A+--Greatest Comic Movie Ever!
B---Very Good but could have been better
C---Meh, just okay
D--Very let down; even "Catwoman" was better!
F---Complete Failure; what happened??
Nightcrawler, Jean Grey, Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker, Professor X, Mar-Vell, Richard Rider- Bring Them Back!!!
Not necessarily in the films. I recall in a video interview The First Avenger screenwriters wanted some ambiguity: perhaps some people still think of Cap as a propaganda character because they don't know of the supersoldier project and his activities post October 1943. Only the higher ups like Fury and Coulson in SHIELD or Ross in the military know the truth.
It's nice that the big guns Thor, Hulk and Iron Man got the lions share of bad guy stomping. Each character has there use and place and they balance out the scenes well but I was afraid you would see Hawkeye or Widow take out just as much as Hulk or Thor in a straight up fight and although you can get away with it it is still silly.
lol funny stuff
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-this posters ragging on rob leifelds art is not ment as hatred toward the man he is a professional artist and got that way for a reason...however i cannot condone the use of pouches-
Spoiler Free Review -
While there’s already literally hundreds on reviews of Marvel’s The Avengers available on the web here’s a Spoiler Free review for the thousands of US viewers yet to see the
For me, May is Avengers Month. I bought my first Marvel comic, Avengers #76, in May 1970 and it was May 2010 that I was lucky enough to get my photo in Avengers #1 so although the movie opened here in New Zealand on April 25 I waited until May 1 before seeing the movie with most of my family. (I tried to get in with my Avengers ID. The cashier thought it was cool but I still had to pay. And I don’t begrudge a single cent of the $10.50 entry fee.)
The premise of The Avengers as a team of fictional heroes is that the team is greater than the sum of its parts and this movie is a rare example where the same is true of the cast and crew. With this movie everyone, the director, writers, actors, special effects, designers, have all hit their mark with Hawkeye precision producing a new bench-mark in action and comic book based entertainment.
Kevin Fiege, Joss Whedon and the rest of the crew have expertly delivered an Avengers tale for today that still respectfully pays homage to the 1960 comic-book origins of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes while mixing with the best elements of the Ultimate Universe version of the heroes.
For those who think they know the story from all trailers and T.V. spots, think again. There are still surprises aplenty from the very first scene through to the end and there is not a single wasted line of dialogue in the whole 142 minutes.
For the full review go to: http://avengersarchives.blogspot.co.nz/
I was reading this article and it says:It seems as if the US will indeed be getting an extra scene at the end of the credits of Marvel's The Avengers. So, is it a set-up for Ant-Man, Doctor Strange or something else altogether? Well, it's definitely not what you might expect!
Josh Wilding - 5/2/2012
I'm waiting on the guys here to confirm it 1st though.
"Everybody's Waiting," Six Feet Under finale episode
I saw this the other night, and I'm totally neutral. I didn't enjoy Thor being Hulk's rag doll, and it was a little too Tony Stark heavy for my tastes, but it was pretty good. I wasn't jumping up and down with excitement or anything, but other than Sin City, It's the closest thing to a perfect comic book movie yet.