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I didn't realize how big the other thread was and the Fantastic Four trailer is enough of a reason to start the new thread. Again - this if for the stuff like the X-Men and Spiderman and Fantastic Four and the other stuff I am sure I am forgetting. Commence bitching again
With Batman and Marvel Studios getting their own threads, I figured we could use on to collect talk about Marvel films owned by other studios so Spider-Man (Sony), X-Men, Wolverine and Fantastic Four (Fox). The Spectacular Spider-Man is the best adaptation of the original material and I hope that quality makes it's way to the big screen sooner rather than later. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 comes out next year. X2 is the best X-Men film and one of the best comic book films ever made. I really like X-Men: First Class and X-Men. I hope X-Men: Days of Future Past released next year isn't a clusterfuck as it looks busy wiith characters from the original trilogy and from First Class meeting one another. The Wolverine is out this month. This is the sixth time Jackman's playing Wolverine. I'm not tired of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine and I've always liked the character. However out of the trailers released for Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, Thor: The Dark World and The Wolverine, I'm least excited for The Wolverine. If I remember rightly, the Fantastic Four reboot is out in 2015. EDIT: Forgot about other non Marvel Studios films so Blade and Daredevil (2003) count. EDIT: Venom and The Sinister Six films announced.
Hi there. The Marvel thread seems to be about monthly comics, but I had a question about a character and I was curious to see if any of you had an idea about it. So every classic Marvel hero has some sort of flaw: Spider-Man has his self-doubt. The Thing can't revert to human form and Iron Man has to wear the suit to stay alive. For the longest time I thought that the X-Men's flaw was that they were born with powers, "defending the world that fears them" yadda yadda. But then I considered Cyclops. Cyclops also has the whole "brain damage won't let him control his optic blasts" thing also. So he has two flaws, whereas the rest of the original X-Men don't really have that. Is this because he was considered the "lead" in the book or what?