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First look at Captain America’s new suit Brave New World

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2024/05/03
17:29 UTC

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What were all the events that lead up to Knull's (King in Black) defeat?

Can someone refresh my mind? I kept thinking about how powerful Eddie Brock got in his fight against Knull. He had the Enigma Force, Power of Thor, Mjolnir and a portion of the power of Cosmic via Surfer's board. My mind always remembers him being the reason Knull lost. BUT, I know there's more context missing.

Example, I know:

  • Valkyries depowered Knull a little bit because they did something to weaken his Necrosword.
  • Surfer with the Enigma force was able to penetrate the planet and then destroyed a bunch of Grendel dragon symbiotes.
  • Tony Stark somehow came up with a way to take over one of the celestials Knull had control of.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but those are things that assisted in the ultimate defeat of Knull.

Is there anything else I'm missing?

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2024/05/03
17:21 UTC

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does marvel have any strips on webtoons?

DC has at least 3 series up there then they sell the trades

i think stuff like runaways, strange academy, avengers academy would do great up there

if marvel did do weebtoons who do you think they would put up there? who would you want up there?

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2024/05/03
17:20 UTC

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Would be cool if we see Elon Musk cameo in upcoming Deadpool x Wolverine movie

Would be cool if we see Elon Musk cameo in upcoming Deadpool x Wolverine movie. Rewatched today Iron Man 2 and saw Musk cameo lol.
What character Elon can play in upcoming Deadpool x Wolverine movie, what you think? And if this would be fun to see him?

6 Comments
2024/05/03
17:13 UTC

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The Astonishing World of Ant-Man: Unlocking the Marvel Cinematic Universe

In the vast tapestry of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), few characters bring as much charm, wit, and sheer innovation to the screen as Ant-Man. With his ability to shrink down to minuscule sizes while maintaining colossal strength, Ant-Man's adventures transcend the boundaries of traditional superhero storytelling. This article delves into the captivating world of Ant-Man, exploring the character's evolution, impact, and the unique elements that set his films apart in the superhero genre.

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A Cinematic Odyssey

In the vast Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), one character stands out for his remarkable ability to shrink in size while increasing in significance: Ant-Man. Since his cinematic debut in 2015, Ant-Man has become a beloved and integral part of the superhero saga, leaving an indelible mark on audiences worldwide.

The Birth of a Legend

The journey of Ant-Man began with his origin story in the aptly titled "Ant-Man" (2015). Directed by Peyton Reed, the film introduces us to Scott Lang, a former thief with a heart of gold who becomes the titular hero after inheriting the Ant-Man suit from its creator, Dr. Hank Pym. Played by the charismatic Paul Rudd, Lang must embrace his newfound abilities to pull off a heist that could save the world.

A Dynamic Duo

The Ant-Man franchise expanded further with "Ant-Man and the Wasp" (2018), which saw Scott Lang teaming up with Hank Pym's daughter, Hope van Dyne, portrayed by Evangeline Lilly. Directed once again by Peyton Reed, the film explores the dynamic partnership between Ant-Man and the Wasp as they embark on a mission to uncover secrets from the past while navigating the dangers of the quantum realm.

A Universe-Saving Role

Ant-Man's significance in the MCU reached new heights in "Avengers: Endgame" (2019). Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, the film sees Ant-Man playing a pivotal role in the epic battle against Thanos and his forces. Lang's ability to navigate the quantum realm proves instrumental in devising a plan to undo the devastating effects of the Decimation and restore balance to the universe.

A Quantum Leap Forward

The Ant-Man saga continues with "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" (2023), which promises to delve even deeper into the mysteries of the quantum realm. Directed by Peyton Reed and set to feature returning stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly, along with newcomers Kathryn Newton and Jonathan Majors, the film is poised to take audiences on another exhilarating adventure filled with humor, heart, and mind-bending twists.

A Small Hero with a Big Impact

As Ant-Man's journey unfolds across these four films, one thing remains clear: size may be relative, but heroism knows no bounds. Through its inventive storytelling, memorable characters, and groundbreaking visual effects, the Ant-Man franchise has solidified its place as a fan favorite in the MCU. As we eagerly await the next installment, one thing is certain: Ant-Man will continue to shrink his foes and enlarge his fans' hearts for years to come.

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2024/05/03
17:12 UTC

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X-men intro has me feeling like

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2024/05/03
17:08 UTC

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What’s the worst change from the comics that the MCU made to these Avengers? Day 11: Scarlet Witch

Captain America (Steve Rogers): Not showing more of him fighting Nazis in WW2 with the Invaders team.

Iron Man: Mishandling his rogue's gallery, more specifically never showing his rivalry with the Mandarin.

Black Widow: Making her a hero who wants redemption instead of a ruthless, morally grey assassin.

Hawkeye: Not giving him his personality: a younger snarky, reckless, cocky and loveable idiot.

Thor: Making him a goofy himbo and comedic character when he's much more mature in the comics.

Hulk: Having all of his character arc/development happening off-screen and not exploring his DID or tragic backstory well.

Spider-Man: Making Tony Stark his mentor and having too much of his motivation and villains revolve around Tony.

Captain America (Sam Wilson): Making his Redwing a drone instead of a battle trained falcon with whom he shares a psychic link.

Winter Soldier: Cutting all his ties with the Red Room and his romance with Black Widow by making him a Hydra agent.

Vision: Not having him start as Ultron's henchmen and instead having him join the Avengers right off the bat.

Note: the most common answer will win but i

16 Comments
2024/05/03
16:32 UTC

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I kinda wish they had said yes

2 Comments
2024/05/03
16:26 UTC

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Just bought a marvel vinyl

0 Comments
2024/05/03
16:23 UTC

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Why is the Infinity event never talked about?

I really loved it and it was huge inspiration for Infinity War, personally the Thanos stuff was rlly cool and specifically Doctor Strange, Black Bolt, and Black Panther were awesome for New Avengers. My favourite part of the event was when the Avengers went through all those battles and the Avengers World bit went so hard I was actually jumping up and down. But yeah no one rlly talks abt it

3 Comments
2024/05/03
16:16 UTC

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i Will ship mantis and drax and nothing can stop me

8 Comments
2024/05/03
16:13 UTC

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How tall is Franklin Richards?

3 Comments
2024/05/03
16:11 UTC

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Iron Man's origin for years had a massive plot hole until Mike Grell fixed It, having Tony be captured to build an armor instead of him somehow building It in disguise was a great change [Iron Man vol 3 #50]

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2024/05/03
15:47 UTC

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What alien/demon army forces does marvel have?

Like how DC has Paradooms. I know marvel has the chitauri, what other alien/demon army invasion force enemies does marvel have?

4 Comments
2024/05/03
15:34 UTC

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Moon knight by Francesco Francavilla

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2024/05/03
15:30 UTC

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Stan Lee's great memory at It again [Avengers #2]

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2024/05/03
15:26 UTC

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Beast is a genius... or is he? [Marvel Comics Presents #43]

3 Comments
2024/05/03
15:25 UTC

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Questions about the Kree

  1. I noticed that some Kree look like normal humans while some have blue skin. Whats up with that? Is that multiracial or something?
  2. Are the Kree good guys or bad guys
  3. Why are the Kree rivals with the Skrulls
  4. I heard that the Celestials did experiments on the Kree. If thats the case, where are all the Eternal and Deviant Kree?
  5. Why did the Kree experiment on the human race that led to the Inhumans?
1 Comment
2024/05/03
15:20 UTC

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So, per Deadline, The Marvels is officially the biggest box office bomb of all time, beating out John Carter by almost $40 million.

How on earth did that happen? What went so incredibly wrong that made Captain Marvel go from making a billion dollars to becoming the top money loser in movie history? And with this in mind, do we still think there's a future in the MCU for these characters?

163 Comments
2024/05/03
15:15 UTC

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I asked myself a stupid question

…I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I wonder what would’ve happened if Mark Millar was the one writing Ultimate Spider-Man instead of Bendis. Any ideas?

4 Comments
2024/05/03
14:48 UTC

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best marvel villain adaptation outside of the comics, day 29: Abomination

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2024/05/03
14:06 UTC

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Any insights about this

12 Comments
2024/05/03
13:54 UTC

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Who's the most lethal assassin in Marvel? - Image: The Amazing Spider-Man # 129

6 Comments
2024/05/03
13:34 UTC

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Got This For $1 From A Thrift Shop. Super Lucky!

7 Comments
2024/05/03
13:13 UTC

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Why does Spiderman work as a valet driver for a famous animal rights organisation?

Because he's a PETA parker.

4 Comments
2024/05/03
12:25 UTC

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