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Lover of the Muse

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  • Lover of the Muse

    It's been a long time since we heard anything about "Damage Control", an ABC sitcom that's part of the MCU and follows people who clean up after superhero battles that was supposed to be part of the 2016-2017 TV season. A lot of people (myself included) are assuming that the show was cancelled before it's pilot was complete.

    It's possible that ABC thought Damage Control was too big of a risk. It was based on a fairly obscure marvel comic and wouldn't have had a huge built in fanbase. A lot of people are attracted to the idea of a story where the focus is on regular people living in a superhero universe, but NBC is producing their own show called Powerless with a very similar set up.

    It's also possible that either Marvel Studios or ABC simply…

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  • Lover of the Muse

    This is my idea for what a She-Hulk netflix series should be like.

    Jennifer Walter is an antisocial, sexually repressed, and by the book lawyer. She has a strong moral center but is also a pragmatist who operates by real world logic.

    Her father Sheriff Morris Walters was a corrupt cop and as a child Jennifer witnessed her father abuse his authority. Jennifer was attracted to comic books as a form of fantasy because she needed to escape into a world where the good guys could win.

    As Jennifer got older she decided that comics were something she needed to put behind her, she needed to grow up and learn to live in the real world. Unfortunately the world that Jennifer lives in happens to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe so her real world logic doe…

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  • Lover of the Muse

    Agents of SHIELD is the most controversal part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Every single person I've talked to or listened to about this show has a different opinion on it: nobody is satisfied with Agents of SHIELD, but nobody can agree on exactly what the show is doing wrong.

    Is it getting better or getting worse? When exactly did the show go downhill? Was there ever an uppoint to start with?

    I sincerely hope that season4 will be the final season of Agents of SHIELD as I feel the show has outlived its usefullness.

    I personally enjoyed the goofy episodic nature of the 1st season and I also enjoyed the more serious and storydriven 2nd season. In the third season however the show started to lose me.  As far as I'm concerned the season4 pre…

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  • Lover of the Muse

    This is going to be a little bit different from my previous blog. My blog about Jessica Jones season2 was my idea for what they should do, this blog about the Defenders series is my theory about what they will do.

    In the comics the Defenders first teamed up to defeat a horde of demons from the Himalayas called the Undying Ones led by a villain called the nameless one.

    It's unrealistic to assume that Netflix is going to adapt the comic book origins of the Defenders, especially given that the original Defenders and the Netflix team are composed of completely different characters.

    The MCU has been known to conflate comic book storylines, characters and elements before.

    For example the villain in Iron Man 2 was a fusion of Whiplash and Crimson Dynamo;…

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    I'm hoping Jessica Jones season2 will feature the Purple Children

    The Puprle Children are the offspring of Killgrave and various women he impregnated over the years. The Purple Children have inherited their fathers ability to control peoples minds and they grow stronger the more of them are brought together, on the flip side their powers fade away if their kept apart. In the comics the children were gathered by their father in the hopes they would provide him with unconditional love (and also help him take over the world I think). Once enough of them were brought together however they turned on their father and forced him to walk into traffick. With no one to control them the children set out to do whatever they wanted.

    The Netflix version o…

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