Captain America: Civil War, the Choice Between Friendship and Morality

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Image: Marvel via E! Online

Genre: Superhero

Synopsis: The Avengers reach a critical moment in their career. Most of the world’s governments are no longer comfortable with them operating independently, answering to no one. Especially when things go wrong. So the team is asked to submit themselves to the authority of the UN, deploying only when and where the UN chooses to deploy them. Continue reading “Captain America: Civil War, the Choice Between Friendship and Morality”

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Character Interpretations for the Rest of the Avengers from Age of Ultron

Finally, after getting through all of those (awesome) season finales, I get to finish looking at the characters from Avengers 2. Here’s my previous general impressions post, and my look at Black Widow and Hulk. And as Age of Ultron generated a lot of discussion, even about topics that don’t often get much attention, there are plenty of other different perspectives out there worth hearing–I’d link to some of the ones I’ve come across, but I need to run off to lab for a bit. Then sleep. Then con. Continue reading “Character Interpretations for the Rest of the Avengers from Age of Ultron”

Character Interpretations for Black Widow and Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron

Following up on my general Age of Ultron post, here’s my interpretations/reactions for Black Widow and Hulk’s plot lines–who I grouped together because they happen to be my favorite characters and because I have the most to say about them, not because they coincidentally ended up with a romantic subplot together. A less in-depth follow up post for all the other characters will follow. Continue reading “Character Interpretations for Black Widow and Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron”

Avengers: Age of Ultron, General Impressions of Good But Flawed

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Borrowed from comicvine.com

Genre: Superhero, sci-fi

Synopsis: The Avengers launch a mission to retrieve Loki’s scepter, which is a success and doesn’t make international news for destroying any major cities. So Tony Stark decides to spice things up by creating his own villain, and things go downhill from there. Continue reading “Avengers: Age of Ultron, General Impressions of Good But Flawed”