It depends on how much time passes in-universe between Endgame and Love & Thunder. Remember that the Gamora during the final battle of Endgame is NOT the same Gamora from the previous Marvel films. This new Gamora hasn’t undergone the same character development and is essentially unfamiliar with the world as-is. It… Read more
Apparently it’s been extremely easy to find in-store. Seen multiple pictures of shelves with over a dozen of the things.
As irritating as it is that this was a hoax, I’d rather it be that than the real thing.
I adore low-poly random NPCs. I hope they never, ever go away.
See, the Morlocks actually work, since disfigured people in real life face all kinds of prejudice. But the Morlocks are never the headliners. At best, they’re usually only used when Marvel needs some Mutant canon fodder.
I mean, this network of sites has already called for the cancellation of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, or at least a massive overhaul where none of the cast members are cops anymore.
But even that always gets holes poked into it since blacks/gays/whatever don’t shoot laser beams from their eyes or have super speed. The citizens of the Marvel Universe have a right to be fearful of mutants because most of them cause tons of death and destruction. And we’ll also discard how non-Mutant superheroes… Read more
Eh, the analogy with the Daily Bugle isn’t 100% clean. For one thing, in the comics JJJ has come to love Spider-Man multiple times, though it usually gets reset whenever reality gets rewritten, though that was also before Marvel transformed him into their Alex Jones rather than just being cantankerous.
Hell, they could have easily had their cake and eat it too. Miles didn’t live in Harlem in the previous game. Have him love and/or be friends with the cops his dad worked with, but have the Harlem cops be the racist assholes. It would make so much sense.