I've been doing nothing but annoying every other user here by spamming this wiki with comments about Thanos beating the Avengers, Ronan being The Other, Ronan killing The Other, or Thanos killing Nebula. This was not my intention, I just have a different set of interests than everyone else and forget this isn't that one wiki where everyone is willing to listen to each other's opinions even if they disagree.
So, I'd better get out of here before Doomlurker forces me to leave, as I heard he's close to banning me. I haven't made many enemies on X-Men Movies Wiki and Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki so I can go there if I absolutely need to make comments or ask questions.
If you've noticed, I removed most of my comments about Thanos, Ronan, The Ot…Read more >
Warning: Contains spoilers
So I just saw Days of Future Past at the theater. The Riptide question is effectively answered, although he wasn't mentioned we can assume he was experimented on and killed by Trask just like Emma and Banshee. Also Trask was arrested for selling military secrets, something all the summaries left out.
However there are a few things I'm not 100% clear on.
1.) Angel and Azazel's deaths
So Trask killed mutants while experimenting on them for his Sentinel project, and kept autopsy files on them. Of the five First Class mutants to be killed before the events of the film (counting Riptide), the only two who we saw in the autopsy files were Azazel and Angel, the two who were said to be killed by Project Wideawake in a firefi…
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Warning: Contains spoilers, if this plot summary is true
Of course I haven't seen it yet but I couldn't resist checking the summaries for it on wikipedia and Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki. Either this film was released early some places, or someone decided it would be funny to vandalize with a false summary.
Well, from what I read there's not really much to cover here so I'll just address some key points, if this is true:
EDIT: Seen it now.
1.) Thor's survival. Well, I guess his confirmation for Avengers: Age of Ultron serves as indication. It's good we didn't lose an Avenger, but Age of Ultron will be done by Joss Whedon, and he's less merciful to heroes, but I think he'll go after Nick Fury first, being Samuel L. Jackson and all.
EDIT: Joss …
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I'm actually thankful of what I'm about to say because it saves me 6 years of waiting for Thanos's defeat scene, which there won't be one (The last thing I want is a repeat of Voldemort, although he did get defeated in quite a satisfying way). It's a dead giveaway to the ending that Joss Whedon is doing it. Not that I don't like Joss Whedon series, they're still fun all the way through, and it'll be kinda fun trying to guess which heroes are gonna die. Nick Fury will without a doubt, he's Samuel L. Jackson so I imagine he has tons of fans, which makes him a big target for Mr. Whedon. After all, guns don't kill people.
Now, the pattern to Joss Whedon that makes him predictable when it comes to final, final endings is that he always leaves th…Read more >
OK, so here are some mysteries I'm dying to know about three characters (whose names ironically begin with the same two letters). I'm actually counting down to Guardians of the Galaxy (294 days left when I wrote this) and I'm going to see it and Thor: The Dark World on the midnight show if they have one, and being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe I imagine they will, they're the next big thing after Harry Potter.
Main character of Thor and Thor: The Dark World, and one of the Avengers. Unlike the other five, however, he has not, as far as I know, been listed in the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Summaries have also said he'll have to "sacrifice himself" or something.
So, does that mean Thor is going to die in Thor: The Dark World? Eve…
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