Post by Captain Americat on Jan 28, 2020 9:20:55 GMT -5
Vision; poor Kylo D: He's such a popular character & one of the main characters. If they're thinking from a business standpoint, they'd make so much more money if they made more Kylo b/c people want that.
Heimdall; unfortunately, the Spiderman character is still owed by Sony, so while Disney has an agreement for him in the MCU, they don't have the rights to bring the movies to Disney Plus ): That's great that your sister is into Marvel, though! Spiderman is <333
Post by Captain Americat on Jan 29, 2020 16:28:43 GMT -5
Happy birthday, Vision! (: I approve XD
I watched Endgame on my birthday (except I haven't finished yet b/c it's quite a long movie XD)! And I had a taco themed marvel 'party' (when I say party, it means just my sister and I XDDD) b/c of the beautiful taco scene <33 We got a mini taco piñata and ate tacos on Cap & Iron Man paper plates XD
Post by Captain Americat on Feb 4, 2020 10:28:48 GMT -5
Vision; wow! && that's pretty awesome! I wish I could say that my childhood was filled with Marvel, but I only really truly discovered marvel (as a whole and really understood it) when Captain America: Winter Soldier came out. It's been about six years since I came upon the marvel universe now, which is still pretty cool<3 I would say I grew up more with Spider-Man. Before I really knew what marvel was, I watched Spider-Man all the time b/c it was always on tv, and then he was in the Sunday Funnies. But I never knew what marvel was or the connection XDD I just kind of thought of him as a super hero XD
Post by Maplestone360 on Feb 4, 2020 13:04:32 GMT -5
I grew up with Marvel because my family were all Marvel fans and watched the movies at home, when I was around, so I ended up seeing them too. Thor and Captain America are the earliest movies I remember seeing, because for some reason, all I remembered was the weirdly colored bad guys. I wasn't really a fan fan until around the same time as you, because by then I was old enough to understand and appreciate what was going on and started seeing them in the theater with my family. I definitely grew up with Spider-Man, too, because he was their favorite superhero even though he wasn't MCU at the time.
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