered.  I've heard it claimed that he could have defeated Thanos, one on one.

It's comic books. Anyone could have taken Thanos one-on-one. End Game showed that at least 4 heroes could have, but that isn't how ensemble fights work. But plot gonna plot, and universes gonna universe. Thanos is a living plot device. And only more fun than superman because he is a scheming schemer who has a magic glove that does insteresting things.


This reminded me that Daredevil actually took on Thanos at some point in the comics. I know, I know - that certainly narrows it down. Google failed me on finding it (did take on Terrax, Blackheart, and I don't think I have the issue in my present, much smaller collection. Think it was around this point in his original series:

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/still hate that DC & Marvel farked up the numbering on all series
 
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