In comic books, heroes and villains clash all the time, and there is a constant struggle between good and evil. From Batman vs Joker, to Captain America vs. Red Skull, both Marvel and DC have penned some amazing rivalries that have spanned decades. On some occasions we also see some hero vs. hero action, such as in the upcoming Captain America 3: Civil War. However that is Marvel vs Marvel, but what if we saw a Marvel hero, and a DC hero come to blows.
If you haven't seen Avengers: Endgame by now, chances are you know what happens with the spoiler ban lifted on most sites now. However, if you have not and do not wish to SPOIL it, stop reading now.
Avengers Endgame came out on April 25th and it was everything we MCU fans hoped for and more. With plenty of shocking moments to choose from I have decided to discuss probably the best moment of all. Captain America wielding Mjolnir.
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Only read on if you have seen Avengers: Endgame as this article will have heavy SPOILERS!
Marvel Studios has produced many movies and characters that we love and rush to the theaters to watch. They range from The Avengers to the X-men, and the Spider-Man films. If you know anything about movies, then you must be quite aware of how these films take their audience on adventurous journeys that are otherwise impossible if the rules of physics or biology came into play. It is what makes these superheroes "super." What if the laws of physics were to apply though? What would happen? Would you love the film less? Most probably! There would be no superheroes. Take a look at some examples that illustrate how Marvel movies are bad at physics.
Please only read on if you have seen Avengers: Endgame or you do not mind SPOILERS, as this article will be discussing points from the film.
WARNING: contains SPOILERS for Avengers: Endgame.
Avengers: Endgame is the culmination of the Infinity Saga in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With 21 films leading up to this movie, it is one of the most anticipated films of all time. Due to all the theorizing on the internet, many people entered the cinema with some ideas and expectations already in their head. So does Avengers: Endgame live up to all the waiting and all the hype? This is my very quick review of the film, which will include the highs that made me happy/geek out, and the lows of the film which made me cry the most (Major spoilers ahead!).
WARNING: There may be some spoilers ahead.
After 11 years, 22 films, and 'The Snap," here we are at the Endgame. Marvels behemoth superhero franchise reaches its conclusion, but is it possible for the film to live up to over 11 years of anticipation?
For 11 years fans have revelled in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. These films have become a part of our daily lexicon and it’s a formidable achievement by all involved. With Avengers: Endgame, the MCU closes the opening chapter of its franchise.