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Captain America: Civil War
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Wait... Is Spidey's mask semi-expressive? Did not see THAT coming.

And they made the Civil War seem less like Cap just pick the side of his friend.
(03-11-2016, 02:35 AM)DairuggerXV Wrote: Wait... Is Spidey's mask semi-expressive?

Todd MacFarlane started giving him expressive eyes when he became the regular artist for The Amazing Spider-Man back in the late 80s. Since then, a majority of artists continued with this depiction when drawing Spider-Man.

The small eyes, however, are from his original appearance until the Bronze Age. Nowadays, very few artists (Alex Ross being one of them) draw his eyes that way.

The rumor is that MCU Spider-Man's mask has mechanical eyes, probably modified from camera shutters (which would make sense because of Peter Parker's photography hobby), due to a leaked image of a "camera shutter eye" by the Civil War directors.
Oh, I've seen the expressive eyes in the comics and even animated series plenty. I just never expected it in a live action movie.
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Marvel will launch a new comic book event right after this film airs: Civil War II. There will be two wars. The main one will be between factions led by Iron Man (determinism) and Captain Marvel / Carol Danvers (free will). Spider-Man, this time, is siding with Carol.

The other will be between mutants, obviously led by the X-Men, and the Inhumans due to the effects of the detonation by Black Bolt of the Terrigen Bomb (containing a more concentrated form of the mutagenic Terrigen Mist) on Earth in a battle with Thanos way back during the Infinity event. This strain of the mist proves to be dangerous for the mutants as exposure to it renders them sterile and destroys the X-Gene in humans.
It really does fell like Disney/Marvel is devesting themselves of the X-men. Is the movie license setup with them really that bad? Are the inhumans going to just replace the mutants altogether?
(03-16-2016, 02:51 AM)DairuggerXV Wrote: It really does fell like Disney/Marvel is devesting themselves of the X-men.

They also cancelled the Fantastic Four comic and disbanded the team. Johnny Storm and the Thing joined the Inhumans and Guardians of the Galaxy, respectively. Reed Richards has gained the power of the Molecule Man and is, along with his immediate family, exploring the multiverse to repair the damage done to it during the Incursions. Doctor Doom's scarred face is healed by Reed, which causes the former to abandon his villainy. Spider-Man has purchased the FF's home base, the Baxter Building, and is using it as a temporary headquarters for Parker Industries.
Marvel has also black listed mutants and F4 from Marvel games. It's really so stupid.
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