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07.26.2013by: Alex Maidy

Top 10 Marvel storylines that need to be filmed

Today marks the arrival of Wolverine's classic Japan storyline hitting the big screen. Next year we will get to see The Winter Soldier and after that the debut of Ultron. Now that Marvel has established their universe and a wide array of heroes, the time has come to play in the sandbox with those classic storylines that would make our brains explode with glee. Here are ten classic Marvel storylines that need to be made into movies one way or another. If your favorite didn't make the cut, add it in the talk back below!

#10 - Kraven

While not a massive story arc in the Marvel universe, I am still baffled that Kraven has yet to make an appearance in any of the films. The Marc Webb reboot wanted to go for a more gritty and realistic tone and what could accomplish that more than a human villain hunting Spider-man through the streets of New York? The story could easily be adapted to satirize our reality television culture and would show that even without powers a villain can still be a difficult foe.

#9 - Planet Hulk

The idea of a Planet Hulk movie has already arisen a few times and has been shot down by Kevin Feige, but it would still be one hell of a movie. Between Planet Hulk and World War Hulk, you could easily tell a standalone story outside of the AVENGERS-centric continuity. Sure, you would barely see Mark Ruffalo or any human characters, but that is part of the story's appeal. Imagine JOHN CARTER but with Hulks.

#8 - Ultimates

While elements of the Ultimates story were incorporated into THE AVENGERS, there will come a time where a second team will need to arise in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With many of the Ultimates already introduced or forthcoming, there could come a time where The Avengers are too big and need to split apart, thus creating an entirely new franchise. I have heard cries for the West Coast Avengers, but with the MCU already more of an Ultimates vibe, this would be the way to go.

#7 - Annihilation

A massive outer space-set story that combines Thanos and Galactus, this may be a long shot as it would bring the Silver Surfer and Guardians of the Galaxy together. While this story could be altered to fit the Fantastic Four or even a standalone Surfer story, I would think the focus on the Guardians and Nova Corps would make this an ideal arc for a GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY sequel.

#6 - The Infinity Gauntlet

This jeweled weapon has already been glimpsed in Odin's throne room in THOR and Thanos has already been teased in THE AVENGERS, so I am going to go ahead and predict that we will be getting THE AVENGERS: THE INFINITY GAUNTLET in 2018. The only issue is the key role of the Silver Surfer which could be adjusted by Joss Whedon somehow. In either case, this weapon is a massive storyline that would be a nice way to tie up Phase Three.

#5 - Marvels

While there is almost no way for Alex Ross' artwork to be replicated on the big screen, MARVELS is a unique enough story that it would make for a damn fine film. Shifting the focus from the superheroes to the average citizens witnessing their acts of bravery, MARVELS would do something along the lines of the One Shot ITEM 47 or the upcoming AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. and take the direct focus off the heroes. What makes MARVELS different is how it traces our history through the stories of various comic characters. This would be the hardest sell in the current mode of smash 'em, bash 'em hero movies.

#4 - Secret Wars

While this story event was more of a marketing tactic to sell toys from Mattel, Secret Wars did introduce the idea of forcing the heroes and villains to face off against each other for survival. Imagine if The Avengers were transported off of Earth and forced to fight each other to survive. That could make for one batshit crazy movie where heroes become villains and vice versa. Again, it is hard to sell good guys acting bad, but this isn't meant to be warm and cuddly. This is Battleworld!

#3 - Galactus

I am going to pretend the cosmic cloud of space farts that pretended to be Galactus in RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER never happened and say we need a true Galactus movie on the big screen. Maybe if Josh Trank can pull off THE FANTASTIC FOUR reboot well we might get to see the giant purple sonofabitch on the big screen in all of his glory.

#2 - Age of Apocalypse

As we all know, Marvel exists in a multiverse where any major crossover event can be cancelled out by saying it wasn't Earth-616. While DAYS OF FUTURE PAST will be the first movie to venture into an alternate universe, Age of Apocalypse is the one that really changes everything. It may be hoping too much for this to get made, but I would settle for the X-Men to face off against Apocalypse one way or another. Can't you hear it? X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. That sounds f*cking badass!

#1 - Civil War

Damn near impossible to make without some sort of cross-studio collaboration, but a big screen version of Marvel's Civil War event would be amazing. Featuring all of the heroes taking sides on whether they should register their true identities or not, Civil War drew a line between Iron Man and Captain America that resulted in the death of Steve Rogers. Peter Parker also revealed his alter ego to the world. While a movie would forever alter the cinematic universes for all involved, it would be one hell of a ride and guaranteed box office history.

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10:52AM on 08/08/2013

Civil War? No thanks

I agree with a lot of your posts but completely disagree with the Civil War concept. While I've been debating on who would beat who when comparing super heroes since I started reading comics, and you can't beat watching your favorite super heros fight each other, proved in The Avengers, the storyline was awful for Civil War. It was an interesting concept, however they had the heroes act so far out of character. For instance, Captain America was terribly portrayed. There's just no way that
I agree with a lot of your posts but completely disagree with the Civil War concept. While I've been debating on who would beat who when comparing super heroes since I started reading comics, and you can't beat watching your favorite super heros fight each other, proved in The Avengers, the storyline was awful for Civil War. It was an interesting concept, however they had the heroes act so far out of character. For instance, Captain America was terribly portrayed. There's just no way that Cap would ever attack Iron Man when he was offered a truce to talk things over. The only time he acted in character was his initial rejection of the registration act and then at the end when he realized the toll their fighting was taking. And the idea that the X-men would sit it out, when 90% of their comics have been based on them fighting a similar act is unreal. Overall a decent post but the idea that Civil War would be #1 when it shouldn't even break the top 10 ruins the rest of your post.
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11:01AM on 08/02/2013

Maximum Carnage

I read a lot of Marvel when I was younger before I realized my preference of DC. Maximum Carnage is the one story arc that I have read a multitude of times. I would love to see it on the big screen. Only with an R-Rating though... Need to set that Carnage free!
I read a lot of Marvel when I was younger before I realized my preference of DC. Maximum Carnage is the one story arc that I have read a multitude of times. I would love to see it on the big screen. Only with an R-Rating though... Need to set that Carnage free!
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3:23AM on 08/02/2013

a little late...

To this thread, but I have been thinking since the revelations about cures and viruses in X3 that this saga is the way to steer the "X" series films:

[link]'s_Song

Xavier near death? Check. Crossover between X-series? Check. One actor for two key roles (Cable and Stryfe)? Check. Characters and material potentially tied to both the upcoming DOFP film and the planned X-Force film? Check. Immediately followed by mega showdown between magneto and Men that includes a Logan pleading with
To this thread, but I have been thinking since the revelations about cures and viruses in X3 that this saga is the way to steer the "X" series films:

[link]'s_Song

Xavier near death? Check. Crossover between X-series? Check. One actor for two key roles (Cable and Stryfe)? Check. Characters and material potentially tied to both the upcoming DOFP film and the planned X-Force film? Check. Immediately followed by mega showdown between magneto and Men that includes a Logan pleading with magneto to remove adamantium? Check. Get the point? Check.
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9:58AM on 07/28/2013
Civil War would never work. Considering that many fans complain of the "too many mutants / villains / superheros" factor of the comic book genre, the fact that this story-line deals with hundreds of Marvel characters in different story-arcs makes it a massive logistical nightmare where dozens of characters will be reduced to cameo appearances for the sake of a 120 minute (or more) film.
Civil War would never work. Considering that many fans complain of the "too many mutants / villains / superheros" factor of the comic book genre, the fact that this story-line deals with hundreds of Marvel characters in different story-arcs makes it a massive logistical nightmare where dozens of characters will be reduced to cameo appearances for the sake of a 120 minute (or more) film.
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9:24PM on 07/27/2013
I loved this story arc. So expansive and epic.
I loved this story arc. So expansive and epic.
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9:22PM on 07/27/2013
If Kraven was the only Villain in the next Spidey movie, I would not even get it on dvd let alone see it in theaters. Thumbs down me all you want but there are soo many more interesting characters. Carnage for one would be awesome, heck I would even welcome a better versian of Venom. Volture, Mysterio and Hydro-Man are better villains then Kraven the crocodile hunter.
If Kraven was the only Villain in the next Spidey movie, I would not even get it on dvd let alone see it in theaters. Thumbs down me all you want but there are soo many more interesting characters. Carnage for one would be awesome, heck I would even welcome a better versian of Venom. Volture, Mysterio and Hydro-Man are better villains then Kraven the crocodile hunter.
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1:21AM on 07/27/2013
I've always thought Kraven would be great in a Spider-Man film - and you don't even need any other villains taking up space, Just the guy going on a city-wide hunt. I say cast Gerard Butler as Kraven and get it going.
I've always thought Kraven would be great in a Spider-Man film - and you don't even need any other villains taking up space, Just the guy going on a city-wide hunt. I say cast Gerard Butler as Kraven and get it going.
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11:12PM on 07/26/2013

Nice, but other possibilites

Personal choices would be "Acts of Vengeance" because of the villains involved, and how could you not mention "The Mutant Massacre" storyline that introduces The Marauders and hints of Mister Sinister.
Personal choices would be "Acts of Vengeance" because of the villains involved, and how could you not mention "The Mutant Massacre" storyline that introduces The Marauders and hints of Mister Sinister.
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10:22PM on 07/26/2013

This list already sucks

...because you left off House of M. How dare you! And they pretty much already did Galactus and Fox fucked it up. No need to put it on this list. Planet Hulk would be dumb. And the Ultimates can't really work because they incorporated all of that into the Avengers. However, Grand Theft America crossover from the ultimate universe I think would work very well
...because you left off House of M. How dare you! And they pretty much already did Galactus and Fox fucked it up. No need to put it on this list. Planet Hulk would be dumb. And the Ultimates can't really work because they incorporated all of that into the Avengers. However, Grand Theft America crossover from the ultimate universe I think would work very well
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5:26PM on 07/26/2013

Need more horror based stuff in this article

Evil dead vs Marvel Zombies
What could be more awesome than having Bruce Campbell's ash go through an alternate dimension jump only to arrive in a super hero world as it slowly succumbs to a zombie virus. It would be almost as awesome as an encounter between Ash and Deadpool.
Evil dead vs Marvel Zombies
What could be more awesome than having Bruce Campbell's ash go through an alternate dimension jump only to arrive in a super hero world as it slowly succumbs to a zombie virus. It would be almost as awesome as an encounter between Ash and Deadpool.
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3:40PM on 07/26/2013

Uh

the Ultimates are just the Ultimate Universe Avengers, they aren't different ppl. Do you mean a second team like how there were the Avengers (lead by Cap) and the New Avengers (lead by Iron Man) as part of hte Civil War arc?
the Ultimates are just the Ultimate Universe Avengers, they aren't different ppl. Do you mean a second team like how there were the Avengers (lead by Cap) and the New Avengers (lead by Iron Man) as part of hte Civil War arc?
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3:37PM on 07/26/2013
Its funny that you mention the satire of reality tv angle as that is exactly what he is when he first appears in Ultimate Spider Man. Only later on does he get animalistic powers.
Its funny that you mention the satire of reality tv angle as that is exactly what he is when he first appears in Ultimate Spider Man. Only later on does he get animalistic powers.
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1:53PM on 07/26/2013

Kraven?

No one cares about Kraven the hunter, why is he even on this list? Everytime he came on one of the animated series I'd always shut my TV off, those episodes were sooo boring. THe only half decent appearance of Kraven was in the MTV Spidey (Micheal Dorn). I hope no one ever makes a Kraven movie and most fans of Spidey do NOT want him in a movie
No one cares about Kraven the hunter, why is he even on this list? Everytime he came on one of the animated series I'd always shut my TV off, those episodes were sooo boring. THe only half decent appearance of Kraven was in the MTV Spidey (Micheal Dorn). I hope no one ever makes a Kraven movie and most fans of Spidey do NOT want him in a movie
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9:19PM on 07/27/2013
I agree with you. Kraven is soo dull. There are soo many more Spidey villains that are ten times more interesting. Carnage, a real Venom, Hyrdo Man, Hobgoblin, Shocker, Mysterio, Volture. etc.
I agree with you. Kraven is soo dull. There are soo many more Spidey villains that are ten times more interesting. Carnage, a real Venom, Hyrdo Man, Hobgoblin, Shocker, Mysterio, Volture. etc.
1:09PM on 07/26/2013
JLA/Avengers would be my pick, even though it favors the DC universe over Marvel.
JLA/Avengers would be my pick, even though it favors the DC universe over Marvel.
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5:50PM on 07/26/2013
In which iteration? They've crossed over quite a few times, with mixed results.
In which iteration? They've crossed over quite a few times, with mixed results.
1:02PM on 07/26/2013
Isn't the problem with CIVIL WAR that the MCU heroes all basically don't have secret identities? That universe knows that Tony Stark is Iron Man, with this change, what's the point??
Isn't the problem with CIVIL WAR that the MCU heroes all basically don't have secret identities? That universe knows that Tony Stark is Iron Man, with this change, what's the point??
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5:49PM on 07/26/2013
Firefly got it.
Firefly got it.
3:03PM on 07/26/2013
Everyone knows who IronMan is at the time of Civil War as well, that's the point.

Stark is on the side of the government which wants all superheroes to register their identities.

Cap sees it as an infringement of Civil rights, which is why he apposed the bill.
Everyone knows who IronMan is at the time of Civil War as well, that's the point.

Stark is on the side of the government which wants all superheroes to register their identities.

Cap sees it as an infringement of Civil rights, which is why he apposed the bill.
10:51AM on 07/26/2013

Oy Vey...

@Netforce...I was the exact opposite on SW or SW II. They were both groaners and again just a way for folks to sell toys. At the time, "Crisis on Infinite Earths" was well underway from DC and by far the better of the two.
@Netforce...I was the exact opposite on SW or SW II. They were both groaners and again just a way for folks to sell toys. At the time, "Crisis on Infinite Earths" was well underway from DC and by far the better of the two.
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10:38AM on 07/26/2013
Civil War would be awesome, but what about Marvel Zombies?
Civil War would be awesome, but what about Marvel Zombies?
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10:35AM on 07/26/2013
At this point, if Kraven was going to be introduced, it should have been with the Lizard. Otherwise, he's a very boring villain who would need to be secondary to whoever is the main villain.
At this point, if Kraven was going to be introduced, it should have been with the Lizard. Otherwise, he's a very boring villain who would need to be secondary to whoever is the main villain.
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9:16AM on 07/26/2013
Great list. Kind of curious why the Phoenix Saga never made the list. And don't say because they did it in X3, b/c that was not the Phoenix Saga.
Great list. Kind of curious why the Phoenix Saga never made the list. And don't say because they did it in X3, b/c that was not the Phoenix Saga.
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8:55AM on 07/26/2013
Civil War or Secret Wars would be cool - loved reading them both, but both rely on having all of Marvel's characters (heroes & villains) established and on board. Secret Wars is a fairly childish story, but if they wanted a film geared toward their younger audience, it'd be great. You really cant do it without the Avengers, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spidey all under one studio's control. You also need Doctor Doom, Ultron, Galactus, and a ton of other villains already set up to make it work.
Civil War or Secret Wars would be cool - loved reading them both, but both rely on having all of Marvel's characters (heroes & villains) established and on board. Secret Wars is a fairly childish story, but if they wanted a film geared toward their younger audience, it'd be great. You really cant do it without the Avengers, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spidey all under one studio's control. You also need Doctor Doom, Ultron, Galactus, and a ton of other villains already set up to make it work. Spidey needs to be pre-Venom encounter also, so honestly I don't think we'll ever get a worthy adaptation of Secret Wars, but they could try to do something similar.
Civil War, much more geared toward an adult audience - there's politics, betrayal, and it turns the Marvel universe on its head. In some ways it would be easier to tell a version of that story (again we'll never get a straight-up adaptation with all the original characters on board) than to do Secret Wars, because its themes would lend it greater credibility. I'd love to watch either, done well, but I'm not gonna hold my breath.
My prediction: one day we'll get something a bit like Civil War from Marvel's movies, but expect numerous changes and a bunch of recasting before we get there.
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5:48PM on 07/26/2013
An animated Secret Wars would work. Especially if they did it into a series.
An animated Secret Wars would work. Especially if they did it into a series.
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8:25AM on 07/26/2013

Ultimates

The only problem with doing the ultimates is that thy are the Avengers..in the ultimate universe. Granted, some of the Ultimate story lines, namely volumes one and two, would make for a great movie.
The only problem with doing the ultimates is that thy are the Avengers..in the ultimate universe. Granted, some of the Ultimate story lines, namely volumes one and two, would make for a great movie.
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7:29AM on 07/26/2013
I like the idea, problem is the companies that own the rights to a lot of the marvel characters will never give up those rights. Movie companies really don't care about what the people want, as long as they are making million/billions they are happy. Never will Sony give up the rights to Spider-Man or even share profit from a spider-man crossover with other characters. Greed runs Hollywood.
I like the idea, problem is the companies that own the rights to a lot of the marvel characters will never give up those rights. Movie companies really don't care about what the people want, as long as they are making million/billions they are happy. Never will Sony give up the rights to Spider-Man or even share profit from a spider-man crossover with other characters. Greed runs Hollywood.
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7:26AM on 07/26/2013

I love all these but...

I love all of these but... I'd like to see an Old Man Logan movie. 5 or so years, Hugh Jackman will be the perfect age for it.
I love all of these but... I'd like to see an Old Man Logan movie. 5 or so years, Hugh Jackman will be the perfect age for it.
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4:45PM on 07/26/2013
You beat me to it...

I TOTALLY agree!!!
You beat me to it...

I TOTALLY agree!!!
6:49AM on 07/26/2013

How To Do Civil War On Screen

You film 2 or 3 full-length 150 minute scripts with intertwining story. You somehow write each script so that they're happening simultaneously, but covering different stuff. That doesn't mean Iron Man is in one but not the other. It means their presence shifts depending on the part of the story being covered. Then audiences can just go to whichever one they want, but they'd have to see both or all three to get the full story. THEN, there's a 3rd or 4th follow up film that re-focuses the story
You film 2 or 3 full-length 150 minute scripts with intertwining story. You somehow write each script so that they're happening simultaneously, but covering different stuff. That doesn't mean Iron Man is in one but not the other. It means their presence shifts depending on the part of the story being covered. Then audiences can just go to whichever one they want, but they'd have to see both or all three to get the full story. THEN, there's a 3rd or 4th follow up film that re-focuses the story and wraps it up. It'd cost like $500 million and a logistical nightmare, but it'd be AMAZING!
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6:37AM on 07/26/2013

We're not all Marvel experts...

So this will be a bit of a gripe, sorry..., but you provide no information on, for example, what "Planet Hulk" *is*. How can we agree or disagree on whether it's worth filming? Etc for every one of these...
So this will be a bit of a gripe, sorry..., but you provide no information on, for example, what "Planet Hulk" *is*. How can we agree or disagree on whether it's worth filming? Etc for every one of these...
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12:45PM on 07/26/2013
Or, here's an idea, in the article could be a 1 sentence description.
Or, here's an idea, in the article could be a 1 sentence description.
8:28AM on 07/26/2013
Check out the animated Planet Hulk movie, you'll get the idea.
Check out the animated Planet Hulk movie, you'll get the idea.
7:12AM on 07/26/2013
I'd suggest reading a synopsis or plot recap online somewhere. Marvel's Online Wiki would be a good place to start
I'd suggest reading a synopsis or plot recap online somewhere. Marvel's Online Wiki would be a good place to start
6:28AM on 07/26/2013
I only agree with Gauntlet and Last Hunt and maybe Secret Wars, everything else would be just a mess. I'd add Mutant Massacre and the Onslaught storyline. Onslaught would be a good reason to bring the Avengers and X-men together.
I only agree with Gauntlet and Last Hunt and maybe Secret Wars, everything else would be just a mess. I'd add Mutant Massacre and the Onslaught storyline. Onslaught would be a good reason to bring the Avengers and X-men together.
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5:35AM on 07/26/2013

this is why i am a dc fan

Dc has the far better stories, the only marvel i really care about is xmen, daredevil, punisher and some spider-man. Tbh that was a pretty bad list, id like to see daredevil:man without fear, marvel zombies and some punisher war journal on the big screen. Do a top ten dc they have a far bigger more vast collection of stories that would be amazing to bring to the screen, jsa tower of bable would easily best any marvel story, the long Halloween/dark victory would be an amazing batman story to
Dc has the far better stories, the only marvel i really care about is xmen, daredevil, punisher and some spider-man. Tbh that was a pretty bad list, id like to see daredevil:man without fear, marvel zombies and some punisher war journal on the big screen. Do a top ten dc they have a far bigger more vast collection of stories that would be amazing to bring to the screen, jsa tower of bable would easily best any marvel story, the long Halloween/dark victory would be an amazing batman story to tell.
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8:08AM on 07/26/2013
That's only ten of dozens and dozens of incredible Marvel stories. Didn't even touch story arc's about the Mutant Virus, Phoenix, and Old Man Logan.
That's only ten of dozens and dozens of incredible Marvel stories. Didn't even touch story arc's about the Mutant Virus, Phoenix, and Old Man Logan.
4:49AM on 07/26/2013
Who knows. Maybe Phase 3 will actually be Civil War.
Who knows. Maybe Phase 3 will actually be Civil War.
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9:53AM on 07/26/2013
But at the very least Marvel still have Captain America and Iron Man.
But at the very least Marvel still have Captain America and Iron Man.
9:53AM on 07/26/2013
Too much of the Civil War revolves around Peter Parker, Reed Richards, and Wolverine for it to happen.
Too much of the Civil War revolves around Peter Parker, Reed Richards, and Wolverine for it to happen.
4:47AM on 07/26/2013
The closest we'll ever get to see Galactus is Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and that's just a floating galactic ashes. I hope there'd be a tiny hint of Galactus in The Avengers 2.
The closest we'll ever get to see Galactus is Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and that's just a floating galactic ashes. I hope there'd be a tiny hint of Galactus in The Avengers 2.
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4:46AM on 07/26/2013
Oh man, when I was a kid, I LOVE this story!
Oh man, when I was a kid, I LOVE this story!
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4:45AM on 07/26/2013
I actually think the upcoming The Avengers 2 and The Guardians of the Galaxy would lead up to The Infinity Gauntlet storyline.
I actually think the upcoming The Avengers 2 and The Guardians of the Galaxy would lead up to The Infinity Gauntlet storyline.
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4:12AM on 07/26/2013
POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING HERE....

....if I am to believe what TWO friends of mine, who have been working on the new X-Men movie for a couple of months now, told me is true, well the end of Days Of Future Past is supposed to be set-up to open the door to Age Of Apocalypse. Not saying it's a done deal set in stone, or that the info I got is in fact to be true, but it is what I have been told.
If I may add, these friends of mine did tell me about the sentinels and Quicksilver about 2 months
POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING HERE....

....if I am to believe what TWO friends of mine, who have been working on the new X-Men movie for a couple of months now, told me is true, well the end of Days Of Future Past is supposed to be set-up to open the door to Age Of Apocalypse. Not saying it's a done deal set in stone, or that the info I got is in fact to be true, but it is what I have been told.
If I may add, these friends of mine did tell me about the sentinels and Quicksilver about 2 months before they were announced. I know of 2 or 3 other characters that have yet to be revealed too, and they have a STRONG link to Apocalypse.
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4:03AM on 07/26/2013
For some reason I think this particular idea would work best if it were an animated movie. Is it just me??
For some reason I think this particular idea would work best if it were an animated movie. Is it just me??
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3:42AM on 07/26/2013

AvX

Avengers Vs. X-Men.
(I know, I know, different studios, etc.)

With Annihilation and Civil War mentioned, it would be pretty neat to start with House Of M, do Annihilation & Civil War, followed by Secret Invasion, and then two of my favorite story arcs, War Of Kings & Realm Of Kings, and finish off with The Thanos Imperative.

Also, it would be nice to see the Kree-Skrull War.
Avengers Vs. X-Men.
(I know, I know, different studios, etc.)

With Annihilation and Civil War mentioned, it would be pretty neat to start with House Of M, do Annihilation & Civil War, followed by Secret Invasion, and then two of my favorite story arcs, War Of Kings & Realm Of Kings, and finish off with The Thanos Imperative.

Also, it would be nice to see the Kree-Skrull War.
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