I think it's reasonable to assume thatRight, Wandavision is a bait-and-switch yes? There's no way the trailers are representative of the actual show. It has to be a case of the trailers giving the impression of it being a shit 50s tv show meta parody but there has to be more to it than that? Surely? It looks like really well done pants to me.
Such a great slate especially when you consider that doesn't include Avengers and X-Men stuff that's almost certainly coming.summary of upcoming stuff
Personally I really can't wait for the Fantastic Four and Namor to join the fray. The first comic book I ever read was a story of the Fantastic Four trying to repel Namor's assault on the surface world.Such a great slate especially when you consider that doesn't include Avengers and X-Men stuff that's almost certainly coming.
One thing I would really love to see is either a live action or animated Spider-man series for Holland showing him doing more street level stuff but that may not be possible with Sony.
I have a bit of a problem with the implication of alternate universes, it somehow makes it all feel consequence-less if that is the narrative device they use to bring so many characters back. I don't know for sure that this is how they'll do it and who knows what sort of plot they have for the next decade, but they do seem to be leaning heavily on this idea of multiverse and I don't really like the sound of it.
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They were but I loved it! I really want to know what the hell is happening but I found the sitcom bits very entertaining.Watched the first episodes of Wandavision and if feels great to be back in the MCU! But I can't wait for it to become more than "real", the first two episodes were little too much just about getting to know the TV world and not enough about what's actually happening.
Yeah I really liked it too! Best was Vision trying to be human.XD Also what is the emblem with the sword? I don't read comics so have no idea who they are supposed to be and can't remember them from the MCU either.They were but I loved it! I really want to know what the hell is happening but I found the sitcom bits very entertaining.
The sword emblem is the logo of S.W.O.R.D., a S.H.I.E.L.D. offshoot that is more focused on extraterrestrial threats, although it appears that the MCU version will also handle incidents involving superhumans. Its only previous indirect appearance in the MCU was in an after-credits scene in Far From Home. Nick Fury was overseeing the construction of a space station which will be SWORD's headquarters.Yeah I really liked it too! Best was Vision trying to be human.XD Also what is the emblem with the sword? I don't read comics so have no idea who they are supposed to be and can't remember them from the MCU either.
That's actually a good point. Something was irking me about it and you hit the nail on the head. I really agree regarding the lack of imagination there. Still, their aesthetic I do find brilliant, especially when TAO first demonstrates one to Strange. I also find all the dimension manipulation stuff absolutely mind-bogglingly good. Those VFX shots must have been hell to plan and shoot.
I think Dr Strange 2 will be vastly improved on that front. Sam Raimi is a great choice for such a property, I expect him to make something truly special. I think the first movie, while very accomplished, lacked a bit of imagination in its action scenes. I found the decision to focus on straightforward hand-to-hand combat in the first movie quite strange (no pun intended) because the movie clearly communicated that magic overcomes physical limitations.That's actually a good point. Something was irking me about it and you hit the nail on the head. I really agree regarding the lack of imagination there. Still, their aesthetic I do find brilliant, especially when TAO first demonstrates one to Strange. I also find all the dimension manipulation stuff absolutely mind-bogglingly good. Those VFX shots must have been hell to plan and shoot.
The great thing is that Falcon and Winter Soldier starts very shortly after Wandavision ends. Having new MCU stuff to look forward to every week is just fantastic.Im really enjoying WandaVision.
However Im most excited for Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Love those guys.
Yeah it's very very good. We'll see if they can maintain that level of quality, my guess would be yes because Marvel Studios have proven themselves. Falcon and Winter Soldier will be a good test, it seems a lot more straightforward than Wandavision so if they can make that as interesting as WV we have nothing to fear.Damn Wandavision was great! If the rest of their TV stuff is that kind of quality I'm all in!
I think they are, the character has her origins in the comics so I don't expect any surprises regarding that.This episode was quite nice, trying to retcon a lot of things that were hastily ignored in Age of Ultron and never really covered until now.
I don't really buy the whole "witches are real" thing though, but that's not due to the idea, more that I was honestly expecting Harkness to be a manifestation of Wanda's psyche to try and absolve herself of guilt by having a villain to rail against.
I'm quite liking Falcon and Winter Soldier. My biggest fear was that it would be just an ad for the military but they do get real and critical about stuff. So yeah I'm in!