Since the end of the first film, everything appears to be going great for Peter Parker and his alter-ego Spider-Man. He’s graduating from high school and taking down mobsters, but even though it looks like his life is perfect he’s still haunted by the memory of Gwen Stacy’s father and the promise that he made and broke.
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Avengers Academy Headmaster Henry “Hank” Pym was busy, filling in the paperwork of academic sorts when his cell phone rang. He reached into his pocket, pulled it out and read the caller ID. 914 more words
Post-Avengers, I would say the biggest issue with Marvel films is that they seem to have ran out of characterization. The Iron Man sequels reiterate the same points of the first film: Tony doesn’t need the suit, Pepper is important, weapons can be misused blah blah blah. 1,021 more words
Today on ETERNAL ARENA OF FICTION, we are pitting two literal larger-than-life superheroes against each other. From the Marvel universe is a genius scientist and a founding member of the original Avengers. 1,810 more words
As Dr. Banner was working in his lab and attempting to solve a recent technology complication within S.H.I.E.L.D.’s secretive team of Avengers, the door chimed which told him somebody had ignored the… 919 more words