Where was the support of other Marvel heroes? They were in New York, right? That’s Spiderman’s city. Or what about the Fantastic Four? I suppose it’s possible they didn’t exist at the point of the Avengers team up, but what about the X Men? I believe Xavier’s School is close to New York, and the…
Spider-man, Fantastic Four and X-men all had their movie rights sold to other studios, so they were unable to appear in Marvel studio movies. They cannot legally talk about them until they get the rights back, which they won’t until the other studios stop making movies of them, which they refuse to do.
So blame Sony for not getting Spider-man in the Avengers, and blame Fox for no X-men.
What I noticed, because I’m a dork, on the map in the background:
1. We have a dot on New Mexico, which is where Coulson was transferred, so apparently Thor was going on at the same time as Iron Man two.
2. There’s also a dot on Virginia, which is where Culver University is located. In this scene there are other screens showing news feeds on the Incident at Culver University, so the Incredible Hulk fiasco is also happening at this time.
3. There are dots in both Greenland and Europe respectively, one of which is Captain America, and the other of which is likely the Tesseract [Though I have a secret hope that it might be Bucky/Winter Soldier, because how awesome would that be?], so the beginning/end of Captain America is happening around the time of Iron Man 2 as well.
Just thought I’d say that, since people seem to get awful confused about the Marvel Cinematic ‘Verse’s timeline.
Also… That dot in Africa… I’m hoping Black Panther? :3
The dot in Africa is the general location of Wakanda as given by Marvel Atlas #2
Also, you missed the dot in the middle of the ocean, which can be no one other than Namor, the Sub Mariner.
1) Tune down the colors, especially on the costumes. All the bright colored costumes are kinda cheesy. And maybe redesign them or use their current costumes.
2) Darken the mood of the show a little bit. Make it more serious and add some more drama.
3)Get some better characters. The Guardians of the Galaxy were so stupid: a talking alien tree and a talking alien raccoon.
4) Change the way the characters look. Make them a bit sexier. You know your cartoon is doing well if there are ships all over Tumblr.
5) Increase the tension between two male characters. The fangirls go cray for that!
6) It needs more tragedy. If it doesn’t invoke the feels then its not really worth it.
I really hope this is some kind of sarcastic dealie right here. Because if not you stand for everything I oppose in this world and
I WILL HUNT YOU TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH
MORE AVENGERS SPOILERS, READER BEWARE
Okay so by now I’m sure most of you are aware that Thanos appears in the post-credits scene (at least the first one), a clear teaser to his appearance as the villain of Avengers 2, or even the upcoming sequels but I think they will save him for the crossover. Here’s a few things some off you may not have realized.
- The Infinity Gauntlet was shown in the treasury of Asgard in Thor (you probably know this one)
- Loki had the Mind Gem in Avengers. See that Blue gem in the spear given to him by Thanos? The one that lets him brainwash people. Yeah, the infinity gem that gives power over the mind is blue.
- A Guardians of the Galaxy movie has already been confirmed, and one member of the Guardians, Adam Warlock, is the holder of the Soul Gem
- Captain America is getting a sequel, Red Skull was tossed into Thanos’ domain at the end of Captain America and he is consistently referred to as a Man out of Time. Does anyone else smell a plot involving the Time Gem and Hydra agents in the near future? Would not the ability to travel back in time, to the world he remembers be a great temptation to Steve Rogers?
- Thor is supposedly going on an adventure across the Nine Realms in his upcoming sequel, but without the Bifrost that should be much too power intensive, unless of course you had the Space Gem which allows you to transport yourself and others anywhere in the multiverse nearly at will. Thor is a man split between worlds, and his ability to exist in both is severely hampered by the cost of jumping from one world to another.
- Tony has made a point of being the only name in clean energy. He has his arc reactor technology to power his suits. The only other man who had the knowledge to reproduce the arc reactor died in Iron Man 2. So any new armored villain in Iron Man 3 would require a substantial power source such as perhaps the unlimited energy provided by the Power Gem. I personally hope to see some kind of Mandarin Analogue with a “Magic Ring” that provides endless clean energy for his tech.
- Time, Space and Power all have thematic ties to the ongoing plots of those three movies The Soul Gem is nearly a prerequisite for a GotG movie, and they wouldn’t have to come out and name them or even reveal their importance. Just incorporating glowing colored gems into their technology as a subplot would be a perfect setup for Thanos and his Infinity War.
If they do choose to use these gems in this manner that would leave only the Reality Gem to either be found during Avengers 2, or already in the possession of Thanos when he invades Asgard to steal the Gauntlet, and then has to clash with SHIELD to retrieve the Mind Gem as well as any of the others should they be given to SHIELD for safekeeping.
AVENGERS SPOILERS AHOY YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
Agent Phil Coulson of SHIELD is secretly the Vision. I’ll tell you why.
- The movies have already established that both Synthezoids (Captain America) and Life Model Decoys (Avengers, Iron Man 2 [Stark Expo]) exist. Fully passable androids are already around.
- Coulson has never exhibited emotion, not once. He remains cool calm and collected in the most insane situations. Even after being stabbed through the chest by Loki he barely bats an eyelash and advises Fury to use his death to motivate the team.
- Coulson was somehow able to get through Stark Tower’s security systems basically unchallenged
- When talking about Coulson after his “death” Fury says he “lost his one good eye”, a clear reference to Coulson’s codename Vision. Coulson has acted as Fury’s eyes in the field in every single aspect of the Avenger’s Initiative
- The one subject he expresses any real enthusiasm in is Captain America, a contemporary of Jim Hammond, the original Synthezoid on which the Vision was based.
- And most importantly, if this is true then Phil Coulson is alive.
Please be alive Phil…
Think simple, Stark.
He’s wearing like 300 pounds of armor and weapons, do you have any idea how big that parachute would need to be? And anyway he’s too close to the ground. The military has multi-billion dollar jet fighters, but they don’t put parachutes on them, because that would be ridiculously difficult.
I WHIP MY HAIR BACK AND FORTH
I WHIP MY HAIR BACK AND FORTH
I WHIP MY HAIR BACK AND FORTH
She must use a lot of hairspray if she can break a man’s nose like that.