Saturday, May 25, 2019
Yeahhhh, I don't think he's going to be very gentle....like at all. I mean he is a Kree soldier after all, and I highly doubt they're all that sensitive and gentle in the bedroom.
Hey so I finally watched the Avengers: Endgame movie today.
Despite already knowing the main spoilers about the movie, I still very much enjoyed the entire ride. I mean shit, those 3 hours really flew by, and I didn't even have to worry about getting up to take a piss in the middle of it either.
Hell I even got a little misty-eyed when Tony died.
Throw in Cap (not dead, but retired, and Black Widow) and that's 3 Avengers down in one movie.
I'm hoping we get another Avengers movie eventually, but I'm damn curious as to what the team will look like and who the next villain will be. I'm thinking Kang the Conqueror, but it could literally be anyone at this point.
If you haven't seen it yet, please, please do. It's well worth it and helps lay the groundwork for the next phase in the MCU.
Monday, May 20, 2019
It's been awhile I know, I just haven't been feeling the whole blogging thing lately and figured I'd take a break.
For me these days it's all about posting when I feel I actually have something to say or am inspired to create and showcase something rather than just posting just to fill some imaginary quota I feel I should be filling.
Don't worry I'm good, just not feeling under the gun to post as much is all.
That being said, here's a list of the Top 5 questions I think we've all wanted to ask Jamie Maddrox, a.k.a. The Multiple Man, but maybe were just afraid to. Well, now you can, or at least I have for you.
I asked and found some random Twitter users to send in their questions for Jamie, and I picked the top 5 ones I liked the best.
Let's see how it went shall we?
Well damn, that sure got nasty quick didn't it?
I guess it's safe to say he's not coming back to answer any more questions anytime soon.
Monday, May 06, 2019
Who's seen the new trailer for the next MCU movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home?
I have and it's pretty good actually. No I still haven't seen Homecoming yet and I'm ok with that, but this one looks good enough to watch.
In the new trailer, Mysterio claims to be from an alternate universe similar to ours but different. Even Fury believes this story.
And while I know fans are all a buzz with the possibility of an actual multiverse existing, especially now that time travel is a thing in the MCU now thanks to Endgame, I personally don't feel that's the case just yet. Nope instead, I think Mysterio's story about being a hero from another universe is just like the monsters in the movie he created (Hydro-Man and Molten Man respectively) all part of his plot to endear himself to the MCU and get their guard down in order to do whatever evil scheme he's got cooked up.
Now sure I could be wrong here, but that's what I think. Not only is he pretending to be a hero, but he's also upping the ante by claiming to be from another world. And again, after everything Fury and Spider-Man's seen the possibility of a whole multiverse existing doesn't seem that all far-fetched does it?
I do believe this panels explains it all in a nutshell:
Speaking of Mysterio, guess who made the list of Spider-villains who could've just as easily been fighting Dr. Strange instead?
That's right this guy:
I'll explain why as I go over my Top 5 list of Spider-Man Villains that could've just as easily been Dr. Strange villains instead.
5). The Green Goblin
Read this and you tell that the Green Goblin wouldn't have a been a really good villain for Dr. Strange if Ditko had kept the supernatural aspect the character and his origins intact:
I'm not sure how the original version of the Green Goblin would've ultimately faired in the MU over time, or even if he'd become as popular as he eventually became, but I'd like to think he'd have been a natural for becoming one of he good doctor's most persistent foes. Hell, he could even retain the double identity of Norman Osborn, so that instead of being a persona that developed due to a chemical he created, it'd be more a case of supernatural possession.
Since his powers are already mystical in nature, it's not much of a stretch to me why Puma wouldn't be an ideal opponent for Dr. Strange. Replace his original purpose of being bred to kill the Beyonder with that of a/the sorcerer supreme and add in his side job as a mercenary, and you wouldn't have too work to hard to explain away his addition into Strange's rogues gallery.
Another science-created super villain, and fellow member of the Outlaws with the #4 entry, the Will O' the Wisp could instead be a magical creature, a demon, a vengeful ghost, or something else entirely. Either way he could become a potential mystical menace for the good doctor to fight instead of Spider-Man. His abilities of within the realm of the manipulation of the electromagnetic spectrum makes him on paper a very powerful threat to anyone. Despite all this, and his many, many abilities,
Ol' Will sure gets jobbed out a lot. That being said, if he was instead a
Yes Venom. All you have to do is just change alien symbiote to a tool of an evil sorcerer or demonic entity and Venom's your man.
And hey it's not like it's that much of a total stretch considering how Marvel's allowed writer Donny Coates to give the race of symbiotes a new, retconned origin as being created out of living darkness from the dark god known as Knull. If we were to fully go with the mystical aspect of Knull, then he'd make a logical enemy for Dr. Strange, with the symbiotes being soldiers in his war on everything, Strange included. Venom could either be a powerful symbiote that's given or gained independent sentience, or is an amalgamation of all the symbiotes personified as a creature calling itself Venom. Either way, Strange would have a new and very deadly adversary to deal with.
I've already given away the #1 entrant, but here's why he could be a potential villain for Dr. Strange:
Either his powers and abilities are mystical in nature, or he remains as he is, a formidable master of special FX with a personal vendetta against the good doctor due to say, being exposed as a fraud, or having one of his world-conquering schemes put down by Strange, either way, he gains an enemy for life in Mysterio.
Those are my picks, who would yours be?
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Who's up for one last skit for the month?
Good, here you go.....
I have yet to watch the Doom Patrol tv show even though I'm a huge fan. I'm just willing to subscribe to DC's streaming service just for that and maybe the new Swamp Thing series coming out later. Instead I've been watching clips on YouTube, do believe there are apps online that allow you to watch shows like DP for free. Might have to look into that.
Thursday, April 25, 2019
So I had this idea one day about how the Kingpin should wage war on beloved newspaper cartoon character Dennis the Menace. Yeah I know, sounds weird until you think about how Dennis' main antagonist is Mr. Wilson, his eternally grumpy neighbor.
Of course to be fair, I defintiely sympathize with the put upon Mr. Wilson. I mean you have this annoying little fucker constantly playing pranks on you, bothering you while you try to enjoy a much-deserved retirement, and basically justy constantly harassing you and making your life a living hell.
I mean he's not called a menace for nothing you know.
So yeah, he and the Kingpin share the same name, and I figured, wouldn't it be funny if Dennis menaced The Kingpin instead.
Here's a sample of some of the possibilities:
If you think this is good, what'll the fat man sends his assassins after the Menace.....
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