Shang-Chi - (2020) #2
Shang-Chi - (2020) #2
So... I thought of a Mulan Fair Game AU, with Trans Qrow- hear me out
So it's just. Raven, Qrow, and their parents. Raven is enlisted in the army, but because she is injured, Qrow doesn't want her to leave. So instead, he takes her place.
He ends up going under the alias 'Qrow', and along his journey, he realizes he was never meant to be a woman, but a man, and also wants to help save Remnant (and falls in love with Clover-)
I actually do want to write this out sbcbbsbx-
WAIT. They already have Shang-Chi funko pops?? I need one now.
BOAT DAY DRAWING BOAT DAY--
Anyway happy Dragon Boat Festival...go eat some Zong Zi🤤
More Avengers films are likely coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to the studio’s boss.
Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, was recently asked by IGN whether Marvel will ever release more Avengers movies, taking place after the events depicted in the 2019 Avengers: Endgame.
“I would have to think so. I would have to say yes, at some point,” Feige told the publication.
He jokingly added: “It’s a good title. Could use that.”
Released in 2019, Avengers: Endgame has become the highest-grossing movie of all time. It brought to an end the Infinity Saga, itself comprised of the MCU’s first three phases.
There have been four Avengers films so far: The Avengers (2012), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Endgame (2019).
Phase Four of the MCU is expected to feature several standalone films, including Black Widow, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a Black Panther sequel, and Thor: Love and Thunder. The release schedule for Phase Four has had to shift due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Marvel & religion
Okay so I was discussing this with a friend and this is by no means a definitive list just the biggest characters (in my opinion) of these few faiths, but I’d love to hear any input you guys have.
Monet St. Croix
Captain America (Steve Rogers)
Scarlet Witch/ Quicksilver (maybe Jewish, never explored)
Punisher (used to be Christian, now atheist)
Hulkling (went to an Episcopal school, though I doubt he’s particularly a big follower)
something i want to see in shang-chi:
so, in iron man 1 raza has this ring on his finger that he keeps playing with all the time. and like light catches off of it and stuff so it seems like it’s gonna be important but then it just. isn’t. I WANT TO KNOW WHAT THIS RING IS. are there ten physical rings? what is their significance? this has been bothering me ever since i first saw iron man and i want Answers.
i just started watching kim’s convenience and not to sound straight but oh my god simu liu is so 😍😍😍
Is the new Shang-Chi movie worth seeing???
Master of Kung Fu by Paul Gulacy
How Marvel Heroes Feel About Phase 4
How Marvel Heroes Feel About Phase 4 That Shang-Chi part was terrible, they should have cut that part, the Blade & Punisher parts are always the best parts of these videos. (more…)
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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
I've noticed that A LOT of the "Kombatants" seem to make terrible decisions given the situations they're in all of the time.
So... here's what I think where some of these decisions MAY come from, with Raiden being an obvious example:
Raiden: His "immortality", his anger and other emotions, his fatal flaw of using half-measures, his dependence on the so-called "Elder Gods", his tendency to make unnecessary and pointless desperate deals, and perhaps his aloof nature overall.
In MK11, when he became mortal, his overall IQ was boosted MUCH higher than it ever was when he was "immortal" by NOT trusting Shang Tsung in the first place. But he was forced to go along with Liu Kang anyway.
Long story short, anyone who is considered to be a "god", "immortal", or has some form of mystical power are BOUND to be terrible decision-makers, even the likes of Shang Tsung, Quan-Chi, or even Kronika....
The Legend of Shang-Chi #1
Iron Fist vs Shang-Chi