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The CW’s Stargirl Show Trailer Teases Starman Connections and the JSA

An extended season trailer for The CW’s upcoming Stargirl series reveals connections to Starman and the JSA. Stargirl is based on the DC comics superhero of the same name, though she goes by Courtney Whitmore in the real world. The show is the latest in a number of DC properties to land on The CW. The network is already home to the entire Arrowverse, as well as Black Lightning and upcoming Supergirl spinoff Superman and Lois. Since its debut in 2012, the Arrowverse has been considered separate from other DC properties, including those on other networks and streaming services.

However, that changed with this season’s crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths, which revealed that many DC movies and TV shows exist in the same universe as the Arrowverse. This includes Stargirl, which viewers got a sneak peek of during the event. The show will follow Courtney as she encounters the Cosmic Staff, which gives Stargirl her powers. Brec Bassinger will take on the title role, with Luke Wilson playing Courtney’s step-father Pat Dugan. Pat has superhero abilities of his own when he wears his S.T.R.I.P.E. suit and used to work with Starman, played by Joel McHale.

Related: Why DC’s Stargirl Isn’t On The Same Earth As Other Arrowverse Heroes

Past footage from Stargirl has shown both Starman and the JSA, who Pat explains died saving the world. This leads Courtney to take up the Cosmic Staff and carry on for them. The updated trailer from The CW features the tagline, “A new generation of justice,” which pays homage to the Justice Society of America. Additionally, the first season of the show will feature the Injustice Society as villains, so justice will be a theme throughout. Check out the extended season trailer for Stargirl below:

Unlike past DC series, Stargirl will be available on both The CW and the DC Universe streaming service. It will release on DC Universe first, on Monday, May 11, before debuting on The CW the next day. Interestingly, CW shows have already shown their versions of some of the characters featured on StargirlLegends of Tomorrow encountered the JSA in season 2, with member Amaya Jiwe/Vixen joining the team for two seasons. Additionally, current Legend Nate Heywood is the grandson of JSA member Henry Heywood/Commander Steel. It may be part of the reason why Stargirl takes place on a different Earth than the Arrowverse’s Earth-Prime, which was created at the end of Crisis on Infinite Earths.

As The CW’s other Arrowverse shows near the end of their seasons, fans may be in the market for a new DC series like Stargirl. With a great cast, familiar characters, and exciting premise, it seems likely to be a hit for both DC Universe and the broadcast network. The extended season trailer should reminds fan of what the show has to offer and encourage them to tune in when Stargirl debuts in May.

More: Why Disney+ & DC Universe Can Both Make Stargirl

Source: The CW


2020-03-22 16:33:43

Rebecca VanAcker

Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Scorpion Actor Teases MCU (Or Sony) Return

Spider-Man: Homecoming actor Michael Mando teases the Marvel Cinematic Universe (or maybe Sony) return of Mac Gargan with a cryptic tweet. Marvel Comics readers know Gargan eventually becomes the supervillain Scorpion. Still, MCU viewers only briefly met the character in Homecoming, and he was absent from the sequel, Spider-Man: Far From Home. Equally absent in the sequel film was Michael Keaton’s Vulture, leaving plenty of screentime for the introduction of another classic Spider-Man villain, Mysterio.

For years fans have speculated and hoped for the MCU introduction of the Sinister Six, a team of Spider-Man’s greatest rogues who assemble for the sole purpose of destroying the web-slinger. As Sony continues to build its extended Spider-Man universe with Venom 2 and Morbius, it seems increasingly likely dreams of a big screen Sinister Six might soon be a reality. Marketing for both Sony movies has heavily featured connections to the MCU. Plus, with Keaton set to appear in Morbius, its possible Vulture will act as a criminal version of MCU’s Nick Fury, slowly assembling a team to take down Spider-Man. Classic versions of the Sinister Six have included Doctor Octopus, Mysterio, Vulture, Sandman, Kraven the Hunter, and Scorpion, just to name a few.

Related: Scorpion Is The Key To Bridging The MCU & The Spider-Man Spinoffs

Now, a picture Mando posted to his Twitter account, with a scorpion emoji as the posts only caption, teases Scorpion’s return to the MCU or, possibly, Sony’s Spider-Verse. The picture features Mando in a black leather jacket in a desert landscape of dunes, nothing about it suggests any connection to his MCU character, aside from the curiously added scorpion emoji. Take a look for yourself:

Putting aside the obvious explanation, that Mondo is just having a little fun with his MCU fans, this could be a hint we’ll see Scorpion again soon. Gargan could easily pop up for a cameo in Morbius or Venom 2, so maybe that’s what Mondo is teasing with this post. It’s long been rumored Morbius may be setting up another Sony attempt at a Sinister Six movie. Another possibility is that he’s heard from Marvel Studios about returning to play the character in the Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel.

This isn’t the first time Sony’s tried to get a Sinister Six assembled. In the Andrew Garfield Spider-Man days, Sony planted a ton of Sinister Six easter eggs throughout The Amazing Spider-Man 2. They even hired Drew Goddard to direct a Sinister Six feature film. The previous attempt could have featured Doctor Octopus, Vulture, Rhino, Electro, Green Goblin, and the Lizard, as all of those characters had been introduced in some form or another in the Garfield Spidey films.

Now that Marvel and Sony have a tenuous partnership in the Spider-Man franchise, it remains to be seen how much input Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has in the creation of Sony’s Sinister Six film. The solo Spider-Man outings are mostly Marvel creatively controlled. In the past, Marvel has had little to do with Sony movies, like Venom, for example. However, Keaton’s appearance in Sony’s Morbius film indicates a new level of cooperation between the two studios. If Mondo’s Scorpion post is a hint at his future role in the MCU/Sony Spider-Man franchise, it’s a safe bet he could end up going from Spider-Man: Homecoming to Sinister Six shortly.

More: Marvel Can Have Spider-Man Fight The Sinister Six in Homecoming 2

Source: Michael Mando via Twitter



2020-03-07 08:03:16

Shawn DePasquale

The Don’t Speak Trailer Teases A Mockbuster Take On A Quiet Place

If the Don’t Speak trailer looks like its promoting a strangely familiar film, that’s because it’s pretty much a mockbuster take on A Quiet Place. Former star of The Office John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place was the surprise horror hit of 2018. The suspenseful sci-fi horror, which Krasinski also starred in alongside wife Emily Blunt, wowed critics with its tale of the Abbotts – a family who take refuge in an isolated farmhouse as they try to survive a post-apocalyptic world overtaken by alien creatures with hyper-sensitive hearing that attack anyone or anything making noise.

Not only was A Quiet Place a hit critically it made bank at the box office too, raking in just over $340 million worldwide on a relatively modest $17 million budget. With success like that, a sequel was practically guaranteed and A Quiet Place Part II is set for release on March 20, 2020. The sequel sees John Krasinski return to the director’s chair and will follow the surviving members of the Abbott family as they leave the safety of their farmhouse and venture into the outside world.

Related: Everything We Know About A Quiet Place 2

Horror fans may have noticed a trailer for a suspiciously similar creature feature titled Don’t Speak making the rounds. Funnily enough, the film – alternatively known as Silent Place – is set for release a week or so before A Quiet Place Part II hits theaters. This British mockbuster follows a family visiting their grandparents’ farm only to find it and a nearby town completely deserted. They soon discover a monster – one that’s also sensitive to sound – has hunted down the entire town and they’re next on the menu. Watch the Don’t Speak trailer courtesy of MovieGasm below.

It’s pretty clear from its trailer that Don’t Speak is a mockbuster of A Quiet Place. For the uninitiated, a mockbuster is a special breed of movie that attempts to piggyback on the success of bigger films by having similar titles and plots. A repeat offender in this genre is production company The Asylum, whose back catalog includes films like Paranormal Entity and Transmorphers. As seems to be the case with Don’t Speak, mockbusters typically have tiny budgets, a straight-to-DVD release, and relatively unknown cast.

If any further proof was needed of Don’t Speak’s mockbuster status, a quick look at director Scott Jeffrey and producer Rebecca Matthews’ other work should convince. The pair are behind Proportion Productions, a British indie film company that’s produced movies including Pet Graveyard, The Bad Nun and Jurassic Island – movies that don’t take a huge stretch of imagination to guess what they were inspired by, and suggest the company could be on its way to becoming the British version of The Asylum.

While mockbusters tend to be inferior versions of the films they’re imitating, they’re not all bad – in fact, they can be good fun. And, to give the Don’t Speak trailer credit where it’s due, the effects look decent for a film made on a shoestring budget. That said, horror fans going in thinking Don’t Speak might be on par with A Quiet Place are likely to be disappointed.

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2020-03-07 02:03:49

Helen Armitage

Superman & Lois Actress Teases Series With Pilot Script Pic

Superman and Lois star Elizabeth Tulloch teased the production of the new CW Arrowverse spin-off with a photo of the pilot script. The new series spins out of the events of the massive Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, a 5-hour story told throughout all the CW DC TV shows. Supergirl actors Tulloch and Tyler Hoechlin, as Lois Lane and Superman, will portray the iconic comic book characters in an entirely new light: as parents. Although Supergirl had already established the couple with a baby son, the end of the mega-crossover event saw Lois ask Superman to return home to help with their boys, as in two super boys!

As production on the straight-to-series ordered show begins, Tulloch posted a picture of the pilot episode’s script to her Twitter account. Episode 101, titled “Pilot,” is written by Todd Helbing, from a story by Helbing and Greg Berlanti. The pilot’s cover photo also reveals Lee Toland Krieger (Riverdale, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), will direct the first episode.

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Arrowverse shows are known for their humor, and it seems like a show focused on Lois and Clark as parents to a couple of teenaged boys is a comedic goldmine. Early casting notices for the series called for two teenage boys, leaving many to speculate Jon Kent would be aged up and perhaps joined by Damian Wayne. However, we later learned the teens are named Jonathan and Jordan Kent and would be played by Jordan Elsass and Alexander Garfin, respectively.

As production on the series moves forward, expect more updates from the cast and creators. In the meantime, fans will have to continue to wonder which of the two Kent sons ends up with superpowers, which other classic DC heroes will join the series, and what types of threats Superman and Lois will face outside of adolescent angst.

More: Crisis On Infinite Earths Twist Sets Up The New Superman Show

Source: Elizabeth Tulloch via Twitter



2020-03-06 09:03:48

Shawn DePasquale

The Eddy Trailer Teases Damien Chazelle’s Jazz Music Netflix Series

Netflix has released a teaser trailer for its limited series The Eddy, which was co-directed by Damien Chazelle. The latter has quickly made a name for himself since he directed his second feature – 2014’s Whiplash, a dramatic thriller (based on Chazelle’s short) starring J.K. Simmons in an Oscar winning role as a perfection-obsessed jazz instructor at a prestigious conservatory. Chazelle would go on to garner even more acclaim – plus a Best Director Oscar – for La La Land, his 2016 musical about the romance between an aspiring actress and jazz pianist in modern-day Los Angeles. Four years later, Chazelle is back with yet another jazz music project in the form of The Eddy.

Created by Jack Thorne (the writer of the BBC and HBO’s His Dark Materials TV series adaptation), The Eddy stars André Holland as a former New York jazz pianist who now owns a struggling club in present-day Paris. Chazelle directed the first two episodes in the eight-part limited series, with Houda Benyamina (Divines), Laïla Marrakchi (Rock the Casbah), and Alan Poul (The Newsroom) helming the additional episodes. You can watch the show’s teaser, below.

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The trailer is composed of a single-take shot that follows Holland through the bustling Parisian nightlife as he makes his way to his club, only to encounter his teen daughter, Julie (Amandla Stenberg), waiting for him near the entrance. It’s an excellent tease of what to expect from The Eddy, not only in terms of its style, but the way it promises to bring its multicultural setting to vivid and rhythmic life. In that sense, The Eddy harkens back to Chazelle’s feature debut on the micro-budgeted 2009 black and white musical, Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench, and the way it too used jazz to tell a relatable human story. Here’s hoping the actual show is as exciting as it sounds on paper.

Here’s the official synopsis for The Eddy: Once a celebrated jazz pianist in New York, Elliot Udo (Holland) is now the co-owner of struggling club The Eddy, where he manages the house band fronted by lead singer and on-again-off-again girlfriend Maja (Joanna Kulig). As Elliot learns that his business partner Farid (Tahar Rahim) may be involved in some questionable practices at the club, secrets begin to come to light that have also been concealed from Farid’s wife Amira (Leïla Bekhti), and when Elliot’s troubled teenage daughter Julie (Amandla Stenberg) suddenly arrives in Paris to live with him, his personal and professional worlds quickly start to unravel as he confronts his past, fighting to save the club and protect those closest to him.

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The Eddy streams on Netflix in the U.S. beginning Friday, May 8.

Source: Netflix


2020-02-27 01:02:27

Sandy Schaefer

DCeased Writer Teases A New Twist in The Undead Series

Fans of DCeased won’t have to wait long, as the DC Comics zombie apocalypse is rising from the grave for seconds with DCeased Unkillables by Tom Taylor and Karl Mostert. The comic, produced through DC’s mature Black Label imprint, will follow the Anti-Life apocalypse through the eyes of anti-heroes and supervillains like Red Hood and Deathstroke.

However, there might be more to this story than meets the eye, as Tom Taylor revealed in the press release.

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“There is also a major threat hanging over this whole miniseries, which will be revealed soon, and there will be some surprise characters showing their faces (regular faces and torn),” Tom Taylor said in an interview with DCComics.com. “DCeased Unkillables shows what the villains did when the heroes failed.”

DCeased shows the heroes of the DC Universe forced to confront an Anti-Life equation that has spiraled out of even Darkseid’s control. Those infected with Anti-Life exist only to infect more people, and soon their ranks are filled with a growing number of metahumans. The surviving heroes must figure out how to contain the Anti-Living before the infection consumes the Earth – and beyond.

The first DCeased miniseries ended with a small number of heroes evacuating Earth with the survivors, while the Green Lantern Corp quarantined the Earth. By then, Anti-Living had spread throughout the globe and claimed the trinity of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. However, there remained several unanswered questions. For example, John Constantine departed with Doctor Fate and Zatanna to parts unknown after Constantine and several heroes participated in a failed bid to stop the Anti-Life Equation. Where the mystics went remains at least one mystery posed by the mini-series.

While the original DCeased seemed like a mostly self-contained story, it seems clear that Tom Taylor had bigger plans from the start. Just what were the various supervillains of the world doing after the Anti-Life Virus hit? Did they make it to the arks to escape? Or did they have a back-up plan all along? DCeased Unkillables certainly has plenty of ground to cover. Taylor has already shown he can write heroes and villains and all points in between in books like Injustice and previous DCeased saga. Hopefully, DCeased doesn’t meet the same fate as other horror franchises in delivering lackluster sequel after sequel. However, given that this new miniseries will feature a cast of some of the baddest villains in the DCU – and Tom Taylor’s impressive track record – that probably won’t be the case with DCeased Unkillables.

DCeased Unkillables #1 is on sale now.

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2020-02-20 06:02:13

Richard Pulfer

Stranger Things Season 4 Teases Hopper Escaping Russian Prison

The Stranger Things writers’ room has provided fresh teases about the show’s highly-anticipated season 4, and they all point to signs of a prison break. Since its premiere in 2016, Netflix’s breakout hit has only gotten more and more popular with each passing season, with its third being one of the most watched streaming shows in 2019. While no official date has been given for Stranger Things‘ fourth season, it likely won’t arrive until 2021.

Fans got a major surprise earlier today in the form of a teaser for Stranger Things’ fourth season. It confirmed what many fans already guessed: Hawkin’s beloved Sheriff Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is still alive. His fate was left up in the air at the end of the third season finale, though a post-credits scene suggested he was still alive and kicking, just being held captive somewhere. The teaser confirmed that, showing Hopper working among a Russian prison gang. However, based on the clues shared online, he won’t stay there for long.

Related: Stranger Things Confirms Hopper IS The American: What It Means For Season 4

The official Stranger Things writers’ room Twitter account shared five movie titles following the teaser’s release as part of their special Video Store Friday, where they share movies that were discussed in the writers’ room that week. The catch? Every single movie is about a prison break.  Check the list out below:

This indicates Hopper will be making a break of his own, though exactly how he’ll get all the way from Russia back to Indiana is a mystery. Perhaps he’ll have some help? Or maybe his adopted daughter Eleven (Millie Bobbie Brown) will sense he’s out there and come to his rescue? Either way, Hopper’s journey is going to be a long and treacherous one, and he’ll likely be a changed man by the time it’s all done. With only nine episodes expected in Stranger Things season 4, hopefully it won’t take Hopper too long to get out of the Russian prison.

Of course, there are still many mysteries to uncover, like how Hopper even survived in the first place. Fans have been dying for answers since the entire third season arrived on Netflix last July, and they will likely have to wait a while longer for answers. The teaser came with an official announcement that production is underway, suggesting things are still early on in the process. If that’s the case, the fourth season of Stranger Things probably won’t arrive until next year, though some are still hoping for a 2020 release. At least fans can comfort themselves knowing they’ll definitely see Hopper again, even if he isn’t in the best of shape.

More: How Hopper Survived Stranger Things Season 3’s Ending

Stranger Things season 4 is expected to premiere on Netflix in 2021.

Source: stranger writers/Twitter



2020-02-14 03:02:13

Rachel Labonte

Marvel Unlimited Teases Mystery Announcement | Screen Rant

In a mysterious tweet last Friday, the recently-awakened Marvel Unlimited Twitter page heralded an upcoming announcement bearing the date “February 5” plastered across a series of images featuring The Mighty Thor, Spider-Man and the X-Men, Iceman, Hawkeye from various periods of Marvel history. The tweet provoked comics fans and subscribers to the Marvel Comics digital subscription service to speculate on the nature of the announcement, though no further updates have emerged to clarify the intriguing social media bulletin.

Marvel Unlimited launched in 2007, under the name Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, as an online subscription-based service available on the web and on mobile devices via downloadable apps from the App Store and Google Play. The entertainment service provides subscribers access to over 25,000 titles from Marvel Comics’ vault, including an extensive back-catalog from the Golden Age through the Age of Wireless and a wide selection of recent Marvel publications. Subscribers pay a monthly fee to access the digital library which features curated reading lists, recommendations for fans new to comics, creators spotlights with reading guides for popular Marvel writers and artists, and must-read special events like the epic crossover-event, War of the Realms and the Dark Phoenix Saga from the pages of The Uncanny X-Men. Additionally, the Marvel Unlimited Reading Club offers creators and fans picked categorized by theme and title such as This Week in Marvel: 1990s Hidden Gems, Pull List Picks, and Surfin’ Through the 60s with Silver Age stars Galactus, Fantastic Four, and the Silver Surfer.

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It’s unclear what the Marvel Unlimited announcement could be, but it’s an exciting development for the service. Subscription tiers for Marvel Unlimited feature access to the digital library, 12 digital downloads (available offline), and range from the $9.99 monthly fee to an annual plan for $69.10, offering a significant discount over the popular monthly rate. A premier tier at $99.20, Annual Plus unlocks the Marvel Unlimited Plus Membership Kit with a limited-edition Hasbro Marvel Legends Deadpool: Terror Inc. figure, Cyclops pin by Skottie Young, two variant House of X comics and an X-Men patch. 

Fans of the Marvel Unlimited subscription service are eager to see an unlimited number of downloads worthy of the service’s moniker and the option to create their own reading lists or folders to group their favorite titles by theme, event, or character. Others yearn for a major back-issue drop or the increased availability of current and newer Marvel Comics closer to publication date as most titles appear, with few exceptions, six months after release date — this week’s addition of Powers of X #1 from July 31, 2019, is an example of the delayed-delivery schedule. And some subscribers, lamenting the delay in digital access to current titles, call for a new tier option that would offer access to newly-released comics at a premium rate. As February 5th draws closer, fans are looking to take it to the limit on Marvel Unlimited. 

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2020-02-04 04:02:24

SJ Twining

DC’s New Suicide Squad Teases The Death of [SPOILER]

The latest Suicide Squad relaunch was promised to be a truly bloody, and completely unpredictable affair. While fans will have to decide for themselves if the list of casualties qualifies as “absolute carnage” in Suicide Squad #1, the danger is clear. And in just the second issue, it appears one classic Squad member may come closer to death than he expects. Eliminating all trust with the team’s new recruits in the process.

Since readers might assume that a new Suicide Squad series can only change so much, the Injustice team of Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo have taken that presumed status quo as a challenge. Proudly proclaiming that the new series will make good on its name — and genuinely leave fans uncertain whether any hero will survive the mission — fans probably still assumed that some would be off the table. But that might be vital information to pass along to Deadshot, as he goes down in a fiery crash in DC’s official preview of Suicide Squad #2.

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After the first issue forced the Suicide Squad to accept new members of the freedom fighter Revolutionaries, the door was left open for some form of camaraderie to be formed. While the aquatic members may be forging a bond, the same can’t be said for the team members traveling by helicopter, who quickly decide which of their team is worth saving. Take a look below:

The first issue proved to be a bloodbath, which means the same can be expected of Issue #2. Whether or not Deadshot is included in the casualties is an unknown for now (the obvious money is on him narrowly escaping the crash by his own means). But judging by the Revolutionaries’ lack of hesitation in leaving their teammate to die, there will be a price to pay.

  • SUICIDE SQUAD #2
  • Writer: Tom Taylor
  • Art by: Bruno Redondo
  • Colors by: Adriano Lucas
  • Lettering by: Wes Abbott
  • Cover by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado
  • After the absolute carnage of Suicide Squad #1, a new Task Force X has been assembled-even before the bodies of teammates and friends have had a chance to cool! What’s left standing may be the most capable and uncompromising Suicide Squad ever brought together. But it’s also the most divided. Forced to fulfill the agenda of a cruel new taskmaster, this Squad might survive their next mission, but they may not survive each other.

Suicide Squad #2 arrives in your local comic book shop on January 8th, 2020.

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2020-01-05 01:01:51

Andrew Dyce

Marvel Teases Tony Stark’s Wedding… To Emma Frost | Screen Rant

Marvel Comics is teasing that Iron Man is finally about to get married – to the X-Men’s Emma Frost. The relationship between the X-Men and the Avengers has been famously fractious, with the rival superhero teams going head-to-head on several occasions.

Take, for example, the relationship between Tony Stark and the telepathic Emma Frost. The two first crossed paths long before Stark suited up as Iron Man for the first time, with both enjoying membership of New York’s Hellfire Club, and they became “friends with benefits.” As the years passed, though, things became more than a little strained. Emma was one of the few survivors of the mutant genocide on Genosha, and she was never able to forgive the Avengers for not turning up to help in the aftermath of the tragedy. The two even came to blows in 2012’s Avengers Vs. X-Men event, when Emma’s organic diamond fist dented Iron Man’s billion dollar armor. As Marvel noted, it was the most expensive punch in history.

Related: How The X-MEN’s Emma Frost Became An A-List Superhero

It looks as though Tony Stark and Emma Frost are destined to put all that behind them, however. Mark Waid’s History of the Marvel Universe #6 includes a stunning page in which Galactus, the Devourer of Worlds, talks about things that are yet to happen. He mentions several events that have been confirmed to be part of Marvel’s 2020 plans – and also the wedding of Tony Stark and Emma Frost.

It’s quite a surprising statement, given neither party has ever seemed like the type to settle down. Tony quite enjoys his lifestyle as a billionaire playboy, while the only man Emma has ever truly loved (and lost) was Cyclops. But it’s important to note that this may be more a marriage of convenience than anything else, a way of drawing the X-Men and the Avengers together in order to prevent future conflict now the mutant race is ascendant. Such an alliance would strongly benefit both Stark and Frost; Emma would gain access to Tony’s wealth, status, and contacts, while Tony would no doubt be thrilled at the chance to access Krakoan biotechnology.

If Galactus’ words do indeed come to pass, then it means Jonathan Hickman’s X-Men relaunch is about to bind the X-Men and Avengers franchises more closely together than ever before. This is a dramatic change in status quo for the highest-profile member of the Avengers, as well as for a major X-Men character. It will be fascinating to see how it plays out.

The History of the Marvel Universe #6 is on sale now from Marvel Comics.

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2019-12-29 02:12:39

Thomas Bacon