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MotherGooseUPus - 9/22/2023, 12:19 PM
None of these ideas seem that enticing to me tbh. I'm actual kind of over this multiverse crapfest and looking forward to Xmen, F4 and more Avengers stuff NOT related to Kang and multiverse shenanigasns

batmanink - 9/22/2023, 12:45 PM
@MotherGooseUPus - I’m not dismissing you being over it, but I’m still under it simply because they’ve yet to really do anything super fun with it. NWH just used it as a shortcut to the finister five. Dr strange massively over-promised (or at least we thought it did) then massively under-delivered. Quantumania used it to good effect with the “infinite Scott-sibilities” scequence, but that could have been Quantum Realm weirdness just as easily as it was “multiverse” specific weirdness. “What if” was a waste of time except for the dr strange episode which oddly didn’t play in to multiverse of madness much if at all.

They can’t treat the multiverse the same way they did infinity stones. It’s fine to retcon things and say “oh yeah, that was an infinity stone” or just have an infinity stone laying around for someone to find because they are just inanimate object macguffins and there’s 6 very different ones. It doesn’t really take away from them to not have a set of rules for how that saga plays out. The multiverse is a massive thing and a very broad concept. It’s not fun to have a regular old hero/villain adventure and then at the end or later down the line say “oh yeah… that stuff was multiverse stuff”. That’s a waste of the concept. And it’s not fun to simply imply it in post credits stingers the way the did with thanos and the stones. Again, that’s a waste of the concept. And it’s not fun if we don’t know the rules of the multiverse, or if the concept isn’t executed in similar fashion across the board.

AllsGood - 9/22/2023, 12:22 PM
OFF TOPIC but Bored :)

How Strong is the Hulk?


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The entry is only the more astonishing since the Hulk performed this feat while Banner was in his Gray Hulk persona. This is especially relevant because the Gray Hulk was notorious for being substantially weaker than his green version. Without delay, let’s get to it.

The Hulk strapped on a jetpack and punched an asteroid so hard that it broke into a million little pieces. Additionally, this wasn’t just any old asteroid we’re talking about.

This giant rock of doom got knocked onto a collision course thanks to a couple of aliens playing nearby. With no one else up to the task, the Hulk put on a pair of "experimental anti-magnetic, jet-propelled, fortified rocket springs", flew into space, and did his thing. Like previously stated, the Hulk was in his weakest form when he accomplished this feat, but if that wasn’t enough, he wasn’t even angry when he did it!

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AllsGood - 9/23/2023, 6:55 AM
@AllsGood - WOW :)
Origame - 9/22/2023, 12:26 PM
Of course you can't make an article without bashing the flash again 🙄

Guess some credit. You aren't reminding us the flash flopped.
JFerguson - 9/22/2023, 12:29 PM
haha this article is so funny. so clever. love that flash bash at the end.

said no one ever
ObserverIO - 9/22/2023, 12:35 PM
1986 Howard the Duck.

Blade Trilogy.

Tim Story Fantastic Four.

Fant4stic (The Maker).

Nic Cage Ghost Rider.

Nicholas Hammond Spider-Man.

And maybe some wacky animated realities like The Marvel Super Heroes show from the '60s or The Super Hero Squad Show.
bkmeijer1 - 9/22/2023, 5:56 PM
@ObserverIO - honestly, Miles Teller as The Maker would he pretty interesting.

Maybe throwing all the non-Marvel Studios movies together into one universe and making that the ultimate universe could work as well.
TyrantBossMedia - 9/22/2023, 12:38 PM
The universe I want to see is the MCU where the Hulk and Thor weren't reduced to lame comic relief.

And where they didn't bring in the D-List heroes to destroy it.
CorndogBurglar - 9/22/2023, 12:48 PM
Without introducing the X-Men yet, at best a Days of Future Past reality would simply need to be a quick flash of Sentinels fighting some random mutants. Maybe even the scene of a Sentinel flash-frying Wolverine, like the classic comic cover. Something similar to the quick glimpse we got of a Celestial in the first Guardians of the Galaxy.

Earth 838 could be interesting to explore further.

But thats about it from this list. We already saw what a world looks like if Thanos had won. Marvel Zombies is getting its own series already. Old Man Logan can be explored once X-Men are introduced.

And 616? Isn't that what the MCU is supposed to be? It's obviously very different than the comics, but they still named it 616 for some reason.

And this quote? "Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is a huge comic book fan, and he'd sure love to put a live-action spin on this reality."

If that was the case then why didn't he do this since day one? And why is he letting people destroy the MCU with their bad ideas and poor writing?

If he were a huge comic book fan I would have expected him to make these things more accurate.
ModHaterSLADE - 9/22/2023, 1:04 PM
Rather see live action 616 more than anything.
mountainman - 9/22/2023, 1:12 PM
616 would be cool. Seems likely that’s where Richard Grant’s Loki was from.
Patient2670 - 9/22/2023, 1:19 PM
First of all, Enough with the multiverses. It's proven difficult enough to just maintain any of the individual universes. And second, was this article really just an excuse to get in another dig on the DCEU? I'm not by any means defending the DCEU, but let it go.
marvel72 - 9/22/2023, 1:56 PM
Earth 616 a comic book accurate universe from the 60s-2000 because Marvel Comics pretty much sucks nowadays apart from the odd title.
bkmeijer1 - 9/22/2023, 5:54 PM
Think a What If Doctor Strange didn't give up the Time Stone would be more interesting than one where Thanos won in my opinion. And if they're doing one where a villan won, make it about Zemo succeeding in Civil War.

As for other realities, a 1602 one or one where they chiseled Captain Anerica out of the ice earlier (maybe already in 1945) could be fun too.

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