When Marvel’s Avengers assemble, they have a kick-ass team to support them: S.H.I.E.L.D.. But this organisation was in existence long before the superheroes teamed up – the billions of dollars involved in creating its global infrastructure had been pouring in from government (and evil Hydra) sources for decades.
But when a guy gets struck by lightening in his lab and becomes super-fast? Suddenly he has a team to help him who have equipment beyond the realms of a simple R&D company. Look at the array of monitors, displays, keyboards, panels, toggles and widgets they have in their shiny office.
I mean, look at them!
KLAXON KLAXON KLAXON goes the alarm in the collective geeks heads … OMFG THAT TRAILER! … AT-ATs and Gonk Droids and TIEs – oh my! … Curse my metal body, will it be any good?
Phht. Whatever. When it comes down to it, we’re entering a new phase of expanded universe.
Let’s not fool ourselves. If it was an impossible mission, it’d be a pretty short film.
If you didn’t see it on the big screen, and you don’t have a home cinema, then install a home cinema OR convince your local cinema to put it back on. This is a BIG SCREEN MOVIE.
A long time ago in a comic book store not so far away …
To sell TWICE as many copies of “special edition” comics, the publishers would put out a variant cover.
Disney loves “teenager coming-of-age/I-don’t-need-a-buddy-oh-hold-on-yes-I-do” movies,and it’s a bonus when they do them well.
Is Paddington the most gorgeous, adorable, wonderful kids movie in decades?
Shut-up. It’s rhetorical. Of course it is.