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anonymous asked:

Since they already have Black Panther and soon will have Captain Marvel in the MCU maybe they could do something like the current Ultimates and then have Galactus as a big bad. Or is he not under Marvel's control along with the FF? Also, the Ultimates would translate to the MCU so darn well (Denzel Washington for Blue Marvel please) but would America Chavez, whose stature is growing by leaps and bounds and whose powerset says she belongs in the A-list, be taboo since she's a lesbian?

Galactus is definitely an FF property - Marvel tried to get him and Silver Surfer back from Fox in return for letting them keep Daredevil for awhile longer, but Fox didn’t bite, hence Marvel getting Matt back and eventually doing the Netflix show. Another reason for the MCU to need the original family, I guess.

Chavez is excellent, but yeah, I don’t see that happening. It should, she’s excellent, but until and unless Star Wars pulls the trigger on Finn/Poe and changes the game in terms of mass-media queer representation, I don’t see Disney letting Marvel go there, assuming Feige and the rest were even interested. Even if they would (I may be wrong; I sure *hope* I’m wrong, because her primary means of transportation is punching and that’s absolutely a character I’d want to see onscreen) I don’t see the Marvel movies going for a group as high-concept as the current Ultimates anytime soon - they’re allowing for way more weirdness than I ever expected with Arnim Zola and Celestials, but I think ideas like the Macronaut and journeys to the outside of the Omniverse are still off the table. And for that matter I don’t envision them prominently bringing in as straight a Superman analogue as Blue Marvel, unless it was instead Hyperion with the whole Squadron Supreme in tow for the Avengers to fight, which to be fair I could actually see happening. But yes, in a world where I control the MCU, the Ultimates are the Justice League-analogue team to make the jump to the big screen.

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Hawkeye #1

Publisher: Marvel Comics
(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Leonardo Romero (CA) Julian Totino Tedesco, Marguerite Sauvage, David Aja, Leonardo Romero, Marco Rudy, Mike Mckone

Remember Hawkeye? No not that Hawkeye, our favorite Hawkeye, the chick who puts the hawk in Hawkeye, the butt-kicking hero who had to save the other Hawkeye’s butt all the time.  Yup, you know her, it’s the dazzling Kate Bishop making her solo comics debut!  Kate is heading west and returning to Los Angeles, with her bow and arrow and P.I. badge in tow. There are crimes to solve and she’s the best archer to handle ‘em! The City of Angels has a new guardian angel.  
The talented duo of Kelly Thompson (A-Force, Jem) and Leonardo Romero (Squadron Supreme, Doctor Strange) bring you a Kate Bishop like you’ve never seen her before, in a brand-new ongoing series that really hits the mark!  

(Release date: 14th December 2016)

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October 2015
Marvel Hip-hop Variant Covers.

“Ms. Marvel”
with Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998)

“Captain America”
with A$AP Rocky - Long. Live. A$AP (2013)

“Spider-Man”
with Nas - Illmatic (1994)

“Squadron Supreme”
with Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter the Wu-Tang (1993)

“Squirrel Girl”
with Tyler the Creator - Wolf (2013)

Squadron Supreme #14 by Alex Garner

SQUADRON SUPREME #14

JAMES ROBINSON (W) • LEONARD KIRK (A)
Cover by ALEX GARNER
BLUR and THUNDRA may be the prisoners of JIM HAMMOND and S.H.I.E.L.D., but their rescue seems imminent when NIGHTHAWK reappears to free them. But how will the resurrection of NAMOR affect their bid for freedom? Will he be friend or foe to the SQUADRON SUPREME?
Plus: HYPERION and DOCTOR SPECTRUM each make decisions about their futures with the Squadron.
And as one hero returns from the dead, will another fall? The startling fate of Jim Hammond.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

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Squadron Supreme Vol. 4 #11

Art by: Alex Garner