natasha being worth of mjolnir in ‘age of ultron: what if? #3’
This is so spot on. I thought they were sketches at first. Brava!
There are some exceptional cosplayers down in Australia. Gotta make it down there, someday.
and yeah, Australian cosplayers are amazing. They really help me push my cosplay photography to the next level and everyone I met was lovely
Prepare for trouble, and make it double! ◝(๑꒪່౪̮꒪່๑)◜
Team Green Rocket getting together to do the same thing they do every night… try to take over the world… unsuccessfully…
Farrah (digivice) as Agent of Asgard!Loki and myself as Amora ๑•́ധ•̀๑
Photo by Chun Chau Photography!
As far as I’m concerned these are the real titles of certain films in the Marvel Franchise.
Black Widow: The Quest To Deal With Tony Stark’s Shit
Black Widow 2: Fuck Now I Have To Save Like Five of These Morons
and her upcoming film
Black Widow 3: Steve What The Fuck Is Your Friend Doing
"Hi Marvel this is not a threat we like you we just wanted you to know that we will be sending THOUSANDS OF LIVE SPIDERS TO YOUR HOME AND PLACE OF BUSINESS xoxo Black Widow fandom"
…I think it has potential!
Hell. Fucking. Yes.
Stage 1: Those who leave as soon as the movie ends
Stage 2: Those who know to stay until the credits for the extra scene
Stage 3: Those who stay until the end of the credits for the second extra scene
Stage 4: Those who wait until satff kicks them out because they don’t trust Marvel and want to be sure there is no third extra scene.
I am stage four…I have Terminal Marvel Fan syndrome.
I think this was when we went to see the Avengers but, as we were getting our tickets, the cashier said: “Make sure you stay through the end of the credits.”
My wife: (incredulously) There are people who leave during the credits?!
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Agent Carter brings something new and exciting to the genre. Not only is it about an awesome woman overcoming anything in her way, it proves that superhero stories can be used to deal with the tough stuff of our history.
You might be wondering why superhero comic books and films should bother with these stories. Why should they be expected to tackle these issues head on or deal with these moments in history?
Easy: because it’s important.
How many times has someone argued that mid-century America really wasn’t “so bad” for women and people of color? For men and women who felt obligated to adhere to certain gender roles? For anyone who naturally fell outside of society’s approved “lines”? How often do we hear someone wistfully yearn for a bygone era they don’t even properly understand?
Films like Agent Carter confront these narratives. Furthermore, by placing these issues within a fantasy context, we give ourselves new ways of looking at them and may even reveal important truths about ourselves.
Doctor Who in Marvel. Marvel Premiere #57 (1981) cover by Walt Simonson, pin-ups by Dave Cockrum and article by Mary Jo Duffy.
Omigod! I had this when I was a kid! I’m sure what happened to it. I read it so much it was falling apart.
Learn how Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World Ultimate Mentor Adventure aims to empower girls 14 years and up, in grades 9 - 12 nationwide, to embark on a journey to discover their potential and future in the world of STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics!
Marvel Studios, UL (Underwriters Laboratories), Dolby Laboratories, National Academy of Science, Girl Scouts USA along with the famous El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, are proud to team up to sponsor a nationwide Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World Ultimate Mentor Adventure in conjunction with the November 8 release of the film starring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman!
AWESOME. — Gavia.