Which of the three clubs in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are you most excited for?
The Marvel Cinematically-universe has always been a bit of a mixed bag.
For years, the MCU was the exclusive domain of one of the more well-known companies in the world, Disney, but now we’ve seen some really interesting adaptations in the MCM, including the X-Men and Avengers films, and we’re starting to see some really cool new franchises as well.
So what makes the MCG different?
The question, I think, is whether you like the characters, or whether you want to see them get a bit more fleshed out.
There’s been some great characters, but also some characters who just didn’t seem to fit into the MCUs main cast.
I think it’s great that we’re finally seeing a little more diversity, especially since these are the kinds of characters that the MCAs fanbase really wants to see getting more screen time.
If you like The Avengers or The Avengers: Age of Ultron, you’re going to be happy to see more of the characters from the MC1 universe.
The only other time we’ve really seen a big crossover between the MCs and Marvel’s other big franchises is with X-Force, and that’s just kind of a weird, weird, funny thing.
So while we’re certainly not going to see the same kind of crossover with the Marvel films as we saw with The Avengers, I do think there’s some promise for more of those kind of characters in the future.
What are you excited about?
I’m excited about a lot of the different things that the Marvel movies are doing, and I think a lot more of them are happening in the TV world.
So, for example, you’ve got Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which I think is going to have a big impact on the future of the MC2 franchise, which is now headed up by James Marsters and Matt Ryan, the former of whom is returning.
So you’ve also got the Agents of Asgard, which I am super excited about, and also the Defenders, which are the Marvel TV version of the Avengers.
I’m also excited about the Fantastic Four, which will be the main MCU team for the foreseeable future, and there’s so much going on there that I think the fans will be really excited about.
What’s next for the Marvel cinematic universe?
The big question for me is what happens to the X Corps, who were part of the original Avengers and were originally created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
It’s been a long time coming, and now the first wave of new X-women has joined the MCB, and the story for that is really interesting.
I really hope that they make it into a full-fledged Marvel TV show.
So far, they’ve only been mentioned in the trailers, and if the first episode of The Defenders is anything to go by, we’ll see a lot happening in terms of the Xs going forward.
How does this compare to the MCI?
It’s a bit different, obviously, but the main difference is that the comics are a bit longer, so the story is pretty much going to take place over about two to three seasons.
But there’s also this huge difference in scale and pacing between the Marvel books and the films, so you’re not going as far in the story, and it’s going to feel like a lot less of a standalone story.
I mean, if you want something to really feel like you’re living in the Cinematic universe, you could definitely watch a few episodes of Agents of M.A.S.K. or Daredevil.
So it’s a pretty big difference, but it’s nice to have something to compare it to.
And I’m sure that the fans have already started speculating about what’s going on with some of the new characters.
What about The Defenders?
The Defenders are the first major crossover between Marvel’s TV and movies, and they’ll be a lot closer to the films in terms, as well as in terms design.
The Defenders has the full backing of Marvel Studios, and will be one of those characters that’s going back to the TV universe in some capacity.
It will also be the first time that Iron Fist will be seen in a TV show, so we know that he’ll be there.
And the first one we’ve actually seen from the show will be a flashback, so that’s one of my favorite things about the show.
You can watch the show with a Netflix account, and then it’ll give you an insight into how things were going down before and after the show aired, and what happened to the characters in that episode.
So we’re looking forward to seeing the show, and hopefully it’ll do well enough that Marvel can bring it back.
What is your take on the new Agents of SHIELD?
Well, I’ve been watching the show for a while, and so far, I really like the way that the show