Well, most of the day. Watching Avengers Infinity War and Avengers Endgame back-to-back today. While the movies will never get a comic storyline just right, with the proper writers/directors/producers, they have zero problems getting them far better that the stories they were originally based upon. Since I have only seen both films once it… Continue reading Spending Thanksgiving Day with the Avengers
Over on Variety, Brie Larson speaks about her, and many others desire for an all female Avengers adventure. My take for this could be the classic "Girls Night Out" scenario. It's a classic trope in comics, and some animated series. It's a concept that works. Otherwise you have two other options, the males have all… Continue reading Conceptual Thoughts: Avengers, Ladies’ Night
Back in the late 70's I picked this incredible story up in a bulk buy deal. It was my very first "What-If" comic, and it blew my mind. The concept of a story set in a version of the Marvel universe that never existed was incredible to me. I think it is prime fodder… Continue reading Avengers of the 1950: What-If Marvel Animates this Story from 1978?
In the comics, Hawkeye was never a favorite character. He was always a Green Arrow analog to me. His one interesting feature was that he started out as a villain. Due to my aversion to large crowds, and poor timing, I have only just recently watched Avengers: Endgame. I was blown away by… Continue reading A New Appreciation for Hawkeye
I thought this was just going to be a simple re-dressing of the current Avengers series, and in essence it is, but it seems like they retooled the entire format of the show to spotlight the Black Panther. Black Panther was one of the highest grossing films of the year, so it stands to… Continue reading Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest