It’s a sequel.
Saved me a lot of clicks. Thanks.
Cute, but this story is talk show fodder. It’s never been told in 40 years, Drew queued it up, Henry added some details and then handed it off to Dee saying she has more to tell. Rehearsed, fabricated, talk show fodder.
You mean Earth X Wolverine?
They filmed it over a year ago, yet all the incel comments they referred to were being said as the show was on. It was pretty brilliant.
Keeping it 💯, those comments and usual suspects are about as predictable as the rising of the sun.
Careful. The Slott Hate Brigade will sniff this out and wantonly come for you. You’ve been warned ...
Thank you for giving me an excuse for listening to and watching the Rhythm Nation video in 2022.
Fine. I’ll keep Netflix for one more month. But just one.
Except as a fan of his run on the comic, I’m more interested in his take than any of the others here. To each their own ...
He’s a 31st century descendant of Reed Richards. That’s over a thousand years and maybe 30 generations between them. One of his white descendants easily could’ve seen the finest sista and put a ring on that and made babies (plural because foine) and mixed-race Richards become a thing and tada. Quien sabe . . .
Like what? From my observations Phase 4 has had a ton of big changes from the comics, many that were unnecessary imho.
If you don’t like it, don’t create characters that you can’t own.
Oh wait, if these characters weren’t part of the already big Marvel imprint, then they probably would’ve never been near as popular or have broken out the way they have. So if you want a character to be popular, then it’s more likely if you create one… Read more
I don’t think there is anything wrong with the Inhumans and have enjoyed many stories with them. I do hate the behind-the-scenes drama that seems to dominate the conversation about them, though, and the subsequent tribalism that has resulted. Mutants and Inhumans are different enough conceptually and that they can… Read more
I want him to compose the symphonic soundtrack of my life.
Not sure what comics you’ve been reading, but The Spot has been effectively terrifying as a villain in recent years for Spidey and Daredevil. Again, proof that with the right writer, some of the goofiest villain concepts can be done right.