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gauleyboy420 4/20/2010 3:54:38 PM

Also The White Nick Fury is still there for you to read about, but I think he's boring, I prefer The Ultimat Nick Fury

ponyboy76 4/20/2010 4:53:32 PM

I agree with everything you said Gauleyboy, except for the last part about the 616 Nick Fury being  "boring". Also he's not even really a second stringer. He is what he should be a silent behind the scenes gameplayer. If it wasn't for him  in the 616 universe, they'd be either conquered by Skrulls, half the heroes would be dead or worse all, and next to Captian America there is no one in the Marvel Universe who is more respected.

SONYMANswallows 4/20/2010 5:06:02 PM

sam Rockwell's CRIMSON DYNAMO  better not have a Kevin Costner Russian accent. I was worried that Mickey Rouke may sound like he learned Russian from an orgy at Sara Palin's but I am impressed in a way = to or more than Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man.


Sam Rocwell is awesome often so hopefully as Crimson Dynamo he won't turn into Martin Sheen in Spawn.


Speaking of Crimson Dynamo anyone else see The Crimson Dynamo as DEADPOOL art in the recent Deadpool MERC WITH A MOUTH.


I bet in Iron Man 2 we get pictures of THOR and Captain America  but no actors in scene. Incredible Hulk takes place after IM2 so the deleted scene where Banner tries to blow his brains out and HULKS up and is said to unearth Captain America's body may be mentioned as a event that occured or some mumbo jumbo. 

I won't count out a HULK or Banner shot in IM2.  Norton was on set last year and denied anything.

SONYMANswallows 4/20/2010 5:08:10 PM

Hope Mark Hamill gets some directing assistance so the movie is good. He could pull it off but I think it is new to him. Acting isnt every aspect.

SONYMANswallows 4/20/2010 5:16:05 PM

FACT  Gary COLEMAN would be awesome as Mr Mytzylplyk


and Paul Ruud as PLASTIC MAN


Jerome Iginla as STEEL


kiefer Sutherland as AquaMan

Kaley Cuoco as Wonder Woman-just dye the hair

gauleyboy420 4/20/2010 5:23:41 PM

Perhaps boring was too strong a word... AND touche' to him saving the 616, you are too right.

I read a couple issues of Secret Warriors, they were OK. I just feel like there are a bazillion secret agents out there... maybe I should have said not my cup o' tea... He's definitely not boring.

Calibur454 4/20/2010 5:49:21 PM

sorrry sonyman- but stretch armstrong movie has just been announced and they may sue over the likeness of plastic (Rolls eyes as at my own lame joke.)   and BTW that IM2 trailer spoof was a riot

Hobbs 4/20/2010 8:10:24 PM

Gauley,  it is what it is...we can't change the 50's and 60's...Fury is what he is and to change the character that much was wrong.  Why not create some cool black characters then for the 21st century rather then rehashing what has been?  I know as a nation we seem to be stuck in reboots and reimaging things but there has to be people out there with original thoughts and ideas that can propel Marvel characters forward,,,Shield has been around a while, why can't we have a successor to Nick Fury and have him black?  Or was having the eye patch that big of a deal?

This was one of the reasons I left Marvel was because they were basically writing the same stories over and over and over again except making characters younger...or a different race, etc, etc.

As far as Black Panther I was just using that as an example.  If you prefer I could use Blade?  I would bitch just as much if Blade was white and they used Matt Damon as a model for him.

SONYMANswallows 4/20/2010 8:18:31 PM

Hobbs has a point, can you believe they chose sam jackson over David Hasselhoff. That is whe worst Comicwood casting since Travolta in Punisher

Matt Damon is to short for Black Panther, his eyes would clash with the cape 

Dazzler 4/21/2010 4:54:57 AM

I think they should throw Sam Leroy Jackson a small Nick F movie on limited budget.  He could fight Hydra and AIM in some terrorist thing.  Of course they did that already with the Hoff.

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