The Incredibles 2 can just be 2 hours of the Parr family chasing their flaming-laser-shooting-shape-shifting-lighting-conjuring baby around the house trying to change his diaper and I would still pay to see it 15 times
The Incredibles 2 is coming soon, matter of fact June 15, 2018, is the official release date.
At Comic-Con some viewers were able to get a sneak peek preview of Bob a.k.a Mr. Incredible being a stay-at-home dad with Jack Jack, as Elastigirl went off to fight some bad guys. In this clip viewers were able to witness the immense superpowers Jack Jack acquires between laser vision, walking through walls, duplicating, fire, and the countless other powers that even the Incredibles seems to be scratching their heads about.
The Incredibles 2 will be picking up exactly where The Incredibles (2004) left off.
Reaper76Week 2018 || Day 2: “They loved each other” (affection) Day 1 || Day 2 || Day 3 || Day 4 || Day 5 || Day 6 || Day 7
@lilized: Spoiler alert: Jack is totally Gabe’s favorite.
@ufficiosulretro: Here comes the part in which we find out that Sergeant Reyes has a strategic plan for everything in his life.
While we working on this part we discovered that sticking to the theme of the day wasn’t as easy as we expected. We ended up deciding that the theme “affection” could be fulfilled by bringing the focus on Gabriel’s feelings for Jack. In short, the giant soft spot he has for the guy. Gabe sees the potential, in Jack and in them. Tomorrow’s update and theme are closely connected to today’s because we get to see Jack’s side of the story.
But hey! Crazy omnics are approaching because this comic has some action too, so brace yourselves. U_U
@lilized: P.S. Your reactions to John and Pre-S.E.P Jack have been precious.
My husband, who’s the guy we based John on, is delighted by all your sweet comments. People who don’t know him tend to find him very frightening ‘cause he’s a big man, but, since he’s actually the sweetest person to walk this planet - not that I’m biased or anything - he’s always pretty bummed out by strangers’ wrong impression of him. He was shocked, in a good way, that “his” character was so well received.