Agent Coulson's Captain America trading cards got all bloody even though they were locked inside a locker. Nick Fury probably took them out after his death, went to Coulson's dead body and scoured them to it until they got all wet by his blood. From a certain point of view that is pretty disgusting. (4) Comments
If the gamma monster, super soldier, tech-genius, God of Thunder, and explosive-arrow-wielding-master archer all fail against the otherworldly army, at least we got Black Widow and her trusty glock to back us up! (2) Comments
Even after meeting Tony Stark twice, getting gamma poisoning from drinking a soda, wrecking his truck towing an inmovable hammer, and almost meeting a super soldier 70 years ago, Stan Lee finds the idea of superheroes in New York ridiculous. (0) Comments
You promise your girlfriend you would come back for her. Then you get into a situation where it's impossible to get in contact with her. Then miraculously you can return to her realm, but you won't even attempt to meet her. In other words, Thor must have totally missed Jane --- out of his calculations. (3) Comments
It's not that I could not recall that scene; I just still thought that it was rather weird of Thor not even trying to contact her. (mostly after that highly sensitive goodbye of theirs in the movie Thor - otherwise it would have been fine)
If you're going to mind control a scientist, random SHIELD agent, and Hawkeye to do your bidding, don't bother mind controlling the director of SHIELD to help your evil plot. Give him a bullet and assume he's not wearing armor. (0) Comments
It took a banishment for Thor to learn how to tolerate and work with Midgardians, learn how to stay calm in most situations and appreciate simple things, but as soon as he is allowed to return to Asgard he becomes just as stubborn and aggressive as he was before his banishment. (1) Comments
Even though your brother has the ability to spontaneously vanish and make himself a mirage in various places at one time, taking a go at him by attempting to tackle him in utter anger is still worth a try. (1) Comments
Well, when someone with the attitude of a self-centered mind, arrogance and narcism is outfitted with a limitless energy source he didn't like to share you would call him a super-villain...but sometimes it is just Tony Stark.
Yeah, what a pity. The famous shield was made out of Adamantium (kind of) in the original comics but he got later the Vibranium version from Tony Stark after he quit Goverment service and became a freelancer. He had to give up his costume and shield and another Captain America was born. But enough of this geekiness.
Instead of actually interrogating an evil villain (or at least being cautious around him), have an emotional tell-all with him about your past. I'm sure he'll be extremely kind, caring, and understanding about such sensitive matters. (Not...) (1) Comments
A lot of people died as you can see in the deleted scenes on youtube and the BlueRay but to make more cash they left it out for the magic PG-13 rating. Imagine they had done that to "Saving Private Ryan" for the same reason.
The Fantastic Four were busy fighting Dr. Doom on the other side of the globe, otherwise they would have jumped in. Seeing Chris Evans in two different roles in the same movie would be funny, but not as funny as Hulk having some clobbering time with the Thing. (0) Comments