Originally Posted by sunshineblotters
Originally Posted by tay1
A quote from one of the writers on AOS about Inhumans.
"It’s a way to introduce, into the MCU, the idea that people can be born with a power. They don’t have to be engineered in a lab, they don’t need to have some freak accident with a vat of acid. They can be born with this. That’s sort of a gamechanger, not just on our show, but in the cinematic universe — for people on Earth, at least."
The very reason that the X-Men were created
Stop beating around the bush Feige, just admit that Inhumans is what you are replacing X-Men with.
X-Men got created cuz Stan was tired of making up wild accidents or experiments for his heroes to have powers. So he went the different approach with they're born with it not to continuously make up origin stories
That's basically the same damn reason it'll be done in the movies. They want random ppl with powers to show up without it having to be some secret organization in the background. It's basically what a lot of DC characters have a slight advantage of sometimes. Doesn't really matter if they're called mutant or inhuman. If they wanted to replace the X-Men we would've seen some cheap knockoffs already.
Originally Posted by Uptempo kid
Hey Zik, I know you hate robots and ****, how do you feel about The Vision?
I don't hate them.
I'm just in favor of their eradication and/or eternal servitude.... you know if they ever try to rise to power in real life.
As for Vision, kinda like many of the original Avengers and other ones to join after some time I don't feel anyway about them or him in particular. When I started reading comics, the Avengers were whack as **** to me but that's a whole other in depth look of what makes Marvel great then and now.
Robot characters done like Vision leave me indifferent. I don't care much for the machine trying to be human saying it has emotions. I can't relate. I don't get it. I find them identifying as male or female just as silly. I wish there were more characters with that starting point done differently like Machine Man/X-51 for example where it tries to be from a machine's pov not a machine that wants to be human.
Anyway, I didn't care for Vision's look but he got some cool powers even more so now and as a kid that's what initially really mattered. I will say they definitely lost me when he got with Scarlet Witch, then marriage, then "children". That to me is just ridiculous dumb story telling
and it's really nothing against Vision, more so looking at SW crazy.
But that's all based off comic experiences. Similar to how I didn't care for Iron Man much in the comics but love the movie version, I'm open to MCU Vision being a character I can be a bigger fan of.Edited by Master Zik - 3/6/15 at 12:29am