The original premise was for Christopher Priest to do a series similar to Luke Cage and Iron Fist. What you get is something along the lines of a superhero version of Lethal Weapon.
We see people who empower others. We see a king who is ready to die for his land and a hero who is always there to stand for his people. “Wakandans are free people,” said T’Challa, and that’s true.
The Civil War was much more than that but the film was a great as an extremely loose adaptation.
The story will be based on the aftermath of the series Infinity Wars. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has been delayed so it would be interesting to see if they’ll look at the new comics for some fresh ideas.
To a degree, it was something you probably missed out on if you got into Spider-Man at a certain time and didn’t go back read the early stuff.
In the first season, her sister Anissa was free to use her superpowers but Jennifer tried to stay away from the issues.
Meanwhile, Astro City starts with the Golden Age of Heroes as the important entry in its timeline while the series starts in the 1990s.
Spider-Man 1994 was similar to X-Men: The Animated Series in that it followed the comics’ storylines closely and was drama first, action second.
It’s been said before but of the Marvel series, X-Men is the most soap opera-ish of them all and the animated captures a good deal of that high drama and action.
In 1973, the younger Williams brother’s line of work threatened to bring him into the crosshairs of the Blue Knight, a police officer/vigilante.