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Listings Read: 13,764 ListingsRated: 7,169
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billstar2 Says:
Emancipation: A lot of action and loved the 'Macgyver your way out' reference.
 
billstar2 Says:
Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude #2: Perhaps, "Civil War, A Spider's Point of View". A couple inner comments we don't see/hear on screen but not much beyond that.
 
billstar2 Says:
Captain America: Civil War: Civil War is a great action movie. Lots of action and amazing battles. That being said, I say action movie also as a bad thing. Like as in, great to watch but if you examine it more then 10 seconds the plot kind of falls apart. Very convoluted. Some said it was a weird and wild plot to get Cap to where the only working VCR was. Can't argue that to much. And lets be honest, a huge fight scene with a half dozen Winter Soldiers would've been cool but no.

Falcon: I don't know if you've been in a fight before, but there's usually not this much talking.
Spider-Man: All right, sorry. My bad.

Iron Man: Clearly retirement doesn't suit you. Get tired of playing golf?
Hawkeye: Well, I played 18, I shot 18. Just can't seem to miss.

Spider-Man: Hey guys, you ever see that really old movie, Empire Strikes Back?
War Machine: Jesus, Tony, how old is this guy?
Iron Man: I don't know, I didn't carbon date him. He's on the young side.

 
billstar2 Says:
Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude #1: A little new stuff but not much. I didn't notice it in the movie but the Spiderman costume resembles the Scarlet Spider costume Ben Reily wore.
 
Chademe Says:
Captain America: The Winter Soldier Infinite Comics #1: I liked the format of this. I really liked how the frames flowed to tell the story.
 
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Shintetsuken Says:
Justicia: The only good thing about these was that they were short...:/
 
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billstar2 Says:
Thor: The Dark World: Agreed. Probably not a "favorite" but it was better than I remembered. I went to a triple feature when this came out:Thor, Avengers, and Dark World. It was a decent bookend for the stories.
Also noticed, Thor is about his daddy issues while Dark World is about Loki's mommy issues. One could argue it's about Loki's daddy issues as well.

Sif: I've got this completely under control!
Thor: Is that why everything's on fire?

Volstagg: If you even THINK about betraying him...
Loki: You'll kill me? Evidently there will be a line.
 
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Alex Daily Says:
Thor: The Dark World: I sometimes cite this alongside Incredible Hulk as "nobody's favourite MCU movie," but there's really a lot of stuff here that I think goes underappreciated. Still nowhere near the best, though.
 
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billstar2 Says:
Nelson v. Murdock: Nelson and Murdock: Avocados at Law. Great episode.
"A mistake? Misspelling Hanukkah is a mistake, Attempted murder is something else."
 
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Ice Says:
The Path of the Righteous: I might be alone in this, but I think the first 11 or 12 episodes of Daredevil are basically the high water mark for the whole MCU. Murdock's internal conflict over being a violent superhero AND a lawyer AND a devout Catholic is the most complex, interesting thing I've seen so far, save maybe the Cap 2 and 3 and the first half of Luke Cage.

Plus, Kingpin is, hands down, the most interesting, complex villain in the MCU. They took a character I'd never really cared about and made him fascinating.
 
 
 
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