“It’s a bit depressing to look at this film and all previous entries and realize that our heroes have spent just as much time fighting each other as they have saving the world, often from threats that somehow connected back to them anyway.”
Tagged: Black Widow
“It’s not the nonexistent feelings of a fictional woman that’s drawing ire, it’s that two real men are revealing their real (and not so great) attitudes towards women.”
“‘More of the same’, though I’d still say it was better overall than the previous Avengers movie and trumps it on most levels.”
THE BACHELOR: Didn’t We Boot Your Asses Already?
Riddle me this, Marvel fans: what do Captain America movies tell you about being a man? It’s a friendship and teamwork extravaganza, don’t you know.
“For all the good Marvel has done for their female characters, they’re still stuck in the roles of either sidekick or love interest, and are vastly outnumbered by their male castmates.”
“If Marvel can take a chance on a movie starring a talking raccoon, then certainly they can take a chance on a movie starring a female superhero.”
“It feels distinctly like the beginning; that one day, the name Ales Kot will be associated with something huge and fantastic, and we’ll look back at early issues of Secret Avengers and recall how we knew he was destined for greatness all along.”
“It’s funny that in a world inhabited by iron-clad, god-like, and star-spangled superheroes, we end up with such bland and boring villains.
“I’m constantly getting the feeling I was supposed to study ahead of time for this movie.”
She’s as broken and scarred as the rest of the Avengers, but it’ll never prevent her from doing the right thing. Black Widow: She’s Ursa’s favorite Avenger. And now, she gets character development, and a plot arc to boot!
Ursa turns the squee up to eleven and watches The Avengers. Or Marvel’s The Avengers. Or Avengers Assemble. Oh, who cares what it’s called? It’s awesome! Fanboys and fangirls, assemble!