Indeed, they had a very distinctive goal and portrayals. They were drawn out a bit too much, but that is Netflix's gist.The Netflix Marvel shows as drawn out as they were at least had more of a tone and storyline. The Disney shows (except Wandavision) seem like GCSE Drama projects.
After Moonknight I’m officially side-eyeing every MCU show that comes out now. I hope Ms. Marvel proves me wrong but I’m not optimistic. I probably won’t get excited for another show until they start announcing X-Men ones.
Doesn't Captain Carter have her own comic series now? Or at least a limited one, there's clearly demand for her and I am here for more. Especially if it somehow means we can get more Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark.
The power of the multiverse.Captain Carter’s comic series literally had the over the top, diabolically evil British government propose that immigrants are deported to Rowanda . . . on the same week the actual U.K. Gov announced the policy.
Considering the lead time of script to print that’s a very impressive feat.