Marvel Hero – Sorry Everybody My Ass http://sorryeverybodymyass.com/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 01:06:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3.png Marvel Hero – Sorry Everybody My Ass http://sorryeverybodymyass.com/ 32 32 Why Ms. Marvel’s Bruno Could Be The MCU’s Next Big Sidekick https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/why-ms-marvels-bruno-could-be-the-mcus-next-big-sidekick/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 01:06:00 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/why-ms-marvels-bruno-could-be-the-mcus-next-big-sidekick/ The MCU has given fans and audiences some of their favorite and most memorable superhero characters over the past decade and a half. Ask any longtime fan of superhero movies or TV shows, and they’re bound to mention Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk – the list goes on. But no matter how many beloved […]]]>

The MCU has given fans and audiences some of their favorite and most memorable superhero characters over the past decade and a half. Ask any longtime fan of superhero movies or TV shows, and they’re bound to mention Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk – the list goes on. But no matter how many beloved heroes the MCU brings to life, fans should never forget that behind every great hero is usually a best friend, a loved one, or someone in between. These characters help ground said hero and prevent them from flying too close to the Sun – i.e. the sidekicks.

While the heroes are praised by the public, the sidekicks can often be overlooked and left out as they never get the influence or extravagant praise they so often deserve. But regardless of their lack of fame, the MCU sidekicks always stand by their counterparts and do whatever they can to help them be the best heroes they can be.

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One of these new characters is Bruno (Matt Lintz) from the recent Ms. Marvel series on Disney+, and here are all the reasons the freckle-faced teenager is going to be the MCU’s next big sidekick.

Bruno is a technological genius

Right off the bat, Bruno has one of the best advantages of any prominent sidekick in the MCU, as he could probably become a superhero if he wanted to. As we know, some heroes in the MCU actually don’t have any “powers” and use their wits to create weapons/suits that help them battle enhanced individuals. Iron Man is probably the best known, but other characters like Shuri and Rocket can’t be overlooked. Bruno seems like he could easily fit in alongside these super smart people, as it was announced on the show that he had already been accepted to CalTech.


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Now, we’re not saying that MCU sidekicks who aren’t smart aren’t as good as Bruno. We’re just saying that having super intelligence certainly can’t hurt one’s chances of becoming a sidekick (or even a hero in their own right). Not only does that make him a valuable asset to Kamala (Iman Vellani) as he could probably invent some cool gadgets or weapons to help protect her in her future super endeavors, but in Episode 2 he proved that he was smart enough to figure out where Kamala’s cosmic powers actually came from using his own inventions. Pretty handy if you ask us.

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Too often in superhero movies, the trope of an unwilling sidekick pops up – the classic “over his head” character who complains all the time about not signing up for superhero antics and to be immersed in the shenanigans anyway. Not Bruno. On the contrary, Bruno was even more excited than Kamala when she got powers. It’s no secret that Kamala was obsessed with superheroes (mainly Carol Danvers), but it was a great addition that her best friend was as obsessed as she was. Not only does this make Bruno more likeable, relatable, and a better asset to Kamala, but it moves away from the teen comedy trope of having to keep secrets from your friends.


In fact, in Episode 3 of Ms. Marvel, Kamala’s other best friend, Nakia (Yasmeen Fletcher), discovers Kamala’s powers and true identity and immediately launches into that predictable stereotype of betrayal and disbelief. It was a bit heavy handed, especially since Nakia was complaining about Ms. Marvel to Kamala in an earlier scene without knowing it was the same person. So having Bruno be a superhero nerd as big as Kamala, which allows them to bond and bond even more, only makes Bruno even more suitable as a sidekick.

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One of the best things about Bruno and Kamala’s relationship is how they mimic pretty much everything Peter Parker and MJ do…their roles are just reversed. In the Spider Man movies, Peter is always the super smart and creates all these amazing inventions, while MJ is the thrifty and fast sidekick who helps Peter on all his superhero adventures. Kamala and Bruno are literally the exact same relationship. Their roles are simply reversed.


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In Ms. Marvel, Kamala is the one who becomes the superhero and must use her thrifty and quick personality to help save the day. Bruno is still super smart and has to use his wits and amazing inventions to help Kamala save the day rather than doing it himself. Now, okay, the series isn’t over, and Bruno could potentially earn his own place as a hero if he crafts enough cool inventions/weapons to defend himself against cosmic beings. But right now, having Bruno as Kamala’s boy wonder definitely seems like the best fit for the character and for the franchise.

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John Krasinski’s Doctor Strange 2 Hero Looks Fantastic in HD Photos https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/john-krasinskis-doctor-strange-2-hero-looks-fantastic-in-hd-photos/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 04:22:01 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/john-krasinskis-doctor-strange-2-hero-looks-fantastic-in-hd-photos/ Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness gave fans a taste of what existed in other universes outside of Earth-616 (or Earth-19999 for those on Iman Vellani’s side). This included Marvel Studios’ first version of Illuminati, which even featured one of the first big old Fox Studios characters in John Krasinski’s Reed Richards. […]]]>

Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness gave fans a taste of what existed in other universes outside of Earth-616 (or Earth-19999 for those on Iman Vellani’s side). This included Marvel Studios’ first version of Illuminati, which even featured one of the first big old Fox Studios characters in John Krasinski’s Reed Richards.

Krasinski has had conversations with fans regarding his potential chances of playing Mr. Fantastic in the MCU for the better part of the past two years, particularly after Disney acquired the rights to the Fantastic Four. That chatter only increased when news broke that Krasinski had secretly met with Marvel Studios, though no details of that reunion were made public, with fans excited to see this fan-casting come to life.

Even among a star-studded cast of Illuminati members like Hayley Atwell’s Captain Carter and Patrick Stewart’s Professor X, Krasinski made some serious waves in his first run as leader of the Fantastic Four.

Now that the Multiversal sequel has been in theaters for a few weeks, fans have their best look at the MCU’s first take on the stretchy hero.

John Krasinski Shines in Doctor Strange 2 Photos

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Thanks to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘ on Disney+, while the film is available to buy digitally, new HD photos now offer the best look at John Krasinski’s Reed Richards.

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Krasinski brought his first version of Mr. Fantastic to the MCU, sitting on the dais with the rest of the Illuminati as they judged history’s first Doctor Strange.

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When the Earth-838 version of Wanda Maximoff broke into Illuminati headquarters, Reed Richards sprang into action alongside Black Bolt, Captain Marvel, and Captain Carter to stop the Scarlet Witch.

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Unfortunately, Krasinski’s hero was the second to fall to Wanda’s power after Black Bolt, with Wanda literally tearing Reed’s body to pieces as he stretched in an attempt to contain her.

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Mr. Fantastic Makes His MCU Debut In HD

Seeing Mr. Fantastic alongside Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, even in their alternate versions, was a dream come true for longtime Marvel fans. Now, these high-definition photos give viewers a glimpse of his flawless design, with John Krasinski wearing a classic version of Reed Richards’ costume as he appeared in his first Marvel Studios production.

Of all the characters who were said to appear in Doctor Strange 2, Krasinski’s take on Reed Richards has largely slipped under the radar, especially after promotional material showed Captain Carter and Professor X in trailers. Regardless of the journey, however, the MCU’s first use of the Fantastic Four became a resounding success, as Krasinski finally took on the role he’d wanted to play for so long.

Now the wait begins for more Marvel Studios full news The Fantastic Four film, which is in the early stages of pre-production ahead of its undisclosed release schedule. While the rest of the cast won’t be cast for the foreseeable future, fans are sure to be hoping that Krasinski can also incorporate his expertise as Reed Richards into the upcoming solo film.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now streaming on Disney+.

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Snape stole Thor’s power https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/snape-stole-thors-power/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 14:06:18 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/snape-stole-thors-power/ One of the potentially most dangerous members of the X-Men is Rogue, whose power-stealing abilities can grant her the gifts of anyone she touches. This has notably included Carol Dangers, Rogue permanently stripping her of her wondrous powers and even many of her memories. She wasn’t the only one this was happening to her, though, […]]]>

One of the potentially most dangerous members of the X-Men is Rogue, whose power-stealing abilities can grant her the gifts of anyone she touches. This has notably included Carol Dangers, Rogue permanently stripping her of her wondrous powers and even many of her memories. She wasn’t the only one this was happening to her, though, the thunder god suffering even more at Snape’s hands!

In What if…? #66 (by Simon Furman and John Royle), Rogue took the life and powers of the Mighty Thor. This granted her abilities that she logically shouldn’t have had. Although she ultimately proved her heroism, it wasn’t until she completely decimated the Avengers. Here’s how she proved herself worthy of Thor’s hammer, and how the future X-Man grew to massive body count.

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Snape once stole Thor’s powers and hammer

What if…? #66 remixed the events of annual avengers #ten. In this story, Rogue infamously stole the powers of Ms. Marvel, aka Carol Danvers. Here, she began by not only doing the same, but also absorbing Thor’s powers. Completely humiliating the so-called God of Thunder, Snape proved himself to be nothing but a mild sprinkling by leaving him helpless. None of the other Avengers stood a chance against her as she quickly took them down. Odin tried to send the valiant Warriors Three to take down his son’s usurper, but to no avail.


Rogue’s nearly uncontrollable newfound powers, along with the death of her foster family, the Brotherhood of Mutants, left her emotionally distraught. This left her open to manipulation by Loki, who wanted to take control of Asgard. Considering Thor’s true death, Asgard itself had a fraction of its defenses, making it the perfect time for a takeover. Nonetheless, Snape was uneasy, especially after speaking with Thor Odinson on the astral plane. Thor convinced her to reprise her old role, and she allied herself with Earth’s heroes. By defeating Loki, she fully embraced the role of the Goddess of Thunder.


It should be noted that after beginning to absorb Thor’s powers, Snape effortlessly picked up his hammer Mjolnir. Even the bewildered Wonder Man noted how amazing it was, because logically she shouldn’t be able to do it. This could be because she literally absorbs the psyche and personality of Thor himself, which is basically what happened with Carol Danvers. Thus, her wielding of Mjolnir is not a plot, but merely proof that she has truly become the new God of Thunder. This was before Jane Foster officially became Thor, and perhaps Snape’s role was better handled.


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Even When He Was Bad, Snape Was Ultimately A Good Person

This number of What if…? is both quite different and yet very similar to how Rogue became a hero in the mainstream Marvel Universe. There, she didn’t absorb Thor’s powers, though she did get into fistfights with the Avengers after doing so with Carol Danvers. In the 616 universe, she would begin to change her mind about her villainous path when she meets Rom the Space Knight, feeling a sense of kinship with her loneliness. She would quickly begin to lose control of the various voices stuck in her head after absorbing others, namely that of Carol Danvers. Snape would turn to Charles Xavier of the X-Men for help, and his solution was to get the wayward young girl to join his school and the X-Men team.


In this issue, his evolution towards heroism is much more truncated, but still seems organic. Snape comes to understand the true nature of being the Thunder God, quickly rejecting his evil ways and defeating Loki. One could argue that having absorbed Thor’s apparent personality, she began to take on her more heroic traits, explaining her rapid rise to becoming a good guy. Yet, it could ultimately have been her own innate goodness under her Mystic teachings. This would mean that it was actually Snape’s personal character, not Thor’s, that made her worthy of wielding Mjolnir.

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Nayanthara’s ‘Morbious’ Anti-Hero ’02’ Among Movies Streaming On OTT Now | Entertainment News https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/nayantharas-morbious-anti-hero-02-among-movies-streaming-on-ott-now-entertainment-news/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 06:19:57 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/nayantharas-morbious-anti-hero-02-among-movies-streaming-on-ott-now-entertainment-news/ There are a bunch of movies streaming on OTT now and we’ve got your back in case you missed a few. Take a look at some of the movies we’ve listed for you to watch this weekend. ‘O2’ (Tamil movie) Directed by GS Viknesh, this Nayanthara thriller is all about survival. A mother and her […]]]>

There are a bunch of movies streaming on OTT now and we’ve got your back in case you missed a few. Take a look at some of the movies we’ve listed for you to watch this weekend.

‘O2’ (Tamil movie)

Directed by GS Viknesh, this Nayanthara thriller is all about survival. A mother and her son on full-time oxygen are on their way to a hospital in Cochin. They travel on a bus with a group of passengers, including a corrupt cop and a man whose daughter plans to run away. The bus soon becomes a death trap when soon a landslide is buried. How are passengers handling the situation? Will the sick boy survive or will everyone climb up to puff their medical oxygen equipment to survive?

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‘Avatara Purusha’ (Kannada movie)

This comedy fantasy thriller from Kannada follows the story of a scholar whose only son goes missing. However, he blames his sister for the situation and cuts all ties with her. Years later, the sister’s daughter decides to mend the broken relationship by hiring a junior entertainer to pretend to be the lost son. However, she is unaware that other problems await the family. The film, starring Sharan, Ashika Ranganath, Sai kumar and Sudarani, is a riot of laughter.

Streaming on Amazon Prime

‘Morbious’ (English)

Starring Jared Leto, Matt Smith and Adria Arjona, this action-horror film revolves around a biochemist dangerously afflicted with a rare blood disease. He’s determined to save others suffering the same fate, so he takes a desperate gamble. . What at first appears to be a radical success soon turns out to be a cure that is potentially worse than the disease.

Streaming on Amazon Prime

‘No Exit’

The film revolves around a central character, David, played by Ramesh Pisharody whose mind experiences a major central turmoil. He had invested Rs 1 crore in a business before the pandemic lockdown but then went into huge debt. He resorts to ending his life to escape his pain. Including Ramesh Pisharody, there are three other characters in the film which are played by Dharmajan Bolgatty, Basil Joseph and Raveena Nair.

Streaming on Saina Play

‘Innale Vare’

Jis Joy’s dark thriller is about a young actor with an inflated ego who struggles to take a break from his career. Things get worse when two people take him hostage and commit fraud using his identity. The screenplay is written by the duo Bobby-Sanjay.

Streaming on SonyLiv

‘Jo and Jo’

Jomol (Nikhila Vimal) and his younger brother Jomon (Mathew Thomas) have a Tom and Jerry-like equation and often have simmering bickering. Things take a funny turn when they start suspecting each other of something fishy and a police case adds to the colorful and messy picture.

Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

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10 Times Captain Marvel Was A Fool https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/10-times-captain-marvel-was-a-fool/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 03:16:00 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/10-times-captain-marvel-was-a-fool/ Carol Danvers, or better known as Captain Marvel, is a superheroine with a strong sense of justice. However, like many heroes in the Marvel Universe, there are times when Carol has made poor judgments. RELATED: 10 Most Powerful DC Villains Captain Marvel Can Beat There are times when Danvers’ decisions are downright wrong and there […]]]>

Carol Danvers, or better known as Captain Marvel, is a superheroine with a strong sense of justice. However, like many heroes in the Marvel Universe, there are times when Carol has made poor judgments.



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There are times when Danvers’ decisions are downright wrong and there are times when she tried to do the right thing, but it backfired. She’s been a fool, she’s been cruel, and she’s done things she regrets. However, sometimes being a superhero means making tough decisions, and sometimes even heroes make bad choices.

ten She stopped Arachne in front of her daughter

This is a classic example of a superhero making a tough decision in the line of duty. During the events of Civil war, many former allies found themselves on opposite sides, creating strained relations. Captain Marvel and Arachne initially sided with Tony Stark in favor of the Superhuman Registry Act. However, it was later revealed that Arachne was opposed to the act and used her position on Stark’s team to help the opposing side evade capture. As a result, Carol made the difficult decision to arrest her friend. However, she made the arrest in front of Arachne’s young daughter, which was kind of a silly move.


9 She almost murdered Mystique

Carol is not a perfect hero. During the 80s, she was a heroine prone to losing her temper and reacting angrily, especially towards Mystique. At the time, Carol was still operating as Ms. Marvel while working regularly with the X-Men.

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It was during this time that Carol lost her powers and memories to Snape. When the X-Men caught up with Rogue and Mystique, the X-Men went after Rogue while Carol focused on Mystique. Angered by Mystique’s role in Rogue stealing her powers, Carol fought Mystique and nearly killed her. While she finally decided to let Mystique live, she later berated herself for her mercy.


8 She went out with her therapist

Like many superheroes, Carol hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to relationships. As superheroes busy saving the world, dating is tricky. However, going out with your therapist is not the best solution to this problem. Carol’s powers stem from an accident with a Kree device, which left her with a split personality. So, to help her understand the gap between her usual self and her new self as a superpowered Ms. Marvel, she sought the professional help of Dr. Michael Barnett. Unfortunately, their relationship did not remain professional and the two began a romantic relationship. The fault lies primarily with Dr. Barnett for breaking the code of his profession, but Carol should have known better too.


seven She used Harry Osborn as bait

In the Ultimate Marvel Universe, Carol Danvers never received her powers and therefore never became either Ms. Marvel or Captain Marvel. However, she was still involved with superheroes. Instead of becoming a hero herself, she acted as an agent of SHIELD and became Director of SHIELD when Nick Fury was away. During this time, she made the terrible decision to goad the Green Goblin. Carol decided to use the Green Goblin’s son, Harry Osborn, to try to manipulate her evil father. However, this decision led to Harry’s death.

6 She attacked Rogue when the X-Men member was a villain

Readers often forget that Snape was originally introduced as a villain and a member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. One of the worst things Snape did during her time as a villain was steal Carol Danvers’ powers and memories.

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Some of these powers are still part of Snape’s power set today. However, when Rogue struggled to cope with the memories of Carol in her head, she turned to the X-Men for help. Despite her repentance and desperation to turn over a new leaf for good, it wasn’t enough for Carol, who attacked Snape on sight. While Carol’s anger was understandable, her attack was vengeful.


5 She tried to kill every version of Snape

When Carol Danvers was Warbird, she struggled with an addiction to alcohol, which she attributed to the loss of her powers. In the main Marvel Universe, she was able to sober up and stay that way, but on one version of Earth, Carol was never able to overcome her addiction to alcohol. Choosing to drink rather than continue being a superhero led to the destruction of the Earth Carol lived on. Rather than blaming herself, she decided to blame Snape for her problems. This lack of responsibility led her to travel to various realities with the intention of killing every version of Snape she could find. She also killed other versions of herself, unable to accept that they forgave Snape for what she had done to him.


4 She caused the death of War Machine

During Second Civil War, the Marvel Universe began using the precognitive abilities of an Inhuman, Ulysses Cain, to predict crime before it happened. With the information provided by Cain, the would-be villains were caught before they had a chance to commit their villainous deeds. Not all heroes were on board with this method, but Carol Danvers was, and she was happy to use this prescience to her advantage. One villain she decided to pursue was the Mad Titan, Thanos, who was one of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe. Under Captain Marvel’s direction, the attack was poorly executed, resulting in She-Hulk barely escaping with her life and War Machine being killed.


3 She allowed the puppeteer’s death to happen

Being a superhero is incredibly difficult, so it’s understandable that dealing with villains and their gruesome deeds can sometimes be too much to bear. Most heroes choose not to cross the line by killing bad guys, believing it’s not fair for them to do justice that way. However, when Puppet Master attempted a desperate and suicidal move, Carol decided to let it play out and let the villain kill himself. Although she could have saved his life, she decided not to. And if that wasn’t enough, she also lied to her teammates about what happened.


2 She started Civil War II by killing Bruce Banner

Carol Danvers’ actions kicked off the mass crossover event, Second Civil War. While she and Tony Stark disagreed on whether they should use precognition to punish criminals before they commit a crime, the two heroes initially remained civil as were trying to settle their disagreement peacefully.

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Unfortunately, Danvers made a decision that Stark couldn’t accept, which started the second war between the heroes. Ulysses the Inhuman had visions that Carol wanted to use, such as the Hulk killing the Avengers. Despite the time they had spent working together, Carol led a large group of heroes to confront Bruce Banner, which resulted in Hawkeye shooting him in the eye, killing him. Although Hawkeye fired, Carol’s machinations led to Bruce’s death and the Second Civil War.


1 She got drunk at work

Carol isn’t the only heroine who struggles with alcohol, but her drinking has gotten her and the Avengers in a lot of trouble. Carol went through dark times and real tragedy, which led her to rely excessively on alcohol to help her cope. Drinking to excess was obviously a bad way to deal with her problems, but Carol allowed her to drink to put herself, her teammates, and the people she was trying to save in danger by drinking on the job. The problem got so bad that the Avengers were forced to have Carol leave the team.

Next: 10 Most Powerful DC Villains Captain Marvel Can Beat

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The 10 Toughest Marvel Heroes (With The Softest Hearts) https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/the-10-toughest-marvel-heroes-with-the-softest-hearts/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 01:30:18 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/the-10-toughest-marvel-heroes-with-the-softest-hearts/ Marvel heroes are known to be very down-to-earth. Sometimes the toughest of them are some of the softest, even though they certainly don’t seem that way on the outside. Being a superhero isn’t easy, and the people who enter this profession are all good people in some way, hiding it all behind an armor of […]]]>

Marvel heroes are known to be very down-to-earth. Sometimes the toughest of them are some of the softest, even though they certainly don’t seem that way on the outside. Being a superhero isn’t easy, and the people who enter this profession are all good people in some way, hiding it all behind an armor of swagger. Some go further than others, their tough exteriors hiding soft hearts that motivate their acts of heroism.



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Not only do these heroes often have tough exteriors, but they are some of the most powerful heroes in the universe. Their softness is matched only by their toughness, which saves the day whenever the chips are down.

ten Colossus has a body of steel and a heart of gold

Colossus was recruited by the X-Men as a young man, his mutant ability to transform his body into a super-powered organic steel titan making him the strongest member of the team. He hit it with Blob and the Juggernaut, and he performed some impressive feats of strength. He’s a frightening presence on the battlefield, but that’s not who he is at all.

Colossus has always been among the nicest X-Men. He prefers farming and painting to fighting and is very fond of his friends and family. He is always there for the people around him. He would prefer a life without violence, and that’s what he fights for: to end violence against the people he loves.

9 The power of Silver Surfer is matched only by its purity

Norrin Radd sacrificed his life on Zenn-La in order to stop Galactus’ rampage and became the Power Cosmic-empowered Silver Surfer. He acted as herald of the World Devourer for a time before rebelling and joining the heroes of Earth. Since then, the Sentinel of the Spaceways has saved billions of lives, working hard to protect the powerless all over the universe.

The purity of Silver Surfer is its defining trait. He cares deeply for every living being; even when he was the herald of Galactus, he tried to find uninhabited planets to eat. He is a loving person and an unparalleled protector of the innocent.

8 Captain America will never stop fighting the good fight

Even before becoming a super-soldier, Steve Rogers had the heart of a hero. He was a man who believed in the ideals of the United States, his desire to fight the Nazis coming from a place of wanting to save everyone. Since becoming Captain America, Steve Rogers has more than proven just how sweet he is, with his only reason to fight being how much he cares about everyone.

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Watching Captain America with civilians shows that. He always takes his time to talk to children and teach them. He’s nice to everyone he meets who doesn’t try to kill him, and even then he’s willing to give anyone a chance to become better at life.

seven Spider-Man’s Sense of Responsibility Shows How Tender He Can Be

Spider-Man faces the most terrifying villains with a smile. He’s the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, a hero just as likely to swoop in and save a cat as he is to beat up bank robbers. Spider-Man fights evil out of a sense of responsibility given to him by his uncle Ben, whose death he caused. Spider-Man’s sense of responsibility and the way he carries himself through life show just how sweet he is.

Peter Parker cares deeply for his elderly aunt and is willing to sacrifice everything for her. His sense of responsibility pushes him to put his life on hold to protect those who cannot protect themselves. He is a generous person and a great friend to everyone.

6 Deadpool is a sweetheart for a brutal killer

Deadpool is known for his sense of humor and capacity for gruesome violence. He’s also desperate for friendship in a puppy-like way, trying to ingratiate himself with the people around him in order to find a connection. Deadpool may have no problem killing, but underneath it all, he’s just a lover of swords.

This is most evident when Deadpool is surrounded by someone like Wolverine or Spider-Man. He just wants to be accepted by the people he admires. He wants to be heroic. He deeply loves his daughter, showing how kind he is.

5 Jean Gray is the mother of the X-Men

Omega-class mutants are the most powerful on the planet. Even among this rarefied number, Jean Gray is feared. His telepathy is second only to Charles Xavier, and his telekinesis can shatter mountains. She can be extremely scary when she needs to be, but she’s also one of the nicest people you can meet. She survived terrible trauma but never lost her kindness.

Jean Gray is often the X-Men’s secret weapon, but she’s also the team’s mother when the mission is over. She completely loves her teammates and is an excellent teacher. She is a wonderful mother to her many alternate reality children and the heart and soul of the X-Men.

4 Captain Marvel’s tough exterior hides a big softy

Captain Marvel has taken a long journey through the superhero community, gaining more power and prestige. She’s as tough as can be and has defeated a who’s who of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe. On the outside, she’s one of the toughest heroines, but on the inside, she’s sweet like few others.

Captain Marvel has a love for her friends that informs her superhero work. She feels things much more deeply than she lets on, falling back on the military stoicism rooted in her to stay “strong”. However, her greatest strength has always been her tender heart.

3 Hercules has a loud love for life

The Olympians aren’t as well known as the Asgardians, but they’re still quite powerful. Hercules is the most prominent Olympian and is known for wearing his heart on his sleeve. Hercules is a loud person with a zeal for life and everything in it. He is a generous person who has no problem throwing away when he needs to protect those around him.

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Hercules loves everything in life. He is good-natured and would rather love than hate, but he will squash hate whenever it comes. Hercules doesn’t even try to hide his softer side, as he informs everything he does, both as a hero and as a person.

2 Thor is the nicest of the Vikings

Thor has faced the universe’s most dangerous villains. He is a born warrior, a Viking god as at home on the battlefield as anywhere else. Thor is an intimidating presence, a mountain of man with a huge hammer. This intimidation is revealed, however, when he is with the Avengers after the battle or when interacting with the people he saves.

Thor cares about the people of Midgard. The arrogant god of Asgard has grown into a hero who cares deeply about the people around him in a way that has surprised everyone who has known him in the past. Thor fights the good fight because he cares.

1 Wolverine is surprisingly sweet

Wolverine is the best at what he does, and sometimes he’s the sweet resident of the X-Men. Wolverine’s gruff exterior and swagger belie a man who just wants to make sure no one suffers like he did. He craves company, but he pushes people away because the people he loves are often killed. Once Wolverine lets people in, he’ll do anything to protect them.

Wolverine will do anything to protect those he loves. He is known for taking young mutants under his wing and teaching them how to defend themselves. Wolverine may be a cold-hearted killer, but he’s also a big softy under all the blood and adamantium.

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Black Widow Proves Avengers Unpowered Heroes Are Disrespected https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/black-widow-proves-avengers-unpowered-heroes-are-disrespected/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 13:41:00 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/black-widow-proves-avengers-unpowered-heroes-are-disrespected/ Even though Black Widow has proven herself to be a valued member of the Avengers, one mission proves she and other non-powered heroes are disrespected Even after Black Widow repeatedly proved to be an irreplaceable member of the avengersit seems the superheroes on the team still don’t appreciate the hardships she and other non-superpowered members […]]]>

Even though Black Widow has proven herself to be a valued member of the Avengers, one mission proves she and other non-powered heroes are disrespected

Even after Black Widow repeatedly proved to be an irreplaceable member of the avengersit seems the superheroes on the team still don’t appreciate the hardships she and other non-superpowered members have to endure – and a hilarious mission behind the scenes proves it.

Natasha Romanoff AKA Black Widow was part of the USSR-run and funded “Black Widow Ops” program, a program designed to turn young girls into elite assassins through brutal training. Black Widow quickly became the program’s top agent, and her skills were put to the test when she was sent to defeat the Avengers. However, instead of destroying them, Black Widow joined them, proving with each mission how essential she was to the team despite not actually having any superpowers.

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In Captain Marvel #7 by Kelly Thompson and Annapaola Martello, Black Widow works with Doctor Strange and Captain Marvel on a mission to take down Enchantress and her undead army in the epic crossover event The War of the Kingdoms. In the previous issue, Black Widow had a vision of how she and her fellow Avengers would stop Enchantress, and it hinged on the three of them being in a specific place at a specific time. So they drove through the Amazon rainforest to get there, stopping and camping along the way, as it was a significant distance from their current location. One night during their trip, Black Widow set off alone to gather firewood and something to eat while Captain Marvel and Doctor Strange sat around the campfire discussing a plan of attack. While the two superpowered heroes were talking, Black Widow was shown in the background battling a crocodile – even being pulled underwater for a moment during the fight – and Strange and Danvers didn’t even notice her deadly struggle.



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The almighty heroes were so busy discussing how to defeat the Enchantress and save Earth from Dark Elf invaders that they didn’t even consider the very real dangers of the Amazon for anyone more. sensitive to them. Captain Marvel and Doctor Strange wouldn’t consider something as insignificant as a crocodile as mortal danger since they are two of the most powerful heroes in the Marvel Universe, but for a normal human like Black Widow, a crocodile attack could very well have cost him his life.

Whereas Black Widow is a highly skilled assassin, she’s not invulnerable to very real threats from nature, which Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel and most other Avengers wouldn’t consider dangerous at all – proving that the Unpowered heroes on the avengers are disrespected because the challenges they have to endure seem like nothing to those with superpowers.


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Marvel’s Avengers celebrates Ms. Marvel with free nameplates and discounted awesome costumes https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/marvels-avengers-celebrates-ms-marvel-with-free-nameplates-and-discounted-awesome-costumes/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 21:16:30 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/marvels-avengers-celebrates-ms-marvel-with-free-nameplates-and-discounted-awesome-costumes/ Ms. Marvel is now a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to the debut of its Disney+ TV show, but it’s become popular outside of the comic books in part thanks to Marvel’s Avengers. Anyone who’s played Square Enix’s superhero adventure has seen Kamala Khan fight alongside his heroes for the first time, and […]]]>

Ms. Marvel is now a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to the debut of its Disney+ TV show, but it’s become popular outside of the comic books in part thanks to Marvel’s Avengers. Anyone who’s played Square Enix’s superhero adventure has seen Kamala Khan fight alongside his heroes for the first time, and the game is celebrating his jump to television with a few in-game events for the hero.

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First, anyone who connects to Marvel’s Avengers this summer will receive free nameplates based on Ms. Marvel. There’s a new nameplate to grab every week, and the first dropped on June 8. The event ends on July 21. “Free” is also much cheaper than the MCU MCU skin of Ms. Marvel that just arrived in the game.

Ms. Marvel fans will definitely want to tune in to the game this week, as there are also sales going on for all of Kamala’s costumes in the store. Players can save 75% on outfit variants and 50% on all other cosmetics, then test out those outfits with a quadruple XP boost for the current character. The quad XP bonus will last until June 16, the same day the sale ends.

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The sale and boost end on June 16, but users can still grab new nameplates every week throughout July. Marvel’s Avengers players will have many more opportunities to celebrate the MCU throughout the summer, as the Mighty Thor is on the horizon as a playable character. There will surely be many links for Thor: Love and Thunder accompany the new hero.

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The 10 Best Superhero Video Games Of The 2010s, According To Ranker https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/the-10-best-superhero-video-games-of-the-2010s-according-to-ranker/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/the-10-best-superhero-video-games-of-the-2010s-according-to-ranker/ Sony’s recent State of Play just announced a remaster of Marvel’s Spiderman, and the reaction has been incredibly positive. That a nearly five-year-old game is getting all the hype is proof that the superhero genre excites gamers. After all, most kids who used to play superheroes on the playground can now do so in video […]]]>

Sony’s recent State of Play just announced a remaster of Marvel’s Spiderman, and the reaction has been incredibly positive. That a nearly five-year-old game is getting all the hype is proof that the superhero genre excites gamers.

After all, most kids who used to play superheroes on the playground can now do so in video games. As more and more superheroes are coming to gaming franchises, the past decade has shown a lot of innovation in this genre of games. From superhero sandbox adventures to fast-paced fighting games, superheroes are an incredibly fun premise for video games. Ranker showed that the 2010s had some of the best superhero video games ever made.

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Batman: The Reveal Series – 72


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Batman: The Reveal Series (2016) is a point-and-click adventure game where your choices dictate how the story unfolds. This game is set in its unique continuity and puts a new spin on several iconic Batman characters.

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The game is also early in Batman’s career, so the player can fashion any dark knight they want. Will he be a righteous hero, giving criminals a second chance at life, or a ruthless vigilante, willing to do whatever it takes to save Gotham? This is the question that Batman: The Reveal Series poses to his players.

Saints Row IV (2013) – 75


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Saints Row IV, Developed by High Voltage Software, take a step away from the classic gang warfare the series was known for. Now, with the boss being the President of the United States, the scale has reached truly ridiculous levels. Now the Saints are the only thing standing against a conquering alien race.


Saints Row IV places the player in a Matrix-like simulation the aliens have placed them in. In this simulation, they are given a host of incredible superpowers. Super speed, super strength, flight, power over the elements, all the classic standbys are there.

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (2011) – 76


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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is an entrance into the beloved Marvel vs. Capcom franchise. In this game, two worlds collide, as iconic Capcom characters face off against legendary Marvel heroes and villains. Nowadays, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is one of the best fighting games ever made.

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The 3v3 action ensures players don’t have a second to breathe. Reflexes need to be quick and fingers even quicker to advance in this fighting game. As for the aesthetic, it’s heavily inspired by comics, with dark shading and exaggerated typing effects.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole (2017) – 81


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South Park: The Fractured But Whole is the humorously named RPG adventure game (developed by Ubisoft San Francisco) that parodies the superhero genre. Now, the New Kid joins Coon and his friends, as they roam the city “solving” crimes and beating up the other naughty kids.

The game manages to incorporate the aesthetics and humor of South Park perfectly with the mechanics of a video game. Although it’s basically a standard RPG, the humorous takes on superhero reboots, resurrection in the comics, grand conspiracies and good old fart jokes, make it a favorite among South Park Fans.


infamous 2 (2011) – 83


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infamous 2 is a sandbox superhero action game (developed by Sucker Punch Studios) that once again focuses on Cole McGrath. As the ghosts of his past threaten him once again, Cole develops new powers. It is up to the player to decide if he will choose the path of good or evil.

infamous 2 is praised for its quick mobility and action. The morality system also dictates what player powers Cole McGrath gets in the story. Renegade Coles has a more sinister aura around them, while Paragon Coles looks a lot more heroic.

The Marvelous 101 (2013) – 84


The Wonderful 101 is a hack-and-slash action game from Platinum Games, the same studio that gave gamers action games like Metal Gear Rising: Revenge. With that kind of development force behind the game, incredibly creative action sequences are to be expected.


The Wonderful 101The gimmick of is that it gives players the ability to take control of over 100 different heroes at the same time. The controls will take some getting used to, as this is a very ambitious game. However, once players get past that, they are rewarded with one of the most unique superhero action games ever made.

Lego Marvel Superheroes (2013) – 79


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Lego Marvel Superheroes take Lego sets into the world of Marvel. Just like all classic lego games, the player has hundreds of Marvel roster heroes to choose from to play with. For anyone who has ever wanted to build their dream superhero team, this game is a fantastic playground for that.

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Like all Lego games, Lego Marvel Superheroes take a very light-hearted approach to the superhero genre. Even cosmic threats such as Galactus are heartily mocked. For comic book fans who have always wanted to see Galactus “nom nom” a planet, then this is their kind of game.

Injustice 2 (2017) – 81


Injustice 2 is a superhero fighting game developed by NetherRealm Studios and focuses on a world recovering from Superman’s dictatorship. But when Brainiac arrives on Earth to conquer it for his research, Batman is forced to ally himself with Superman to fight off this alien threat.

Injustice 2 takes place in its unique continuity, and it gives them a lot of freedom on what to do with the characters. The Injustice Universe is the poster child for modern Evil Superman stories. Players can also battle iconic DC characters, so that’s a big part of the appeal.

Batman: Arkham City (2011) – 87


Batman: Arkham City is a semi-open-world action-exploration game developed by Rocksteady Studios. After a section of Gotham City is transformed into a gigantic “Escape from New York” style prison city. Bruce Wayne protests a bad idea. However, Hugo Strange kidnaps him and puts him inside as well. Now Bruce must survive against the psychopathic townspeople and uncover Strange’s villainous plans.

Batman: Arkham City allows players to finally experience Batman in a truly urban setting. Unlike the cramped spaces of Arkham Asylum, Arkham City is an urban hive of scum and villainy. Perfect for vigilantes prowling the night to explore.

Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018) – 88


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Marvel’s Spiderman is an open-world superhero sandbox game developed by Insomniac Games. The player can take control of the amazing Spider-Man himself. After putting Kingpin in jail, Spider-Man must contend with a host of new villains seeking to fill the power vacuum.

The game draws inspiration from all the superhero games that came before it. Fast combos, online parkour and a host of fun gadgets await new players. With the sequel releasing surprisingly soon, the 2020s might have another classic on its hands.

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What did the critics think? https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/what-did-the-critics-think/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 14:12:00 +0000 https://sorryeverybodymyass.com/what-did-the-critics-think/ Ms. Marvel debuts this week on Disney+, which means the reviews have started rolling in. The series introduces Kamala Khan, played by Iman Vellani, to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ms. Marvel is one of Marvel’s most popular and successful new characters to emerge over the past decade, to the point that she led the Marvel’s […]]]>

Ms. Marvel debuts this week on Disney+, which means the reviews have started rolling in. The series introduces Kamala Khan, played by Iman Vellani, to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ms. Marvel is one of Marvel’s most popular and successful new characters to emerge over the past decade, to the point that she led the Marvel’s Avengers the story of the game. This means that there is a lot to be done to successfully translate it into real action for the Ms. Marvel series and his return in the next film The Marvels. According to Aaron Perine of ComicBook.com, Ms. Marvel succeeds:

Wonders maybe just around the corner, but Kamala is going to be a star before this adventure kicks off next year. Ms. Marvel lays a great foundation for the character among casual audiences. Who is she? Well, the Disney+ series maintains that she’s a hero and a pretty awesome one at that.”

But what are the other reviews saying? Reviews so far have been mostly positive, although several reviewers are concerned that Ms. Marvel will trade its freshness for the standard Marvel Cinematic Universe formula as it nears its end. Keep reading to see what the reviews are saying.

Ms. Marvel debuts on Disney+ on June 8.

CBS

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“As colorful and chaotic as a teenager’s imagination, Ms. Marvel wears its heart on its sleeve. It remains to be seen if the series will find its direction among the many subplots, and if it will deliver more super-powered action. big-screen heroes to go along with the But as the origin stories go, Ms. Marvel brings in enough new thrills to make it an enjoyable watch, both for new viewers and anyone who loves superheroes so much. than Kamala Khan.-Richard Trenholm, CBS

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GameSpot

“Of course, this review is based solely on the first two episodes, slated for screening by Disney. With six in total, there’s still plenty of room for twists or surprise reveals down the line – so it’s probably best not to bet on anything as a certainty until the season finale kicks off in July. That said, based on these early episodes, Ms. Marvel is a hugely fun and deeply charming watch with a cast of great new characters and a gravitas that other Disney+ MCU projects lacked.” – Mason Downey, GameSpot

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Tech Radar

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“Overall, then, Mrs. Wonder is certainly the latest in a long line of enjoyable projects from Marvel Studios. it strikes a solid balance between its multiple moving parts and the overarching mystery of Kamala Khan’s family tree is sure to enthrall and captivate audiences throughout its six episodes. Also in Iman Vellani, the MCU has a fantastic Khan/Ms. Marvel, who is sure to steal the show when she makes her Marvel Cinematic Debut in The Marvels in the summer of 2023.

“Good isn’t a thing you are; it’s a thing you do,” according to Khan’s comic book counterpart. In the case of his television series, Mrs. Wonder is certainly both.” – Tom Power, Tech Radar

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Variety

“Inevitably, ‘Ms. Marvel’ will take on the now-familiar twist of almost every other Disney+ venture in the studio and bring Kamala’s story in line with the rest of the MCU. Indeed, Vellani is set to star in ‘The Marvels’ of Nia DaCosta alongside Larson and Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau (formerly of “WandaVision”). But the looming specter of Marvel’s upcoming obligations almost makes this series, with its determination to make Kamala an individual and her neighborhood a home, an even more precious commodity. Before Kamala officially becomes Ms. Marvel and is subsumed into something bigger than herself, she just happens to be herself, and that’s more than enough.” – Caroline Framke, Variety

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“Ultimately, the civilian aspect of Ms. Marvel is its strongest feature as the traditional superhero plot takes a back seat. Some will find it refreshing, and others will be frustrated by the absence of Marvel’s usual selling point. This story won’t exactly suit everyone, and that’s why it works. Defying expectations, Ms. Marvel brings to life a new essential character and the rich community that surrounds him. While the future of the series can sometimes seem uncertain, these introductory episodes promise just enough entertainment for an exciting first season.” – Yasmine Kandil, Discuss the movie

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Empire

“Of course, this is a show with a target audience: designed more to appeal to teenagers than adults. But for those who can take the hits from the clunky but relatable approach, there’s a lot of promise here. Kamala clearly has a bright future mapped out for her in the MCU – we have the delightful prospect of meeting Carol Danvers next year Wonders – and these early episodes are an encouraging start.” – Destiny Jackson, Empire

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IGN

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“The MCU television slate continues to grow, and Ms. Marvel already makes a strong case for Kamala Khan as an exciting new addition. This coming-of-age story includes familiar elements of a teenager struggling to find the way forward. Yet the teenager’s Muslim faith and her parents’ expectations offer a new perspective. Directors Adil and Bilall immediately draw us in with strong visual flourishes, and Iman Vellani is a striking lead. AvengerCon isn’t quite on the scale one might expect, but otherwise the Disney+ series is off to a bold start.” – Emma Fraser, IGN

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Forbes

“The MCU has become so reliable on the building blocks (strong actors, sharp dialogue, enjoyable characters, etc.) that it only really stands out when an offer goes against the grain (Doctor Strange 2), is exceptionally good (Shang Chi) or is aggressively evil (Eternals). Ms. Marvel is none of that, it’s an online drive to a good second base that will appeal to those specifically interested in Kamela Khan and what she stands for. The main way the show stands out is how it implicitly combines Disney intellectual property with teenage feminist rebellion.” – Scott Mendelson, Forbes

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rolling stone

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“The fact that the show can be so good at the coming-of-age part — and do it while feeling so distinct from the rest of the MCU — is to its credit. But ultimately, every Marvel project (Wanda Vision included) must become like all the others. If the superhero parts don’t get much more interesting before this point, the creative team may have done their job too well on the aspects that set their heroine apart from her costumed peers, creating a narrative imbalance that may be too much. important to be corrected. –Alan Sepinwall, rolling stone

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The Hollywood Reporter

“It’s time to stop fantasizing,” Kamala’s mother warns in a moment of frustration with her daughter’s fixation on superheroes. “I would like you to focus only on yourself. Your grades. Your family. Your story.” We can say that she is wrong on this first part. It’s not a spoiler that Kamala’s fate will be to embrace, rather than reject, her love for all things Avengers and Captain Marvel. But she’s right about the second. By letting Kamala’s story shine on her own terms, Ms. Marvel offers us what she herself has never found in all of her fangirling: the uplifting vision of a brunette Jersey City girl saving the world. -Angie Han The Hollywood Reporter

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