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for context, i moved in with my girlfriend about may of last year. prior to that i hadn’t seen any seen any marvel or really given any thought to them, we are currently going thru the timeline (we skipped some non important shows just so i can watch the new movies faster), also all my opinions are based seeing as how my favorite movies of all time are twilight movies :)
So during the Smashstronaut run of The Hulk there was the subtle inclusion of a power scale. In that power scale, demons were ranked above gods, but I was wondering if that is because they are legitimately more powerful, or if it's because they have less scruples when using their power. Like, Odin wouldn't just land in the center of Manhattan and start annihilating everything on a whim but Dormammu would. I would link my source but community doesn't allow videos.
why didnt spiderman turn invisible when everyone was chasing him
This made me laugh harder than it should have
imo it was one of the best marvel productions on disney+. The writing on the wall isn't looking too good which depresses me; the actor and directors themselves have reported that Disney has nothing slated for the character in the near future. I'm sad because Oscar Isaac was a stellar actor and brought to life one of the most interesting marvel superheroes to date. Is there still hope to see Moon Knight on screen again?
Spiderman across the spider-verse( theorys)
Sm-atsv = spiderman across the spiderverse Sm- nwh = spiderman no way home
There are so many great theorys. And bc my friends have not watched the movies I'd like to talk to ppl about them. These do not all line up I am thinking of different scenarios.
(P.S I love this movie. The animation was amazing. I honestly think there are better words to describe this movie and I just want to credit the animators, the designers and everyone who was in this.)
(P.P.S I will be seeing thing movie atheist 7 more times)
I think that miles was supposed to be spiderman. I can see the points where he is the prowler, but his dad didn't die. He grew up with both parents in Sm-atsv universe-1610.
It would be cool if miles-1610 got miles-42 to see how it would have been to have his dad still being alive and we get a team up like peter1,2 and 3 in Sm-nwh.
I kinda have a feeling Miguel O'Hara is an anomaly and he's keeping himself alive with his suit.
There is a drawing of who is on miles side and who is on Miguel's side and Jessica is on that( tbh I think she would be on miles side) I don't have an exact reason.
Hobie is the best I love him and I hope we will see him in beyond the universe.
7.i honestly believe that we are going to see a VERY different miles than we have ever seen before.
For starters yes I know he is from the ultimate universe but that's not what I mean, also mild spoiler from the latest movie.
For starters I don't have much comic knowledge I've read: Spiderman from secret wars (1980s) to mid clone saga (1990s) - people are right clone saga is awful to get through Infinity gauntlet (1991) - amazing I might like is more than the movies Ultimate spider man (2000) from the start to when miles mother dies and he gives up being Spiderman - I understand why people didn't like miles back in the day, it stopped me reading Spider verse (2014) - fun read
So I haven't read much most of my knowledge is spiderman pre 2000s. My mate who has read way more than me has more up to date knowledge from 2000s to early 2010s, so I respect his word more than my own.
After we watched the new spider verse movie which we thought it was great he said its crazy that Miles got away from all those spiders in the 2099 universe, guess he really is the ultimate Spiderman. I thought he meant ultimate as in ultimate universe. But he meant ultimate in another way as in he is the definitive Spiderman now.
It kind make sense that he is more powerful than Peter Parker since he has more powers and he seems more important to marvel since I tend to see more miles comics pushed than Peter Parker these days.... But the definitive Spiderman I don't think I like that Peter is the OG
Anyways my question is, is miles the ultimate Spiderman?
There’s so much good stuff they could do with the multiverse but they keep doing dumbass cosmetic stuff like everyone looking the same but having different coloured outfits and go on red and stop on green and pizza balls We could get cool stuff like the what if and even agents of shield crossovers but all the canon stuff is just Loki wanting to fuck his variants 😭
I don't really hear credit given to the Avengers and Wakandans who got blipped in Infinity War. In their POV, they just lost a very hard-fought battle against Thanos, which resulted in their deaths.
Then, just moments after being brought back to life, they are called on to once again face the Mad Titan and his much larger army in Endgame. To a person, they do so without flinching.
I mean are there literally any more badass people in the MCU?
Like many people, I kinda lost interest in the MCU after end game. I've watched some of the releases since like Loki, Wonda vision, Dr strange and no way home.
Anyway I was bored and decided to give Quantummania a watch. I was expecting complete trash from the reviews I've seen but I actually enjoyed it.
I'm not saying it was amazing but it was much better than I was expecting. And as someone who knows very little about the comics, I'm actually very excited to see what happens with all the Kang varients as he seems pretty unbeatable and just interesting overall.
Trans. Here's the original post. Preferably no arguing, I just wanna see the percentages.
How different would into and across the spider-verse be?
Trying to get a rocket tattoo and I love this design! Does anyone know where I can find more of this design so I can use it for reference?