ororomunroe:

Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #4 Inversion Variant by Clay Mann

Oh, my…

ororomunroe:

Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #4 Inversion Variant by Clay Mann

Oh, my…

(Source: comicsalliance.com, via clay-mann)

Hail my foot!

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mcgannic:

charliebartowskis:

Did you like that [Peggy Carter] was a strong capable woman instead of “please help Captain America!”? Yeah, f*ck that (laughs). And why not, she was in a position where if she was like that, she wouldn’t be of that position. And when she says “I know what it’s like to have a few doors slammed in my face,” I think because she’s this attractive woman who’s beautifully made up, she had to fight a little bit harder to get where she is to prove that she’s capable. And I think that’s great because there’s a kindred spirit between here and Steve, there’s an equality about them and I love that. I think of women in the forties like Bette Davis or Katherine Hepburn, or my grandmother and I think “wow, they knew their power as women, so beautifully.” And Peggy in the script had that too, and I love that about her.

Peggy Carter is so underrated.

Can’t wait for the TV Show!

Elektra #05 (2014) - preview

Story by: W. Haden Blackman
Art by: Mike Del Mundo
RELEASE DATE: August 20th, 2014


This IS pretty scary actually. What will be the effect of Emma’s education in Jean?

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fyeahlilbit3point0:


Oh my god.


Storm’s confession made me laugh!

fyeahlilbit3point0:

Oh my god.

Storm’s confession made me laugh!

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Are Marvel Studios characters’ debuts reflecting the comics?

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I was reading about Marvel’s inexistent solo female movies so far - some theory that Disney wanted to buy Marvel to focus in the male audience, in balance to their princess/female-led products. So I started wondering about the heroes debuts on the comics and how that affects the MCU. Here’s the list of Marvel’s characters’ debuts in comics, till the late 60’s (I removed the ones that Marvel doesn’t own, like X-Men, Spider-Man and FF):

Captain America (1941)*

1960’s
Groot (1960)*
Henry Pym (a.k.a Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath, Yellowjacket) (1962)**
The Hulk (1962)*
Thor (1962)*
Iron Man (1963)*
Nick Fury (1963)*
Wasp (1963)**
Doctor Strange (1963)**
The Avengers (1963)*
Quicksilver (1964)**
Scarlet Witch (1964)**
Black Widow (1964)*
Daredevil (1964)**
Hawkeye (1964)*
Wonder Man (1964)
Hercules (1965)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (1965)*
Inhumans (1965)
Black Panther (1966)
Ronan (1967)
Black Knight (1967)
Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) (1967)
Carol Danvers (a.k.a. Ms. Marvel, Binary, Warbird) (1968)
Vision (1968)**
Guardians of the Galaxy (1969)*
Falcon (1969)*

* characters that already exist in MCU (solo movies or appearings)
** characters about to appear in upcoming franchises

I know that Wasp may not be in Ant-Man but let’s entertain the possibility that Marvel is trying to follow a timeline that resembles to the comics. I think every character that appeared in the movies by now is in that list (with a few deviations here and there). Do you guys think this is a solid possibility that we can foresee what’s coming in the MCU?

lityousei:

Hail Hydra

Hahaahahaha

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