Hopefully with all the Micronauts they can legally obtain (yes, there are some). And also the Hulk's GF.
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Just think of it as inner space instead of outer spaceSeems fine, but the Quantum Realm is the dumbest thing in the MCU so I don't know if I'll be able to stomach it.
Or as a swerve they go in a different direction and don’t use the Micronauts but do use the Space KnoghtsHopefully with all the Micronauts they can legally obtain (yes, there are some). And also the Hulk's GF.
It's weird to me that he's going to be Mr Marvel, when he's already been Doctor Manhattan - Which, btw, he was incredible as.good casting
his performance as fake morpheus in matrix resurrections augurs well for a future where anyone outside of 70s/80s Avengers readers care about Wonder Man
Readers such as George R.R. Martin.a future where anyone outside of 70s/80s Avengers readers care about Wonder Man
there are a few stories where he kind of sucks at being a hero. I don't think they'll do that
I like any superhero whose thing is This Guy Kinda Sucks
This seems like such an absurd concept when you say it like that. But it's honestly pretty true to the character when you think about it. Gorr is who he is because he was such a devout believer in the first place. He desperately wanted to believe in his god, but his god was a bad person and didn't deserve his or anyone's devotion. He is not an inherently violent person. Freed from the influence of the Necrosword, he could realize that there was folly in his quest when he encounters a god like Thor who is capable of actually loving mortals and seeing them as equals and not peons. It's not that he doesn't really want to butcher the gods. But he doesn't want to butcher Thor specifically. And also probably all the little Asgardian godlings with whom he can probably trust will grow up ok with Thor to guide them.finding the right thing to say to Gorr to make him realize that he doesn't really want to butcher the gods.
As much as I love Martin and Julia, could have done without that whole subplot