I don’t need the whole Avengers roster on screen with the whole X-Men roster. I just need a few key X-Men to be invited onto the Avengers (Wolverine, Storm, Beast) with a simple understanding they all lead separate lives.
This reminded me about what I’ve been saying when certain studios won’t allow characters in their TV shows that also appear in their movies. Like Superman appearing in Supergirl and not played by Henry Cavill. Basically, the character that everyone has seen on the big screen also appears in 5-10 comic issues every…
Tom Cavanaugh is such a good actor on The Flash that I forget all the alternate Wells are the same actor when they’re interacting together.
I didn’t even realize Making History was finally on! It didn’t have a Fall release, and I hadn’t seen a premier date whenever I checked. Maybe if it had been advertised more...
The store I visited was generous with a five comic limit. I picked up Fairyland, the Tick, the Spider-Man preview by Zdarsky, GotG, and Doctor Who. I almost choose Star Trek, but I figured it’ll be in the trade collection which I’ll buy.
Better question: Why is Andrea Sorrentino drawing this when she could be on better projects that aren’t Nazi Captain America?
Same here. Just in case I ever part with my physical issues (fire, storage, etc), I’ll still be able to enjoy them again.
Nextwave was the first thing to pop into my head, and is something I share with all my comic friends.
I loved it! Not just the animation, which was breathtaking and unbelievable, but the story pulled through for me too.
Always glad to be seen and to keep some discussion going. (Maybe eventually I’ll go back to actually showing up in article comments instead of waiting for approval or whatever happened after the big switch a while back.)
Secret Wars Infinity Gauntlet Star-Lord hilarious misquote.
But look, Richards could have won vertically a few turns ago, and Doom NEVER NOTICED!
I think this is everything I’ve got.
I have to many pictures on my computer?
I found another one.
Reminded me of this.
From Charles Soule’s Thunderbolts #23.
The instant classic, ‘I don’t want to cure cancer, I want to turn people into dinosaurs’ line from Spider-Man and the X-Men.
From the middle of Mark Waid’s first Daredevil run.
From Avengers 24.NOW.