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Guiltykraken
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Guiltykraken

Mcu Civil war wasn’t even close to how dumb people were in comic Civil war

lml__lml
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lml__lml

The great thing about the Marvel Studios films is they managed to improve on the source material in many cases.

Hickspy
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Hickspy

If we were strictly canon only, then Sylvester Stallone would be a much more powerful character.

leopardgeckomaster
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leopardgeckomaster

This is mostly me

Domonety
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Domonety

Rip op

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Smecker

I’ve never thought they were meant to be true to the comics. It’s the cinematic universe not the comic universe. They might take inspiration, but I view it as something separate. Clearly they crafted a unique universe and story with the characters and source material. People need to find something more important to be outraged over.

KhadgarIsaDreadlord
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I got no issue with changes as long as they keep the characters core values and this is where I take issue with the MCU. For an instance I know I’m gonna be downvoted to oblivion for saying this but Tom Holland is not Spider-Man. He’s Iron Man junior clowning around in his suit. Spider-man’s whole idea is that he should be a relateable character. Struggles in his personal life greatly caused by his secret identity. Every heroic act that requires Peter to dich other responsibilities should be consequential to his everyday life. He’s a good character becouse the viewers can empathyze with him. He still has to worry about rent, school , relationships , work. This is the charming part of his character. When you break it down he’s just a kid trying to do the good thing even if it just adds to the burden he has to carry.

the-1-the-only-
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Alright, but can we talk about how in the actual Norse mythology, there is not a female god of thunder, but Natalie Portman, who I have nothing against, is playing a female Thor